Dr. Schueckler completed his undergraduate degree in Chemistry at Canisius College in 2004. He completed his Master's Degree in Natural Science and Oncology at the State University of New York College at Buffalo in 2006 which had a focus in Cancer Immunology and thesis entitled Whole Body Hyperthermia Increases Tumor Vasculature Perfusion in CT26 Tumor Bearing. He was published for his work at Roswell Park in Cancer Research with the article entitled "Mild Systemic Hyperthermia Increases the Fraction of Perfused Tumor Blood Vessels Decreases Intratumoral Interstitial Fluid Pressure and Hypoxia and Enhances Tumor Response to Radiation." Dr. Schueckler graduated from Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010 during which he was awarded the Roswell Park Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship. In 2013, he completed his Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the University of Rochester Medical Center. For his residency research project, he focused on EMS Education and was presented the Residency Research Award for outstanding residency research project. He is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and is currently a member of the Division of Pre-Hospital Medicine within the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center. His areas of interest include EMS Education, Fire Ground Operations, and Specialty Care Transport.
Cancer Research, Volume 71, Number 11, 2011
Mild Systemic Hyperthermia Increases the Fraction of Perfused Tumor Blood Vessels Decreases Intratumoral Interstitial Fluid Pressure and Hypoxia and Enhances Tumor Response to Radiation. Arindam Sen, Maegan Capitano, John Schueckler, Seneca Thomas, Bonnie Hylander, Joseph Spernyak and Elizabeth A. Repasky