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SU-AB-TRACK 3 FLASH Therapy – Current Status and the Way to the Clinic
FLASH-RT: Overview of the Current Status
Presented by Marc Mendonca Indiana University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14180


SU-AB-TRACK 3 FLASH Therapy – Current Status and the Way to the Clinic
FLASH Experiments in Canada
Presented by Tania Karan BC Cancer - Vancouver Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14181


SU-AB-TRACK 3 FLASH Therapy – Current Status and the Way to the Clinic
Proton FLASH-RT, the Fastest Way to the Clinic?
Presented by Jan Schuemann, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14182


SU-AB-TRACK 3 FLASH Therapy – Current Status and the Way to the Clinic
Proton FLASH Experiments at UPenn
Presented by Eric Diffenderfer, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14183


SU-AB-TRACK 3 FLASH Therapy – Current Status and the Way to the Clinic
Latest Results and Advances in Towards Clinical FLASH-RT
Presented by Pierre Montay-Gruel UC Irvine Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14184


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostics QA Phantoms
Imaging/Diagnostics QA Phantom
Presented by Christiane Burton Boston Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14202


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostics QA Phantoms
Using Automated Phantom Analysis to Improve Imaging and Volumetric Quality Metrics
Presented by Ariel Dickson The Phantom Laboratory, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14203


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostics QA Phantoms
Performance Evaluation of CT with the Mercury 4.0 Phantom
Presented by Kenneth Ruchala, PhD GAMMEX Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14205


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostics QA Phantoms
End to End Motion QA in Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning
Presented by Rocco Flores Modus Medical Devices, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14206


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostics QA Phantoms Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14208


SU-A-TRACK 1 Calibrating the Radiologist: Sequential Effects in the Reading Room
The Case for Sequential Reading Effects in Batch Reading
Presented by Craig Abbey University of California - Santa Barbara
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14152


SU-A-TRACK 1 Calibrating the Radiologist: Sequential Effects in the Reading Room
Evidence for Sequential Effects in Reading from a Million Women’s Mammograms in the UK
Presented by Sian Taylor-Phillips University of Warwick
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14153


SU-A-TRACK 1 Calibrating the Radiologist: Sequential Effects in the Reading Room
Visual Adaptation and Medical Image Perception: How Images Can Shape What You See
Presented by Michael Webster University of Nevada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14154


SU-A-TRACK 1 Calibrating the Radiologist: Sequential Effects in the Reading Room Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14155


SU-A-TRACK 2 Ontologies Supporting Diagnostic Imaging, Therapy and Science
The Synergy of Ontologies and HL7-FHIR
Presented by Mark Phillips, PhD Univ Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14170


SU-A-TRACK 2 Ontologies Supporting Diagnostic Imaging, Therapy and Science
An Ontology, a Terminology, and a Data Dictionary Walk Into a Bar
Presented by Peter Gabriel, MD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14171


SU-A-TRACK 2 Ontologies Supporting Diagnostic Imaging, Therapy and Science
Connecting the Dots: Linking ASTRO-MCode Standardizations to AAPM Ontology Development
Presented by Randi Kudner ASTRO
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14172


SU-A-TRACK 2 Ontologies Supporting Diagnostic Imaging, Therapy and Science
Application of Ontologies in Imaging Past and Present
Presented by Lawrence Tarbox, PhD University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14173


SU-A-TRACK 4 Anatomical and Clinical Diagnostic Reference Levels; An Update
The North American Perspective
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD University Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14135


SU-A-TRACK 4 Anatomical and Clinical Diagnostic Reference Levels; An Update
The European Perspective
Presented by John Damilakis, PhD University of Crete
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14136


SU-A-TRACK 4 Anatomical and Clinical Diagnostic Reference Levels; An Update
Large Repositories: Opportunities and Challenges
Presented by Virginia Tsapaki, PhD International Atomic Energy Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14137


SU-A-TRACK 4 Anatomical and Clinical Diagnostic Reference Levels; An Update Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14138


SU-A-TRACK 5 Monitoring, Mitigation, and Impact of Intrafraction Tumor Motion
Real-time Intrafraction Motion Monitoring: Review of Available Methods
Presented by Jenny Bertholet Inselspital, University Hospital Bern
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14127


SU-A-TRACK 5 Monitoring, Mitigation, and Impact of Intrafraction Tumor Motion
Motion Management for Pancreatic Radiotherapy
Presented by Bernard Jones, PhD University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14128


SU-A-TRACK 5 Monitoring, Mitigation, and Impact of Intrafraction Tumor Motion
Intrafraction Motion Management with the MR-Linac: Status and Opportunities
Presented by Jan J. Lagendijk, PhD University Medical Center Utrecht
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14129


SU-A-TRACK 5 Monitoring, Mitigation, and Impact of Intrafraction Tumor Motion Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14130


SU-A-TRACK 6 Education Council Symposium: CAMPEP 101
Introduction, History of Medical Physics Program Accreditation in North America
Presented by George Starkschall, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14097


SU-A-TRACK 6 Education Council Symposium: CAMPEP 101
Organization of CAMPEP and Its Relationship to Other Organizations
Presented by Michael McNitt-Gray, PhD David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14098


SU-A-TRACK 6 Education Council Symposium: CAMPEP 101
Review Process for Graduate Programs
Presented by David Hintenlang, PhD Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14099


SU-A-TRACK 6 Education Council Symposium: CAMPEP 101
Review Process for Residency Programs
Presented by Nesrin Dogan, PhD University of Miami
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14100


SU-A-TRACK 6 Education Council Symposium: CAMPEP 101
Board Activities: Final Review of Programs, International Activities, Role in the MedPhys Match
Presented by Michael McNitt-Gray, PhD David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14101


SU-A-TRACK 6 Education Council Symposium: CAMPEP 101 Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14103


SU-B-TRACK 4 Discontinuing Patient Gonadal Shielding: Why AAPM CARES
Introduction
Presented by Rebecca Marsh, PhD University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14139


SU-B-TRACK 4 Discontinuing Patient Gonadal Shielding: Why AAPM CARES
A Review of Technical Motivations Behind Discontinuing the Use of Gonadal Shielding
Presented by Keith Strauss, MS Children's Hospital Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14140


SU-B-TRACK 4 Discontinuing Patient Gonadal Shielding: Why AAPM CARES
A Review of Clinical Motivations Behind Discontinuing the Use of Gonadal Shielding
Presented by Donald Frush, MD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14141


SU-B-TRACK 4 Discontinuing Patient Gonadal Shielding: Why AAPM CARES
Understanding Technologist Challenges & Resources to Support Them
Presented by Greg Morrison American Society of Radiologic Technologists
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14142


SU-B-TRACK 4 Discontinuing Patient Gonadal Shielding: Why AAPM CARES
Navigating Regulatory Requirements
Presented by Jennifer Elee, BS LA Dept of Environmental Qual
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14143


SU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging for Proton Therapy
CT, DECT, and Multi Energy CT for Planning and Dose Calculations
Presented by Hugo Bouchard, PhD Université de Montréal – Département de physique
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14116


SU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging for Proton Therapy
In-Room CT Proton Therapy Workflows
Presented by Jon Kruse, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14117


SU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging for Proton Therapy
CBCT for Image Guidance and Dose Calculations
Presented by Brian Winey, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14118


SU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging for Proton Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14119


SU-B-TRACK 6 Hashtags 101: Social Media for Medical Physicists
Social Media Introduction
Presented by Dennis Stanley, PhD The University of Alabama at Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14104


SU-B-TRACK 6 Hashtags 101: Social Media for Medical Physicists Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14110


SU-CD-TRACK 2 SCIENCE COUNCIL SESSION: Data-Driven Automation and Decision Making and Explanatory AI
Explanatory AI in Diagnostic Imaging
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14166


SU-CD-TRACK 2 SCIENCE COUNCIL SESSION: Data-Driven Automation and Decision Making and Explanatory AI
Explanatory AI in Treatment Planning
Presented by Thomas Purdie, PhD The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - UHN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14167


SU-CD-TRACK 2 SCIENCE COUNCIL SESSION: Data-Driven Automation and Decision Making and Explanatory AI
Explanatory AI in Health Care
Presented by Richard Caruana Microsoft
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14168


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Overview of Radiation Acoustics (RA): Principles and Technologies
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munchen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14186


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Recent Applications of Radiation Acoustics in Photon Therapy: Dosimetry and Guidance
Presented by Susannah Hickling Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14187


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Recent Applications of Radiation Acoustics in Particle Therapy: Proton Range Verification
Presented by Stephen Avery, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14188


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Role of Radiation Acoustics in Low Dose Medical Imaging: Low-Dose CT
Presented by Liangzhong Xiang University of Oklahoma
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14189


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Treatment Verification From Cherenkov Imaging During Radiation Therapy
Presented by Brian Pogue, PhD Thayer Engineering
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14190


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Therapeutic Cherenkov Photo-Activation During Radiation Therapy
Presented by Mark Oldham, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14191


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Superficial Dosimetry and Optical Imaging
Presented by Timothy Zhu, PhD University Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14192


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics
Novel Applications of Cherenkov Light in Instrumentation for PET
Presented by Simon Cherry, PhD University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14193


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Thunder and Light(ning): Applications and Potential of Radiation Acoustics and Optics Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14194


SU-CD-TRACK 4 The Era for Theranostics in Imaging and Therapy
Introduction to Theranostics
Presented by Michael Graham University of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14162


SU-CD-TRACK 4 The Era for Theranostics in Imaging and Therapy
Physics in Theranostics
Presented by George Sgouros, PhD Johns Hopkins Medical Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14163


SU-CD-TRACK 4 The Era for Theranostics in Imaging and Therapy
Clinical Applications of Theranostics
Presented by Mona Natwa The Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14164


SU-CD-TRACK 4 The Era for Theranostics in Imaging and Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14165


SU-CD-TRACK 6 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Radiobiology - The Key Toward Individualized Patient Care
I'm just a Trainee…How Can I Possibly Help?
Presented by Kristen McConnell, MS UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14090


SU-CD-TRACK 6 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Radiobiology - The Key Toward Individualized Patient Care
Deconvolving Individual Dose Response to Maximize Therapeutic Ratio
Presented by Vitali Moiseenko, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14091


SU-CD-TRACK 6 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Radiobiology - The Key Toward Individualized Patient Care
Practical Radiobiologic Concepts All Physicists Should Know Well
Presented by Michael Joiner, PhD Wayne State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14092


SU-CD-TRACK 6 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Radiobiology - The Key Toward Individualized Patient Care
Telling the Biological Story with Multi-Modality Imaging
Presented by Emily Thompson MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14093


SU-CD-TRACK 6 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Radiobiology - The Key Toward Individualized Patient Care
Opportunities for Personalized Multi-Modality Radiation Therapy
Presented by Robert Stewart, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14094


SU-CD-TRACK 6 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Radiobiology - The Key Toward Individualized Patient Care Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14096


SU-C-TRACK 5 Advances in Permanent Seed/Source Implantation (PSI) Brachytherapy
Fundamentals of LDR Prostate Program Quality and Safety
Presented by Firas Mourtada, PhD Christiana Care Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14175


SU-C-TRACK 5 Advances in Permanent Seed/Source Implantation (PSI) Brachytherapy
Advances in Dosimetry for PSI
Presented by Mark Rivard, PhD Rhode Island Hospital / Brown University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14176


SU-C-TRACK 5 Advances in Permanent Seed/Source Implantation (PSI) Brachytherapy
Latest and Greatest in PSI
Presented by Tarun Podder, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14177


SU-C-TRACK 5 Advances in Permanent Seed/Source Implantation (PSI) Brachytherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14179


SU-D-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Adaptive Radiotherapy for Anatomical Changes
Presented by Geoffrey Hugo, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 8 responding
VLID: 14131


SU-D-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Functional Adaptation in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Martha Matuszak, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 14132


SU-D-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Quality Assurance and Workflow Considerations for Online and Offline Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Minsong Cao, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 12 responding
VLID: 14133


SU-D-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiotherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14134


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Beam Scanning Systems
Simplifying 3D Scanning and TG-51 with Integrated Scanning Systems
Presented by Jennifer Hamilton, MEng Sun Nuclear Corporation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14196


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Beam Scanning Systems
Beam Scanning
Presented by Anthony Nagle Iba Dosimetry Gmbh
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14197


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Beam Scanning Systems
DoseView 3D Better Hardware/Better Data
Presented by Hugh Petersen Standard Imaging
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14198


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Beam Scanning Systems
Beam Model Validation of the MRIdian Linac with the THALES 3D MR SCANNER
Presented by Thierry Mertens LAP GmbH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14199


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Beam Scanning Systems Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14201


SU-E-TRACK 2 Medical Image Synthesis in Radiotherapy
Medical Image Synthesis for Digital Simulation and Image Augmentation
Presented by Lei Ren, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14148


SU-E-TRACK 2 Medical Image Synthesis in Radiotherapy
Accuracy of MR-Based CT Synthesis: Impact on Radiomic Analysis
Presented by Harini Veeraraghavan Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14149


SU-E-TRACK 2 Medical Image Synthesis in Radiotherapy
Deep-learning-based Medical Image Synthesis and its Potential Clinical Applications
Presented by Xiaofeng Yang, PhD Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 14150


SU-E-TRACK 4 Image Quality and Dosimetry Assessments for C-Arm CBCT Systems - Assessment Options from AAPM Report 238
Image Quality Assessment of C-Arm CBCT Systems
Presented by Mark Supanich, PhD Rush
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14145


SU-E-TRACK 4 Image Quality and Dosimetry Assessments for C-Arm CBCT Systems - Assessment Options from AAPM Report 238
Measuring Dose On a C-Arm CBCT System
Presented by Beth Schueler, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14146


SU-E-TRACK 5 TG 203: Implanted Cardiac Devices
Review of ICP and ICD Devices: Conditions in Clinical Use that can Induce Device Malfunctions
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 14 responding
VLID: 14120


SU-E-TRACK 5 TG 203: Implanted Cardiac Devices
Dose Assessment Considerations
Presented by Dimitris Mihailidis, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 13 responding
VLID: 14121


SU-E-TRACK 5 TG 203: Implanted Cardiac Devices
Review of Patient Management and Recommendations
Presented by Moyed Miften, PhD University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 11 responding
VLID: 14122


SU-E-TRACK 5 TG 203: Implanted Cardiac Devices Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 14123


SU-E-TRACK 6 Introduction to Pencil Beam Scanning Proton Therapy
Treatment Planning Techniques for PBS
Presented by Mingyao Zhu Emory University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14209


SU-E-TRACK 6 Introduction to Pencil Beam Scanning Proton Therapy
Beam Commissioning and Routine QA
Presented by Sina Mossahebi, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14210


SU-E-TRACK 6 Introduction to Pencil Beam Scanning Proton Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14211


SU-F-TRACK 4 Case-based Review: MRI Safety
Safety Evaluation and Management of MR Conditional Ancillary Equipment in the MR Scanning Environment
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 14156


SU-F-TRACK 4 Case-based Review: MRI Safety
Multiple Active Devices
Presented by Anshuman Panda, PhD Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14157


SU-F-TRACK 4 Case-based Review: MRI Safety
Assessment and Scanning of an MR Conditional Spinal Cord Stimulator with Low SAR Conditions
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14158


SU-F-TRACK 4 Case-based Review: MRI Safety
Visualizing MRI Safety with MagnetVision
Presented by Tobias Gilk RAD-Planning/Gilk Radiology Consultants
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14159


SU-F-TRACK 4 Case-based Review: MRI Safety
A Case Based Review of Implant Safety in Pediatric MRI
Presented by Christina Sammet, PhD Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14160


SU-F-TRACK 4 Case-based Review: MRI Safety Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14161


SU-F-TRACK 5 Clinical Outcomes Modeling
Models of Tumor Response
Presented by Mariana Guerrero, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14124


SU-F-TRACK 5 Clinical Outcomes Modeling
Normal Tissue Complication Probability Models – Conventional Approaches and Modern Trends
Presented by Vitali Moiseenko, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14125


SU-F-TRACK 5 Clinical Outcomes Modeling Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14126


SU-F-TRACK 6 MS vs PhD vs DMP: A Live Medical Physics Podcast
MS Vs PhD Vs DMP: A Live Medical Physics Podcast
Presented by Sean Tanny, PhD SUNY Upstate Medical University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14111


SU-F-TRACK 6 MS vs PhD vs DMP: A Live Medical Physics Podcast Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14115


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Opportunities in Global Health: Vision for One World
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14217


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
COMP President, Remarks
Presented by Horacio Patrocinio, MS McGill University Health Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14218


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
RSNA President, Remarks
Presented by James Borgstede RSNA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14219


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
ASTRO President, Remarks
Presented by Thomas Eichler American Society for Therapeutic Radiology And Oncology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14220


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Introduction
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14221


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Executive Director, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative | Introduce How I Live Documentary Film
Presented by Irini Albanti Harvard University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14222


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Film Director | Introduce How I Live Documentary Film
Presented by Mike Rogers Persistent Productions
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14223


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Documentary Film: How I Live
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14224


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Introduction
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14226


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Patient Advocate, The Face of the Beast
Presented by Julie Chessell Independent Consultant
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14227


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Introduction
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14228


MO-AB-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: Improving Health Quality; Increasing Global Impact
Closing Remarks
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14231


MO-CD-TRACK 2 Troubleshooting Issues in Diagnostic Imaging: Case Studies and Discussion
Case Reviews in Mammography and Displays
Presented by Jeff Frimeth, MS JF Medical Physics Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14239


MO-CD-TRACK 2 Troubleshooting Issues in Diagnostic Imaging: Case Studies and Discussion
Software features or bugs – troubleshooting the Black Box
Presented by Thomas Oshiro, PhD UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14240


MO-CD-TRACK 2 Troubleshooting Issues in Diagnostic Imaging: Case Studies and Discussion
Software Features or Bugs – Troubleshooting the Black Box
Presented by Christopher Cagnon, PhD UCLA Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14241


MO-CD-TRACK 2 Troubleshooting Issues in Diagnostic Imaging: Case Studies and Discussion
Case Reviews in MRI
Presented by Nathan Yanasak, PhD Augusta University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14242


MO-CD-TRACK 2 Troubleshooting Issues in Diagnostic Imaging: Case Studies and Discussion
Case Reviews in CT and Fluoroscopy
Presented by Karen Brown, MHP Penn State Milton S. Hershey Med Ctr.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14243


MO-CD-TRACK 2 Troubleshooting Issues in Diagnostic Imaging: Case Studies and Discussion
Case Reviews in CT and Fluoroscopy
Presented by Rani Al-Senan, PhD Penn State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14244


MO-CD-TRACK 2 Troubleshooting Issues in Diagnostic Imaging: Case Studies and Discussion Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14245


MO-C-TRACK 3 A Point/Counterpoint on Current and Future Directions for Patient Specific QA
Patient Specific IMRT QA—Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Presented by Xiaoli Tang Yale New Haven Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14276


MO-C-TRACK 3 A Point/Counterpoint on Current and Future Directions for Patient Specific QA
Patient Specific QA Measurements Will Remain An Essential Part of Medical Physics Practice
Presented by Andrea McNiven, PhD Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14277


MO-C-TRACK 3 A Point/Counterpoint on Current and Future Directions for Patient Specific QA
Limitations with IMRT QA
Presented by Stephen Kry, PhD The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14278


MO-C-TRACK 3 A Point/Counterpoint on Current and Future Directions for Patient Specific QA Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14279


MO-C-TRACK 4 Image Guidance for Therapeutic Ultrasound
Passive Cavitation Imaging for Drug Delivery and Tissue Ablation
Presented by Kevin Haworth, PhD University of Cincinnati
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14266


MO-C-TRACK 4 Image Guidance for Therapeutic Ultrasound
Microbubble-mediated ultrasonic therapy and treatment monitoring via sparse hemispherical transducer arrays
Presented by Ryan Jones Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14267


MO-C-TRACK 4 Image Guidance for Therapeutic Ultrasound
Closed-loop FUS for Targeted Drug Delivery in Central Nervous System
Presented by Scott Schoen Georgia Institute of Technology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14268


MO-C-TRACK 4 Image Guidance for Therapeutic Ultrasound
Incorporating MR Imaging Information for Control of Transurethral Prostate Ablation
Presented by Rajiv Chopra, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Ctr at Dallas
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14269


MO-C-TRACK 4 Image Guidance for Therapeutic Ultrasound Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14270


MO-C-TRACK 5 Multiparametic MRI for Precision Radiotherapy: From Physics to Clinical Applications
Multi-Parametric MRI for Precision Radiotherapy: Physician’s Perspective of Clinical Applications
Presented by Feng-Ming (Spring) Kong Case Western Reserve University- School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14212


MO-C-TRACK 5 Multiparametic MRI for Precision Radiotherapy: From Physics to Clinical Applications
Commonly Used Multi-Parametric MRI in Radiation Therapy: Current Status and Future Promises
Presented by Jihong Wang, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14213


MO-C-TRACK 5 Multiparametic MRI for Precision Radiotherapy: From Physics to Clinical Applications
Low-Field Multi-Parametric MRI: Opportunities and Challenges
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14214


MO-C-TRACK 5 Multiparametic MRI for Precision Radiotherapy: From Physics to Clinical Applications
New Developments of Multi-Parametric MRI Techniques and Radiotherapy Applications
Presented by Jing Cai, PhD Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14215


MO-C-TRACK 6 President's Satellite Symposium: Challenges and Opportunities in Global Cancer Care
The African Perspective
Presented by Wilfred Ngwa, PhD Brigham and Women’s Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14292


MO-C-TRACK 6 President's Satellite Symposium: Challenges and Opportunities in Global Cancer Care
The Caribbean and Latin American Perspective
Presented by Eduardo Cazap Latin-American & Caribbean Society of Medical Oncology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14293


MO-C-TRACK 6 President's Satellite Symposium: Challenges and Opportunities in Global Cancer Care
The Asian Perspective
Presented by Niloy R Datta Former Consultant, Kantonsspital Aarau
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14294


MO-C-TRACK 6 President's Satellite Symposium: Challenges and Opportunities in Global Cancer Care
The Global Perspective as Viewed from the IAEA
Presented by May Abdel Wahab International Atomic Energy Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14295


MO-C-TRACK 6 President's Satellite Symposium: Challenges and Opportunities in Global Cancer Care
The Industry Perspective
Presented by Dow Wilson Varian Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14296


MO-C-TRACK 6 President's Satellite Symposium: Challenges and Opportunities in Global Cancer Care Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14298


MO-D-TRACK 3 ADCL Calibrations - More Than Just a Number
A Calibration Is More Than Just a Number
Presented by Wesley Culberson, PhD University of Wisconsin Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14261


MO-D-TRACK 3 ADCL Calibrations - More Than Just a Number
How Do Calibration Labs Work On a Global Scale?
Presented by Malcolm McEwen, PhD National Research Council
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14262


MO-D-TRACK 3 ADCL Calibrations - More Than Just a Number
How Calibrations Can Help Save Lives
Presented by Stephen Kry, PhD The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14263


MO-D-TRACK 3 ADCL Calibrations - More Than Just a Number
What's New in the World of Calibration Labs?
Presented by Kim Working, MS Q.E.D. Medical Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 14264


MO-D-TRACK 3 ADCL Calibrations - More Than Just a Number Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14265


MO-D-TRACK 4 An Introductory Odyssey Through Spin Physics
MRI Physics Within a Voxel – The Generation of Basic Image Signal and Contrast
Presented by Anthony Wolbarst, PhD University Kentucky
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14258


MO-D-TRACK 4 An Introductory Odyssey Through Spin Physics
MRI Image Formation: Conventional and Rapid Approaches
Presented by Nathan Yanasak, PhD Augusta University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14259


MO-D-TRACK 4 An Introductory Odyssey Through Spin Physics Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14260


MO-D-TRACK 5 Cranial SRS Advances
Introduction to SRS for Multiple Targets
Presented by Daniel Letourneau, PhD Radiation Medicine Program, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 13 responding
VLID: 14284


MO-D-TRACK 5 Cranial SRS Advances
SRS Using a Single Isocenter
Presented by Richard Popple, PhD University Alabama Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14285


MO-D-TRACK 5 Cranial SRS Advances
SRS Using Multiple Isocenters
Presented by Brian Winey, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.1 (higher is better), with 9 responding
VLID: 14286


MO-D-TRACK 5 Cranial SRS Advances Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14287


MO-D-TRACK 6 Professional Economics Update
Professional Economics Updates: Part I
Presented by Jonas Fontenot, PhD Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14233


MO-D-TRACK 6 Professional Economics Update
Professional Economics Updates: Part II
Presented by Wendy Smith Fuss, MPH Health Policy Solutions
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14234


MO-EF-TRACK 4 ACR Programs and Updates
ACR Programs
Presented by Dustin Gress, MS American College of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14271


MO-EF-TRACK 4 ACR Programs and Updates
New MR Safety Guidance
Presented by Joseph Och, MS Geisinger Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14272


MO-EF-TRACK 4 ACR Programs and Updates
Updates On SBB and Mammography
Presented by Thomas Ruckdeschel, MS Alliance Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14273


MO-EF-TRACK 4 ACR Programs and Updates
DIR Fluoro
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14274


MO-EF-TRACK 4 ACR Programs and Updates Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14275


MO-E-TRACK 1 More than Just a Pretty Picture: Making MRI Quantitative
What Is Quantitative MRI and How Can I Do It?
Presented by Kathryn Keenan National Institute of Standards
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14280


MO-E-TRACK 1 More than Just a Pretty Picture: Making MRI Quantitative
Sources of Error in Quantitative MRI (qMRI) Parameter Estimation: A Signal Processing Perspective
Presented by Joshua Trzasko Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14281


MO-E-TRACK 1 More than Just a Pretty Picture: Making MRI Quantitative
Quantitative MRI of Demyelinating Disorders
Presented by Christine Lucas Tardif McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14282


MO-E-TRACK 1 More than Just a Pretty Picture: Making MRI Quantitative Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14283


MO-E-TRACK 5 The Water Tankless Annual and Two-Hour Monthly QA, Ways to Improve Your Life with Detector Arrays Without Sacrificing Quality
Linac QA with Detector Arrays – Is the Water Tank Dead?
Presented by Peter Balter, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14288


MO-E-TRACK 5 The Water Tankless Annual and Two-Hour Monthly QA, Ways to Improve Your Life with Detector Arrays Without Sacrificing Quality
Beam Steering and Monitoring Photon and Electron Beam Energies with Ion Chamber with Detector Array
Presented by Song Gao, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14289


MO-E-TRACK 5 The Water Tankless Annual and Two-Hour Monthly QA, Ways to Improve Your Life with Detector Arrays Without Sacrificing Quality
Your Detector Array Has Just Arrived
Presented by Sotirios Stathakis, PhD Mays Cancer Center - MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14290


MO-E-TRACK 5 The Water Tankless Annual and Two-Hour Monthly QA, Ways to Improve Your Life with Detector Arrays Without Sacrificing Quality Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14291


MO-E-TRACK 6 Getting Under the Hood in the IR/Cath Lab: Utilizing New Standards for Performance Evaluations
IEC Standards Related to IR/Cath (What’s the “Diesel”)
Presented by Kevin Wunderle, PhD Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14236


MO-E-TRACK 6 Getting Under the Hood in the IR/Cath Lab: Utilizing New Standards for Performance Evaluations
Getting Up to Speed on NEMA XR-27 (User Quality Control Mode) for Interventional Equipment
Presented by Andrew Kuhls-Gilcrist, PhD Canon Medical Systems USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14237


MO-E-TRACK 6 Getting Under the Hood in the IR/Cath Lab: Utilizing New Standards for Performance Evaluations Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14238


MO-F-TRACK 5 The Radiation Oncology Data Sharing Landscape: Registries, Clinical Trials, Data Warehouses
Data Reporting Needs and Cancer Registries
Presented by Colleen Fox, PhD Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14253


MO-F-TRACK 5 The Radiation Oncology Data Sharing Landscape: Registries, Clinical Trials, Data Warehouses
Clinical Trial Data Reporting
Presented by Sarah Quirk, PhD University of Calgary
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14254


MO-F-TRACK 5 The Radiation Oncology Data Sharing Landscape: Registries, Clinical Trials, Data Warehouses
Standards and Data Exchange
Presented by Scott Hadley, PhD The University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14255


MO-F-TRACK 5 The Radiation Oncology Data Sharing Landscape: Registries, Clinical Trials, Data Warehouses Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14257


MO-F-TRACK 6 Mentorship: Let's Look at Both Sides of the Equation
What Is Mentorship?
Presented by Nancy Barrett Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14246


MO-F-TRACK 6 Mentorship: Let's Look at Both Sides of the Equation
What It Is to Be a Good Mentor?
Presented by Yi Rong, PhD University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.1 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 14248


MO-F-TRACK 6 Mentorship: Let's Look at Both Sides of the Equation
Power Balances and Acknowledging the Challenges of EDI (equality, Diversity and Inclusion) in a Mentorship Program and Individual Relationships
Presented by Faisal Khosa University of British Columbia
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14249


MO-F-TRACK 6 Mentorship: Let's Look at Both Sides of the Equation Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14252


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Updates on Shielding Design for Diagnostic Medical Physicists
Automated Tools and Strategies for Shielding Design
Presented by Matthew DeLorenzo University of Virginia Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14344


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Updates on Shielding Design for Diagnostic Medical Physicists
NCRP-147: Overview and New Challenges
Presented by Tyler Fisher, MS Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14345


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Updates on Shielding Design for Diagnostic Medical Physicists
Considerations for the Shielding of Nuclear Medicine and PET Facilities
Presented by Richard Wendt, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14346


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Updates on Shielding Design for Diagnostic Medical Physicists
Updated Workload and Scatter Information for Shielding Calculations: DBT and Interventional CT Rooms
Presented by Kai Yang, PhD Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14347


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Updates on Shielding Design for Diagnostic Medical Physicists
Shielding Design Methods From the United Kingdom
Presented by Colin Martin University of Glasgow
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14348


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Updates on Shielding Design for Diagnostic Medical Physicists Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14349


TU-A-TRACK 1 The Robots are Coming! AI for Breast Imaging Interpretation
Breast Cancer Detection and Characterization in the Era of AI
Presented by Lubomir Hadjiiski, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14369


TU-A-TRACK 1 The Robots are Coming! AI for Breast Imaging Interpretation
Evaluation and Optimization of AI for Breast Imaging: What Can It Do, and How Good Is It?
Presented by Ioannis Sechopoulos, PhD Radboud University Medical Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14370


TU-A-TRACK 1 The Robots are Coming! AI for Breast Imaging Interpretation Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14371


TU-A-TRACK 2 Quantitative Imaging for Treatment Assessment
Treatment Assessment of Radiotherapy Using MR Quantitative Imaging: Promises and Challenges
Presented by Zheng Chang, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14309


TU-A-TRACK 2 Quantitative Imaging for Treatment Assessment
FDG-PET/CT Imaging Feedback, Tumor Voxel Dose Response Assessment and Treatment Dose Adaptation
Presented by Di Yan, DSc William Beaumont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14310


TU-A-TRACK 2 Quantitative Imaging for Treatment Assessment
Hybrid PET-MRI Imaging for Radiotherapy Treatment Response Assessment: Prognostic Value and Current Challenges
Presented by Deanna Pafundi, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14311


TU-A-TRACK 2 Quantitative Imaging for Treatment Assessment Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14312


TU-A-TRACK 3 Recent Developments in Proton Therapy
AI in Proton Therapy
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 14305


TU-A-TRACK 3 Recent Developments in Proton Therapy
Towards a Novel Small Animal Proton Irradiation Platform for Precision Image-Guided Preclinical Research
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munchen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14306


TU-A-TRACK 3 Recent Developments in Proton Therapy
In-Vivo Radiobiology
Presented by Chris Beltran, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14307


TU-A-TRACK 3 Recent Developments in Proton Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14308


TU-A-TRACK 5 Practical Aspects of FLASH – What Physicists Should Know
The Current Status and Future Outlook of FLASH RT Delivery Systems
Presented by Peter Maxim, PhD Indiana University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14332


TU-A-TRACK 5 Practical Aspects of FLASH – What Physicists Should Know
Practical Aspects of FLASH RT Irradiations
Presented by Magdalena Bazalova-Carter, PhD University of Victoria
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14333


TU-A-TRACK 5 Practical Aspects of FLASH – What Physicists Should Know
From Pre-Clinical to Clinical Use: FLASH RT
Presented by James Metz University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14334


TU-A-TRACK 5 Practical Aspects of FLASH – What Physicists Should Know Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14335


TU-A-TRACK 6 Professionalism and Soft Skills in Residency: Finding a Happy Medium Between Didactic Instruction and Self-directed Learning
Introduction: How Are We Training Residents?
Presented by Hania Al-Hallaq, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14313


TU-A-TRACK 6 Professionalism and Soft Skills in Residency: Finding a Happy Medium Between Didactic Instruction and Self-directed Learning
Professionalism Training in Residency Programs: Current Status and Future Goals
Presented by Anna Rodrigues, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14314


TU-A-TRACK 6 Professionalism and Soft Skills in Residency: Finding a Happy Medium Between Didactic Instruction and Self-directed Learning
Professionalism Training in Residency Programs: Current Status and Future Goals
Presented by Irina Vergalasova, PhD Rutgers, Cancer Institute of New Jersey
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14315


TU-A-TRACK 6 Professionalism and Soft Skills in Residency: Finding a Happy Medium Between Didactic Instruction and Self-directed Learning
Adult Learning in Residency Training
Presented by Laura Padilla, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14316


TU-A-TRACK 6 Professionalism and Soft Skills in Residency: Finding a Happy Medium Between Didactic Instruction and Self-directed Learning
Strategies for Teaching Effective Communication Skills to Residents
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14317


TU-B-TRACK 2 AI in Clinical Medical Physics
Imaging Applications of AI in Clinical Practice
Presented by Samuel Brady, PhD Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Med Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.9 (higher is better), with 9 responding
VLID: 14340


TU-B-TRACK 2 AI in Clinical Medical Physics
AI for note-based information extraction, curation, and analytics
Presented by Dan Ruan, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 10 responding
VLID: 14341


TU-B-TRACK 2 AI in Clinical Medical Physics
AI in Radiation Therapy of Multicenter Clinical Trials
Presented by Ying Xiao, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 11 responding
VLID: 14342


TU-B-TRACK 3 Real Time Imaging and Tracking for SBRT
Democratizing Real-Time image Guidance and Verification: Approaches Implemented on Conventional linacs
Presented by Per Poulsen, PhD Aarhus University Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14376


TU-B-TRACK 3 Real Time Imaging and Tracking for SBRT
Real-time adaptation – Rationale, system overview and clinical experience
Presented by Paul Keall, PhD University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14377


TU-B-TRACK 3 Real Time Imaging and Tracking for SBRT
Clinical Approaches, Experiences and Lessons Learned from a Large SBRT Program
Presented by Grace Tang, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 14378


TU-B-TRACK 3 Real Time Imaging and Tracking for SBRT Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14379


TU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging Biomarkers in Radiation Oncology and Beyond: Development, Evaluation and Clinical Translation
Imaging Biomarker Roadmap for Cancer Studies
Presented by John Waterton University of Manchester
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14327


TU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging Biomarkers in Radiation Oncology and Beyond: Development, Evaluation and Clinical Translation
Tumor Imaging Biomarkers
Presented by Neelam Tyagi, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14328


TU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging Biomarkers in Radiation Oncology and Beyond: Development, Evaluation and Clinical Translation
Normal Tissue Imaging Biomarkers
Presented by Tokihiro Yamamoto, PhD UC Davis School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14329


TU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging Biomarkers in Radiation Oncology and Beyond: Development, Evaluation and Clinical Translation
Future of Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers (Radiomics) in Radiotherapy and Immunotherapy
Presented by Issam El Naqa, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14330


TU-B-TRACK 5 Imaging Biomarkers in Radiation Oncology and Beyond: Development, Evaluation and Clinical Translation Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14331


TU-B-TRACK 6 Formalizing Professionalism and Soft Skills Training in Residency: Examples from Programs
Teaching Professionalism and Business Topics to Medical Physics and Radiation Oncology Residents
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14319


TU-B-TRACK 6 Formalizing Professionalism and Soft Skills Training in Residency: Examples from Programs
Existing and Developing Opportunities to Teach Soft Skills to Medical Physics Residents
Presented by Michael Roumeliotis, PhD Tom Baker Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14320


TU-B-TRACK 6 Formalizing Professionalism and Soft Skills Training in Residency: Examples from Programs
Hands-On Exercise
Presented by Leah Schubert, PhD University of Colorado Denver
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14321


TU-B-TRACK 6 Formalizing Professionalism and Soft Skills Training in Residency: Examples from Programs Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14322


TU-CD-TRACK 7 GYN Brachytherapy Applicators
GYN Brachytherapy Applicators
Presented by Deborah Schofield Florida Hospital South
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14393


TU-CD-TRACK 7 GYN Brachytherapy Applicators
Delivering a Conformable Dose Distribution for Advanced Stages of Cervical Cancer Using a Hybrid Gynecological Applicator
Presented by Peter Morssink Elekta
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14394


TU-CD-TRACK 7 GYN Brachytherapy Applicators
Use of the Xoft Cervical Applicator
Presented by Luke Chan Xoft
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14395


TU-CD-TRACK 7 GYN Brachytherapy Applicators
A Who’s Who of Gyn Applicators
Presented by Sophie Wetherall Varian Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14396


TU-CD-TRACK 7 GYN Brachytherapy Applicators Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14398


TU-C-TRACK 4 Modern Mammography QC: Managing Quality Amidst a Mindset of Growth
Implementation of the ACR DMQC Manual in a Large-Scale Enterprise
Presented by Katie Hulme, MS The Cleveland Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14336


TU-C-TRACK 4 Modern Mammography QC: Managing Quality Amidst a Mindset of Growth
MQSA EQUIP – A Self-Reported Pathway to Compliance
Presented by Emily Marshall University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14337


TU-C-TRACK 4 Modern Mammography QC: Managing Quality Amidst a Mindset of Growth Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14338


TU-C-TRACK 5 Matters of the Heart: From Cardiac Radioablation to Cardiac Sparing and Toxicity
Clinical Outcomes After Noninvasive Cardiac Radioablation for Ventricular Tachycardia (VT)
Presented by Clifford Robinson Washington University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14354


TU-C-TRACK 5 Matters of the Heart: From Cardiac Radioablation to Cardiac Sparing and Toxicity
Imaging Technologies for Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy (SABR) of Cardiac Ventricular Tachycardia
Presented by Minsong Cao, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14355


TU-C-TRACK 5 Matters of the Heart: From Cardiac Radioablation to Cardiac Sparing and Toxicity
Leveraging Advanced Technologies for Improved Cardiac Sparing
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14356


TU-C-TRACK 5 Matters of the Heart: From Cardiac Radioablation to Cardiac Sparing and Toxicity Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14357


TU-C-TRACK 6 MPLA Session: Personal Leadership in Uncertain Times
Reading the Room: Before and After the New Normal
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14323


TU-D-TRACK 4 Stereotactic Breast Biopsy and Beyond: Principles and Radiologists’ Perspectives
Physics of Stereo Vs. Tomosynthesis-Guided Breast Biopsy
Presented by Ingrid Reiser, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14380


TU-D-TRACK 4 Stereotactic Breast Biopsy and Beyond: Principles and Radiologists’ Perspectives
A Radiologists’ Perspective of Image-Guided Breast Procedures
Presented by Kirti Kulkarni University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14381


TU-D-TRACK 4 Stereotactic Breast Biopsy and Beyond: Principles and Radiologists’ Perspectives Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14382


TU-D-TRACK 5 Automated Planning and Data-Driven Plan Quality Control
Patient-Specific Dose Estimation, Data-driven Quality Control, and Automated Planning
Presented by Kevin Moore UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14350


TU-D-TRACK 5 Automated Planning and Data-Driven Plan Quality Control
Automated Planning - Technical Considerations for Ensuring Safety and Quality
Presented by Thomas Purdie, PhD The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - UHN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14351


TU-D-TRACK 5 Automated Planning and Data-Driven Plan Quality Control
Data-driven Quality Control on Clinical Trials
Presented by Jessica Lowenstein, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14352


TU-D-TRACK 5 Automated Planning and Data-Driven Plan Quality Control Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14353


TU-D-TRACK 6 Conflict to Mutual Goals: Foundational Mindset and Skills
Conflict to Mutual Goals: Foundational Mindset and Skills
Presented by Sara Kim University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14325


TU-D-TRACK 6 Conflict to Mutual Goals: Foundational Mindset and Skills Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14326


TU-EF-TRACK 1 Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging: From Benchtop to a Clinical Protocol
Achievements, Challenges, and Present Status of QIBA’s Ultrasound Shear Wave Speed Committee
Presented by Timothy Hall, PhD University of WI-Madison/ADCL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14358


TU-EF-TRACK 1 Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging: From Benchtop to a Clinical Protocol
Achievements, Challenges, and Present Status of QIBA’s Ultrasound Volume Blow Flow Committee
Presented by Jeffrey Brian Fowlkes, PhD University Michigan Health Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14359


TU-EF-TRACK 1 Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging: From Benchtop to a Clinical Protocol
Achievements, Challenges, and Present Status of QIBA’s Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Committee
Presented by Michalakis Averkiou University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14360


TU-EF-TRACK 1 Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging: From Benchtop to a Clinical Protocol
Novel Ultrasound Biomarkers - Acoustic Backscatter Coefficient and Related Features
Presented by Jonathan Mamou Riverside Research Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14361


TU-EF-TRACK 1 Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging: From Benchtop to a Clinical Protocol
Novel Ultrasound Biomarkers - Acoustic Attenuation
Presented by Ivan Rosado-Mendez, PhD Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14362


TU-EF-TRACK 1 Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging: From Benchtop to a Clinical Protocol Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14363


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Advanced MR in Clinic
Diffusion MRI
Presented by Xiaohong Joe Zhou, PhD University Illinois at Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14364


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Advanced MR in Clinic
Perfusion MRI
Presented by Youngkyoo Jung, PhD University of California, Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14365


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Advanced MR in Clinic
Functional MRI
Presented by Ho-Ling Anthony Liu, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14366


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Advanced MR in Clinic
MR Spectroscopy
Presented by Samuel Einstein, PhD Wellspan Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14367


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Advanced MR in Clinic Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14368


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
Presented by Yu Liu, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14399


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
AutoQA Plus - Catphan QA
Presented by Steve Dyer Qa Benchmark, Llc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14400


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
Interfacility and Machine Image Quality Analysis Using a Cloud-Based System
Presented by Matt Whitaker The Phantom Laboratory, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14401


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
RapidCHECK Software for Diagnostic
Presented by Kenneth Ruchala, PhD GAMMEX Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14402


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
Necessity of Monitor Quality Control and Total Management with QA Software
Presented by Brian Cote EIZO, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14403


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14405


TU-E-TRACK 5 Mechanisms and Clinical Significance of Particle RBE
Mechanisms of Particle RBE
Presented by David Carlson, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 14299


TU-E-TRACK 5 Mechanisms and Clinical Significance of Particle RBE
Track-End Objectives in Intensity Modulated Proton Therapy to Reduce Linear Energy Transfer
Presented by Jakob Ödén RaySearch Laboratories AB
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14300


TU-E-TRACK 5 Mechanisms and Clinical Significance of Particle RBE
Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis of Biological Modeling in Proton and Carbon Ion Treatment Planning
Presented by Florian Kamp University Hospital, LMU Munich
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14301


TU-E-TRACK 5 Mechanisms and Clinical Significance of Particle RBE
Point-Counterpoint Debate On the Proposition: Variable RBE Models Should Be Used for Proton Therapy Plan Optimization
Presented by Harald Paganetti, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14302


TU-E-TRACK 5 Mechanisms and Clinical Significance of Particle RBE
Point-Counterpoint Debate On the Proposition: Variable RBE Models Should Be Used for Proton Therapy Plan Optimization
Presented by Robert Stewart, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14303


TU-E-TRACK 5 Mechanisms and Clinical Significance of Particle RBE Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14304


TU-E-TRACK 6 Guidelines for Writing and Reviewing AAPM Task Group Reports
Overview of TG Report Writing and Reviewing
Presented by Jean Moran, PhD University of Michigan Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14372


TU-E-TRACK 6 Guidelines for Writing and Reviewing AAPM Task Group Reports
Productive TG Writing in the Face of Competing Demands On TG Volunteers
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14373


TU-E-TRACK 6 Guidelines for Writing and Reviewing AAPM Task Group Reports
Reviewing: A Critical Part of TG Report Development
Presented by Eric Gingold, PhD Thomas Jefferson University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14374


TU-E-TRACK 6 Guidelines for Writing and Reviewing AAPM Task Group Reports Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14375


TU-F-TRACK 5 Practical Integration of MRI in Clinical Radiation Oncology
Introducing MRI-only Technology: Practical Experience in Project Development, Commissioning and Clinical Deployment of MRI sim/linac
Presented by Christopher Williams, PhD Brigham and Women's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14389


TU-F-TRACK 5 Practical Integration of MRI in Clinical Radiation Oncology
MRI Simulation and MRI-only Planning
Presented by Victoria Yu, MS Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14390


TU-F-TRACK 5 Practical Integration of MRI in Clinical Radiation Oncology
Design, Commissioning and Clinical Implementation of an MRI-only Brachytherapy Suite
Presented by Ananth Ravi Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre, University of Toronto
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14391


TU-F-TRACK 5 Practical Integration of MRI in Clinical Radiation Oncology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14392


TU-F-TRACK 6 Why Smart AAPM and COMP Members Do Dumb Things
Introduction
Presented by Ashley Rubinstein, PhD McGovern Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14383


TU-F-TRACK 6 Why Smart AAPM and COMP Members Do Dumb Things
Introduction to Cognitive Bias in Decision Making and the Impact On Patient Safety
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14384


TU-F-TRACK 6 Why Smart AAPM and COMP Members Do Dumb Things
Cognitive Biases You May Have Met Before (and An Exercise)
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14385


TU-F-TRACK 6 Why Smart AAPM and COMP Members Do Dumb Things
Tools to Combat Bias in Everyday Practice
Presented by Suzanne Evans, MD Yale University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14386


TU-F-TRACK 6 Why Smart AAPM and COMP Members Do Dumb Things Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14388


WE-AB-TRACK 1 How Low Can CT Dose Go? Future Dose Reduction Technologies
Introduction
Presented by Marc Kachelriess, PhD DKFZ Heidelberg, FS05
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14464


WE-AB-TRACK 1 How Low Can CT Dose Go? Future Dose Reduction Technologies
Tube MA and KV: Options for Automatic Exposure Control (AEC)
Presented by Joscha Maier German Cancer Research Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14465


WE-AB-TRACK 1 How Low Can CT Dose Go? Future Dose Reduction Technologies
Prefiltration: Optimization of X-Ray Spectra
Presented by Michael McNitt-Gray, PhD David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14466


WE-AB-TRACK 1 How Low Can CT Dose Go? Future Dose Reduction Technologies
Beam Shaping: Dynamic Fluence Field Modulation Techniques
Presented by Grace Jianan Gang, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14467


WE-AB-TRACK 1 How Low Can CT Dose Go? Future Dose Reduction Technologies
Quality Control: Are the Dose Reduction Claims Justified?
Presented by Frederic Noo University Utah
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14468


WE-AB-TRACK 1 How Low Can CT Dose Go? Future Dose Reduction Technologies
Summary and Outlook
Presented by Marc Kachelriess, PhD DKFZ Heidelberg, FS05
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14469


WE-AB-TRACK 1 How Low Can CT Dose Go? Future Dose Reduction Technologies Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14470


WE-AB-TRACK 4 Molecular Imaging Guided Interventions
Molecular Imaging Guidance of Surgical Procedures - Review and Current Status
Presented by Fijs Van Leeuwen Leiden University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14491


WE-AB-TRACK 4 Molecular Imaging Guided Interventions
Practice and Prospects for PET/CT Guided Interventions
Presented by Assen Kirov, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14492


WE-AB-TRACK 4 Molecular Imaging Guided Interventions
Standardizing the Use of FDG-PET in Radiotherapy for Consistency in Imaging, Treatment Planning and Treatment Assessment
Presented by Shiva Das, PhD Univ North Carolina
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14493


WE-AB-TRACK 4 Molecular Imaging Guided Interventions
Molecular Imaging Guided Focused Ultrasound
Presented by Andreas Meltzer, University Leipzig
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14899


WE-AB-TRACK 4 Molecular Imaging Guided Interventions Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14494


WE-A-TRACK 2 Development of New Affordable Medical Physics Technology for the Developing World
IAEA Activities in Imaging: The Success Stories
Presented by Virginia Tsapaki, PhD International Atomic Energy Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14475


WE-A-TRACK 2 Development of New Affordable Medical Physics Technology for the Developing World
IAEA Remote and Automated QC for Diagnostic and Mammographic Facilities
Presented by Douglas Pfeiffer, MS Boulder Community Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14476


WE-A-TRACK 2 Development of New Affordable Medical Physics Technology for the Developing World
Low-Cost Healthcare Solutions for Tuberculosis Screening and Pregnancy Risk Prediction Using X-Ray, Ultrasound and Deep Learning
Presented by Bram van Ginneken University Hospital Utrecht
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14477


WE-A-TRACK 2 Development of New Affordable Medical Physics Technology for the Developing World
Despite Popular Belief Kilovoltage X-Rays Can Go a Long Way
Presented by Magdalena Bazalova-Carter, PhD University of Victoria
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14478


WE-A-TRACK 2 Development of New Affordable Medical Physics Technology for the Developing World Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14479


WE-A-TRACK 5 Point/Counterpoint: Most Pediatric Patients Should Be Treated at Proton Therapy Centers
Overview of Pediatric Radiotherapy: Photon, Proton, and Beyond
Presented by Chia-Ho Hua, PhD St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14495


WE-A-TRACK 5 Point/Counterpoint: Most Pediatric Patients Should Be Treated at Proton Therapy Centers
For the Proposition: Proton Therapy is Technically Superior to Photon Therapy
Presented by Stella Flampouri, PhD Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14496


WE-A-TRACK 5 Point/Counterpoint: Most Pediatric Patients Should Be Treated at Proton Therapy Centers
Against the Proposition: Photon Therapy is More Versatile and Delivery is Less Uncertain Than Proton Therapy
Presented by Ping Xia, PhD The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14497


WE-A-TRACK 5 Point/Counterpoint: Most Pediatric Patients Should Be Treated at Proton Therapy Centers
For the Proposition: Proton Therapy for Pediatric Patients: Positively Necessary
Presented by Dennis Mah, PhD Procure Treatment Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14498


WE-A-TRACK 5 Point/Counterpoint: Most Pediatric Patients Should Be Treated at Proton Therapy Centers
Against the Proposition: Very Few Pediatric Patients Will Clinically Benefit from Protons Over Photons (Does Every Gy Matter?)
Presented by Arthur Olch, PhD Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14499


WE-A-TRACK 5 Point/Counterpoint: Most Pediatric Patients Should Be Treated at Proton Therapy Centers Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14500


WE-A-TRACK 6 Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise - Radiation Oncology Progress Report and Open House
Profile Updates
Presented by Scott Hadley, PhD The University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14408


WE-A-TRACK 6 Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise - Radiation Oncology Progress Report and Open House
Profile Testing and Connectathon
Presented by Walter Bosch, DSc Washington University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14409


WE-A-TRACK 6 Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise - Radiation Oncology Progress Report and Open House Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14410


WE-B-TRACK 5 Joint AAPM-ESTRO Symposium: Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Radiotherapy Practice
AI for Segmentation in Clinical Practice: How to Get to Fast Implementation?
Presented by Mark Gooding Mirada Medical
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14501


WE-B-TRACK 5 Joint AAPM-ESTRO Symposium: Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Radiotherapy Practice
AI in Treatment Planning: How to Move Forward?
Presented by Laurence Edward Court, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14502


WE-B-TRACK 5 Joint AAPM-ESTRO Symposium: Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Radiotherapy Practice
AI for Predicting Outcomes: Where to Start?
Presented by Olivier Morin, PhD University of California San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14503


WE-B-TRACK 5 Joint AAPM-ESTRO Symposium: Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Radiotherapy Practice Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14504


WE-B-TRACK 6 Are You the One Dropping the Ball? Tools, Tips and Tricks for Improving Workplace Efficiency in the Clinical and Research Setting
From the “Procrastination Equation” to “Getting Things Done”
Presented by Parminder Basran, PhD Cornell University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14415


WE-B-TRACK 6 Are You the One Dropping the Ball? Tools, Tips and Tricks for Improving Workplace Efficiency in the Clinical and Research Setting
Tools, Tips and Tricks for Improving Research Productivity
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, PhD Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14416


WE-B-TRACK 6 Are You the One Dropping the Ball? Tools, Tips and Tricks for Improving Workplace Efficiency in the Clinical and Research Setting
IT Locked You Down? Tips for Improving Clinical Productivity Using Typical Health Authority Infrastructure
Presented by Thorarin Bjarnason, PhD Interior Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14417


WE-B-TRACK 6 Are You the One Dropping the Ball? Tools, Tips and Tricks for Improving Workplace Efficiency in the Clinical and Research Setting Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14418


WE-CD-TRACK 2 Advances of Radiomics and Genomics in Cancer Management
Radiomics & Deep Learning in Radiogenomics and Diagnostic Imaging
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14450


WE-CD-TRACK 2 Advances of Radiomics and Genomics in Cancer Management
Radiomics and Genomics: Emerging Methods for Data Integration
Presented by Joseph Deasy, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14451


WE-CD-TRACK 2 Advances of Radiomics and Genomics in Cancer Management
Genomics Applications in Gastrointestinal Cancers: From Screening to Therapy
Presented by Isabella Tai BC Cancer Agency At Vancouver
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14452


WE-CD-TRACK 2 Advances of Radiomics and Genomics in Cancer Management
Applications and Challenges Using Radiomics for Radiation Therapy Treatment Assessment
Presented by Fang-Fang Yin, PhD Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14453


WE-CD-TRACK 2 Advances of Radiomics and Genomics in Cancer Management Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14454


WE-CD-TRACK 4 Fluoroscopic Dose Tracking: Trials, Tribulations, and Successes
An Example Pre-, Intra- and Post-Procedure Clinical Workflow for General Fluoroscopy and FGI Procedures
Presented by Bryan Schwarz, PhD University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14455


WE-CD-TRACK 4 Fluoroscopic Dose Tracking: Trials, Tribulations, and Successes
Fluoroscopy Dose Tracking: Experiences with Homegrown, Non-Commercial Solutions
Presented by Ryan Fisher, PhD MetroHealth
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14456


WE-CD-TRACK 4 Fluoroscopic Dose Tracking: Trials, Tribulations, and Successes
Fluoroscopy Dose Tracking: A Guide from Acquiring Data to Creating National Benchmarks
Presented by Olav Christianson Landauer Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14457


WE-CD-TRACK 4 Fluoroscopic Dose Tracking: Trials, Tribulations, and Successes Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14458


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success
Building Bridges with Medical Physics Equipment: The AAPM/IOMP Equipment Donation Program
Presented by Stephanie Parker, MS Wake Forest Baptist Health High Point Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14480


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success
IAEA Perspective on the Role and Responsibilities of Medical Physicists in Radiation Protection of Patients
Presented by Debbie Gilley, MPA IAEA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14481


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success
A Decade of Radiating Hope - Lessons Learned, Obstacles and Opportunities
Presented by Peter Sandwall, PhD Riverside Methodist Hospital Ohio Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14482


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success
Telehealth Brigades: A Way for All to Join the Mission
Presented by Benjamin Li Rayos Contra Cancer
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14483


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success
Status of Medical Physics in Africa - A Kenyan Perspective
Presented by Aggrey Wakhule Kenyatta National Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14484


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success
Insight from Industry: How *not* to Promote the Safe & Effective Adoption of Radiotherapy in LMIC
Presented by Cleverson Perceu Lopes Hospital Albert Einstein
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14485


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success
Connecting the Dots: Panel Discussion
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14486


WE-CD-TRACK 6 International Symposium: AAPM and International Activities-Bending Silos to Foster Success Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14490


WE-C-TRACK 3 Small Animal Radiotherapy: What’s New?
The Potential of Automated QA in Radiation Biology Using Comprehensive EPID-Based QA Tools for Image-Guided Small Animal Irradiators
Presented by Yannick Poirier, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14509


WE-C-TRACK 3 Small Animal Radiotherapy: What’s New?
A Novel Platform for Efficient Small Animal IMRT
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14510


WE-C-TRACK 3 Small Animal Radiotherapy: What’s New?
Preclinical Models for Radiation Induced Normal Tissue Toxicity
Presented by Mihaela Ghita CCRCB
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14511


WE-C-TRACK 3 Small Animal Radiotherapy: What’s New? Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14512


WE-C-TRACK 5 An Immuno-Oncology Primer for Physicists
Immuno 101 in the RT Context
Presented by Jonathan Schoenfeld Harvard/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14471


WE-C-TRACK 5 An Immuno-Oncology Primer for Physicists
Modeling Impact of RT On the Immune Status of the Host
Presented by Jian-Yue Jin, PhD University Hospitals, Case Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14473


WE-C-TRACK 5 An Immuno-Oncology Primer for Physicists Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14474


WE-D-TRACK 5 Physics Requirements for Implementing a Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (RPT) Program
Clinician’s Perspective/Experience
Presented by Bennett Greenspan, MD None
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14433


WE-D-TRACK 5 Physics Requirements for Implementing a Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (RPT) Program
Radiation Safety and QA for Fixed Activity
Presented by Stephen Graves University of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14434


WE-D-TRACK 5 Physics Requirements for Implementing a Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (RPT) Program
Advanced Physics and Dosimetry Topics
Presented by Robert Hobbs, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14435


WE-D-TRACK 5 Physics Requirements for Implementing a Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (RPT) Program Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14436


WE-EF-TRACK 3 Radiation Therapy in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
Introduction and History of AI
Presented by Dan Nguyen, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 14443


WE-EF-TRACK 3 Radiation Therapy in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
AI in Medical Imaging
Presented by Hua Li, PhD Carle Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 14444


WE-EF-TRACK 3 Radiation Therapy in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
AI in Treatment Planning
Presented by Steve Jiang, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14445


WE-EF-TRACK 3 Radiation Therapy in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
AI in Outcome and Toxicity Prediction
Presented by Johan Van Soest Maastricht University Medical Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 14446


WE-EF-TRACK 3 Radiation Therapy in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
AI in the Clinic: Error Detection and Prevention
Presented by Leigh Conroy, PhD The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 8 responding
VLID: 14447


WE-EF-TRACK 3 Radiation Therapy in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
A Road Map for Robust AI
Presented by Gilmer Valdes, PhD University of California San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14448


WE-EF-TRACK 3 Radiation Therapy in the Era of Artificial Intelligence Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14449


WE-E-TRACK 1 Hot Topics in Breast MRI
The Radiologist’s Perspective of Breast MRI
Presented by Kirti Kulkarni University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14505


WE-E-TRACK 1 Hot Topics in Breast MRI
Who’s Afraid of Gadolinium? A Review of the Evidence
Presented by Jennifer McDonald Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14506


WE-E-TRACK 1 Hot Topics in Breast MRI
Fast, Low Contrast, and No Contrast Techniques for Breast MRI
Presented by Federico Pineda, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14507


WE-E-TRACK 4 Current Status and Issues with Dental and Maxillofacial CBCT: Potential Methodologies for Quality Control and Management of this Technology
Suggestions for Testing Evaluation of Dental and Maxillofacial CBCT
Presented by Dimitris Mihailidis, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14411


WE-E-TRACK 4 Current Status and Issues with Dental and Maxillofacial CBCT: Potential Methodologies for Quality Control and Management of this Technology
Dose Metrics and Practical Dose Measurements for Dental and Maxillofacial CBCT
Presented by Eric Gingold, PhD Thomas Jefferson University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14412


WE-E-TRACK 4 Current Status and Issues with Dental and Maxillofacial CBCT: Potential Methodologies for Quality Control and Management of this Technology
Regulatory and Accreditation Considerations
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14413


WE-E-TRACK 4 Current Status and Issues with Dental and Maxillofacial CBCT: Potential Methodologies for Quality Control and Management of this Technology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14414


WE-E-TRACK 5 End to End (E2E) Testing in Radiation Therapy
Introduction to End-to-End (E2E) QA: Evidence of Its Benefits and Practical Considerations Implementing In-House E2E QA in the Clinic
Presented by L. John Schreiner, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14440


WE-E-TRACK 5 End to End (E2E) Testing in Radiation Therapy
Implementing Clinical and Pre-Clinical E2E QA
Presented by Mark Oldham, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14441


WE-E-TRACK 5 End to End (E2E) Testing in Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14442


WE-E-TRACK 6 Clinical Communication Training for Medical Physicists
The Importance and Impact of Physicist-Patient Interactions
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD University of California San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14419


WE-E-TRACK 6 Clinical Communication Training for Medical Physicists
Teaching Residents Effective Communication Skills
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14420


WE-E-TRACK 6 Clinical Communication Training for Medical Physicists
Teaching Graduate Students Effective Communication Skills
Presented by Laura Padilla, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14421


WE-E-TRACK 6 Clinical Communication Training for Medical Physicists
Implementing a Physicist-Patient Communication Program
Presented by Jay Burmeister, PhD Wayne State University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14422


WE-E-TRACK 6 Clinical Communication Training for Medical Physicists Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14423


WE-F-TRACK 4 Diagnostic Imaging and 100 mSv+ Doses
Do patient receive 100mSv+ from diagnostic scanning?
Presented by William Sensakovic, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14459


WE-F-TRACK 4 Diagnostic Imaging and 100 mSv+ Doses
Patients with Over 100 mSv Doses: Experience from Large Scale Studies to Assess the Magnitude
Presented by Madan Rehani, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14460


WE-F-TRACK 4 Diagnostic Imaging and 100 mSv+ Doses
Patients with Over 100 mSv Doses: Experience from Large Scale Studies to Assess the Magnitude
Presented by Megan Lipford, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 14461


WE-F-TRACK 4 Diagnostic Imaging and 100 mSv+ Doses Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14463


WE-F-TRACK 5 Dual Energy CT Applications in Radiotherapy
Dual Energy Computed Tomography for Proton Dose Calculation
Presented by Boon-Keng Kevin Teo, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14437


WE-F-TRACK 5 Dual Energy CT Applications in Radiotherapy
Applications of DECT: Tissue Differentiation, Treatment Response, and Function Assessment
Presented by Jessica Miller, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14438


WE-F-TRACK 5 Dual Energy CT Applications in Radiotherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14439


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams
What is Effective Communication and How to Use it to Lead your Diverse Radiation Oncology Team
Presented by Julianne Pollard-Larkin, PhD The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14424


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams
What is Unconscious Bias and How can we use Diversity, Inclusion and Equity to Combat It?
Presented by Laura Cervino, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14425


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams
Strategies for Women to Lean In on Radiation Oncology Teams
Presented by Kristi Hendrickson, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14426


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams
Strategies for Underrepresented Physicists to Lean In on Radiation Oncology Teams
Presented by Stephen Avery, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14427


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams
How to make your Radiation Oncology Team more Inclusive to Junior Physicists
Presented by Titania Juang, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14428


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams
Effective Communication is The Key to Highly Reliable Rad Onc Teams
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14429


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams
Effective Communication is the Key to Medical Physics Leadership
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21287-0006 UNITED STATES
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14898


WE-F-TRACK 6 Effective Communication for Leading Diverse Clinical Teams Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14432


TH-AB-TRACK 1 Joint EFOMP|AAPM Symposium: Total Body PET: The Ultimate Molecular Imaging Tool
State-Of-The-Art in Scanner Design and Technology
Presented by Simon Cherry, PhD University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14547


TH-AB-TRACK 1 Joint EFOMP|AAPM Symposium: Total Body PET: The Ultimate Molecular Imaging Tool
Future Developments and Challenges in Scanner Design
Presented by Joel Karp University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14548


TH-AB-TRACK 1 Joint EFOMP|AAPM Symposium: Total Body PET: The Ultimate Molecular Imaging Tool
Overview of Potential Clinical and Research Applications
Presented by Terry Jones University of California, Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14549


TH-AB-TRACK 1 Joint EFOMP|AAPM Symposium: Total Body PET: The Ultimate Molecular Imaging Tool
Possibilities and Challenges in Data Analysis
Presented by Adriaan Lammertsma Amsterdam University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14550


TH-AB-TRACK 1 Joint EFOMP|AAPM Symposium: Total Body PET: The Ultimate Molecular Imaging Tool Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14551


TH-A-TRACK 2 Next Steps in Image-Guided Surgery: Improvements in Planning and Delivery
Photonics for Guiding, Monitoring and Treating in Surgical Procedures
Presented by Robert Weersink University Health Network
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.1 (higher is better), with 9 responding
VLID: 14552


TH-A-TRACK 2 Next Steps in Image-Guided Surgery: Improvements in Planning and Delivery
Planning and Monitoring of MR-Guided Ablations
Presented by Elena Kaye Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14553


TH-A-TRACK 2 Next Steps in Image-Guided Surgery: Improvements in Planning and Delivery
Integration of Robotics and Navigation with Intra-Operative Imaging
Presented by Ali Uneri Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14554


TH-A-TRACK 2 Next Steps in Image-Guided Surgery: Improvements in Planning and Delivery Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14555


TH-A-TRACK 6 Scope of Practice, Code of Ethics, and Liability in Clinical Medical Physics Practice
AAPM Perspectives on Scope of Practice, Ethics and Liability for Medical Physicists in the Land of Opportunity
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14522


TH-A-TRACK 6 Scope of Practice, Code of Ethics, and Liability in Clinical Medical Physics Practice
COMP Perspectives on Scope of Practice, Ethics and Liability for Medical Physicists in the Great White North
Presented by Charles Kirkby, PhD Jack Ady Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14523


TH-A-TRACK 6 Scope of Practice, Code of Ethics, and Liability in Clinical Medical Physics Practice
Clinical Medical Physicist Perspectives on Scope of Practice, Ethics, and Liability
Presented by Bassem Elshahat, PhD Memorial University of Newfoundland
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14524


TH-A-TRACK 6 Scope of Practice, Code of Ethics, and Liability in Clinical Medical Physics Practice Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14525


TH-B-TRACK 2 Image Guided Ablation: Is It Heating Up or Cooling Down?
MR-Guided Microwave and Cryo Ablation
Presented by Krzysztof Gorny, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14542


TH-B-TRACK 2 Image Guided Ablation: Is It Heating Up or Cooling Down?
MR-Guided Laser Ablation in Oncology
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14543


TH-B-TRACK 2 Image Guided Ablation: Is It Heating Up or Cooling Down?
VT Ablation with External Beam Radiotherapy
Presented by Amanda Deisher, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14544


TH-B-TRACK 2 Image Guided Ablation: Is It Heating Up or Cooling Down?
3D Ultrasound-Guided Focal Liver Tumor Ablation
Presented by Aaron Fenster, PhD Robarts Research Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14545


TH-B-TRACK 5 Outcome Modeling and Response Prediction
Introduction: Outcome Modeling and Response Prediction from Analytic to Data-Driven
Presented by X. Allen Li, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14537


TH-B-TRACK 5 Outcome Modeling and Response Prediction
Radiomics and Radiogenomics Modeling with Machine Learning
Presented by Issam El Naqa, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14538


TH-B-TRACK 5 Outcome Modeling and Response Prediction
Multimodality Radiomics and deep Learning for Outcome Modeling: Application in Head & Neck Cancer
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD Medical Physics Unit, McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14539


TH-B-TRACK 5 Outcome Modeling and Response Prediction
Opportunities and Challenges of Outcome Modeling & Response Prediction for Radiation Therapy
Presented by X. Sharon Qi, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14540


TH-B-TRACK 5 Outcome Modeling and Response Prediction Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14541


TH-B-TRACK 6 The Evolution of the ABR Certification Program to its Current State
Historical Perspective of the ABR
Presented by Matthew Podgorsak, PhD Roswell Park Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14529


TH-B-TRACK 6 The Evolution of the ABR Certification Program to its Current State
The Initial Certification (IC) Program
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD University Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14530


TH-B-TRACK 6 The Evolution of the ABR Certification Program to its Current State
The Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program
Presented by Robert Pooley, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14531


TH-B-TRACK 6 The Evolution of the ABR Certification Program to its Current State Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14532


TH-CD-TRACK 2 Dosimetry for Radionuclide Therapies: How do we get there and where can it take us?
Quantitative SPECT and PET in Absorbed Dose Calculations for Radionuclide Therapies
Presented by John Sunderland University of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14513


TH-CD-TRACK 2 Dosimetry for Radionuclide Therapies: How do we get there and where can it take us?
Calculating and Reporting Absorbed Dose from Radionuclide Therapies
Presented by Sara St. James, PhD UCSF
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14514


TH-CD-TRACK 2 Dosimetry for Radionuclide Therapies: How do we get there and where can it take us?
Mathematical Models to Improve Prediction of Absorbed Dose from 90Y Microspheres
Presented by Emilie Roncali University Of California, Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14515


TH-CD-TRACK 2 Dosimetry for Radionuclide Therapies: How do we get there and where can it take us?
Optimizing Treatment with Radionuclide Therapy and Immunotherapy
Presented by Russell Rockne City of Hope
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14516


TH-CD-TRACK 2 Dosimetry for Radionuclide Therapies: How do we get there and where can it take us? Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14517


TH-CD-TRACK 3 Re-Irradiation Imaging, Planning and Biology
What We Know and Don't Know About Re-Irradiation: Review of the Literature
Presented by Mary Feng University of California San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14556


TH-CD-TRACK 3 Re-Irradiation Imaging, Planning and Biology
Treatment Planning and Special Medical Physics Approaches
Presented by Martha Matuszak, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14557


TH-CD-TRACK 3 Re-Irradiation Imaging, Planning and Biology
Radio-Biology of Re-Irradiation Getting Solid Evidence
Presented by Andrew Jackson, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14558


TH-CD-TRACK 3 Re-Irradiation Imaging, Planning and Biology
Pan Canadian Approaches to Re-Irradiation
Presented by Michael Milosevic Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and University Health Network
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14559


TH-CD-TRACK 3 Re-Irradiation Imaging, Planning and Biology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14561


TH-CD-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
Presented by Yu Liu, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14562


TH-CD-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
Ocean – RTI’s QA Software – How Can It Improve Workflow?
Presented by Erik Wikstrom Rti Group North America
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14563


TH-CD-TRACK 7 Imaging/Diagnostic QA Software
QA Solutions for Cone Beam and Computed Tomography QA
Presented by Felix Schofer QUART
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14564


TH-C-TRACK 4 NCRP 184 - Radiation Exposure to Patients in the United States
Overview of NCRP 184 results with deep dive into CT & Nuclear Medicine exposures
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14518


TH-C-TRACK 4 NCRP 184 - Radiation Exposure to Patients in the United States
NCRP 184: Radiation Exposure to Pediatrics Patients
Presented by Donald Frush, MD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14519


TH-C-TRACK 4 NCRP 184 - Radiation Exposure to Patients in the United States
NCRP 184: Radiation Exposure from cardiac and non-cardiac interventional procedures
Presented by Donald Miller, MD Food and Drug Administration
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14520


TH-C-TRACK 4 NCRP 184 - Radiation Exposure to Patients in the United States Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 14521


TH-C-TRACK 5 Development of a Clinical Program for MR-Linac Technology: Tips from Installation to Clinical Implementation
MRI Safety in Radiation Oncology Environment
Presented by Jihong Wang, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14533


TH-C-TRACK 5 Development of a Clinical Program for MR-Linac Technology: Tips from Installation to Clinical Implementation
Clinical Readiness of an MR-Linac: Tips and Tricks
Presented by Brian Keller, PhD Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre, Department of Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 14534


TH-C-TRACK 5 Development of a Clinical Program for MR-Linac Technology: Tips from Installation to Clinical Implementation
Adaptive radiotherapy in an MR-Linac : Effective and streamlined implementation of an online adaptive RT Process
Presented by Jennifer Smilowitz, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 14535


TH-C-TRACK 6 Y-90: Physician and Physicist Perspectives
Professional and Practical Challenges in Y-90 Microspheres
Presented by Nathan Busse Denver Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 14526


TH-C-TRACK 6 Y-90: Physician and Physicist Perspectives
An Interventionalist's Perspective on Radioembolization: Technical Aspects, Clinical Management and Outcomes
Presented by Mamdouh Khayat Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 14527