Thoracic Oncology at Boston Medical Center

Center for Thoracic Oncology

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Boston Medical Center
Moakley Building
830 Harrison Avenue, Suite 3400
Boston, MA 02118

Hours: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Phone: 617.638.5600
Fax: 617.638.7382
 

Gustavo A. Mercier, Jr., MD

Attending Physician, Department of Radiology

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Boston University School of Medicine

Special Interests
Oncology imaging

Education and Training
Publications

Education and Training

College
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Chemistry

Medical School
Mount Sinai School of Medicine of CUNY, NY, NY

Residency
Diagnostic Radiology, The New York Hospital, Cornell University Medical College, NY, NY

Fellowship
Nuclear Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Board Certifications
American Board of Radiology
American Board of Nuclear Medicine
Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology

Publications

Mercier, G.A., Dijkman, J.P., Osman, R., and Weinstein, H. Effects of Macromolecular Environments on Proton Transfer Processes: The Calculation of Polarization. In: Quantum Chemistry - Basic Aspects, Actual Trends, Proceedings of an International Workshop on Quantum Chemistry, Girona, Spain, 13-18 June 1988. Edited by R. Carbo, Studies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, vol. 62. Elsevier Science Pub., Amsterdam, 1989, pp. 577-596.

Mercier, Jr. G.A., On the Molecular Spin Density and the Electrostatic Potential as Determinants of the Relaxivity of Metalloporphyrins. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1995; 13:807-817.

Mercier, Jr. G.A., Enhancing the Relaxivity ofo Paramagnetic Coordination Complexes Through the Optimization of the Molecular Electrostatic Potential. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1998; 16:811-828.

Bryant, Jr. L. H., and Mercier, Jr. G.A., Relaxometric Investigation of Functional Group Placement on MnTPP Derivatives Supports the Role of the Molecular Electrostatic Potential Maps as a Tool to Design New Metalloporphyrins with Larger Relaxivities. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2001;2:140-147.

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Boston Medical Center
Center for Thoracic Oncology
Moakley Building
830 Harrison Avenue, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02118

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