OHSU

Richard J. Crilly, PhD

rcrillyStaff Title:

Clinical Associate Professor/OHSU
Adjunct Assistant Professor/Wayne State University - Detroit

Department:

Radiation Medicine

Specialty:

Therapeutic Radiation Physics

Degrees:

Ph.D., Medical Physics (CAMPEP), Wayne State University, 1995 Dissertation: "Development of the Forward-Adjoint Fluorescence Model with Applications for Fiber Optic Detection Systems"
M.Sc., Biophysics, University of Alberta (Edmonton), 1987
B.Sc., Physics, University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon) 1979

Professional Affiliations:

American Association of Medical Physicists (AAPM)
American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO)
Task Group No. 148 QA for Helical Tomotherapy
Special Brachytherapy Modalities Working Group (AAPM)

Certifications:

American Board of Medical Physics Certification (Radiotherapy)
American Board of Radiology Letter of Equivalency (Radiation Oncology)
Recognized as a Radiation Safety Officer by NRC and State of Oregon

Research Interest:

Application of rotationally based IMRT
Application of brachytherapy
Practical uses of super saturated gas solutions

Journal Affiliations:

Lasers in Medicine and Biology
Radiation Oncology Investigations
Journal of Biomedical Optics
Medical Physics (Guest Editor)

Selected Past Publications:

Katja M. Langen, Niko Papanikolaou, John Balog,Richard Crilly, David Followill, S. Murty Goddu,Walter Grant III, Gustavo Olivera, Chester R. Ramsey, Chengyu Shi, “QA for Helical Tomotherapy: Report of the AAPM Task Group 148”, Medical Physics (in Review)

Balog J, Lucus D, Desouza C, Crilly RJ, “Helical Tomotherapy Radiation Leakage and Shielding Considerations” Medical Physics, V32, p. 710-720, 2005

Spears JR, Henney C, Prcevski P, Xu R, Li L, Brereton GJ, DiCarli M, Spanta A, Crilly R, Sulaiman AM, Hadeed S, Lavine S, Patterson WR, Creech J, Vander Heide R., “Aqueous oxygen hyperbaric reperfusion in a porcine model of myocardial infarction” J Invasive Cardiol. 2002 Apr;14(4):160-6

Brereton GJ, Crilly RJ, Spears JR, “Nucleation in Small Capillary Tubes”, Chemical Physics, V230, p. 253-265, 1998

Lucas EL, Middleton JD, Coscia RL, Meredith JW, Crilly RJ, Pingyang Y, Ledgerwood AM, Vlahos A, Hernandez E “Simulation Program for Optimal Orthopedic Call: A Modeling System for Orthopedic Surgical Trauma Call” The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection and Critical Care V44, # 4, p. 687, 1998

Glazier JJ, Jiang AJ, Crilly RJ, Spears JR “Laser Balloon Angioplasty Combined with Local Intracoronary Heparin Therapy: Immediate and Short Term Follow-up Results” American Heart Journal, V134, # 2 part1, p. 266, 1997

Crilly RJ, Cheong W-F, Wilson B, Spears JR, “Forward-Adjoint Fluorescence Model: Monte Carlo Integration and Experimental Validation” Applied Optics: Optical Technology, V36 # 25, p. 6513, September 1997

Spears JR, Wang B, Xu X, Prevski P, Jiang AJ, Spanta A, Crilly R, Brereton GJ. “Aqueous Oxygen: a Highly O2-Supersaturated Infusate for Regional Correction of Hypoxemia and Production of Hyperoxyemia.” Circulation, V96, # 12, p. 4385-4391, 1997

Webber J, Luo V., Crilly RJ, Fromm D, Kessel D., “An Apoptotic Response to Photodynamic Therapy with Endogenous Protoporphyrin In Vivo” Photochem Photobiol B: Biology, 1996 Sep;35(3):209-11

Spears JR, Syed JR, Ali M, Raza SJ, Iyer GS, Ravi S, Crilly RJ, Fromm B, Cheong WF. "Quantitative Angioscopy: A Novel Method for Measurement of Luminal Dimensions by Use of a "Lightwire" Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol, V17 # 14, p. 197, July-Aug. 1994

Crilly RJ, Cheong WF, Wilson B. Spears JR., "Application of the Adjoint Method to Monte Carlo Studies of Fluorescent Quantification in Turbid Media" Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 2135, p. 82, Advances in Laser and Light Spectroscopy to Diagnose Cancer and Other Diseases, Jan. 1994. (Paper included in “Selected Papers on Optical Tomography” Vol MS 147, June 1998)

Cheong WF, Narciso HL, Ali M, Iyer G, Raza SJ, Crilly RJ, Spears JR. "Retention of Tin Ethyl Etiopurpurin [SnEt2] by Atheromatic Plaque, Studies in Vitro and in Vivo Rabbit” Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 2130, p. 30-41, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Cardiovascular Intervention IV, Jan. 1994.

Invited Professional Presentations:

Part I – “Basic Radiation Therapy”
Part II – “Advantages of Tomotherapy and Brachytherapy”
South Dakota Assoc. of Nurse Anesthetist, Annual Education Conference Rapid City, SD, May 2005

Part I - “RPC accreditation with Tomotherapy”
Part II - “Acute results for Tomotheraputic Prostate Treatment “
Tomotherapy Users Meeting Peachtree Center, Atlanta, GA, October 2004

“Invitation for innovative collaborative research in Tomotherapy” Biomedical Research Forum - Hosted by the University of South Dakota School of Medicine, the Western Research Alliance, and the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
Surbeck Center Ballroom, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City SD, April 2004

“Tomotherapy: Integrating Radiation Treatment Planning, Delivery and Verification in One System”
Surgical Technologists State Spring Seminar – South Dakota Association of Surgical Technologists State Assembly, Rapid City Regional Hospital, Rapid City SD, April 2004

“Intravascular Brachytherapy – Cardiovascular Perspectives”
Fall/Winter Meeting of Great Lakes Chapter of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (GLCAAPM), Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, December 1999

“Intravascular Brachytherapy – A View from Cardiovascular Medical Physics”
Medical Physics Grand Rounds, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI, November 1998

“Intravascular Radiotherapy - Treatment Protocols and Dosimetry”
Annual Conference of American Association of Medical Dosimetists, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, June 1997

Patents:

Patient Number: 5,046,501 (Lapsed)
Assignee: Wayne State University
Date of Patient: Sept. 10/1991
Description: Atherosclerotic Identification via Fluorescent Spectroscopy using the Optimum Excitation Wavelengths.

Patent No. 5,693,017
European Patent No. 96917872.2-2305 (Date 06.02.98)
Assignee: Wayne State University (Presently under commercial development by TherOx Inc.)
Co-authors Spears JR
Date of Patient: 12/2/97
Description Apparatus and method of delivery of solutions during clinical procedures

Patent No. 6,241,802
Assignee: Wayne State University (Presently under commercial development by TherOx Inc.)
Co-authors: Spears, JR
Date of Patent: 6/5/2001
Description: System and Method for Delivery of Gas-Supersaturated Fluids
Submitted April 1997

Patent No. 6,315,942
Assignee: Wayne State University (Presently under commercial development by TherOx Inc.)
Co-authors: Spears, JR
Date of Patent: 11/13/2001
Description: System and Method for Delivery of Gas-Supersaturated Fluids
Submitted April 1997

Patent No. 7008535
Assignee: Wayne State University, TherOx Inc., DynamOx Inc.
Co-authors: Spears JR, Rydman R, Gessert J., Myrick S
Date of Patent: 3/7/2006
Description: Apparatus for Oxygenating Wastewater
Submitted 8/4/2000

Patent No. 7294278
Assignee: Wayne State University, TherOx Inc., DynamOx Inc.
Co-authors: Spears JR, Rydman R, Gessert J., Myrick S
Date of Patent: 11/13/2007
Description: Method for Oxygenating Wastewater
Submitted 11/4/2005

International patent application PCT/US01/24308
Assignee: Wayne State University (Presently under commercial development by TherOx Inc.)
Co-authors: Spears, JR
Description: Apparatus and Method for Oxygenating Wastewater
Entered the European Regional and National Phases 9/1/2003