Dr. Richard Tuli graduated from the Jefferson Medical College. He did his internship at the Abington Memorial Hospital and completed his residency program at the Johns Hopkins University. He is specialized in Radiation Oncology and also board certified in Radiation Oncology. Dr. Tuli has been in practice for more than 6 years and is affiliated with the Cedar-Sinai Medical Center. During his career, he has also contributed to 14 research publications.
Jefferson Medical College
Abington Memorial Hospital
Johns Hopkins University
American Board of Radiology - Radiation Oncology
Nonlocal Means Denoising of Self-Gated and k-Space Sorted 4-Dimensional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Block-Matching and 3-Dimensional Filtering: Implications for Pancreatic Tumor Registration and Segmentation.
Jin, J.,McKenzie, E.,Fan, Z.,Tuli, R.,Deng, Z.,Pang, J.,Fraass, B.,Li, D.,Sandler, H.,Yang, G.,Sheng, K.,Gou, S.,Yang, W.; Int. J. Radiat. Oncol. Biol. Phys.. 2016 Jun 16.See more >>
Four-dimensional MRI using three-dimensional radial sampling with respiratory self-gating to characterize temporal phase-resolved respiratory motion in the abdomen.
Deng, Z.,Pang, J.,Yang, W.,Yue, Y.,Sharif, B.,Tuli, R.,Li, D.,Fraass, B.,Fan, Z.; Magn Reson Med. 2015 May 20.See more >>
Impact of margin status and lymphadenectomy on clinical outcomes in resected pancreatic adenocarcinoma: implications for adjuvant radiotherapy.
Osipov, A.,Naziri, J.,Hendifar, A.,Dhall, D.,Rutgers, J. K.,Chopra, S.,Li, Q.,Tighiouart, M.,Annamalai, A.,Nissen, N. N.,Tuli, R.; J Gastrointest Oncol. 2016 Apr 02.See more >>