Cornelius Anthony Tobias

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University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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radiobiology
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https://books.google.com/books?id=9FusyKhanxsC Dr. Tobias started his research work at the Radiation Laboratory in 1940 , under the direction of Professor Alvarez ( on the theoretically - expected radioactive decay of the neutron ) , but just after the apparatus had been set up , the experiment ( on the 37 " cyclotron ) had to be stopped ( in 1942 ) in order to use that instrument for the separation of uranium isotopes ( the first important war - research at Berkeley ) . As stated in Chapter XVI , he eventually received the Ph.D. degree in 1942 , with a thesis under the direction of Professor Lawrence entitled " High Energy Carbon Nuclei . " This work was done on the 60 " cyclotron .
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Luis W. Alvarez grad student 1942 UC Berkeley
Ernest O. Lawrence grad student 1942 UC Berkeley
Emilio Segrè grad student 1942 UC Berkeley

Children

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Melvin P. Klein research assistant 1942 UC Berkeley
Robert K. Mortimer grad student 1953 UC Berkeley (Chemistry Tree)
Fred Sherman grad student 1958 UC Berkeley (Chemistry Tree)
Robert M. Glaeser grad student 1964 UC Berkeley (Chemistry Tree)
Paul W. Todd grad student 1964 UC Berkeley
Paul Harris O'Lague grad student 1969 UC Berkeley (Cell Biology Tree)
Alan C. Nelson grad student 1980 UC Berkeley
Henry John Burki post-doc 1968-1969 UC Berkeley (Chemistry Tree)
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Goodwin EH, Blakely EA, Tobias CA. (1994) Chromosomal damage and repair in G1-phase Chinese hamster ovary cells exposed to charged-particle beams. Radiation Research. 138: 343-51
Chang PY, Tobias CA, Blakely EA. (1992) Protein synthesis modulates the biological effectiveness of the combined action of hyperthermia and high-LET radiation. Radiation Research. 129: 272-80
Levy RP, Fabrikant JI, Frankel KA, et al. (1991) Heavy-charged-particle radiosurgery of the pituitary gland: clinical results of 840 patients. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery. 57: 22-35
Llacer J, Schmidt JB, Tobias CA. (1990) Characterization of fragmented heavy-ion beams using a three-stage telescope detector: detector configuration and instrumentation. Medical Physics. 17: 158-62
Llacer J, Schmidt JB, Tobias CA. (1990) Characterization of fragmented heavy-ion beams using a three-stage telescope detector: measurements of 670-MeV/amu 20Ne beams. Medical Physics. 17: 151-7
Goodwin E, Blakely E, Ivery G, et al. (1989) Repair and misrepair of heavy-ion-induced chromosomal damage Advances in Space Research. 9: 83-89
Blakely E, Chang P, Lommel L, et al. (1989) Cell-cycle radiation response: Role of intracellular factors Advances in Space Research. 9: 177-186
Yang TC, Craise LM, Mei MT, et al. (1989) Neoplastic cell transformation by high-LET radiation: molecular mechanisms. Advances in Space Research : the Official Journal of the Committee On Space Research (Cospar). 9: 131-40
Yang TC, Stampfer MR, Tobias CA. (1989) Radiation studies on sensitivity and repair of human mammary epithelial cells. International Journal of Radiation Biology. 56: 605-9
Ngo FQ, Blakely EA, Tobias CA, et al. (1988) Sequential exposures of mammalian cells to low- and high-LET radiations. II. As a function of cell-cycle stages. Radiation Research. 115: 54-69
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