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AAPM Webinar Series on Global Research Excellence and Rising Stars

Missed any of the previous webinars in this series? The archived webinars can be found here.

In the rapidly evolving field of medical physics, open-source resources are becoming an essential tool for innovation and progress. This AAPM Global Research and Scientific Innovation Committee (GRSIC) Webinar, hosted in collaboration with the International Organization of Medical Physicists (IOMP), brings together a panel of research excellence and Global Rising Stars (GRS) in the fields of medical physics, providing unique insights and expertise on the use of open-source resources, including various data and tools in medical physics. A second webinar will be hosted by IOMP in July more details coming soon.

Our speakers will highlight how open-source resources advance accessible access to comprehensive datasets and advanced tools to foster global collaboration and fuel innovation within and beyond their own institutions.

Our speakers will share real-world cases where these resources have led to groundbreaking solutions and ethical research practices. They will showcase the transformative potential of open-source in Medical Physics and its role in shaping a collaborative and innovative future as established and next-generation rising stars.

The 2-hour webinar will start at 12 PM Eastern time on the designated day. Attendees will be encouraged to ask questions at any time via the Q&A panel in the Zoom Webinar platform. CE/CAMPEP credits not available for this series.

Registration is limited. PLEASE NOTE: Registration confirmation emails will be sent from no-reply@zoom.us - be sure to whitelist this address or check your filters if you do not receive the email. The “join webinar” link in your confirmation email is specific to you; please do not share it with others or publicly. We also strongly recommend having the latest version of Zoom downloaded to your machine prior to joining the webinar. If you need to download Zoom, please click here.

We hope you can attend!

Thank you,
Global Research and Scientific Innovation Committee