Mark V Dinsmore

age ~46

from Westford, MA

Also known as:
  • Mark Dinsmore
  • Mark Dinamore
  • Mark Greenslade
3 Farmers Way, Graniteville, MA 018869786920869

Mark Dinsmore Phones & Addresses

  • 3 Farmers Way, Westford, MA 01886 • 9786920869
  • 337 Tyngsboro Rd, Dracut, MA 01826 • 9784552196
  • 25 Brunswick St, Lowell, MA 01852 • 9784531711 • 9784533184 • 9784537181
  • Tyngsboro, MA

Work

  • Company:
    L'etoile du nord kennels
    Jul 2010 to Sep 2013
  • Position:
    Breeder

Industries

Farming

Resumes

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Breeder At L'etoile Du Nord Kennels

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Position:
Breeder at L'Etoile du Nord Kennels
Location:
Sykeston, North Dakota
Industry:
Farming
Work:
L'Etoile du Nord Kennels since Jul 2010
Breeder

Lawyers & Attorneys

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Mark Dinsmore - Lawyer

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Address:
11 South Meridian Street\N
Phone:
3172317488 (Phone)
Work:
Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Partner
Specialties:
Business Law
Real Estate Law
Construction Law
General Civil
Litigation
Jurisdiction:
Indiana
Law School:
University of Toledo
Memberships:
Indiana State Bar

Us Patents

  • Optically Driven Therapeutic Radiation Source

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  • US Patent:
    6480568, Nov 12, 2002
  • Filed:
    Jun 19, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/884561
  • Inventors:
    Mark Dinsmore - Sudbury MA
  • Assignee:
    Photoelectron Corporation - North Billerica MA
  • International Classification:
    A61N 510
  • US Classification:
    378 65, 378136
  • Abstract:
    A miniaturized, optically driven therapeutic radiation source operates at significantly reduced power levels. The apparatus includes a laser-driven thermionic cathode, a target element, a probe assembly, and a laser source. The probe assembly includes an optical delivery structure, such as a fiber optic cable, that directs a laser beam from the laser source to impinge upon a surface of the thermionic cathode, heating the surface to a temperature sufficient to cause thermionic emission of electrons. The emitted electrons form an electron beam along a beam path. The target element is positioned in the beam path, and includes means for emitting therapeutic radiation, such as x-rays, in response to incident accelerated electrons from the electron beam. Reflector elements may be included to reflect unabsorbed laser radiation back to the thermionic cathode.
  • Catheter With Inflatable Balloon Assembly And Optically Activated X-Ray Source

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  • US Patent:
    20060126789, Jun 15, 2006
  • Filed:
    Dec 10, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    11/009911
  • Inventors:
    Mark Dinsmore - Sudbury MA,
    Thomas Engel - Erfart,
  • International Classification:
    H01J 35/32
    H01J 35/00
    H01J 35/22
    H05G 2/00
    G21G 4/00
  • US Classification:
    378121000, 378119000
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus delivers x-rays to at least a portion of an interior surface of a body cavity. The apparatus includes a flexible catheter, at least one balloon or inflatable element affixed to the catheter, one or more flexible probe assemblies, an x-ray generator assembly coupled to the distal end of each probe assembly, and a power supply means. The flexible catheter includes one or more interior channels, and each flexible probe assembly is slidably positionable within a respective interior channel of the catheter. Each balloon, when inflated, defines a predetermined surface contour disposed about an interior region of a body cavity. Each flexible probe includes a transmission path for transmitting activating energy, and may be an optical fiber for transmitting optical energy. The x-ray generator assembly includes an electron source and a target element. The electron source emits electrons in response to activating optical energy transmitted through the transmission path. The target element generates electrons in accordance with a desired radiation profile, in response to electrons impinging thereon.
  • Method For Treating Brain Tumors

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  • US Patent:
    55286526, Jun 18, 1996
  • Filed:
    Aug 5, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/284841
  • Inventors:
    Donald O. Smith - Lexington MA
    Mark T. Dinsmore - Sudbury MA
  • Assignee:
    Photoelectron Corporation - Waltham MA
  • International Classification:
    G21K 500
  • US Classification:
    378 65
  • Abstract:
    A method of treating brain tumors in a patient, comprising the steps of: identifying and locating a brain tumor in vivo; implanting at least a portion of an adjustable x-ray source in the patient proximate to the tumor, where the x-ray source generates an electron beam along a path on or slightly offset from a central axis to an x-ray emitting target element; and controlling the x-ray source to generate an x-ray pattern to selectively irradiate the tumor. Also disclosed is a method and apparatus for detecting certain x-ray photons generated by the x-ray source and propagating back on a path which is along or slightly off-set from the central axis of the implanted radiation source.
  • X-Ray Source With Improved Beam Steering

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  • US Patent:
    54426782, Aug 15, 1995
  • Filed:
    Jan 21, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/184021
  • Inventors:
    Mark T. Dinsmore - Sudbury MA
    Donald O. Smith - Lexington MA
  • Assignee:
    Photoelectron Corporation - Waltham MA
  • International Classification:
    A61N 510
  • US Classification:
    378137
  • Abstract:
    This invention is directed to an x-ray source comprising a housing, an elongated tubular probe, a target assembly, and a beam steering assembly. The housing encloses an electron beam source, and has elements for generating an electron beam along a beam path. The elongated tubular probe extends along a central axis from the housing about the beam path. The target assembly extends along the central axis and is adapted for coupling to the end of the probe distal form the housing. The target assembly includes a target element positioned along the beam path, wherein the target element is adapted to emit x-rays in a predetermined spectral range in response to incident electrons. The beam steering assembly includes a deflection element, a feedback network, and a deflection controller. The deflection element deflects the beam from a nominal axis to a selected surface region on the target element in response to a deflection control signal. The feedback network includes deflection sensing elements for sensing the deflection of the beam and elements for generating a feedback signal representative thereof.
  • Electron Beam Multistage Accelerator

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  • US Patent:
    61119326, Aug 29, 2000
  • Filed:
    Dec 14, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/211144
  • Inventors:
    Mark Dinsmore - Sudbury MA
  • Assignee:
    Photoelectron Corporation - Lexington MA
  • International Classification:
    H01J 3506
  • US Classification:
    378136
  • Abstract:
    A modular multistage accelerator (102) for use in an X-ray treatment system includes a first 10 kV acceleration stage (120) which houses an electron beam gun supplied with -50 kV of voltage. The modular multi-stage accelerator includes four additional 10 kV stages (112,114,116,118) placed in series with the first stage to achieve a 50 kV accelerator overall. Each stage is shielded (190) to prevent stray electrons from being propagated along the length of the drift tube. The triple point within each modular stage is recessed to significantly reduce the emission of stray electrons within each stage. Additionally, the beam current at the X-ray emitting probe of the X-ray source is measured by isolating the beam current to a beam current measuring circuit (220) in electrical connection with a nulling junction node, wherein other currents within the circuit are nulled at the nulling junction node and the beam current flows to the beam current measuring circuit.
  • Miniature X-Ray Source With Flexible Probe

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  • US Patent:
    6195411, Feb 27, 2001
  • Filed:
    May 13, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/311792
  • Inventors:
    Mark Dinsmore - Sudbury MA
  • Assignee:
    Photoelectron Corporation - Lexington MA
  • International Classification:
    H01J 3506
  • US Classification:
    378 65
  • Abstract:
    This invention is directed to a radiation source comprising a power supply, a flexible fiber optic cable assembly, a light source, and a target assembly. The power supply includes a first terminal and a second terminal, and elements for establishing an output voltage between the first terminal and the second terminal. The flexible fiber optical cable assembly has an originating end and a terminating end, and includes a fiber optical element extending from the originating end to the terminating end. The cable is adapted for transmitting light incident on the originating end to the terminating end. The light source includes elements for generating a beam of light at and directed to the originating end of the fiber optical cable assembly. The target assembly is affixed to the terminating end of the fiber optical cable assembly and is electrically coupled to the power supply by way of the first terminal and the second terminal. The target assembly includes elements for emitting radiation in a predetermined spectral range, in response to light transmitted to the terminating end.
  • Miniaturized Low Power X-Ray Source

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  • US Patent:
    51539004, Oct 6, 1992
  • Filed:
    Sep 5, 1990
  • Appl. No.:
    7/577883
  • Inventors:
    Peter M. Nomikos - London,
    Mark T. Dinsmore - Sudbury MA
    Alan P. Sliski - Lincoln MA
  • Assignee:
    Photoelectron Corporation - Waltham MA
  • International Classification:
    A61N 510
  • US Classification:
    378 65
  • Abstract:
    A low-level, electron beam activated source of preselected or programmable duration and intensity x-rays. The source may be fully or partially implanted into, or surface-mounted onto a desired area to affect a preselected irradiated region. In medical applications, a method of treating malignant cells, such as tumors, in vivo, utilizing the apparatus described above.
  • Miniature Radiation Source With Flexible Probe And Laser Driven Thermionic Emitter

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  • US Patent:
    63209322, Nov 20, 2001
  • Filed:
    Dec 22, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    9/748590
  • Inventors:
    Mark Dinsmore - Sudbury MA
  • Assignee:
    Photoelectron Corporation - Lexington MA
  • International Classification:
    A61N 510
  • US Classification:
    378 65
  • Abstract:
    This invention is directed to a radiation source comprising a power supply, a flexible fiber optic cable assembly, a light source, and a target assembly. The power supply includes a first terminal and a second terminal, and elements for establishing an output voltage between the first terminal and the second terminal. The flexible fiber optical cable assembly has an originating end and a terminating end, and includes a fiber optical element extending from the originating end to the terminating end. The cable is adapted for transmitting light incident on the originating end to the terminating end. The light source includes elements for generating a beam of light at and directed to the originating end of the fiber optical cable assembly. The target assembly is affixed to the terminating end of the fiber optical cable assembly and is electrically coupled to the power supply by way of the first terminal and the second terminal. The target assembly includes elements for emitting radiation in a predetermined spectral range, in response to light transmitted to the terminating end.

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Schools:
Oakland Scotland School Scotland Morocco 1976-1980
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Makin audio video - Owner
Tagline:
I will try anything once!
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