Dr. Julia Khriguian is an advanced radiation oncology fellow specializing in head and neck and central nervous system cancers at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. She completed her medical school and residency in radiation oncology at McGill University, and is certified by the Royal College of Physicians of Canada in Radiation Oncology. She has been collaborating with the Kildealab since 2021 as a clinical member on multiple projects including prediction models for head and neck radiotherapy replanning as well as radiomics-based machine learning models and natural language processing pipelines for painful bone metastases.
Her primary research interests are focused on treatment de-escalation and response-adaptive therapy for head and neck cancers using imaging and biologic markers. Additionally, she is interested in quality improvement through workflow optimization in the head and neck clinic as well as development of clinical decision tools.
Radiation Oncology Fellowship, 2022-present
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Radiation Oncology Residency, 2022