Kassis is Professor of Radiology (Emeritus) at Harvard Medical School in Boston.
Professor Kassis received his doctorate from McGill University. Since joining Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in 1978, Professor Kassis has directed multidisciplinary projects aimed at devising unique cancer radiotherapeutics and developing novel noninvasive technologies for the detection of occult tumors and other diseases (>100 issued and pending US/World patents, including the SNEP Technology).
Professor Kassis has held various positions including Director of the Radiobiology and Experimental Radionuclide Therapy Section at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Director of the Laboratory for Radionuclide Gynecologic Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and the Presidency of the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine. He has received numerous awards, including the prestigious Loevinger-Berman Award, the President’s Award by the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine and the TAKREEM AWARD (Laureate for Scientific and Technological Achievement).