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SU-AB-TRACK 2 2021 Annual Student Meeting: Beyond the Clinic - Medical Physics in Industry
Introduction
Presented by Ahtesham Ullah Khan University of Wisconsin - ADCL
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VLID: 15154


SU-AB-TRACK 2 2021 Annual Student Meeting: Beyond the Clinic - Medical Physics in Industry
Medical Physicists in Industry: Present and Future
Presented by Paul Naine Elekta, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15155


SU-AB-TRACK 2 2021 Annual Student Meeting: Beyond the Clinic - Medical Physics in Industry
Transitioning from a Clinical to an Industry Career
Presented by Maria Bellon, MS ViewRay Incorporated
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15156


SU-AB-TRACK 2 2021 Annual Student Meeting: Beyond the Clinic - Medical Physics in Industry
Beginning a Novel Career as a Medical Physicist
Presented by Christie Lin OnLume Inc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15157


SU-AB-TRACK 2 2021 Annual Student Meeting: Beyond the Clinic - Medical Physics in Industry
AAPM Initiatives to Promote Industry Careers
Presented by Ahtesham Ullah Khan University of Wisconsin - ADCL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15158


SU-AB-TRACK 2 2021 Annual Student Meeting: Beyond the Clinic - Medical Physics in Industry
Questions/Discussions/Interactive Exercise
Presented by Ahtesham Ullah Khan University of Wisconsin - ADCL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15159


SU-AB-TRACK 3 SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Introduction
Presented by Paul Nagy, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16136


SU-AB-TRACK 3 SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Challenges and Opportunities in Validation of AI for Medical Imaging
Presented by Bennett Landman Vanderbilt University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15065


SU-AB-TRACK 3 SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Harnessing AI to Enable Advanced Image-Guidance in Interventional Procedures
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15066


SU-AB-TRACK 3 SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Joint Optimization of Learning-Based Image Reconstruction and K-Space Trajectories for MRI
Presented by Jeffrey Fessler University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15067


SU-AB-TRACK 3 SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Standards-Based Integration of AI Tools Into Clinical Practice
Presented by Katherine Andriole, PhD Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15068


SU-AB-TRACK 3 SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Q&A
Presented by Jeffrey Siewerdsen, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16137


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
Introduction
Presented by Laurence Edward Court, PhD University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15233


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
The Real Impact of Cost On Patients
Presented by Chino Fumiko Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15234


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
Low-Cost X-Ray Treatment System
Presented by Michael Weil Sirius Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15235


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
Focused X-Ray Beams for Low-Cost Radiotherapy
Presented by Mohammad Reza Salehpour, PhD M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15236


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
A Rethink of the Linear Accelerator for Resource-Limited Environments
Presented by Taofeeq Ige National Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15237


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
A Rethink of the Linear Accelerator for Resource-Limited Environments
Presented by Manjit Dosahjh Cern
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15238


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
Factors Affecting Resource Utilization in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Per Halvorsen, MS Beth Israel - Lahey Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15239


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
Fully Automated Treatment Planning
Presented by Tucker Netherton, DMP MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15240


SU-AB-TRACK 5 Affordable Cancer Care for All
Q&A
Presented by Laurence Edward Court, PhD University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15241


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Clinical Implementation of MR-IGRT
Tools of the Trade: MR Linacs & Image Optimization for MRgART
Presented by Bas Raaymakers University Medical Center Utrecht
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15091


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Clinical Implementation of MR-IGRT
State of the ART 1: Low Field MRgART
Presented by Poonam Yadav, PhD School of Medicine and Public Health UW-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15092


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Clinical Implementation of MR-IGRT
State of the ART 2: High Field MRgART
Presented by Daniel Hyer, PhD University of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15093


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Clinical Implementation of MR-IGRT
Proof Is in the Plan: Pros and Cons of MRgART
Presented by Anil Sethi, PhD Loyola University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15094


SU-AB-TRACK 7 Clinical Implementation of MR-IGRT Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15095


SU-AB-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Presented by Sharareh Koufigar Piedmont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15251


SU-AB-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Presented by Kevinraj Sukumar Piedmont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16145


SU-AB-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Improving Patient Outcomes through Automation of Error Detection During Treatment
Presented by Jennifer Hamilton, MEng Sun Nuclear Corporation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15252


SU-AB-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Patient Specific QA Throughout Treatment
Presented by Mary Napolitano, PhD Standard Imaging, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15253


SU-AB-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Monte Carlo Based Patient QA Efficiency and Accuracy Through Automation and Prediction
Presented by Anthony Nagle Iba Dosimetry Gmbh
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 15254


SU-AB-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Fast, Independent, True 3D: SRS Patient QA for SIMT Plans with OCTAVIUS 4D 1600 SRS
Presented by Nicole Brand PTW North America Corporation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15255


SU-AB-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Q&A
Presented by Sharareh Koufigar Piedmont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15256


SU-A-TRACK 1 International Council Symposium: AAPM Global Engagement; Planning for the Future
Global Medical Physics Education and Training
Presented by Stephen Avery, PhD UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15127


SU-A-TRACK 1 International Council Symposium: AAPM Global Engagement; Planning for the Future
Global Need Assessment
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: 15128


SU-A-TRACK 1 International Council Symposium: AAPM Global Engagement; Planning for the Future
Global Collaborations
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15129


SU-A-TRACK 1 International Council Symposium: AAPM Global Engagement; Planning for the Future
Global Research and Scientific Innovation
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15130


SU-A-TRACK 1 International Council Symposium: AAPM Global Engagement; Planning for the Future
Global Data and Information Exchange
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15131


SU-A-TRACK 1 International Council Symposium: AAPM Global Engagement; Planning for the Future
Global Clinical Education and Training
Presented by Shada Wadi-Ramahi, PhD University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15132


SU-A-TRACK 1 International Council Symposium: AAPM Global Engagement; Planning for the Future
Q&A
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15133


SU-A-TRACK 4 Solid State PET in Radiology and Radiation Oncology: from SiPM to AI in the Clinic
Technologies and AI Features of SiPM PET Instrumentation
Presented by Jun Zhang The Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15053


SU-A-TRACK 4 Solid State PET in Radiology and Radiation Oncology: from SiPM to AI in the Clinic
Clinical Considerations of SiPM PET in Radiology and Radiation Oncology
Presented by Stephen Bowen, PhD University of Washington, School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15054


SU-A-TRACK 4 Solid State PET in Radiology and Radiation Oncology: from SiPM to AI in the Clinic
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Jun Zhang The Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15055


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Curbing the Errors From Automated Tools Based On An FMEA of An AI-Based Treatment Planning System
Presented by Kelly Nealon, MS The University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15161


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Generalizability Study of a Fluence Map Prediction Network
Presented by Lin Ma University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15162


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Inverse Treatment Planning Using a Virtual Treatment Planner (VTP) for Prostate Cancer Treated with Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy
Presented by Damon Sprouts, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15163


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Predicting Daily Record of Machine Performance Check Using Multi-Long Short-Term Memory Neural Networks
Presented by Min Ma National Cancer Center/National Clinical Research Center for Cancer/Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15164


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Towards Automatic Metastasis-Directed Therapy Planning in a Three-Dimensional Beam Model Using Reinforcement Learning
Presented by William Hrinivich, PhD Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15165


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Towards Interpretable Intelligent Automatic Treatment Planning in Radiotherapy: Understanding the Decision-Making Behaviors of a Hierarchical Deep Reinforcement Learning Based Virtual Treatment Planner Network
Presented by Chenyang Shen, PhD University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15166


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Treatment Parameters That Impact IROC SRS Phantom Performance Evaluated Using AI
Presented by Hunter Mehrens UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15167


SU-A-TRACK 6 Artificial Intelligence in Treatment Planning and Delivery Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15168


SU-B-TRACK 1 Joint Council Symposium: Creativity in Medical Physics
Introduction
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15142


SU-B-TRACK 1 Joint Council Symposium: Creativity in Medical Physics
Virtual Fellowships: A Novel Approach to Undergraduate Research Training and Mentorship
Presented by Parminder Basran, PhD Cornell University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15143


SU-B-TRACK 1 Joint Council Symposium: Creativity in Medical Physics
Extending AAPM Leadership to Advance Data Science in the Age of COVID-19
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15144


SU-B-TRACK 1 Joint Council Symposium: Creativity in Medical Physics
Sailing the High C’s
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15145


SU-B-TRACK 1 Joint Council Symposium: Creativity in Medical Physics
Q&A
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15146


SU-B-TRACK 4 WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium: Novel and Theranostic PET Agents
Theranostics and PET/MR
Presented by Thomas Hope UCSF
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15061


SU-B-TRACK 4 WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium: Novel and Theranostic PET Agents
Novel Theranostics
Presented by Suzanne Lapi University of Alabama at Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15062


SU-B-TRACK 4 WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium: Novel and Theranostic PET Agents
Developing Novel PET Tracers for Brain Imaging
Presented by Neil Vasdev University of Toronto
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15063


SU-B-TRACK 4 WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium: Novel and Theranostic PET Agents Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15064


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning
A Fully Automated Approach for Labeling, Contouring, and Treatment Planning of Vertebral Bodies, Including Automatic Verification to Prevent Errors
Presented by Tucker Netherton, DMP MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15169


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning
AI Agent Competing with Human in Planning Challenge: A Human-Expert Level Virtual Treatment Planner Network for Prostate Cancer Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT)
Presented by Chenyang Shen, PhD University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15170


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning
Evaluating the Clinical Acceptability of Deep Learning Contours in Prostate Radiotherapy
Presented by Jingwei Duan University of Kentucky
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15171


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning
Managing Tumor Changes During Fractionated Radiotherapy: Evaluation On a Deep-Learning-Based Predictive Model and a Re-Planning Strategy
Presented by Ruiqi Li UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15172


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning
Mapping Motion-Induced Dose Variations On Bladder Surfaces: A Novel Surface-Based Dose Modeling for Accurate Dose Assessment in Fractionated Prostate Cancer Radiotherapy
Presented by Yi Lao University of California, Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15173


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning
Towards Daily Online Adaptive SBRT for Pancreatic Cancer: Dosimetric Analysis of Daily Adaptive Re-Planning Using Re-Optimization and Dose Escalation Techniques
Presented by Joshua Niedzielski, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15174


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning
Online Adaptive Radiotherapy: Assessment of Planning Technique and On-Table Adaptive Plan Quality
Presented by Kathryn Mittauer, PhD Miami Cancer Institute, Baptist Health South Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15175


SU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging in Treatment Planning Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15176


SU-CD-TRACK 2 Fluoroscopy Dose Management
MPPG #12: Fluoroscopy Dose Management
Presented by Ryan Fisher, PhD MetroHealth
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15081


SU-CD-TRACK 2 Fluoroscopy Dose Management
First CPT Code for Diagnostic Medical Physics: What to Know and How to Use This Code
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15082


SU-CD-TRACK 2 Fluoroscopy Dose Management
ACR Dose Index Registry for Fluoroscopy (DIR-Fluoro)
Presented by A. Jones, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15083


SU-CD-TRACK 2 Fluoroscopy Dose Management
Audience Q & A
Presented by Ryan Fisher, PhD MetroHealth
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15084


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center: Imaging in Covid
Overview of MIDRC and COVID-19 AI Research Projects
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15070


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center: Imaging in Covid
Image Quality and Harmonization in MIDRC
Presented by Paul Kinahan, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15071


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center: Imaging in Covid
Rigorous Validation, Appropriate Metrics, and Task-Based Distribution of Data for Evaluating COVID-19 AI
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: 15072


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center: Imaging in Covid
Rigorous Validation, Appropriate Metrics, and Task-Based Distribution of Data for Evaluating COVID-19 AI
Presented by Kyle Myers, PhD Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories,FDA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15073


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center: Imaging in Covid
Grand Challenges Through MIDRC
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15074


SU-CD-TRACK 3 Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center: Imaging in Covid
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15075


SU-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Automatic Segmentation, Treatment Planning and QA
Deep Learning Automated Segmentation for Radiation Therapy Planning
Presented by Harini Veeraraghavan Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15040


SU-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Automatic Segmentation, Treatment Planning and QA
Automation in Treatment Planning Process
Presented by Qing-Rong Jackie Wu, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15041


SU-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Automatic Segmentation, Treatment Planning and QA
Advances in Quality Assurance Through Automation
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15042


SU-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Automatic Segmentation, Treatment Planning and QA
Thoughts on The Clinical Implementation of AI Tools In Treatment Planning Process
Presented by Steve Jiang, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15043


SU-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Automatic Segmentation, Treatment Planning and QA Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15044


SU-C-TRACK 1 Education Council Symposium: Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Innovative Approaches to Didactic and Clinical Training
Introduction
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15135


SU-C-TRACK 1 Education Council Symposium: Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Innovative Approaches to Didactic and Clinical Training
It Only Took a Pandemic: Engaging Online Students with Active Learning Strategies
Presented by Izabella Barreto, PhD University of Florida College of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15136


SU-C-TRACK 1 Education Council Symposium: Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Innovative Approaches to Didactic and Clinical Training
Using Digital Training Tools to Address Resident Training During a Pandemic
Presented by Christopher Watchman, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15137


SU-C-TRACK 1 Education Council Symposium: Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Innovative Approaches to Didactic and Clinical Training
Silver Linings: Tools I Will Take with Me When I Leave Virtual Teaching Behind
Presented by Victor Montemayor, PhD Germantown Academy
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15138


SU-C-TRACK 1 Education Council Symposium: Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Innovative Approaches to Didactic and Clinical Training
Post-Pandemic Education and Training: Will We Do More Than Just Endure?
Presented by Jay Burmeister, PhD Wayne State University, Karmanos Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15139


SU-C-TRACK 1 Education Council Symposium: Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Innovative Approaches to Didactic and Clinical Training
Q&A
Presented by Jay Burmeister, PhD Wayne State University, Karmanos Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15140


SU-C-TRACK 4 Novel Imaging Technologies for Motion Management in Radiotherapy
4D-MRI, Motion and Beyond
Presented by Wensha Yang, PhD Keck School of Medicine of USC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15057


SU-C-TRACK 4 Novel Imaging Technologies for Motion Management in Radiotherapy
4D-CBCT: Where Are We and What's Next?
Presented by Lei Ren, PhD University of Maryland
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15058


SU-C-TRACK 4 Novel Imaging Technologies for Motion Management in Radiotherapy
Data Driven Gated PET/CT
Presented by Tinsu Pan, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15059


SU-C-TRACK 4 Novel Imaging Technologies for Motion Management in Radiotherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15060


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET
A Robust Method to Quantitate Tracer Activity in Organs and Lesions with Clinical SPECT/CT Systems
Presented by Judy James, PhD Loyola University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15177


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET
Harmonization of Four PET Scanners Through the Use of a Uniformity Phantom and a Sphere Simulation Tool
Presented by Daniel Gomez Cardona, MS Gundersen Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15178


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET
BEST IN PHYSICS (IMAGING): Image Quality and Lesion Detectability in New DDG-PET/CT Utilizing 50% of PET Data
Presented by Allan Thomas UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15179


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET
Longitudinal PET/CT Imaging of 64Cu for Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Dosimetry
Presented by Michael Merrick University of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15180


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET
NCINM2.0: Organ Dose Calculator for Patients Undergoing Nuclear Medicine Procedures - Implementation of the ICRP Reference Phantoms and Biokinetic Models
Presented by Choonsik Lee, PhD National Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15181


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET
Organ Doses Following Intra-Hepatic-Arterial Administration of 99mTc-MAA in Planning Dosimetry for 90Y-SIRT
Presented by Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15182


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET
Uncertainty Propagation Methods for Personalized, Image-Based 131-Iodine SPECT/CT Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Dosimetry
Presented by David Adam, MS University of Wisconsin- Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15183


SU-C-TRACK 6 Nuclear Medicine and PET Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15184


SU-C-TRACK 7 Bottleneck Issues in the Clinic Implementation of Monte Carlo Method in Proton Therapy
Bottleneck Issues in Proton Monte Carlo Clinical Implementation and Companion Imaging Techniques – Report of NRG Survey Results
Presented by Liyong Lin, PhD Emory Proton Therapy Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15096


SU-C-TRACK 7 Bottleneck Issues in the Clinic Implementation of Monte Carlo Method in Proton Therapy
Proton Monte Carlo Platforms – Treatment Planning and Latest Developments
Presented by Jan Schuemann, PhD Physics Division, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15097


SU-C-TRACK 7 Bottleneck Issues in the Clinic Implementation of Monte Carlo Method in Proton Therapy
Dual Energy Computed Tomography, Metal Artifact Reduction and Photon Counting Detectors – Latest Development and Potential for Monte Carlo Dose Calculation
Presented by Shuai Leng, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15098


SU-C-TRACK 7 Bottleneck Issues in the Clinic Implementation of Monte Carlo Method in Proton Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15099


SU-D-TRACK 1 Professional Council Symposium: Professional Skills for Future Medical Physicists: A Case Study Example
Introduction
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 15148


SU-D-TRACK 1 Professional Council Symposium: Professional Skills for Future Medical Physicists: A Case Study Example
A View of Clinical Trials from Industry
Presented by Rebecca Fahrig, PhD Siemens Healthcare GmbH
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VLID: 15149


SU-D-TRACK 1 Professional Council Symposium: Professional Skills for Future Medical Physicists: A Case Study Example
A View of Clinical Trials from Education
Presented by Wayne Newhauser, PhD Louisiana State University
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VLID: 15150


SU-D-TRACK 1 Professional Council Symposium: Professional Skills for Future Medical Physicists: A Case Study Example
A View of Clinical Trials from Academia
Presented by Robert Nishikawa, PhD University of Pittsburgh
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VLID: 15151


SU-D-TRACK 1 Professional Council Symposium: Professional Skills for Future Medical Physicists: A Case Study Example
Q&A
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 15152


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management
A Subject-Specific 5D Cardiac and Respiratory Motion Model Reconstructed From Free-Breathing 2D Cine MRIs
Presented by Xue Wu Washington University in Saint Louis
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VLID: 15209


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management
Automated Predictive Models for Lung ART
Presented by James Kavanaugh Washington University in St. Louis
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VLID: 15210


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management
Biomechanical Simulation of Lung Motion for Tumor Position Estimation During Radiation Therapy
Presented by Maida Ranjbar UMBC/UMB
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15211


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management
Motion Management During Breath-Hold SBRT Liver Treatments: External Optical Monitoring Is Not Adequate – First Results of the TROG 17.03 Liver Ablative Radiotherapy with KIM (LARK)
Presented by Doan Trang Nguyen University of Technology Sydney
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VLID: 15212


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management
Reconstruction of DRR-Like KV-DR Using CycleGAN-Based Image Synthesis for Intra- and Extracranial SRT/SRS
Presented by Dongyeon Lee Yonsei University
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VLID: 15213


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management
Respiratory Adaptive Computed Tomography (REACT) to Reduce Artifacts in Helical 4DCT Scans
Presented by Elshin Mathias University of Sydney
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VLID: 15214


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management
Towards Closed-Loop Control Head Motion Correction with Soft Actuators in MRI-LINAC Systems
Presented by Olalekan Ogunmolu University of Pennsylvania
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VLID: 15215


SU-D-TRACK 4 Motion Assessment and Management Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15216


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
A Systematic Approach to Balancing Radiotherapy Risk Management and Infection Control During a Pandemic
Presented by Naveed Islam UPMC Shadyside/UPMC Hillman Cancer Center
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VLID: 15185


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
Application of Machinery FMEA (MFMEA) for the Risk Assessment of Machine Issues Using An In-House Electronic Reporting System
Presented by Troy Teo, PhD Northwestern Memorial Hospital
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VLID: 15186


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
Automatic Detection of Vertebral Body Misalignment Errors in Cone-Beam CT Guided Radiotherapy Using a Convolutional Neural Network
Presented by Dishane Luximon
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VLID: 15187


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
Multi-Institutional Validation of a Convolutional Neural Network-Based Approach to the Detection of Vertebral Body Misalignments in Planar X-Ray Setup Images
Presented by Rachel Petragallo UCLA
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VLID: 15188


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
Radiotherapy Application of Causal Analysis Based On Systems Theory (CAST)
Presented by Lawrence Wong Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
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VLID: 15189


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
The Utility of Medical Physics Proton Peer Review for Clinical Trials
Presented by Paige Taylor, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 15190


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
Development of a Text-Mining Based Methodology for the Identification of Trending Topics in a Radiation Oncology Incident Learning Database
Presented by Ryan Price, PhD University of Utah
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VLID: 15191


SU-D-TRACK 6 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15192


SU-D-TRACK 7 Current Status of Proton Thoracic Radiotherapy
Treatment Planning and Delivery for Proton Thoracic Therapy – An US Center’s Experience
Presented by Heng Li Johns Hopkins Medicine
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VLID: 15100


SU-D-TRACK 7 Current Status of Proton Thoracic Radiotherapy
Treatment Planning and Delivery for Proton Thoracic Therapy – A European Center’s Experience
Presented by Stefan Both, PhD University Medical Center Groningen
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VLID: 15101


SU-D-TRACK 7 Current Status of Proton Thoracic Radiotherapy
Parallels and Intersections in Thoracic Proton Therapy
Presented by Stella Flampouri, PhD Emory University
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VLID: 15102


SU-D-TRACK 7 Current Status of Proton Thoracic Radiotherapy
Q&A
Presented by Stella Flampouri, PhD Emory University
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VLID: 15103


SU-EF-TRACK 2 Non-anger Gamma Cameras: Physics, Quality Control and Evaluation
Dedicated Myocardial Perfusion Imagers
Presented by Piotr Slomka, PhD Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
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VLID: 15086


SU-EF-TRACK 2 Non-anger Gamma Cameras: Physics, Quality Control and Evaluation
Large Field-Of-View Pixelated Gamma Cameras
Presented by Leonard Zimmermann, MS University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
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VLID: 15087


SU-EF-TRACK 2 Non-anger Gamma Cameras: Physics, Quality Control and Evaluation
New and Innovative CZT-Based Gamma Cameras
Presented by Michael O'Connor, PhD Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 15088


SU-EF-TRACK 2 Non-anger Gamma Cameras: Physics, Quality Control and Evaluation
Audience Q & A
Presented by William Erwin, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 15089


SU-EF-TRACK 4 State-of-the-art in MRI-guided Radiotherapy
Introduction to the State-Of-The-Art in MRI-Guided Radiotherapy
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD University of Wisconsin
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VLID: 15045


SU-EF-TRACK 4 State-of-the-art in MRI-guided Radiotherapy
Next-Generation Target Tracking Using MRI Guidance
Presented by Paul Liu The University of Sydney
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VLID: 15046


SU-EF-TRACK 4 State-of-the-art in MRI-guided Radiotherapy
MRI Fingerprinting
Presented by Dan Ma Case Western Reserve
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VLID: 15047


SU-EF-TRACK 4 State-of-the-art in MRI-guided Radiotherapy
Challenges and Solutions for Quantitative Imaging On Low-Field MR-Guided RT Systems
Presented by Nikolai Mickevicius University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15048


SU-EF-TRACK 4 State-of-the-art in MRI-guided Radiotherapy
Toward Patient-Specific Radiotherapy: Biologically Informed Tumor Targeting in Glioblastoma
Presented by Michelle Kim University Of Michigan
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VLID: 15049


SU-EF-TRACK 4 State-of-the-art in MRI-guided Radiotherapy
Standards to Reduce Variability in Quantitative MRI
Presented by Michael Boss, PhD American College of Radiology
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VLID: 15050


SU-EF-TRACK 4 State-of-the-art in MRI-guided Radiotherapy
Panel Discussion
Presented by Nikolai Mickevicius University of Wisconsin
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VLID: 15051


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Radiation Biology for Radiation Therapy Physicists
Introduction
Presented by Colin Orton, Wayne State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 16246


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Radiation Biology for Radiation Therapy Physicists
Introduction to Radiation Biology
Presented by Caridad Borras, DSc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15105


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Radiation Biology for Radiation Therapy Physicists
Radiobiological Basis of Conventional and Hypofractionated Radiotherapy
Presented by Colin Orton, PhD Wayne State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15106


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Radiation Biology for Radiation Therapy Physicists
Radiobiological Aspects of Proton and Heavy Ion Radiotherapy
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen
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VLID: 15107


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Radiation Biology for Radiation Therapy Physicists
Potential Radiobiological Mechanisms for FLASH Radiotherapy
Presented by Jian-Yue Jin, PhD University Hospitals, Case Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15108


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Radiation Biology for Radiation Therapy Physicists
Minimizing Secondary Adverse Effects of Radiation Therapy: QUANTEC and Newer Results
Presented by Joseph Deasy, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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VLID: 15109


SU-EF-TRACK 7 Radiation Biology for Radiation Therapy Physicists
Q&A
Presented by Caridad Borras, DSc
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VLID: 15110


SU-EF-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Presented by Vimal Desai, MS UW Health
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VLID: 15121


SU-EF-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Patient QA – A Solution for Every Clinic
Presented by Young Lee-Bartlett, PhD Elekta
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15122


SU-EF-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Varian QA Vision and SRS End-to-end Phantom
Presented by Ekta Jhala, Varian Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15123


SU-EF-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
ScandiDos Delta4 Discover Transmission Detector: A New Paradigm for Patient Safety and Quality Assurance
Presented by Jeremy Kunz, PhD University of Utah, Huntsman Cancer Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15124


SU-EF-TRACK 8 Patient-Specific QA Devices/Software
Q&A
Presented by Vimal Desai, MS UW Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15125


SU-E-TRACK 1 Establishing Efficient and Effective Systems for Policy and Procedures
Policies and Procedures: Why Bother, and Why Should the Physicist Play a Key Role?
Presented by Per Halvorsen, MS Beth Israel - Lahey Health
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VLID: 15112


SU-E-TRACK 1 Establishing Efficient and Effective Systems for Policy and Procedures
Policies and Procedures: Developing Policies and Procedures That Work for Your Clinic
Presented by Mohammad Bakhtiari, PhD William E. Kahlert Regional Cancer Center
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VLID: 15113


SU-E-TRACK 1 Establishing Efficient and Effective Systems for Policy and Procedures
Policies and Procedures: Practical Strategies for Effective Implementation and Maintenance
Presented by Kevin Moore UC San Diego
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VLID: 15114


SU-E-TRACK 1 Establishing Efficient and Effective Systems for Policy and Procedures
Audience Q&A
Presented by Mohammad Bakhtiari, PhD William E. Kahlert Regional Cancer Center
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VLID: 15115


SU-E-TRACK 3 Imaging Markers of Breast Cancer Risk
Breast Cancer Risk Markers From Mammography
Presented by Celine Vachon Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 15077


SU-E-TRACK 3 Imaging Markers of Breast Cancer Risk
Emerging AI Breast Imaging Applications
Presented by Elizabeth Morris University Of California, Davis
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VLID: 15078


SU-E-TRACK 3 Imaging Markers of Breast Cancer Risk
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Carrie Hruska, PhD Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 15079


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction
A Consensus Report From the Global Harmonisation Group On Clinical Trials: Report Dose-To-Medium
Presented by Stephen Kry, PhD University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 15217


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction
A GPU-Accelerated Monte Carlo Engine for Calculation of MLC-Collimated Electron Fields
Presented by Eric Brost, MS Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 15218


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction
Correlation of Treatment Time to Target Volume for GammaPod Treatments: A Simple Second Calculation"
Presented by Leah Chen
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VLID: 15219


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction
Introducing Kernel Truncation and Sparsity Into Dose Calculations for IMRT Optimization
Presented by Hunter Stephens Duke University
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VLID: 15220


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction
Polar Coordinate Based Pencil Beam Dose Calculation Algorithm for VMAT
Presented by Wen-Chih Tseng University of Florida
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VLID: 15221


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction
BEST IN PHYSICS (THERAPY): Clinical Implementation of AI-Based 3D Dose Prediction Model as Physician Directive Support Tool to Streamline Head and Neck Planning Process
Presented by maryam mashayekhi The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15222


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction
Prediction of Organ-At-Risk Doses Using An Artificial Intelligence Algorithm: Clinical Validation and Estimated Benefit to Treatment Planning for Lung SBRT
Presented by Patrik Brodin Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center
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VLID: 15223


SU-E-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Dose Calculation and Prediction Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15224


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing
A Multi-Modality Radiomics-Based Model for Recurrence Risk Stratification in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Presented by Jaryd Christie Western University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15196


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing
Computer-Assisted Diagnosis of Hepatic Portal Hypertension: A Novel, Attention-Guided Deep Learning Framework Based On CT Imaging and Laboratory Data Integration
Presented by Yuqi Wang Duke University
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VLID: 15195


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing
JACK KROHMER EARLY-CAREER INVESTIGATOR COMPETITION WINNER: Multi-Group Multi-Block Data Integration for Harmonizing 18F-FDG-PET/CT Radiomics Associated with Circulating Tumor Cells and Predicting Recurrence-Free Survival Across Independent Lung Cancer Radiotherapy Studies
Presented by Sang Ho Lee, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15197


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing
Multi-Institutional Data Analysis of Radiomic Signature Set to Predict Overall Survival in Glioblastoma Patients
Presented by Eric Carver Wayne State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15199


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing
Multi-Class Classification Based On Multi-Loss Strategy and Auxiliary Deep Learning Network with Applications in Medical Imaging
Presented by Zong Fan University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15198


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing
A Radiomics-Boosted Deep Learning Model for COVID-19 and Non-COVID-19 Pneumonia Detection Using Chest X-Ray Image
Presented by Zongsheng Hu Duke Kunshan University
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VLID: 15193


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing
Spatial Reconstruction of Statistically Significant Radiomics Signatures Using 3D Wavelet Decomposition in Tumors of Oropharyngeal Cancer
Presented by Hassan Bagher-Ebadian Henry Ford Health System
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VLID: 15194


SU-E-TRACK 6 Data Science, Radiomics, and Computing Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15200


SU-F-TRACK 1 Professional Economics Updates
Professional Economics Updates
Presented by Jonas Fontenot, PhD Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
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VLID: 15117


SU-F-TRACK 1 Professional Economics Updates
Professional Economics Updates
Presented by Wendy Smith Fuss, MPH Health Policy Solutions
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VLID: 15118


SU-F-TRACK 1 Professional Economics Updates
Audience Q&A
Presented by Jonas Fontenot, PhD Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
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VLID: 15119


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging
Anisotropies in Super-Resolution in 3D Magnification Mammography Using a Next-Generation Tomosynthesis System
Presented by Raymond Acciavatti Hospital of University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15243


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging
Histological Validation of Anatomical Imaging for Breast Modeling
Presented by Anando Sen UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15244


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging
Direct-Indirect Dual-Layer Detector for Contrast Enhanced Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Feasibility Using Image Simulation
Presented by Xiaoyu Duan Stony Brook Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15245


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging
Image Quality Evaluation of a Compressed-Sensing Algorithm for Image Reconstruction in Dedicated Cone-Beam Breast CT Using Offset-Detector
Presented by Srinivasan Vedantham, PhD University of Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15246


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging
Two-Dimensional Breast Tomosynthesis with a Stationary Array of Thermionic Cathodes for Higher Resolution Images and Fast Acquisition
Presented by John Boone, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15247


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging
Validation of Automated MTF Measurement for Digital X-Ray Imaging Quality Control
Presented by Anissa Bey Boston Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15248


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging
Automating Tumor Functional Diameter Measurement with Molecular Breast Imaging for Treatment Response Assessment
Presented by Benjamin Lopez University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15249


SU-F-TRACK 3 Breast Imaging Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15250


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment
A Hierarchical Optimization Framework for Gamma Knife Treatment Planning
Presented by Mingli Chen, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15225


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment
Assessing the Practicality of Using a Single KBP Model for Multiple Linac Vendors
Presented by Raphael Douglas University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15226


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment
Landmark-Based Field Aperture Generation for Automatic Whole-Brain Radiation Planning
Presented by Yao Xiao MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15227


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment
Toward Semi-Automatic Biologically Effective Dose Treatment Planning for Gamma Knife Radiosurgery
Presented by Thomas Klinge Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences (WEISS), University College London
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15228


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment
Knowledge-Based Cardiac Sparing Treatment Planning for Lung Radiotherapy
Presented by Joseph Harms Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15229


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment
Deep Learning-Based Dosimetric Plan Quality Assessment for Prostate Radiotherapy
Presented by Yusuke Nomura Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15230


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment
Development of a Framework to Assess Robustness of Dynamic Trajectory Treatment Plans
Presented by Hannes Loebner Division of Medical Radiation Physics and Department of Radiation Oncology, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, and University of Bern, Switzerland
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VLID: 15231


SU-F-TRACK 5 Treatment Planning: Planning Automation and Assessment Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15232


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Automatic Stent Recognition Using Deep Neural Network for Quantitative Intra-Fractional Motion Monitoring in Pancreatic Cancer Radiotherapy
Presented by Xiuxiu He Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15201


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Dual-Energy Real-Time Stereoscopic X-Ray Image Guidance for Markerless Lung Tumor Tracking
Presented by Mike Sattarivand, PhD Nova Scotia Health Authority
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15202


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Implementation of High-Quality Motion-Compensated Simultaneous Algebraic Reconstruction Technique (mc-SART) Cone-Beam CT (CBCT) Imaging Using the 5D Model in a Prospective Patient Study
Presented by Kamal Singhrao
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15203


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy
One-Second Into the Future: A Deep Learning Method to Predict 3D Lung Cancer Target Motion to Account for Adaptation Latency
Presented by Doan Trang Nguyen University of Technology Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15204


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy
BEST IN PHYSICS (MULTI-DISCIPLINARY): Real-Time Dose-Optimized Multi-Target MLC Tracking for Locally Advanced Prostate Cancer
Presented by Emily Hewson
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15205


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Synthesizing Real-Time In-Treatment 4D Images Based On Optical Surface Signals and Pre-Treatment Images: A Proof-Of-Concept Study
Presented by Yuliang Huang Department of Radiotherapy, Peking University Cancer Hospital & Institute
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VLID: 15206


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Evaluating the Clinical Impact and Accuracy of Real-Time KV Imaging in Liver SBRT
Presented by Andrew Santoso, MS University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
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VLID: 15207


SU-F-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking and Adaptive Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15208


SU-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-1 LAP Laser, LLC
RadCalc with 3D Monte Carlo
Presented by Carlos Bohorquez Lifeline Software Inc
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VLID: 15258


SU-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-1 LAP Laser, LLC Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15259


SU-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-2 LAP Laser, LLC
THALES - Motorized Water Phantom for MRIdian & Halcyon-New Developments & User Experiences
Presented by Thierry Mertens LAP GmbH
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VLID: 15260


MO-AB-TRACK 4 Frontiers in AI and Its Applications in Medical Physics
Growing Significance of Deep Learning in Modern Medical Imaging
Presented by Rongping Zeng Food & Drug Administration
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15269


MO-AB-TRACK 4 Frontiers in AI and Its Applications in Medical Physics
Emerging Data-Driven Approaches for Treatment Planning
Presented by Thomas Purdie, PhD The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - UHN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15270


MO-AB-TRACK 4 Frontiers in AI and Its Applications in Medical Physics
Unconventional Neural Networks and Their Applications in Cancer Detection and Decision-Making
Presented by Ning Wen, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15271


MO-AB-TRACK 4 Frontiers in AI and Its Applications in Medical Physics
Pitfalls of Current Data-Driven Solutions and Pathways Toward XAI for Medical Physics
Presented by Lei Xing, PhD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15272


MO-AB-TRACK 4 Frontiers in AI and Its Applications in Medical Physics Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15273


MO-AB-TRACK 5 New Developments in Flash RT
FLASH RT – Tempering Optimism with Caution
Presented by Sunil Krishnan MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15262


MO-AB-TRACK 5 New Developments in Flash RT
Pre-Cilinical Investigations On Neurocognitive Sparing with FLASH
Presented by Pierre Montay-gruel Uc Irvine Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15263


MO-AB-TRACK 5 New Developments in Flash RT
First Canine Clinical Trial with FLASH RT
Presented by Michele Kim, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 15264


MO-AB-TRACK 5 New Developments in Flash RT
FLASH Using VHEE
Presented by Colleen Desrosiers, PhD University Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15265


MO-AB-TRACK 5 New Developments in Flash RT
First Human Clinical Trial On Treating Bone Metasteses with FLASH
Presented by Anthony Mascia, PhD University of Cincinnati Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15266


MO-AB-TRACK 5 New Developments in Flash RT
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Magdalena Bazalova-Carter, PhD University of Victoria
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15267


MO-AB-TRACK 7 Innovation in Medical Physics Education
A Novel Formalism for Incorporating Professionalism, Interpersonal and Communication Skills Into Medical Physics Residency Training
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: 15390


MO-AB-TRACK 7 Innovation in Medical Physics Education
Career Preparation for Graduate Students: Preliminary Evaluation of An Introductory Course On the Profession of Medical Physics
Presented by Stephanie Leon, PhD University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15391


MO-AB-TRACK 7 Innovation in Medical Physics Education
Feasibility of Virtual Reality (VR) with Open-Source Software for Interactive Medical Physics Education
Presented by Suk Yoon University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15392


MO-AB-TRACK 7 Innovation in Medical Physics Education
Valued Discourse in Oral Examinations for Medical Physicists
Presented by Ashley Cetnar, MS The Ohio State University - James Cancer Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15393


MO-AB-TRACK 7 Innovation in Medical Physics Education
Cooperative Education in a Medical Physics Masters Graduate Degree Program
Presented by Adam Riegel, PhD Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15394


MO-AB-TRACK 7 Innovation in Medical Physics Education
Enhancing Brachytherapy Education with Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) Video Technology: Best Practice and Preliminary Outcome
Presented by Taoran Li, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15395


MO-AB-TRACK 7 Innovation in Medical Physics Education Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15396


MO-A-TRACK 1 An Introduction to LGBTQIA+ Issues in Radiation Oncology from the Medical Physicist's Perspective
Current State of LGBTQIA+ Healthcare (Jessica, She/Her)
Presented by Jessica Vadas Beaumont Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15325


MO-A-TRACK 1 An Introduction to LGBTQIA+ Issues in Radiation Oncology from the Medical Physicist's Perspective
Intersection of Race and LGBTQIA+ (Toni, She/Her)
Presented by Toni Roth, MS Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15326


MO-A-TRACK 1 An Introduction to LGBTQIA+ Issues in Radiation Oncology from the Medical Physicist's Perspective
Two Sides of the Same Coin: Looking at Inclusion From Patient Facing and Trainee Directions (Victoria, She/They and Sunshine, She/Her)
Presented by Victoria Ainsworth
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15327


MO-A-TRACK 1 An Introduction to LGBTQIA+ Issues in Radiation Oncology from the Medical Physicist's Perspective
Two Sides of the Same Coin: Looking at Inclusion From Patient Facing and Trainee Directions (Victoria, She/They and Sunshine, She/Her)
Presented by K. Sunshine Osterman, PhD NYU Langone Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15328


MO-A-TRACK 1 An Introduction to LGBTQIA+ Issues in Radiation Oncology from the Medical Physicist's Perspective
Audience Q&A
Presented by Victoria Ainsworth
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15329


MO-A-TRACK 2 MR Protocol Basics: Brain, Spine and Prostate
Brain MRI Protocols
Presented by Ping Hou, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15278


MO-A-TRACK 2 MR Protocol Basics: Brain, Spine and Prostate
Spine MRI Protocols
Presented by Trevor Andrews, PhD Washington University at St Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15279


MO-A-TRACK 2 MR Protocol Basics: Brain, Spine and Prostate
Prostate MRI Protocols
Presented by Qing Yuan UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15280


MO-A-TRACK 2 MR Protocol Basics: Brain, Spine and Prostate
Audience Q & A
Presented by Ho-Ling Anthony Liu, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15281


MO-A-TRACK 3 Biophotonics
Microscopic Biophotonics In-Vivo
Presented by Xingde Li John Hopkins
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15283


MO-A-TRACK 3 Biophotonics
Macroscopic Biophotonics In-Vivo
Presented by Brian Pogue, PhD Thayer Engineering
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15284


MO-A-TRACK 3 Biophotonics
Audience Q & A
Presented by Brian Pogue, PhD Thayer Engineering
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15285


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions
Cardiac Radioablation: MRI-Guided Tracking of Cardiac-Induced Target Motion
Presented by Suzanne Lydiard University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15363


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions
Deep Learning for Near Real-Time Image-Guided Focal Ablation
Presented by Brian Anderson University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15364


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions
Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes: Towards Full Body Upright Cone-Beam CT Imaging
Presented by Tess Reynolds University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15365


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions
Mechatronics-Assisted MRI-Guided Focal Laser Ablation of the Prostate: A Phantom Study
Presented by Claire Park Western University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15366


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions
An Investigation of Microwave Ablation Equipment Interference with Wireless Patient Monitoring
Presented by Christopher Favazza Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15367


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions
Micro-CT Enables Margin Assessment of Full Tissue Surface in Breast Conserving Surgery Without Impeding Clinical Workflow
Presented by Benjamin Maloney Dartmouth College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15368


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions
Evaluation of Geometric Distortion in 7T MRI for Frameless Surgical Procedures
Presented by Krystal Kirby Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15369


MO-A-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15370


MO-B-TRACK 1 Who's Culpable? Moving Beyond Blame to Create a Just Culture and Avoid Burnout
Areas of Worklife: Fairness and the Role of a Just Culture in a Healthy Work Environment
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15331


MO-B-TRACK 1 Who's Culpable? Moving Beyond Blame to Create a Just Culture and Avoid Burnout
The Toll of the Job: Burnout and the Medical Physicist
Presented by Deborah Schofield AdventHealth Orlando
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15332


MO-B-TRACK 1 Who's Culpable? Moving Beyond Blame to Create a Just Culture and Avoid Burnout
Audience Q&A
Presented by Deborah Schofield AdventHealth Orlando
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15333


MO-B-TRACK 2 Session in Memory of Edward "Ed" F. Jackson
Introduction
Presented by John Hazle, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15287


MO-B-TRACK 2 Session in Memory of Edward "Ed" F. Jackson
Introduction
Presented by Robert Golden UW School of Medicine And Public Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15288


MO-B-TRACK 2 Session in Memory of Edward "Ed" F. Jackson
The Expanding Role of the Physicist in MRI
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15289


MO-B-TRACK 2 Session in Memory of Edward "Ed" F. Jackson
Quantitative imaging: The Translation from Research Tool to Clinical Practice
Presented by Paul Kinahan, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15290


MO-B-TRACK 2 Session in Memory of Edward "Ed" F. Jackson
Innovations in Medical Physics Education
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15291


MO-B-TRACK 2 Session in Memory of Edward "Ed" F. Jackson
Q&A
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15292


MO-B-TRACK 3 Biophotonics
Biophotonics in Radiation and Photodynamic Therapy
Presented by Timothy Zhu, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15274


MO-B-TRACK 3 Biophotonics
Computational Imaging: From X-Ray Tomography to Biophotonics
Presented by Patrick La Riviere
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15275


MO-B-TRACK 3 Biophotonics
Biophotonics at the NIBIB
Presented by Behrouz Shabestari Nih Nibib
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15276


MO-B-TRACK 3 Biophotonics
Q&A
Presented by Brian Pogue, PhD Thayer Engineering
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16138


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging
A Quantitative Analysis of Lung Elastography Performance Using Large-Deformation CT Scans Acquired at Residual Volume (RV) and Total Lung Capacity (TLC)
Presented by Brad Stiehl University of California, Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15371


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging
Localized GBM Recurrence Prediction On Post-Operative Multi-Modal MRIs Through Stem Cell Niches Proximity Estimation Coupled SVM
Presented by Yi Lao University of California, Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15372


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging
Predicting PD-L1 Expression Level in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer On Computed tomography Using Machine Learning
Presented by Takehiro Shiinoki, PhD Yamaguchi University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15373


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging
Principal Component Analysis of Quantitative Computed Tomography Features and Visual Emphysema Scores: Association with Lung Function Decline
Presented by Meghan Koo Ryerson University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15374


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging
Quantitative Relaxometry for Ultra-Hypofractionated MR-Guided Radiotherapy to the Prostate and DIL: A Feasibility Study
Presented by Ergys Subashi, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15375


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging
BEST IN PHYSICS (MULTI-DISCIPLINARY): Treatment Response Prediction Using Extracellular Volume Fraction Derived From Dual-Source DECT for Chemoradiation Therapy of Pancreatic Cancer
Presented by George Noid, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15376


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging
Use of Short Duration Dynamic [18F]DCFPyL PET and CT Perfusion Imaging to Localize Dominant Intraprostatic Lesions in Prostate Cancer: Validation Against Digital Histopathology
Presented by Dae-myoung Yang Fox Chase Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15377


MO-B-TRACK 6 Quantitative Imaging Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15378


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Welcome and Introduction
Presented by James Dobbins, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15397


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
AAPM President, Introduction The Importance of Creativity in Science: A Brief History….
Presented by James Dobbins, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15400


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Physics and Bioengineering: Converging Disciplines with Creativity and Impact
Presented by Bruce Tromberg NIBIB
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15401


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Presented by James Dobbins, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15402


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Panel Member
Presented by Thomas Mackie, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15403


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Panel Member
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15404


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Panel Member
Presented by David Jaffray, PhD The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15405


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Panel Member
Presented by Nimmi Ramanujam Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15406


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Closing Comments
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15407


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Panel Member
Presented by Charles Mistretta, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15408


MO-CD-TRACK 1 President's Symposium: The Importance of Creativity in Science
Q&A | Closing Comments
Presented by James Dobbins, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15409


MO-EF-TRACK 2 Testing the Misfits: Tips and Tricks for Testing Your Least Favorite Diagnostic Imaging Equipment
Considerations for Evaluating Color Displays
Presented by Nicholas Bevins, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15304


MO-EF-TRACK 2 Testing the Misfits: Tips and Tricks for Testing Your Least Favorite Diagnostic Imaging Equipment
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP), Radiation Protection in Dentistry and Oral & Maxillofacial Imaging, NCRP Report 177 (2019) Summary
Presented by Joel Gray, PhD Diquad, LLC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15305


MO-EF-TRACK 2 Testing the Misfits: Tips and Tricks for Testing Your Least Favorite Diagnostic Imaging Equipment
What Physicists Need to Know About the Medtronic O-Arm
Presented by Mark Supanich, PhD Rush
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15306


MO-EF-TRACK 2 Testing the Misfits: Tips and Tricks for Testing Your Least Favorite Diagnostic Imaging Equipment
Considerations for Evaluating Ultrasound Units
Presented by Zheng Feng Lu, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15307


MO-EF-TRACK 2 Testing the Misfits: Tips and Tricks for Testing Your Least Favorite Diagnostic Imaging Equipment
Encounters with Non-Standard Fluoroscopy Systems
Presented by Rebecca Marsh, PhD University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15308


MO-EF-TRACK 2 Testing the Misfits: Tips and Tricks for Testing Your Least Favorite Diagnostic Imaging Equipment
Troubleshooting DXA QC Issues
Presented by Jeff Frimeth, MS JF Medical Physics Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15309


MO-EF-TRACK 2 Testing the Misfits: Tips and Tricks for Testing Your Least Favorite Diagnostic Imaging Equipment
Audience Q & A
Presented by Rebecca Marsh, PhD University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15310


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Design and Performance of the ARIEL X-Ray FLASH Irradiation Platform at TRIUMF
Presented by Nolan Esplen University of Victoria
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15379


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Electron FLASH in Clinical Setting: LINAC Conversion, Commissioning and Treatment Planning
Presented by Mahbubur Rahman Dartmouth College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15380


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Fast 4D-CBCT Reconstruction Using a Novel Feature-Compensated Deformable Convolutional Network (FeaCo-DCN)
Presented by Zhuoran Jiang Duke Univeristy
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15381


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Imaging Based Prediction of Proliferative Foci as a Target for Surgical Intervention Across Glioma Grades
Presented by Evan Gates, MS University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15382


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Intentional Deep Overfit Learning (IDOL): A Novel Deep Learning Strategy for Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Presented by Jaehee Chun Yonsei University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15383


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Joint Optimization of Subsampling Pattern and Reconstruction of DCE MRI for Pharmacokinetic Parameter Estimation
Presented by Jiaren Zou The University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15384


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Latent Space Arc Therapy Optimization
Presented by Noah Bice UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15385


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
MR Multitasking-Based Dynamic Imaging for Cerebrovascular Evaluation (MT-DICE): Development and Feasibility Study On Brain Cancer
Presented by Zhehao Hu Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15386


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Non-Circular Orbits On a Clinical Robotic C-Arm for Reducing Metal Artifacts in Orthopedic Interventions
Presented by Yiqun Ma Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15387


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium
Tumor Dosimetry and Radiobiological Modeling of Combined Radiopharmaceutical Therapy and External Beam Radiotherapy for Recurrent Head and Neck Cancer
Presented by David Adam, MS University of Wisconsin- Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15388


MO-EF-TRACK 4 John R. Cameron Early-Career Investigator Symposium Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15389


MO-E-TRACK 1 Formalizing Professionalism Education: Shared Experiences with Medical Physics Trainees
Audience Q&A
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: 15339


MO-E-TRACK 3 Accelerated Imaging in MR
Accelerated Imaging Strategies for Combined Spin and Gradient Echo (SAGE) Acquisitions
Presented by Sudarshan Ragunathan Barrow Neurological Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15294


MO-E-TRACK 3 Accelerated Imaging in MR
Compressed Sensing and Deep Learning in DCE-MRI
Presented by Sila Kurugol Boston Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15295


MO-E-TRACK 3 Accelerated Imaging in MR
Audience Q & A
Presented by Courtney Morrison Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15296


MO-E-TRACK 5 Overview of MRI Implementation in HDR Brachytherapy for Treatment of Gynecologic and Prostate Cancer
Use of MR in Gynecological Brachytherapy
Presented by Mahta McKee, MS Wake Forest University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15317


MO-E-TRACK 5 Overview of MRI Implementation in HDR Brachytherapy for Treatment of Gynecologic and Prostate Cancer
Nuts and Bolts to Establish Your MRI-HDR Program
Presented by Firas Mourtada, PhD Christiana Care Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15318


MO-E-TRACK 5 Overview of MRI Implementation in HDR Brachytherapy for Treatment of Gynecologic and Prostate Cancer
Prostate HDR and Utilization of MR
Presented by Gil'ad Cohen, MS Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15319


MO-E-TRACK 5 Overview of MRI Implementation in HDR Brachytherapy for Treatment of Gynecologic and Prostate Cancer Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15320


MO-E-TRACK 6 Perspectives on Imaging Dose in IGRT
Advances in Image Guidance with Emphasis On X Ray-Based Modalities
Presented by Parham Alaei, PhD University of Minnesota
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15321


MO-E-TRACK 6 Perspectives on Imaging Dose in IGRT
Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Imaging Guidance with Ionizing Radiation
Presented by George Ding, PhD Vanderbilt University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15322


MO-E-TRACK 6 Perspectives on Imaging Dose in IGRT
Q&A Panel
Presented by George Ding, PhD Vanderbilt University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15323


MO-E-TRACK 7 Increasing the Contribution of Radiology and Imaging Physics to Global Health Initiatives
A Therapy Physicist’s Perspective: Developing a Radiology Quality Assurance Program in An Underserved Region
Presented by Eva Medel Baez, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15341


MO-E-TRACK 7 Increasing the Contribution of Radiology and Imaging Physics to Global Health Initiatives
An Imaging Physicist’s Perspective: Volunteering in Underserved Regions
Presented by Courtney Morrison Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15342


MO-E-TRACK 7 Increasing the Contribution of Radiology and Imaging Physics to Global Health Initiatives
RAD-AID International’s Initiatives to Improve Access to Radiological Care
Presented by Daniel Mollura Rad-aid International
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15343


MO-E-TRACK 7 Increasing the Contribution of Radiology and Imaging Physics to Global Health Initiatives
The Role of Intergovernmental Organizations in Promoting Radiology to Improve Global Health
Presented by Caridad Borras, DSc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15344


MO-E-TRACK 7 Increasing the Contribution of Radiology and Imaging Physics to Global Health Initiatives
Audience Q&A
Presented by Ashley Rubinstein, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15345


MO-F-TRACK 1 History Symposium: Exploring the Foundation of Our Medical Physics Profession
Concluding Discussion
Presented by Perry Sprawls, PhD Emory University and Sprawls Educational Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15357


MO-F-TRACK 3 MRI Homogeneity Testing
Resources for Homogeneity Testing of MRI Systems
Presented by Joseph Och, MS Geisinger Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15359


MO-F-TRACK 3 MRI Homogeneity Testing
Vendor-Specific Approaches to Main Magnetic Field Homogeneity Testing
Presented by Christina Brunnquell, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15360


MO-F-TRACK 3 MRI Homogeneity Testing
Audience Q & A
Presented by Joseph Och, MS Geisinger Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15361


MO-F-TRACK 5 Report of TG 182: Electronic Intracavitary Brachytherapy Quality Management Based on Risk Analysis
Electronic Brachytherapy and Quality Management Development
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15312


MO-F-TRACK 5 Report of TG 182: Electronic Intracavitary Brachytherapy Quality Management Based on Risk Analysis
The Xoft Axxent System and Sample Design of Quality Management
Presented by Mark Rivard, PhD Rhode Island Hospital / Brown University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15313


MO-F-TRACK 5 Report of TG 182: Electronic Intracavitary Brachytherapy Quality Management Based on Risk Analysis
The Zeiss INTRABEAM System and Sample Design of Quality Management
Presented by Sushakumari Pillai, MS Oregon Health & Science Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15314


MO-F-TRACK 5 Report of TG 182: Electronic Intracavitary Brachytherapy Quality Management Based on Risk Analysis
Q&A
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15315


MO-F-TRACK 6 Providing Value Beyond Accreditation and Compliance Testing: Imaging Physics
Physics Pitch to Radiology Administrator: 1
Presented by Christina Brunnquell, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15298


MO-F-TRACK 6 Providing Value Beyond Accreditation and Compliance Testing: Imaging Physics
Radiology Administrator’s Perspective: 1
Presented by Curtis Bush Touchstone Medical Imaging
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15299


MO-F-TRACK 6 Providing Value Beyond Accreditation and Compliance Testing: Imaging Physics
Physics Pitch to Radiology Administrator: 2
Presented by Sean Rose University of Texas at Houston Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15300


MO-F-TRACK 6 Providing Value Beyond Accreditation and Compliance Testing: Imaging Physics
Radiology Administrator’s Perspective: 2
Presented by Angelic Bush
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15301


MO-F-TRACK 6 Providing Value Beyond Accreditation and Compliance Testing: Imaging Physics
Audience Q & A
Presented by Timothy Szczykutowicz, PhD University Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15302


MO-F-TRACK 7 Virtual Global Mentoring: Now More Than Ever
Introduction and Overview On Virtual Mentoring
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, DSc Western University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15347


MO-F-TRACK 7 Virtual Global Mentoring: Now More Than Ever
Mentoring Across Oceans: Experiences, Benefits and Pitfalls
Presented by Lisa Ruth Hirschhorn Northwestern University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15348


MO-F-TRACK 7 Virtual Global Mentoring: Now More Than Ever
Mentoring with Social and Emotional Intelligence – The Role of Personal Narrative
Presented by Bennett Goldberg Northwestern University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15349


MO-F-TRACK 7 Virtual Global Mentoring: Now More Than Ever
Mentoring Activities Within the AAPM
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15350


MO-F-TRACK 7 Virtual Global Mentoring: Now More Than Ever
Discussion
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, DSc Western University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15351


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-3 Sun Nuclear
What's New from Sun Nuclear
Presented by Kristin Van Casteren Sun Nuclear Corporation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15411


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-3 Sun Nuclear Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15412


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-4 RaySearch Laboratories AB
Data Driven Oncology in RayStation
Presented by Fredrik Lofman RaySearch Laboratories
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15413


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-4 RaySearch Laboratories AB Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15414


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-5 Siemens Healthineers
First Impressions with Direct Organs
Presented by Alexander Whitley Montgomery Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15415


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-5 Siemens Healthineers
First Impressions with Direct Organs
Presented by Michael Skowronski, MS Montgomery Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16146


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-6 VisionRT
The Value Proposition of SGRT for Patient Care
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15417


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-6 VisionRT Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15418


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-7 MIM Software, Inc.
Practical Applications of MIM SureCalc® MonteCarlo for Adaptive Assessment and Plan Second Check
Presented by Jeff Kuhn MIM Software, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15419


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-7 MIM Software, Inc. Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15420


MO-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-8 IBA Dosimetry
Patient QA Efficiency and Accuracy Through High-Resolution Measurements, Automation and Prediction
Presented by Irina Fotina
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15421


TU-AB-TRACK 3 Recent Advances in X-ray CT - from Ultra-high Resolution Imaging to AI Reconstruction
High-Resolution Whole-Body CT: The Next Generation of CT?
Presented by John Boone, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15454


TU-AB-TRACK 3 Recent Advances in X-ray CT - from Ultra-high Resolution Imaging to AI Reconstruction
Patient-Specific CT Dose Estimation
Presented by Taly Schmidt Marquette University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15455


TU-AB-TRACK 3 Recent Advances in X-ray CT - from Ultra-high Resolution Imaging to AI Reconstruction
CT and Dual-Energy CT in Assessment of Pulmonary Function
Presented by Eric Hoffman University Of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15456


TU-AB-TRACK 3 Recent Advances in X-ray CT - from Ultra-high Resolution Imaging to AI Reconstruction
Machine Learning for Low-Dose CT Reconstruction
Presented by Saiprasad Ravishankar Michigan State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15457


TU-AB-TRACK 3 Recent Advances in X-ray CT - from Ultra-high Resolution Imaging to AI Reconstruction
Q&A
Presented by Wojciech Zbijewski Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16139


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Functional Image-guided Targeting and Avoidance in Radiation Therapy
Regional Functional Avoidance in Lung Radiotherapy Using Ventilation Mapping
Presented by Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy, PhD Thomas Jefferson University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15440


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Functional Image-guided Targeting and Avoidance in Radiation Therapy
Functional Avoidance in Liver RT Using DCE MRI
Presented by Martha Matuszak, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15441


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Functional Image-guided Targeting and Avoidance in Radiation Therapy
Initial Experience On a Real-Time Biologically-Guided Radiotherapy System
Presented by Bin Han, PhD Stanford University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15442


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Functional Image-guided Targeting and Avoidance in Radiation Therapy
Combining Virtual Bronchoscopy and Ventilation Mapping for Preserving Post-SAbR Respiratory Function
Presented by Amit Sawant, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15443


TU-AB-TRACK 4 Functional Image-guided Targeting and Avoidance in Radiation Therapy
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Amit Sawant, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15444


TU-AB-TRACK 5 Radiation as a Biological Rather than a Physical Tool to Combat Cancer
Introduction
Presented by Gabriel Sawakuchi, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15433


TU-AB-TRACK 5 Radiation as a Biological Rather than a Physical Tool to Combat Cancer
Cellular Targets of Proton Radiation-Induced Bone Fractures
Presented by Aimee McNamara Physics Division, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15434


TU-AB-TRACK 5 Radiation as a Biological Rather than a Physical Tool to Combat Cancer
Minibeam Therapy With Protons and Heavy Ions to Treat Brain Cancers
Presented by John Eley, PhD Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15435


TU-AB-TRACK 5 Radiation as a Biological Rather than a Physical Tool to Combat Cancer
A Physics Approach To Combine Radiotherapy With Molecularly Targeted Therapies to Preferentially Radiosensitize Tumors But Not Normal Tissues
Presented by Scott Bright UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15436


TU-AB-TRACK 5 Radiation as a Biological Rather than a Physical Tool to Combat Cancer
Radio-Immunotherapy Dose-Painting
Presented by Wilfred Ngwa, PhD Brigham and Women’s Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15437


TU-AB-TRACK 5 Radiation as a Biological Rather than a Physical Tool to Combat Cancer
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Gabriel Sawakuchi, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15438


TU-A-TRACK 1 AAPM/IAEA Joint Professional Symposium: Ethics in Practice
Ethics in Medical Physics: The AAPM Perspective
Presented by Gerald White, MS Medical Physics Services
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15489


TU-A-TRACK 1 AAPM/IAEA Joint Professional Symposium: Ethics in Practice
Ethics in Medical Physics: The IAEA Perspective
Presented by Giorgia Loreti International Atomic Energy Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15490


TU-A-TRACK 1 AAPM/IAEA Joint Professional Symposium: Ethics in Practice
Ethics in Translation
Presented by Christina Skourou, PhD Beaumont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15491


TU-A-TRACK 1 AAPM/IAEA Joint Professional Symposium: Ethics in Practice
Discussion and Audience Q&A
Presented by Deborah van der Merwe, PhD International Atomic Energy Agency
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15492


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy
BEST IN PHYSICS (IMAGING): 3D Assessment of Complex Spine Deformity Using Linear Tomosynthesis and Statistical Shape Model Registration
Presented by Chumin Zhao Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15593


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy
A Framework for Calculating 2D Wall Shear Stress (WSS) In-Vitro Using 1000 Fps High-Speed Angiography (HSA)
Presented by Allison Shields University at Buffalo
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15594


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy
Development of a Hybrid Direct-Indirect Active Matrix Flat Panel Imager for Digital Radiography
Presented by Adrian Howansky Stony Brook University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15595


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy
Dual-Energy Reduces Severity of Motion Artifacts in Free-Breathing 2D Pulmonary Angiography
Presented by Ethan Nikolau University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15596


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy
In-Vitro 1000 Fps High-Speed Angiographic (HSA) Evaluation of the Hemodynamics in the Ascending Aorta Resulting From the Graft of a Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD)
Presented by Allison Shields University at Buffalo
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15597


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy
Multiparameter Dense Neural Network (DNN) to Estimate Patient Eye-Lens Dose During Neuro-Interventional Procedures
Presented by Jacob Collins University at Buffalo
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15598


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy
Single-Shot Quantitative X-Ray Imaging Using Primary Modulation and Dual-Layer Detector: A Simulation Study
Presented by Linxi Shi, MS Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15599


TU-A-TRACK 2 Radiography and Fluoroscopy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15600


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment
Compact Neural Network to Predict Radiation-Induced Lymphocyte Depletion
Presented by Yejin Kim KAIST
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15526


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment
From Person-Specific to Population-Based Colorectal Models: An Age-Scalable Computational Anatomical Colorectal Model for Radiation Dosimetry in Late Effects Studies of Childhood Cancer Survivors
Presented by Constance Owens University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15527


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment
MRI-Based Multi-Region Delta-Radiomics for Prediction of Recurrence After Chemoradiotherapy in Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer
Presented by Masashi Kawamura
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15528


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment
Predicting Osteoradionecrosis From Head and Neck Radiotherapy Using a Residual convolutional Neural Network
Presented by Brandon Reber University of Texas-MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15529


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment
Relationship Between Coronary Artery Radiation Doses and Risk of Late Coronary Artery Disease: A Report From the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS)
Presented by Suman Shrestha, MS University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15530


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment
Seed Spots Analysis to Characterize Linear-Energy-Transfer (LET) Effect in the Adverse Event Regions of Head and Neck Cancer Patients Treated by Intensity-Modulated Proton Therapy (IMPT)
Presented by Yunze Yang Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15531


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment
Survival Prediction Models for Patients with Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma After Adjuvant Radiotherapy
Presented by Zitian Wang UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15532


TU-A-TRACK 6 Outcome modeling and assessment Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15533


TU-A-TRACK 7 HyTEC SBRT Dose Constraints
HyTEC Overview
Presented by Jimm Grimm, PhD Geisinger Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 15472


TU-A-TRACK 7 HyTEC SBRT Dose Constraints
HyTEC - The Project and the Product
Presented by Ellen Yorke, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 15473


TU-A-TRACK 7 HyTEC SBRT Dose Constraints
Pancreas TCP as a Case Study of HyTEC Process
Presented by Anand Mahadevan Geisinger Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 15474


TU-A-TRACK 7 HyTEC SBRT Dose Constraints
Physicist/Modeler's Perspective On HyTEC
Presented by Andrew Jackson, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15475


TU-A-TRACK 7 HyTEC SBRT Dose Constraints
Physician Perspective On HyTEC - the Clinical Needs, Opportunities and Limits
Presented by Lawrence Marks, MD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 15476


TU-A-TRACK 7 HyTEC SBRT Dose Constraints Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15477


TU-B-TRACK 1 Ethics Unwrapped: Ethics Case Studies
General Introduction to AAPM Code of Ethics
Presented by Nina Bahar, MS St. Peter's Health Partners
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15494


TU-B-TRACK 1 Ethics Unwrapped: Ethics Case Studies
Case Study: Conflict of Interest
Presented by Adam Riegel, PhD Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15495


TU-B-TRACK 1 Ethics Unwrapped: Ethics Case Studies
Breakout Session
Presented by Susan Richardson, PhD Swedish Medical Center-Tumor Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15496


TU-B-TRACK 1 Ethics Unwrapped: Ethics Case Studies
Discussion, Reflection, and Audience Q&A
Presented by Susan Richardson, PhD Swedish Medical Center-Tumor Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15497


TU-B-TRACK 1 Ethics Unwrapped: Ethics Case Studies
Wrap Up
Presented by Nina Bahar, MS St. Peter's Health Partners
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15498


TU-B-TRACK 2 Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Imaging Technologies
Quantitative and Sensitive Diagnosis of Early Tumor Metastases Using X-Ray and Bioluminescence Tomography
Presented by Jiahao Chen University of Science and Technology of China
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15601


TU-B-TRACK 2 Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Imaging Technologies
Liquid Immunogenic Fiducial Eluter (LIFE) Gel for Image-Guided Radiotherapy
Presented by Geraud Richards Dana Farber Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15602


TU-B-TRACK 2 Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Imaging Technologies
Quantification of Tumor Location and Growth for Orthotopic Pancreatic Cancer Model Using Bioluminescence Tomography-Guided System
Presented by Zijian Deng University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15603


TU-B-TRACK 2 Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Imaging Technologies
Preliminary Investigation of a Novel 3D Dosimetry System Consisting of ClearView 3D Radiochromic Dosimeters with Telecentric Optical Computed Tomography Scanning
Presented by Scott Hoopingarner Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15604


TU-B-TRACK 2 Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Imaging Technologies
Evolution and Development of Micro-CT and Optical Imaging for Breast Conserving Surgery
Presented by Benjamin Maloney Dartmouth College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15605


TU-B-TRACK 2 Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Imaging Technologies
Use of Computer-Controlled Automatic Injector to Perform 1000-Fps High Speed Angiography During Neurointervention Procedures
Presented by Swetadri Vasan Setlur Nagesh University at Buffalo
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15606


TU-B-TRACK 2 Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Imaging Technologies Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15608


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy
Dose Tracking Using CBCT During Head and Neck Proton PBS Radiotherapy: A Feasibility Study
Presented by Chunbo Liu University of Science and Technology of China
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15534


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy
Model-Based Reconstruction for Proton CT Detected with Multiple-Layer Ionization Chamber
Presented by Xinyuan Chen Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15535


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy
Neural Network Based Event Classification to Improve Compton Imaging for Proton Beam Range Verification
Presented by Jerimy Polf, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15536


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy
Performance Evaluation of An Optimization Method for Fluence-Modulated Proton CT with Dose and Variance Objectives
Presented by Guillaume Landry Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitvɬ§t Mvɬºnchen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15537


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy
Scatter Correction of 4D Cone Beam Computed Tomography for Time-Resolved Proton Dose Calculation: Porcine Lung Phantom Validation
Presented by Henning Schmitz Department of Radiation Oncology, University Hospital, LMU Munich
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15538


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy
Synthetic Dual-Energy CT for MRI-Based Proton Therapy Treatment Planning Using Label-GAN
Presented by Ruirui Liu Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15539


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy
Beam Path Length From Isocenter to Skin On Cone Beam CT Images as An Adaptive Planning Indicator of Head and Neck Patients Undergoing Proton Therapy
Presented by Nrusingh Biswal, PhD Unversity of Maryland, School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15540


TU-B-TRACK 6 Imaging for Particle Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15541


TU-B-TRACK 7 Adaptive SBRT for Liver and Pancreas Patients
Intro: Challenges in Pancreas and Liver Patients Receiving SBRT
Presented by Rachael Martin UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15478


TU-B-TRACK 7 Adaptive SBRT for Liver and Pancreas Patients
Importance of Daily Adaption for the Management of Liver and Pancreas Patients Receiving SBRT
Presented by Joshua Niedzielski, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 15479


TU-B-TRACK 7 Adaptive SBRT for Liver and Pancreas Patients
MR Guidance and Online Adaptation of Liver and Pancreas Patients
Presented by Kathryn Mittauer, PhD Miami Cancer Institute, Baptist Health South Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15480


TU-B-TRACK 7 Adaptive SBRT for Liver and Pancreas Patients
Q&A
Presented by Rachael Martin UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15481


TU-CD-TRACK 1 MedPhys Slam
Host
Presented by Mary Gronberg UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15649


TU-CD-TRACK 1 MedPhys Slam
Host
Presented by Soleil Hernandez MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15650


TU-CD-TRACK 1 MedPhys Slam Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15651


TU-CD-TRACK 2 Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry in Imaging and Therapy
Dosimetry for Nuclear Medicine Imaging
Presented by Wesley Bolch, PhD University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15459


TU-CD-TRACK 2 Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry in Imaging and Therapy
Clinical Perspective On Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine
Presented by Courtney Lawhn Heath University Of California San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15460


TU-CD-TRACK 2 Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry in Imaging and Therapy
Practical Dosimetry for Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine, MIBG
Presented by William Erwin, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15461


TU-CD-TRACK 2 Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry in Imaging and Therapy
Practical Dosimetry for Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine, 177Lu Based Therapies
Presented by Sara St. James, PhD UCSF
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15462


TU-CD-TRACK 2 Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry in Imaging and Therapy
Audience Q & A
Presented by Sara St. James, PhD UCSF
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15463


TU-CD-TRACK 5 Radiomics and Outcome Prediction
Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Imaging
Presented by Hugo Aerts Dana-Farber/Brigham Womens Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15428


TU-CD-TRACK 5 Radiomics and Outcome Prediction
Standardizing Radiomics Applications for Clinical Trials
Presented by Ying Xiao, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15429


TU-CD-TRACK 5 Radiomics and Outcome Prediction
Impact of Image Quality On Radiomics Applications
Presented by Fang-Fang Yin, PhD Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15430


TU-CD-TRACK 5 Radiomics and Outcome Prediction
State-Of-The-Art Multi-Omics
Presented by Eric Deutsch Universite Paris-saclay
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15431


TU-CD-TRACK 5 Radiomics and Outcome Prediction Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15432


TU-CD-TRACK 7 State of the Art (Non-MRI ) Motion Management for External Radiotherapy
Application of Optical and Infrared Imaging Systems for Respiratory Motion Management
Presented by Travis McCaw, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15483


TU-CD-TRACK 7 State of the Art (Non-MRI ) Motion Management for External Radiotherapy
MLC Tracking for Motion Management
Presented by Emma Colvill Paul Scherrer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15484


TU-CD-TRACK 7 State of the Art (Non-MRI ) Motion Management for External Radiotherapy
Planar Radiographic Imaging for Prostate Fiducial Tracking
Presented by Gig Mageras, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15485


TU-CD-TRACK 7 State of the Art (Non-MRI ) Motion Management for External Radiotherapy
Motion Tracking with MLC and Jaw During Tomotherapy Delivery
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: 15486


TU-CD-TRACK 7 State of the Art (Non-MRI ) Motion Management for External Radiotherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15487


TU-CD-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Presented by Colin Schaeffer University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15513


TU-CD-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging – Progresses in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Nilesh Mistry, PhD Siemens Healthineers GmbH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15514


TU-CD-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Deep Learning in Medical Imaging: From Image Generation to Workflow Automation
Presented by Jay Vaishnav Canon Medical Systems, USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15515


TU-CD-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Embracing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Radiology to Streamline Emergent Care
Presented by Roland Bammer Rapidai
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15516


TU-CD-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Next Generation Synthetic CT for MR-Only Brain Radiotherapy Planning
Presented by Alex Dresner Philips Healthcare
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15517


TU-CD-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
Q&A
Presented by Colin Schaeffer University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15518


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions
A Deep Learning Technique for Projection Interpolation in CBCT Reconstruction
Presented by Ke Lu Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15609


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions
BEST IN PHYSICS (IMAGING): A GAN-Based Technique for Synthesizing Realistic Respiratory Motion in the 4D-XCAT Phantoms
Presented by Yushi Chang Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15610


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions
A Method for 4D Cone-Beam CT in Under 20 Seconds with New Generation Linacs
Presented by Samuel Blake ACRF Image-X Institute, The University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15611


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions
Dual-Encoder Convolutional Neural Network (DeCNN) for Average Image-Constrained 4D-CBCT Reconstruction
Presented by Zhuoran Jiang Duke Univeristy
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15612


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions
Faster Safer Clearer 4DCBCT: Results of the ADAPT Clinical Trial
Presented by Owen Dillon University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15613


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions
Rapid Low Dose 4DCBCT
Presented by Benjamin Lau University Of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15614


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions
Reference-Free, Learning-Based Rigid Motion Compensation in Cone-Beam CT for Interventional Neuroradiology
Presented by Heyuan Huang The Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15615


TU-C-TRACK 3 4D CT/CBCT and Sparse Acquistions Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15616


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy
Evaluation of CT-Derived Lung Perfusion with Deep Learning in Radiotherapy Patients
Presented by Ge Ren The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15574


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy
Functional Dose Sparing of the Parotid Glands: How Sparing the Parotid Ducts Yields Improvements in Patient Reported Xerostomia
Presented by David Fried UNC Health Care
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15575


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy
BEST IN PHYSICS (MULTI-DISCIPLINARY): Lung Treatment Planning with Parametric Response Mapping Function Guidance
Presented by Charles Matrosic, MS University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15576


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy
Predicting Lung Ventilation Loss Caused by Local and Distant Radiation-Induced Damage
Presented by Esther Vicente University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15577


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy
Simultaneous Whole-Lung Ventilation-Perfusion Imaging with Volumetric CT in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: A Feasibility Study
Presented by Heather Young Western University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15578


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy
Ventilation Derived From Clinical 4D-CBCT Using a Deep Learning-Based Model: First Comparison with Technegas SPECT Ventilation
Presented by Zhiqiang Liu National Cancer Center/National Clinical Research Center for Cancer/Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15579


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy
Protons Combined with PARP Inhibition Sensitize Cancer Cells and Activate Immune Signaling More Than Photons
Presented by Mariam Ben Kacem MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15580


TU-C-TRACK 4 Biologically- and Functionally-Guided Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15581


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology
A DNA Repair Inhibitor Targeting ATR Modulates Immune Responses to Radiotherapy
Presented by Scott Bright UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15542


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology
DNA Repair Inhibitors Combined with Protons Increase Cell Radiosensitivity in Vitro
Presented by David Flint UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15543


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology
Features Of TOPAS-NBio – Release 1.0 
Presented by Jan Schuemann, PhD Physics Division, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15544


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology
Investigating the Impact of Sustainable Delivery of Immunoadjuvant From Smart Radiotherapy Biomaterial in Pancreatic Cancer
Presented by Michele Moreau Dana Farber Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15545


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology
Nanoparticle-Mediated Assessment of ROS and Radiosensitization of Brain Cancer Cells for Improved Radiotherapy Outcomes
Presented by Caleb Thiegs Creighton University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15546


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology
Potential Anti-Kras Activity OfFlavonoid Derivative of Cannabis Is Enhanced by a Single Fraction of Low Doseof Radiation Therapy
Presented by Sayeda Yasmin-Karim
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15547


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology
BEST IN PHYSICS (THERAPY): Radio-Immunotherapydose-Painting with Survival Boost Using Checkpoint Inhibitors
Presented by Sayeda Yasmin-Karim
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15548


TU-C-TRACK 6 Radiobiology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15549


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis
Convolutional Neural Network Based Metal Artifact Correction for Sparse View Dental CT Imaging
Presented by SeongJun Kim Yonsei University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15617


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis
Low-Dose CT Image Enhancement Through a Texture Transformer
Presented by Shiwei Zhou University of Texas at Arlington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15618


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis
Multi-Resolution Residual Deep Neural Network for Generating Synthetic CT Images with High HU Accuracy and Structural Fidelity
Presented by Wangjiang Wu Peking University Third Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15619


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis
Renal Stone Quantification in Contrast Enhanced CT Using Convolutional Neural Network Assisted Dual-Energy Virtual Non-Contrast Imaging
Presented by Hao Gong Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15620


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis
Synthesize 3D Realistic CT Textures and Anatomy in the XCAT Phantom Using Generative Adversarial Network (GAN)
Presented by Yijie Yuan Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15621


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis
Task-Based Loss Function for Convolutional Neural Network-Based CT Denoising
Presented by Brandon Nelson Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15622


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis
Evaluation of Image-Domain Training Frameworks for Deep Learning Based Denoising and Deconvolution
Presented by Patrick VanMeter Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15623


TU-D-TRACK 3 AI in CT and CBCT: Image Enhancement and Synthesis Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15624


TU-D-TRACK 4 The Anne and Donald Herbert Distinguished Lectureship in Modern Statistical Modeling
Importance of Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers’ Technical Performance Characteristics in Designing and Analyzing Clinical Trials
Presented by Nancy Obuchowski Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15447


TU-D-TRACK 4 The Anne and Donald Herbert Distinguished Lectureship in Modern Statistical Modeling
Q&A
Presented by Carrie Hruska, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15448


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems
ATR Inhibition Suppresses DNA Damage Signaling and Sensitizes Cancer Cells to Photons and Protons
Presented by David Martinus UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15550


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems
Modeling DNA Structure with Different Chromatin Compaction in TOPAS-NBio Using Hi-C Representations
Presented by Dohyeon Yoo Physics Division, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15551


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems
Mechanistic Modelling of Oxygen Enhancement Ratio with DNA Damage by GMicroMC
Presented by Youfang Lai University of Texas at Arlington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15552


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems
Radiodynamic Therapy for Treatment of Lung Cancer: An In-Vivo Study
Presented by Dae-myoung Yang Fox Chase Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15553


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems
Second Generation Silica-Based Bismuth Gadolinium Nanoparticles for Tumor Dose Enhancement and Real-Time MR-Tracking
Presented by Needa Virani, PhD Brigham and Women's Hospital & Dana-Farber Cancer
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15554


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems
Development of a Novel System for Preclinical Small Animal MR-Guided Radiation Experiments
Presented by Jace Grandinetti
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15555


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems
Improving the Efficiency of Small Animal IMRT with Submillimeter Dose Deposition Kernels and Total Variation Regularization
Presented by Xinmin Liu University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15556


TU-D-TRACK 6 Radiobiology and Preclinical Systems Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15557


TU-EF-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 1: Current State of the Art
Clinical Experience: Contrast Enhanced Mammography
Presented by Rita Zuley University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15465


TU-EF-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 1: Current State of the Art
Novel Approaches to Screening for Breast Cancer
Presented by Ritse Mann Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15466


TU-EF-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 1: Current State of the Art
Contrast-Enhanced Mammography: Physics and QC Testing
Presented by Kevin Little, PhD Ohio State Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15467


TU-EF-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 1: Current State of the Art
Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI): Physics and QC Testing
Presented by Carrie Hruska, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15468


TU-EF-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 1: Current State of the Art
Novel Ultrasound for Breast Imaging
Presented by Timothy Hall, PhD University of WI-Madison/ADCL
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15469


TU-EF-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 1: Current State of the Art
Audience Q & A
Presented by Ingrid Reiser, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15470


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
An Imaging Based Biological Framework for Personalizing Radiation Therapy of Lung Cancer Using Interpretable Bayesian Networks and NTCP-Based Treatment Planning
Presented by Ali Ajdari Harvard Medical School & Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15582


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
BEST IN PHYSICS (MULTI-DISCIPLINARY): Focused KV X-Rays for Radiotherapy and Imaging of Small Targets
Presented by Wu Liu, PhD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15583


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Biologically Guided Deep Learning for Post-Radiation PET Image Outcome Prediction: A Feasibility Study of Oropharyngeal Cancer Application
Presented by Chunhao Wang, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15584


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Computing Dose to Circulating Blood Cells Using Whole-Body Blood Flow Simulations
Presented by Jungwook Shin Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15585


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Deep Learning-Based Framework for the Assessment of Radiation Dermatitis in Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma (NPC) Patients
Presented by Ruiyan Ni The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15586


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Patient-Specific Deep Learning-Based Self-High-Resolution for MR Imaging
Presented by Yang Lei Emory Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15587


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Spatiotemporal Dose Characterization of An Electron FLASH Beam From a LINAC Using Radioluminescence and Cherenkov Imaging
Presented by Mahbubur Rahman Dartmouth College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15588


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Thermoacoustic Range Verification During Pencil Beam Delivery of a Clinical Plan to An Abdominal Imaging Phantom 
Presented by Sarah Patch UW-Milwaukee
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15589


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Thoracic 4D Cone-Beam CT Registration Incorporating a Fan-Beam CT-Derived Feasible Motion Descriptor
Presented by Yudi Sang UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15590


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment
Toward Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting for Low-Field MR-Guided Radiation Therapy
Presented by Nikolai Mickevicius University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15591


TU-EF-TRACK 4 Science Council Session: Innovative Technologies to Advance Diagnosis and Treatment Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15592


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Joint AAPM-EFOMP Symposium: Non-conventional Treatment in Radiation Therapy
PULSAR: The Adaptation of SAbR Toward Personalized Medicine
Presented by Robert Timmerman The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15423


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Joint AAPM-EFOMP Symposium: Non-conventional Treatment in Radiation Therapy
Overview of Spatially Fractionated Radiation Therapy: From Photons to Charged Particles
Presented by Yolanda Prezado Institut Curie
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15424


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Joint AAPM-EFOMP Symposium: Non-conventional Treatment in Radiation Therapy
Understanding the Correlation Between Dosimetric Parameters and Treatment Responses for Spatially Fractionated Radiation Therapy
Presented by Sha Chang, PhD University of North Carolina, School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15425


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Joint AAPM-EFOMP Symposium: Non-conventional Treatment in Radiation Therapy
Radiotherapy Beyond 4pi
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15426


TU-EF-TRACK 7 Joint AAPM-EFOMP Symposium: Non-conventional Treatment in Radiation Therapy
Q&A
Presented by Yolanda Prezado Institut Curie
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 16133


TU-EF-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Delivery Systems
Adaptive Therapy AI Software Delivery Systems
Presented by Leigh Conroy, PhD Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15520


TU-EF-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Delivery Systems
Ethos™ Therapy, An Adaptive Intelligence™ Solution
Presented by Adam Yock Vanderbilt University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15521


TU-EF-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Delivery Systems
Real-Time Delivery Adaptation with Synchrony®, and Adaptive Therapy with Automated Dose Trending on the Radixact® System
Presented by Dylan Casey, PhD Accuray Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15522


TU-EF-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Delivery Systems
Adaptive Planning with Monaco TPS for Unity
Presented by David Ly Elekta, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16143


TU-EF-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Delivery Systems
Q&A
Presented by Leigh Conroy, PhD Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15523


TU-E-TRACK 1 Overview of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Efforts in AAPM
What Is EDI and How Can It Benefit AAPM?
Presented by Brian Gittens University Of Arkansas
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15500


TU-E-TRACK 1 Overview of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Efforts in AAPM
Overview of EDI Efforts in AAPM
Presented by Julianne Pollard-Larkin, PhD University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15501


TU-E-TRACK 1 Overview of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Efforts in AAPM
Audience Q&A and Feedback
Presented by Julianne Pollard-Larkin, PhD University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15502


TU-E-TRACK 3 Quantitative SPECT for Radionuclide and External Beam Treatment Planning
Evolution of SPECT From Qualitative to Quantitative Imaging
Presented by John Dickson University College London
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15450


TU-E-TRACK 3 Quantitative SPECT for Radionuclide and External Beam Treatment Planning
SPECT in Radionuclide and External Beam Treatment Planning
Presented by Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15451


TU-E-TRACK 3 Quantitative SPECT for Radionuclide and External Beam Treatment Planning
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15452


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology
Abdominal Flash Proton Irradiation Does Not Benefit the Intestine
Presented by QIXIAN ZHANG Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15633


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology
Analysis of Proton Inter-Track Interactions at Ultra-High Dose Rates
Presented by Shannon Thompson Queen's University Belfast
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15634


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology
BEST IN PHYSICS (THERAPY): FLASH Sparing of Normal Tissue in a Proton Spread Out Bragg Peak
Presented by Michele Kim, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15635


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology
Measuring Oxygen Concentration at Ultra-Fast Rates During Proton FLASH Delivery Using Phosphorescence Quenching of Soluble Oxyphor Probes
Presented by Alexander Van Slyke University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15636


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology
Modeling of Cellular Response After FLASH Irradiation: A Quantitative Analysis Based On the Radiolytic Oxygen Depletion Hypothesis
Presented by Hongyu Zhu Department of Radiation Oncology, Sun Yat-sen University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15637


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology
TOPAS-NBio Simulation of Radiation Chemistry Following FLASH Irradiation Including Reactions of Biological Importance
Presented by Magdalena Grochowska University of Warsaw
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15638


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology
Modeling Radiation-Induced Oxygen Depletion and Its Effects On Normal Tissue Complications in FLASH-RT
Presented by Sunan Cui Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15639


TU-E-TRACK 5 FLASH: Radiobiology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15640


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I
Automatic Segmentation of High-Risk CTV for Tandem and Ovoid Brachytherapy Patients Using a Dual-Path Convolutional Neural Network
Presented by Yufeng Cao
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15558


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I
Cardiac Substructure Segmentation Using a Mask-Scoring Attention Convolutional Neural Network
Presented by Joseph Harms Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15559


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I
GAN-Driven Anomaly Detection for Active Learning in Medical Imaging Segmentation
Presented by Mckell Woodland MD Anderson Cancer Center; Rice University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15560


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I
Multi-Organ Auto-Segmentation of Abdominal Structures From Contrast-Enhanced and Non-Contrast-Enhanced CT Images
Presented by Cenji Yu
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15561


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I
Rapid Organ-At-Risk Delineation in Pancreatic CBCT for CBCT-Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Xianjin Dai Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15562


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I
Simultaneous Segmentation of Target and Organ at Risk in Thoracic Kilovoltage Images
Presented by Marco Mueller ACRF Image X Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15563


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I
Towards Artificial Intelligence and Clinician Integrated Systems (AICIS): Interactive Contour Revision with Deep Boundary Net
Presented by Ti Bai The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15564


TU-E-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - I Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15565


TU-F-TRACK 1 New Member Symposium
President's Remarks: Volunteer History of AAPM / How You Can Become Involved
Presented by James Dobbins, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15505


TU-F-TRACK 1 New Member Symposium
Administrative Council
Presented by Frederic Fahey, DSc Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15506


TU-F-TRACK 1 New Member Symposium
Education Council
Presented by Joann Prisciandaro, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15507


TU-F-TRACK 1 New Member Symposium
International Council
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15508


TU-F-TRACK 1 New Member Symposium
Professional Council
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15509


TU-F-TRACK 1 New Member Symposium
Science Council
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15510


TU-F-TRACK 1 New Member Symposium
Moderated Panel Discussion / Drawing for Attendees
Presented by Kathryn Mittauer, PhD Miami Cancer Institute, Baptist Health South Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15511


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT
Estimating Ischemic Core Volume with Four Dynamic Images in CT Perfusion
Presented by Kevin Chung
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15625


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT
JACK FOWLER EARLY-CAREER INVESTIGATOR COMPETITION WINNER: Imaging From the Cervical to the Lumbar Spine with a Continuous Multi-Turn Reverse Helical 3D Cone-Beam CT Scan
Presented by Tess Reynolds University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15626


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT
Intraoperative Cone-Beam CT Image Quality and Dose with a Slot Collimator On the O-Arm
Presented by Xiaoxuan Zhang Johns Hopkins University, Department of Biomedical Engineering
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15627


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT
Ordered Subsets PWLS Reconstruction of Multi-Layer Detector MV-CBCT Data Using TIGRE
Presented by Matthew Jacobson Dana Farber Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15628


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT
Reconstructing Dual KV Data Using the COSSCIR “One-Step” Direct Inversion Algorithm
Presented by Benjamin Rizzo Marquette University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15629


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT
Weight-Bearing C-Arm Cone-Beam CT Using a Dynamic Range Reducer (DyRaR): Initial Prototype and Phantom Studies
Presented by Nathaniel Bennett Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15630


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT
Simultaneous Analytical Image Reconstruction and Material Decomposition Denoising in Single-Scan Dual-Energy Cone-Beam CT Using Dual Energy Vectorization and Joint Bilateral Filtering
Presented by Xiao Jiang University of Science and Technology of China
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15631


TU-F-TRACK 3 New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15632


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification
Simulating Spatial-Temporal Dose Rate Deposition On Tissue Sparing for Scanned Pencil-Beam Vs Double-Scattered Protons
Presented by Ray Yang BC Cancer - Centre for Southern Interior
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15641


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification
Feasibility of 3D Printed Ridge Filter to Enable SBRT FLASH Therapy Using Scanning Proton Beam
Presented by Ruirui Liu Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15642


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification
Need for Beam Collimation Design for Dose-Rate Fall-Off in Proton Flash Treatment Using Pencil Beam Scanning
Presented by El Hassane Bentefour, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15643


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification
Prompt Gamma Timing as a Real-Time Relative Dose Rate Monitor of FLASH Proton Delivery
Presented by Allison Haertter University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15644


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification
Pulse Resolved Beam Characterization and Feedback for FLASH-RT Using Radioluminescent Dosimeters
Presented by Muhammad Ramish Ashraf Dartmouth College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15645


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification
Absolute Dosimetry of Ultra-High Dose Rate Pulsed Electron Beams Using a Graphite Probe Calorimeter
Presented by Federico Keszti McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15646


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification
A Pyroelectric Calorimeter with Electrometer Readout for the Absolute Dosimetry of FLASH Radiation: Proof of Principle
Presented by James Renaud, PhD National Research Council Canada
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15647


TU-F-TRACK 5 FLASH: Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15648


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II
3D Dense U-Net for Fully Automated Multi-Organ Segmentation in Female Pelvic Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Presented by Fatemeh Zabihollahy Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15566


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II
Automatic Segmentation and Physician Review of Intact and Post-Operative Prostate Radiotherapy Contours
Presented by Mohammad El Basha University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15567


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II
Autosegmentation Anomaly Detection by Clustering of Shapes
Presented by Daren Sawkey, PhD Varian Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15568


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II
Auto-Segmentation of Organs-At-Risk in Head and Neck CT Images with Dual Shape Guided Network
Presented by Shuai Wang University Of North Carolina
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15569


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II
Improving Cone-Beam CT Based Organ Segmentation with Attention and Knowledge Transfer
Presented by Hanyue Zhou UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15570


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II
Measuring the Clinical Impact of the Introduction of a Novel Auto-Contouring Workflow for 0.35T MRI-Guided Pelvic Radiotherapy
Presented by Yasin Abdulkadir UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15571


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II
Weaving Attention U-Net for Head and Neck Multi-Organ CT Segmentation
Presented by Zhuangzhuang Zhang Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15572


TU-F-TRACK 6 AI-Based Auto-Segmentation and Auto-Contouring - II Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15573


TU-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-10 Sun Nuclear
What's New from Sun Nuclear
Presented by Christopher Bowen Mosaic Life Care Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15654


TU-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-10 Sun Nuclear Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15655


TU-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-9 Radformation
Focus on Your Strengths, Not Your Weeklies: Automation for the Clinical Physicist
Presented by Kurt Sysock, MS Radformation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15652


TU-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-9 Radformation Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15653


WE-AB-TRACK 2 Principles and applications of multienergy CT: Report of AAPM Task Group 291Principles and Applications of Multienergy Ct: Report of AAPM Task Group 291
Introduction & Clinical Motivation
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15692


WE-AB-TRACK 2 Principles and applications of multienergy CT: Report of AAPM Task Group 291Principles and Applications of Multienergy Ct: Report of AAPM Task Group 291
Physical Principles of Multi-Energy CT
Presented by Thomas Flohr, PhD Siemens Healthcare GmbH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15693


WE-AB-TRACK 2 Principles and applications of multienergy CT: Report of AAPM Task Group 291Principles and Applications of Multienergy Ct: Report of AAPM Task Group 291
Technical Implementations of Multi-Energy CT
Presented by Xinhui Duan, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15694


WE-AB-TRACK 2 Principles and applications of multienergy CT: Report of AAPM Task Group 291Principles and Applications of Multienergy Ct: Report of AAPM Task Group 291
Clinical Applications & Dosimetric Considerations
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15695


WE-AB-TRACK 2 Principles and applications of multienergy CT: Report of AAPM Task Group 291Principles and Applications of Multienergy Ct: Report of AAPM Task Group 291 Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15696


WE-AB-TRACK 3 Robotic X-ray Systems: Emerging Platform for Improved Radiography, 3D Imaging, and Interventional Radiology
Adaptive Imaging - Syncing with Patients for Safer and Smarter 3D Imaging
Presented by Tess Reynolds University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15687


WE-AB-TRACK 3 Robotic X-ray Systems: Emerging Platform for Improved Radiography, 3D Imaging, and Interventional Radiology
Non-Circular Trajectories in Cone-Beam CT Imaging
Presented by Tess Reynolds University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15689


WE-AB-TRACK 3 Robotic X-ray Systems: Emerging Platform for Improved Radiography, 3D Imaging, and Interventional Radiology
Task Driven/Metal Artefact Reduction Orbits
Presented by Grace Jianan Gang, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15688


WE-AB-TRACK 3 Robotic X-ray Systems: Emerging Platform for Improved Radiography, 3D Imaging, and Interventional Radiology
Advanced Imaging Using Multitom Rax
Presented by Ludwig Ritschl Siemens Healthineers
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15690


WE-AB-TRACK 3 Robotic X-ray Systems: Emerging Platform for Improved Radiography, 3D Imaging, and Interventional Radiology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15691


WE-AB-TRACK 4 AI in Image Guided Radiation Therapy
Deep Learning in CT Image Reconstruction
Presented by Guang-Hong Chen University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15674


WE-AB-TRACK 4 AI in Image Guided Radiation Therapy
AI Based Image Enhancement: Advances and Clinical Implications
Presented by Lei Ren, PhD University of Maryland
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15675


WE-AB-TRACK 4 AI in Image Guided Radiation Therapy
Deep Learning in Image Registration
Presented by Xiaofeng Yang, PhD Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15676


WE-AB-TRACK 4 AI in Image Guided Radiation Therapy
AI for Intrafraction Motion Monitoring: Are We There Yet?
Presented by Doan Trang Nguyen University of Technology Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15677


WE-AB-TRACK 4 AI in Image Guided Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15678


WE-A-TRACK 1 Building and Mentoring Diverse Teams to Achieve Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Greater Success
Strategies for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Medical Physics Residency Recruitment Process
Presented by Titania Juang, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15729


WE-A-TRACK 1 Building and Mentoring Diverse Teams to Achieve Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Greater Success
Strategies for Mentoring and Retaining Underrepresented Minorities in Medical Physics Practice Environments
Presented by Amirh Johnson, MS Kaiser Permanente
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15730


WE-A-TRACK 1 Building and Mentoring Diverse Teams to Achieve Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Greater Success
Representation Matters: Our Responsibility in Cultivating Inclusion and Belonging in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Siker Malika Medical College Of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15731


WE-A-TRACK 1 Building and Mentoring Diverse Teams to Achieve Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Greater Success
Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A
Presented by Ghada Aldosary Carleton University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15732


WE-A-TRACK 5 Grand Challenges: Deep Learning Sparse-View CT and DBTex
DL-Sparse-View CT Challenge
Presented by Emil Sidky University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15680


WE-A-TRACK 5 Grand Challenges: Deep Learning Sparse-View CT and DBTex
DL-Sparse-View CT Challenge, Group 1
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15681


WE-A-TRACK 5 Grand Challenges: Deep Learning Sparse-View CT and DBTex
DL-Sparse-View CT Challenge
Presented by Xiaochuan Pan, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15679


WE-A-TRACK 5 Grand Challenges: Deep Learning Sparse-View CT and DBTex
DL-Sparse-View CT Challenge, Group 2
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15682


WE-A-TRACK 5 Grand Challenges: Deep Learning Sparse-View CT and DBTex
DBTex Challenge
Presented by Maciej Mazurowski Duke Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15683


WE-A-TRACK 5 Grand Challenges: Deep Learning Sparse-View CT and DBTex
DBTex Challenge, Group 1 UNKNOWN
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15684


WE-A-TRACK 5 Grand Challenges: Deep Learning Sparse-View CT and DBTex
DBTex Challenge, Group 2 UNKNOWN
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15685


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology
Analytical Modeling of the Dynamic Collimation System Using Dual Trimmer Planes
Presented by Laura Bennett University of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15779


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology
Dose-Averaged LET in Proton Therapy for Patients with MRI Abnormalities and Its Role in Normal Tissue Complication Probability
Presented by Alejandro Bertolet Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15780


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology
Robust Optimization of Proton Therapy Treatments Using a Variable Range Uncertainty
Presented by Marie Cohilis UCLouvain
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15781


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology
The Effect of Treatment Planning Approach On Head-And-Neck IMPT for Patients with Implanted Dental Fixtures
Presented by Yue-Houng Hu, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15782


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology
The Relative Variability in Radiosensitivity Between Cell Lines Is the Same for Carbon Ions, Protons and X-Rays
Presented by David Flint UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15783


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology
A Beamlet-Based Optimization Algorithm for Arc Proton Therapy Planning
Presented by Sophie Wuyckens Uclouvain / Miro
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15784


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology
The Combined Effects of Protons and An Inhibitor of ATR Increase Micronuclei Formation and Potentiate Anti-Tumor Immunity
Presented by Broderick Turner UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15785


WE-A-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Planning and Radiobiology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15786


WE-A-TRACK 7 Ultrasound QA/QC Workshop
ACR Required QC Tests
Presented by Zaiyang Long, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15746


WE-A-TRACK 7 Ultrasound QA/QC Workshop
Automated Whole-Breast US QC
Presented by Mark Holland, PhD Indiana University- School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15747


WE-A-TRACK 7 Ultrasound QA/QC Workshop
Doppler QC
Presented by James Zagzebski, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15748


WE-A-TRACK 7 Ultrasound QA/QC Workshop
Quantitative Ultrasound and Shear Wave Elastography Evaluation
Presented by Ivan Rosado-Mendez, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15749


WE-A-TRACK 7 Ultrasound QA/QC Workshop
Automated Ultrasound QC Methods
Presented by Sander Dekker, BS Cablon Medical
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15750


WE-A-TRACK 7 Ultrasound QA/QC Workshop
Q&A
Presented by Zheng Feng Lu, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15751


WE-B-TRACK 1 MPLA Career Development: Secrets to Your Success
Your Technical Skills Won’t Get You There: Identifying Vital Skills to Thrive in Your Career
Presented by Izabella Barreto, PhD University of Florida College of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15734


WE-B-TRACK 1 MPLA Career Development: Secrets to Your Success
Leaders Making #Goals Happen: Taking Your Discovery Journey
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15735


WE-B-TRACK 1 MPLA Career Development: Secrets to Your Success
Leadership Lessons: Key Factors Affecting Your Career Advancement (Panel Discussion)
Presented by Andries Schreuder, MS Leo Cancer Care
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15736


WE-B-TRACK 1 MPLA Career Development: Secrets to Your Success
Leadership Lessons: Key Factors Affecting Your Career Advancement (Panel Discussion)
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15737


WE-B-TRACK 1 MPLA Career Development: Secrets to Your Success
Leadership Lessons: Key Factors Affecting Your Career Advancement (Panel Discussion)
Presented by Michael Howard, PhD Parkridge Medical Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15738


WE-B-TRACK 1 MPLA Career Development: Secrets to Your Success
Leadership Lessons: Key Factors Affecting Your Career Advancement (Panel Discussion)
Presented by Erin Angel, PhD Canon Medical Systems, USA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15739


WE-B-TRACK 1 MPLA Career Development: Secrets to Your Success
Audience Q&A
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15740


WE-B-TRACK 5 TG-302 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy (SGRT): Prevalence and Clinical Applications
SGRT for Breast Radiotherapy Including DIBH Techniques
Presented by Hania Al-Hallaq, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15711


WE-B-TRACK 5 TG-302 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy (SGRT): Prevalence and Clinical Applications
SGRT-Based Cranial SRS and Risk Mitigation Strategies
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15712


WE-B-TRACK 5 TG-302 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy (SGRT): Prevalence and Clinical Applications
Current Prevalence and Uses of SGRT in the US and Future Applications
Presented by Laura Padilla, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15713


WE-B-TRACK 5 TG-302 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy (SGRT): Prevalence and Clinical Applications
Considerations for Commissioning and QA of SGRT Systems
Presented by Laura Cervino, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 15714


WE-B-TRACK 5 TG-302 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy (SGRT): Prevalence and Clinical Applications Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15715


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Electrostatic Focusing Lens System for Low MeV-Ion Microprobe: A Simulation and Optimization Study
Presented by Harsh Arya The University of Texas at Arlington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15787


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification
The Potential of Online-Adaptive Head and Neck Proton Therapy to Reduce Normal Tissue Complication Probability
Presented by Arthur Lalonde Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15788


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Design and Initial Testing of An Isocenter Alignment Prototype for the Proton Dynamic Collimation System
Presented by Theodore Geoghegan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15789


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Fast MCsquare-Based Independent Dose Verification Platform for Pencil Beam Scanning Proton Therapy
Presented by Yawei Zhang, PhD University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15790


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification
BEST IN PHYSICS (THERAPY): New System for Fast and Independent Proton Beam Energy Measurement
Presented by Felix Milian University of Torino, UNITO, Italy and State University of Santa Cruz, UESC, Brazil
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15791


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Simultaneous Proton Dose and LET Measurements Using Dual Storage Phosphors
Presented by Jufri Setianegara Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15792


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Development of An Imaging System for Proton Pencil Beam Spot Profile Determination
Presented by Jufri Setianegara Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15793


WE-B-TRACK 6 Particle Therapy: Treatment Delivery and Verification Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15794


WE-B-TRACK 7 Ultrasound Image Guidance for Interventions
Frustrations in Ultrasound Guided Radiotherapy: Automated Solutions
Presented by Emma Jane Harris Institute of Cancer Research and Royal Marsden Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15753


WE-B-TRACK 7 Ultrasound Image Guidance for Interventions
Ultrasound-Guided Cardiac Radio-Ablation
Presented by Saskia Camps EBAMed
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15754


WE-B-TRACK 7 Ultrasound Image Guidance for Interventions
Platform for Ultrasound-Guided Autonomous Minimally Invasive Surgery: Application to the Knee
Presented by Maria Antico Queensland University of Technology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15755


WE-B-TRACK 7 Ultrasound Image Guidance for Interventions
Q&A
Presented by Davide Fontanarosa Queensland University of Technology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15756


WE-CD-TRACK 2 ACR Activities and Updates
Update From HQ
Presented by Dustin Gress, MS American College of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15697


WE-CD-TRACK 2 ACR Activities and Updates
SBB QC Manual in Development
Presented by William Robert Geiser, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15698


WE-CD-TRACK 2 ACR Activities and Updates
NM-PET QC Manual in Development
Presented by Beth Harkness, MS Henry Ford Hospital System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15699


WE-CD-TRACK 2 ACR Activities and Updates
MRAP Medium Phantom
Presented by Donna Reeve, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15700


WE-CD-TRACK 2 ACR Activities and Updates
MRAP Medium Phantom
Presented by Geoffrey Clarke, PhD UT Health San Antonio
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15701


WE-CD-TRACK 2 ACR Activities and Updates
In Pursuit of Meaningful and Efficient Automatic Quantification of Clinical CT Exams
Presented by Ehsan Samei, PhD Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15702


WE-CD-TRACK 2 ACR Activities and Updates
Audience Q & A
Presented by Dustin Gress, MS American College of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15703


WE-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Proton Therapy
LET/RBE in Proton Planning
Presented by Wei Liu, PhD Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15662


WE-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Proton Therapy
4D Adaptive Proton Therapy
Presented by Antje Knopf University of Groningen
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VLID: 15663


WE-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Proton Therapy
Patient Selection Models
Presented by Johannes Langendijk University of Groningen
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VLID: 15664


WE-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Proton Therapy
Combining Proton-Photon Treatments
Presented by Jan Unkelbach, PhD University Hospital Zurich
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15665


WE-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Proton Therapy
Low-Cost Proton Therapy
Presented by Susu Yan, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15666


WE-CD-TRACK 5 Advances in Proton Therapy
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Thomas Bortfeld, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15667


WE-CD-TRACK 7 Artificial Intelligence in the Clinic - Is It Going to Help or Hurt Our Productivity?
Adding AI-Based Automated Contouring and Treatment Planning to Every Medical Physicist’s Toolbox
Presented by Carlos Cardenas, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15716


WE-CD-TRACK 7 Artificial Intelligence in the Clinic - Is It Going to Help or Hurt Our Productivity?
Clinical Implementation of An Auto-Planning and Plan Check Tool
Presented by Yong Yang, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15717


WE-CD-TRACK 7 Artificial Intelligence in the Clinic - Is It Going to Help or Hurt Our Productivity?
From Data to Segmentation Models: AI for Everybody
Presented by Aditya Apte Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
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VLID: 15718


WE-CD-TRACK 7 Artificial Intelligence in the Clinic - Is It Going to Help or Hurt Our Productivity?
Widespread Clinical Implementation of Data-Driven Automated Treatment Planning
Presented by Kevin Moore UC San Diego
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VLID: 15719


WE-CD-TRACK 7 Artificial Intelligence in the Clinic - Is It Going to Help or Hurt Our Productivity? Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15721


WE-C-TRACK 1 Personal Finance for Medical Physicists
Personal Financing 101
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins University
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VLID: 15742


WE-C-TRACK 1 Personal Finance for Medical Physicists
Holistic Financial Planning
Presented by Johsua Harper Capstone Financial
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VLID: 15743


WE-C-TRACK 1 Personal Finance for Medical Physicists
Q&A
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15744


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance
Clinical Implementation of Fully-Automated Comprehensive Quality Assurance Tool Using In-Vivo EPID Image Analysis for Varian Halcyon
Presented by Ananta Raj Chalise University of California San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15827


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance
Establishment of a Standard High-Energy X-Ray Beam for Replacement of Cs-137
Presented by Emily King University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15828


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance
Evaluation of MRI-Only Treatment Planning (MRTP) Quality for Gynecologic HDR Brachytherapy Using PETRA Sequence
Presented by Casey Lee Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15829


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance
Monte Carlo Dose Calculations for Patient-Specific QA Based On Machine Log Files
Presented by Holly Parenica, BS UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15830


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance
Multi-Institution Plan Complexity Characteristics Based On IROC Phantoms
Presented by Vimal Desai, MS UW Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15831


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance
Predicting Ion Chamber Disagreements for Patient-Specific Quality Assurance of VMAT Plans Using Machine Learning
Presented by Phillip Wall, MS University of California, San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15832


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance
Sensitivity Evaluation of Patient Specific Quality Assurance - Independent Assessment of Quality
Presented by Joerg Lehmann, PhD Newcastle Mater Hospital
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VLID: 15833


WE-C-TRACK 3 Quality Assurance Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15834


WE-C-TRACK 4 Carson-Zagzebski Distinguished Lectureship On Medical Ultrasound
Introduction
Presented by Tian Liu, PhD Emory Univ
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VLID: 15758


WE-C-TRACK 4 Carson-Zagzebski Distinguished Lectureship On Medical Ultrasound
Ultrasound-Based Neurotherapeutics and Imaging of Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer
Presented by Elisa Konofagou Columbia University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15759


WE-C-TRACK 4 Carson-Zagzebski Distinguished Lectureship On Medical Ultrasound
Q&A
Presented by Tian Liu, PhD Emory Univ
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VLID: 15760


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery
A Physics-Aware Deep Neural Network for Real Time Volumetric MRI in Support of MR-Guided Radiotherapy
Presented by Lianli Liu Stanford University
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VLID: 15795


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery
BEST IN PHYSICS (MULTI-DISCIPLINARY): Multi-Task MR (MT-MR) for Free-Breathing Simulation in Abdominal Radiotherapy Treatment Planning
Presented by Junzhou Chen Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
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VLID: 15796


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery
Real-Time MRI Motion Estimation Through An Unsupervised K-Space-Driven Deformable Registration Network (KS-RegNet)
Presented by Hua-Chieh Shao The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
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VLID: 15797


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery
The Optimal Imaging Plane Determination for Motion Monitoring in MRI Guided Radiation Therapy
Presented by Yang Zhang Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
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VLID: 15798


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery
Time-Resolved Estimated Synthetic CTs Based On Orthogonal Cine MRI for Low-Field MR-Linac Treatments
Presented by Moritz Rabe Department Of Radiation Oncology, University Hospital, Lmu Munich
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VLID: 15799


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery
Treatment Window Determination for Cardiac Synchronized VMAT
Presented by Justin Poon University of British Columbia
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VLID: 15800


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery
Auto-Detection of Structural Similarity Index Map From Daily MRI as An Indicator for MR-Guided Online Adaptation Replanning
Presented by Abdul Parchur Medeical College of Wisconsin
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VLID: 15801


WE-C-TRACK 6 MRI for Adaptive Treatment Planning and Delivery Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15802


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Towards Contour Quality Assurance of Cardiac Structures with Automatic Segmentation
Presented by Chibueze Uche University of Pennsylvania
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VLID: 15819


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Automated ICC Tool for a Novel Planning Incident Learning Environment
Presented by Dianne Ferguson
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15820


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Plan Quality Assessment of the Leksell Gamma Knife Lightning Dose Optimizer
Presented by D. Jay Wieczorek, PhD Miami Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15821


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Power Transformations On Multivariate Non-Normal Radiotherapy Plan Quality Measures
Presented by Reisa Widjaja University Of Texas At San Antonio
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15822


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Artificial Intelligence for Dose-Volume Histogram Based Clinical Decision-Making Support System in Radiation Therapy Plans for Brain Tumors
Presented by Pawel Siciarz CancerCare Manitoba
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15823


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Feasibility of Time-Resolved DVH Based Treatment Delivery Verification of VMAT with EPID
Presented by Peter Greer, PhD Calvary Mater Newcastle
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15824


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery
6-DoF Robotic Motion Phantom: An Open-Source Project for Quality Assurance of Real-Time Image-Guided Radiotherapy Technologies
Presented by Chandrima Sengupta The University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15825


WE-D-TRACK 1 Quality Control in Treatment Planning and Delivery Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15826


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT
A Method to Estimate a Fan-Beam CT NPS Using Two Basis Functions with a Limited Number of Noise Realizations
Presented by Hanjoo Jang
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15835


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT
An Assessment of Uncertainties in Pediatric CT Organ Dosimetry When Scan Parameters and Individual Body Morphometry Are Unknown
Presented by Cameron Kofler
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15836


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT
Diagnostic Reference Levels (DRLs) and Achievable Doses (ADs) for the 11 Most Commonly Performed Pediatric CT Examinations in the United States (USA) as a Function of Patient Age and Size Using 1.5 Million Examinations in the American College of Radiology
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15837


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT
Fast Monte Carlo Simulation of Non-Isotropic X-Ray Source for CT Dose Calculation
Presented by Sen Wang Stanford University
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VLID: 15838


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT
Longitudinal QC Testing of CBCT and Helical MDCT Systems with a Unified Image Quality and Dose Phantom
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins University
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VLID: 15839


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT
A Scanner-Specific Simulation Platform for Virtual Imaging Trials in Deep Si-Based Photon-Counting CT
Presented by Shobhit Sharma Duke University
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VLID: 15840


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT
Accurate and Efficient Measurement of Channelized Hotelling Observer-Based Low-Contrast Detectability On the ACR Accreditation Phantom
Presented by Mingdong Fan Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 15841


WE-D-TRACK 3 Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15842


WE-D-TRACK 4 Mechanical Tissue Disruption with Focused Ultrasound
Boiling Histotripsy for Ablation of Intrabdominal Targets
Presented by Tatiana Khokhlova University Of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15762


WE-D-TRACK 4 Mechanical Tissue Disruption with Focused Ultrasound
Cavitation Control in Burst Wave Lithotripsy of Kidney Stones: A Delicate Balance
Presented by Adam Maxwell University Of Washington
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VLID: 15763


WE-D-TRACK 4 Mechanical Tissue Disruption with Focused Ultrasound
The Development of Metrics to Gauge Treatment Outcomes From Mechanical Ablation with Focused Ultrasound
Presented by Kenneth Bader University of Chicago
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VLID: 15764


WE-D-TRACK 4 Mechanical Tissue Disruption with Focused Ultrasound
Q&A
Presented by Allison Payne University of Utah
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VLID: 15765


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
Auto-Correction of Inaccurate Auto-Segmentation for MRI-Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Jie Ding Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15803


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
Multi-Parametric Ultra-Quality 4D-MRI Synthesis Using VoxelMorph-Based Deformable Image Registration
Presented by Haonan Xiao The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15804


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
Radial MR Fingerprinting for Accelerated High Resolution Quantitative Prostate MRI in Radiation Therapy
Presented by Victoria Yu, MS Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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VLID: 15805


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
Synthetic Magnetic Resonance Imaging From Computed Tomography Simulation Scans Using Deep-Learning Models for High-Dose-Rate Prostate Brachytherapy
Presented by Hyejoo Kang Loyola University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15806


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
Synthetic MRI-Aided Delineation of Organs at Risk in Head-And-Neck Radiotherapy
Presented by Xianjin Dai Emory University
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VLID: 15807


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
Learn From What You Drew - a Deep Learning Assisted Fast Semi-Automatic Segmentation for Complex Anatomy On MRI
Presented by Ying Zhang Medical College of Wisconsin
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VLID: 15808


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
A Prior Knowledge Guided Deep Learning Model for GTV Auto-Segmentation On 4DMRI in MR-Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy of Pancreatic Cancer
Presented by Ying Zhang Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15809


WE-D-TRACK 6 Autosegmentation and Image Analysis in MRI-guided Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15810


WE-EF-TRACK 2 Updates on CT Dosimetry
SSDE: Coming Soon to A Scanner Near You! Updates On Head Coefficients (AAPM Report 293) and IEC Codification
Presented by Andrew Hernandez, PhD University of California-Davis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15705


WE-EF-TRACK 2 Updates on CT Dosimetry
How Looooong Can You Go? Dose Measurements in a Long Phantom (Review of AAPM Report 200)
Presented by Maryam Bostani, PhD University of California, Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15706


WE-EF-TRACK 2 Updates on CT Dosimetry
You Spin Me Right Round: Approaches to Measuring CT Dose in Helical Modes
Presented by Izabella Barreto, PhD University of Florida College of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15707


WE-EF-TRACK 2 Updates on CT Dosimetry
Free Falling: Measurements of Dose in Air
Presented by Mark Supanich, PhD Rush
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VLID: 15708


WE-EF-TRACK 2 Updates on CT Dosimetry
Audience Q & A
Presented by Mark Supanich, PhD Rush
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VLID: 15709


WE-EF-TRACK 4 In Memoriam of John "Jack" Cunningham
Jack Cunningham and Treatment Planning From the 1960s Through the 2000s
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, DSc Western University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15772


WE-EF-TRACK 4 In Memoriam of John "Jack" Cunningham
Conceptual Overview of Megavoltage Photon Dose Calculation Algorithms
Presented by Jerry Battista, PhD
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VLID: 15773


WE-EF-TRACK 4 In Memoriam of John "Jack" Cunningham
Monte Carlo Modelling for Radiation Dosimetry and Treatment Planning
Presented by David W. Rogers, PhD Carleton Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15774


WE-EF-TRACK 4 In Memoriam of John "Jack" Cunningham
Dose and Beyond in Treatment Planning Calculations
Presented by Anders Ahnesjo, PhD Uppsala University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15775


WE-EF-TRACK 4 In Memoriam of John "Jack" Cunningham
The Future of Treatment Planning
Presented by Thomas Mackie, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15776


WE-EF-TRACK 4 In Memoriam of John "Jack" Cunningham
Discussion
Presented by Jacob Van Dyk, DSc Western University
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VLID: 15777


WE-EF-TRACK 7 The Evolving Paradigm of Patient Specific QA
Moving From a Simple “Type A” Independent Dose Calculation to a “Type B” (Convolution/Superposition) Or “Type C” (Monte Carlo) Based Independent Dose Calculation Algorithm
Presented by Justus Adamson, PhD Duke University Medical Center
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VLID: 15722


WE-EF-TRACK 7 The Evolving Paradigm of Patient Specific QA
Moving From Measurement Based Pre-Treatment QA to Trajectory File Based QA
Presented by Seng-Boh Lim, MS Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15723


WE-EF-TRACK 7 The Evolving Paradigm of Patient Specific QA
Advances in In-Vivo Real-Time PSQA and Dose Reconstruction
Presented by Boyd M. McCurdy, PhD CancerCare Manitoba
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15724


WE-EF-TRACK 7 The Evolving Paradigm of Patient Specific QA
Patient Specific QA for New Technologies and Online Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Casey Bojechko University of California San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15725


WE-EF-TRACK 7 The Evolving Paradigm of Patient Specific QA
Scintillator Based Patient Specific QA in the Age of MRgRT
Presented by Jacqueline Andreozzi, MS Moffitt Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15726


WE-EF-TRACK 7 The Evolving Paradigm of Patient Specific QA Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15727


WE-E-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Practice Changes in Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic
Microsoft Teams® as An Operational Tool for Evaluation of Machine Performance and QA Tasks
Presented by Mahesh Gopalakrishnan, MS Northwestern Memorial Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15865


WE-E-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Practice Changes in Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic
Successful VMAT Commissioning in Low- and Middle-Income Country (LMIC) in the Era of COVID-19 Using Remote Connectivity
Presented by Shada Wadi-Ramahi, PhD University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15866


WE-E-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Practice Changes in Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic
Remote MRI Physics During a Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities
Presented by Karl Vigen, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15867


WE-E-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Practice Changes in Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic
Did the COVID-19 Pandemic Disproportionally Affect Patients Receiving Radiation Therapy at a Public Safety-Net Hospital Compared with Patients Treated at a Private Hospital in the Same Metropolitan Area?
Presented by Jing Cui, DSc University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15868


WE-E-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Practice Changes in Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15869


WE-E-TRACK 3 Frontiers of Ultrasound Imaging
Unifying Concepts of Spectral and Statistical Backscatter, and In Vivo Application
Presented by Guy Cloutier Universitv© De Montreal
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15767


WE-E-TRACK 3 Frontiers of Ultrasound Imaging
Quantitative Lung Ultrasound, Beyond Artifact Imaging
Presented by Marie Muller North Carolina State University
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VLID: 15769


WE-E-TRACK 3 Frontiers of Ultrasound Imaging
Q&A
Presented by Ivan Rosado-Mendez, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
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VLID: 15770


WE-E-TRACK 5 Cardiac Radioablation: How Medical Physicists Can Shape the Future?
Cardiac Radioablation Research and Development Needs at the Juncture of Electrophysiology and Radiation Therapy
Presented by Marta De Riva Silva Leiden University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15656


WE-E-TRACK 5 Cardiac Radioablation: How Medical Physicists Can Shape the Future?
Research Opportunities From Academia: A Summary of the State-Of-The-Art Cardiac Radioablation Medical Physics Research and Future Opportunities
Presented by Suzanne Lydiard University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15657


WE-E-TRACK 5 Cardiac Radioablation: How Medical Physicists Can Shape the Future?
Open Questions in the Radiobiology of Cardiac Radioablation and the Promise of Particle Therapy
Presented by Amanda Deisher, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15658


WE-E-TRACK 5 Cardiac Radioablation: How Medical Physicists Can Shape the Future?
Q&A
Presented by Paul Keall, PhD University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15659


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy
3D Printed Patient-Specific HDR Brachytherapy Applicator for Penile Cancer Plesiotherapy
Presented by Hugh Lee UT Southwestern
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15811


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy
A Fast and Accurate Analytical Dose Calculation Method for Seed-Loaded Stent
Presented by Tianyu Xiong Beihang University
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VLID: 15812


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy
Defining Dose Thresholds to the Optic Disc and Macula to Predict Vision Complications: A COMS Retrospective Study
Presented by Courtney Oare University of Minnesota
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VLID: 15813


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy
Determination of the RBE of the Xoft Axxent Source for Cervical Cancer Applications
Presented by Autumn Walter Department of Medical Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15814


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy
Commissioning and Clinical Implementation of a Hybrid TG-43 Technique for Shielded Brachytherapy Applicators
Presented by Cielle Collins Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15815


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy
Adaptive Workflow for a Patient-Specific 3D-Printed Template with Direction Modulated Brachytherapy (DMBT) Tandem Applicator for HDR Cervical Interstitial Brachytherapy
Presented by James Sohn Virginia Commonwealth University
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VLID: 15816


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy
Commissioning of the Ring Applicator and Quantifying Dwell Position Offset with Varian Bravos HDR Remote Afterloader
Presented by Arjit Baghwala, MS Houston Methodist Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15817


WE-E-TRACK 6 Brachytherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15818


WE-F-TRACK 1 21 Years into the 21st Century: Modern Scientific Publishing in Medical Physics and the JACMP
JACMP: Emerging Trends in Open Access Publishing
Presented by Michael Mills, PhD James Graham Brown Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15859


WE-F-TRACK 1 21 Years into the 21st Century: Modern Scientific Publishing in Medical Physics and the JACMP
JACMP: Taxonomy and Video Abstracts
Presented by Ashley Cetnar, MS The Ohio State University - James Cancer Hospital
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VLID: 15860


WE-F-TRACK 1 21 Years into the 21st Century: Modern Scientific Publishing in Medical Physics and the JACMP
Medical Physics: The New Editorial Model
Presented by John Boone, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
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VLID: 15861


WE-F-TRACK 1 21 Years into the 21st Century: Modern Scientific Publishing in Medical Physics and the JACMP
Medical Physics: Article Categories
Presented by Stanley Benedict, PhD UC Davis Cancer Center
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VLID: 15862


WE-F-TRACK 1 21 Years into the 21st Century: Modern Scientific Publishing in Medical Physics and the JACMP
Q&A
Presented by John Boone, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
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VLID: 15863


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II)
High-Resolution Ultrasound Imaging Through Self-Supervised Learning
Presented by Xianjin Dai Emory University
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VLID: 15843


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II)
A Novel Wireless Mechanical Oscillator for Power Doppler-Based Needle Tip Identification in Brachytherapy
Presented by Nathan Orlando Robarts Research Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15844


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II)
A Novel End-To-End Deep Learning Based Beamformer for Flexible Array Ultrasound Transducer
Presented by Xinyue Huang Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15845


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II)
X-Ray Acoustic Computed Tomography of Linac Photon Beams: Medium Dependent Experiments
Presented by Gilberto Gonzalez University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15846


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II)
4D MR Reconstruction Based On Real-Time 3D Ultrasound for Image-Guided Radiotherapy
Presented by Sydney Jupitz University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15847


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II)
An Unsupervised Ultrasound Liver Motion Tracking Using Deep Convolutional Neural Network
Presented by Yang Lei Emory Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15848


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II)
Motion Management in Abdomen with An Integrated Ultrasound and Abdominal Pressure Plate Device
Presented by Wanqing Li University of Science and Technology of China
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15849


WE-F-TRACK 3 Quantitative Ultrasound and Emergent Imaging Technology (II) Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15850


WE-F-TRACK 5 Brachytherapy Technology Horizon
Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Brachytherapy
Presented by Xun Jia, PhD The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15669


WE-F-TRACK 5 Brachytherapy Technology Horizon
Intensity Modulated and Anisotropic Brachytherapy Sources
Presented by William Song, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15670


WE-F-TRACK 5 Brachytherapy Technology Horizon
Advancements in Brachytherapy Plan Optimization
Presented by vÖsa Carlsson Tedgren, PhD Linkv?ping University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15671


WE-F-TRACK 5 Brachytherapy Technology Horizon
Personalized Brachytherapy with Integration of 3D Printing Technologies
Presented by James Robar, PhD Nova Scotia Health Authority
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15672


WE-F-TRACK 5 Brachytherapy Technology Horizon Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15673


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment
A Bilateral Neural Network for Loco-Regional Recurrence Prediction in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Cancer
Presented by Liyuan Chen UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15851


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment
An Automated Multi-Objective Model with Hyperparameter Optimization for Treatment Outcome Prediction in Metastatic Melanoma
Presented by Xi Chen, PhD Xi'an Jiaotong University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15852


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment
Changes in Post-Treatment Cardiac PET Avidity Predict Overall Survival in Lung Cancer Patients Treated with Chemoradiation
Presented by Tess Santangelo University of Colorado
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15853


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment
Measuring Radiation-Induced Changes in Perfusion with Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced 4DCT and Non-Contrast Lung Density Analysis in a Novel Swine Model
Presented by Antonia Wuschner
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15854


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment
Quantitative Radiomics Approach to Assess Acute Radiation Dermatitis in Breast Cancer Patients
Presented by So-yeon Park, MS Veterans Health Service Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15855


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment
Quantum Reinforcement and Deep Learning for Decision Support in Response-Adapted Lung Cancer Radiotherapy
Presented by Dipesh Niraula Moffitt Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15856


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment
Computational Prediction of Symptomatic RP Based On Planning Computed Tomography Images Using Topologically Invariant Betti Numbers Prior to Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy
Presented by Kenta Ninomiya
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15857


WE-F-TRACK 6 Image-Guided Treatment Response Modeling and Assessment Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15858


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-11 Sun Nuclear
What's New from Sun Nuclear
Presented by Jason Tracy Sun Nuclear Corporation
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VLID: 15870


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-11 Sun Nuclear Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15871


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-12 MIM Software, Inc.
Overcoming Peer Review Challenges with MIM Harmony
Presented by Kyle Ostergren Mim Software
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15872


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-12 MIM Software, Inc. Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15873


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-13 Elekta
Elekta Unity - Designed for Today and the Future
Presented by Kevin Brown Elekta Oncology Systems LTD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15874


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-14 Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc.
The Clinical Stereotactic Environment: Revealing a Paradoxical Inverse Correlation Between Individual Maximum 3D Deviations and the Overall Winston-Lutz 3D Displacement
Presented by Nicholas Battaglia Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15876


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-14 Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc.
The Clinical Stereotactic Environment: Revealing a Paradoxical Inverse Correlation Between Individual Maximum 3D Deviations and the Overall Winston-Lutz 3D Displacement
Presented by Daniel Ritt, MS Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15877


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-15 RefleXion Medical
First Clinical Experience: Overview of Commissioning the RefleXion BgRT System (Linac, kV system and Treatment Planning)
Presented by Bin Han, PhD Stanford University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15879


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-15 RefleXion Medical
First Clinical Experience: Overview of Commissioning the RefleXion BgRT System (Linac, kV system and Treatment Planning)
Presented by Murat Surucu, PhD Stanford University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16147


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-15 RefleXion Medical
First Clinical Experience: Overview of Commissioning the RefleXion BgRT System (Linac, kV system and Treatment Planning)
Presented by Nataliya Kovalchuk, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16148


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-15 RefleXion Medical Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15880


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-16 Radformation
From CT to Treatment in 30 Minutes
Presented by Elisabeth Van Wie Radformation
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VLID: 15881


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-16 Radformation Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15882


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-17 LAP Laser, LLC
Patient QA Solutions in Adaptive Radiotherapy with RadCalc
Presented by Carlos Bohorquez Lifeline Software Inc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15883


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-17 LAP Laser, LLC
Patient QA Solutions in Adaptive Radiotherapy with RadCalc
Presented by Katherine Carrington LAP of America Laser Applications LLC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16150


WE-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-17 LAP Laser, LLC Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15884


TH-AB-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 2: Possible Future Directions
Future Directions for Contrast Enhanced Mammography
Presented by Jordana Phillips Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Ma
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15907


TH-AB-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 2: Possible Future Directions
A New Framework to Asses Localization Accuracy of Tomosynthesis Guided and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy Units
Presented by Reyhaneh Nosrati Harvard Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15908


TH-AB-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 2: Possible Future Directions
Dedicated Breast CT: Clinical Needs, Solutions, and Remaining Challenges
Presented by Peymon Ghazi MALCOVA LLC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15909


TH-AB-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 2: Possible Future Directions
Noise Power Spectrum Analysis of Breast Tissue Textures Presented in Mammographic Images
Presented by Kai Yang, PhD Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15910


TH-AB-TRACK 2 Breast Imaging 2: Possible Future Directions
Audience Q & A
Presented by Da Zhang, PhD Harvard, Boston Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15911


TH-AB-TRACK 3 Going High or Going Low: MRI at Unconventional Field Strengths
How Low Can You Go: Contemporary Millitesla MRI
Presented by Matthew Rosen MGH/Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15901


TH-AB-TRACK 3 Going High or Going Low: MRI at Unconventional Field Strengths
New Clinical Opportunities Using Lower Field MRI
Presented by Adrienne Campbell-washburn National Heart, Lung And Blood Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15902


TH-AB-TRACK 3 Going High or Going Low: MRI at Unconventional Field Strengths
7T MRI Part I: The Good, the Bad and the (Slightly) Ugly
Presented by Andrew Fagan Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15903


TH-AB-TRACK 3 Going High or Going Low: MRI at Unconventional Field Strengths
7T MRI Part II: Towards the Development of Clinical Operations
Presented by Srinivasan Mukundan Brigham And Women’s Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15904


TH-AB-TRACK 3 Going High or Going Low: MRI at Unconventional Field Strengths
Q&A & Panel Discussion
Presented by Andrew Fagan Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15905


TH-AB-TRACK 4 Task-based Image Quality Optimization and Assessment in Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy
Training Model Observers for Predictive Performance in Novel Tasks
Presented by Craig Abbey University of California - Santa Barbara
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15892


TH-AB-TRACK 4 Task-based Image Quality Optimization and Assessment in Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy
Objective Image Quality Assessment by Use of Deep-Learning
Presented by Mark Anastasio Washington University in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15893


TH-AB-TRACK 4 Task-based Image Quality Optimization and Assessment in Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy
The Role of Dose in Task-Based Assessment of Image Quality — Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy
Presented by Matthew Kupinski, PhD University of Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15894


TH-AB-TRACK 4 Task-based Image Quality Optimization and Assessment in Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy
Q&A
Presented by Hua Li, PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16134


TH-AB-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiation Therapy in the Era of Big Data with Artificial Intelligence
Adaptive Radiotherapy – Current Clinical Challenges and Role of AI
Presented by X. Sharon Qi, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 15885


TH-AB-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiation Therapy in the Era of Big Data with Artificial Intelligence
AI/DL Based Auto-Segmentation for ART: Technical Development and Clinical Translation
Presented by Xuejun Gu, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15886


TH-AB-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiation Therapy in the Era of Big Data with Artificial Intelligence
Machine Learning-Based Auto Planning and Dose Prediction for ART
Presented by Yi Wang, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15887


TH-AB-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiation Therapy in the Era of Big Data with Artificial Intelligence
Learning From Experience: AI and Data Mining for Outcome-Driven Radiation Treatment Planning
Presented by Soren Bentzen University of Maryland
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15888


TH-AB-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiation Therapy in the Era of Big Data with Artificial Intelligence
Treatment Response Based On Delta Radiomics for ART
Presented by X. Allen Li, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15889


TH-AB-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiation Therapy in the Era of Big Data with Artificial Intelligence
Automated Adaptive Decision Making with Deep Leaning Neural Network (DLNN)
Presented by Issam El Naqa, PhD Moffitt Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15890


TH-AB-TRACK 5 Adaptive Radiation Therapy in the Era of Big Data with Artificial Intelligence Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15891


TH-AB-TRACK 7 Hands-on Workshop: Simulated Error Training for the Physics Plan Review
Introduction to Simulated Error Training
Presented by Leah Schubert, PhD University of Colorado Denver
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15933


TH-AB-TRACK 7 Hands-on Workshop: Simulated Error Training for the Physics Plan Review
Overview of the WGPE Simulation Data Sets
Presented by Perry Johnson, PhD University of Florida Health Proton Therapy Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15934


TH-A-TRACK 1 "Picture a Scientist": Toward Gender Equity
“Picture a Scientist”: Toward Gender Equity and a More Diverse Medical Physics Workforce
Presented by Kelly Paradis (Younge), PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15958


TH-A-TRACK 1 "Picture a Scientist": Toward Gender Equity Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15959


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA
3D Isocenter Coincidence Measurement for MR-Linacs with Cherenkov Imaging
Presented by Daniel Alexander Dartmouth College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15990


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA
An Evaluation of the Use of EBT-XD Film for SRS/SBRT Commissioning of Unity MR-Linac System
Presented by Seng-Boh Lim, MS Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15991


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA
Experimental Validation of a Prototype Ion Chamber for Accurate Magnetic Resonance Image Guided Radiation Therapy (MRgRT) Output Measurements in Solid Phantoms
Presented by Bryan Muir, PhD National Research Council
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15992


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA
Assessment of the Dependence of the Field Shape On Calibration Coefficients in Dose Area Product (DAP) for Small Field Sizes
Presented by Julien JURCZAK Universitv© Paris-Saclay, CEA, List, Laboratoire National Henri Becquerel (LNE-LNHB), F-91120 Palaiseau, France
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15993


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA
Development of a Comprehensive Framework for the Validation of a Respiratory Gating System
Presented by Michael Stock Louisiana State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15994


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA
Geometric and Dosimetric Verification for a Novel Stereotactic Radiosurgery System: ZAP-X
Presented by Ying Niu, PhD Medstar Georgetown University Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15995


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA
Quality Assurance of CyberKnife Small Radiation Fields Using High-Resolution Scanning Diode Detector
Presented by Kaida Yang East Carolina University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15996


TH-A-TRACK 6 Machine QA Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15997


TH-B-TRACK 1 Standardization and Workflow Management in Larger Multi-site Radiation Oncology Practice: Challenges and Solutions
Introduction
Presented by Raghavendiran Boopathy, PhD OHSU School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15947


TH-B-TRACK 1 Standardization and Workflow Management in Larger Multi-site Radiation Oncology Practice: Challenges and Solutions
Standardization and Consolidation Challenges in Multi-Site Radiation Oncology Practice
Presented by James Tanyi Oregon Health & Science Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15948


TH-B-TRACK 1 Standardization and Workflow Management in Larger Multi-site Radiation Oncology Practice: Challenges and Solutions
Team-Based Cross-Campus Planning Workflow
Presented by Gregory Niyazov, MS Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15949


TH-B-TRACK 1 Standardization and Workflow Management in Larger Multi-site Radiation Oncology Practice: Challenges and Solutions
Standardization of Physics QA Across Multi-Center Practice: Challenges and Lessons Learned
Presented by Christopher Nelson, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16140


TH-B-TRACK 1 Standardization and Workflow Management in Larger Multi-site Radiation Oncology Practice: Challenges and Solutions
Audience Q&A
Presented by Raghavendiran Boopathy, PhD OHSU School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15951


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking
Decompose KV Projections Using Neural Network for Improved Motion Tracking in Paraspinal SBRT
Presented by Xiuxiu He Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15998


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking
Near Real-Time Intra-Fractional 6D Monitoring of Prostate Position Using a Scheme Based On the Skeletonization of Implanted Marker Images
Presented by Hsiang-Chi Kuo, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15999


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking
Prediction of Lung Tumor Position Using 0.35 T Cine MRgRT in Retrospective Study
Presented by Jae-ik Shin Yonsei University College of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16000


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking
Experimental and Monte Carlo Simulation Characterization of a KV Scattered X-Ray Imaging System for Real-Time Lung Tumor Motion Tracking
Presented by Yanqi Huang UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16001


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking
Evaluation of Bronchoscopically Implanted Anchored Electromagnetic Transponders for Tumor Tracking and Monitoring During Deep Inspiration Breath Hold Lung Radiotherapy
Presented by Wendy Harris, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16002


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking
Markerless Tracking of Lung Tumor Motion Using Simulated Coded Aperture Scatter Imaging
Presented by Adam Mahl University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16003


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking
Markerless Motion Tracking with Simultaneous MV/kV Imaging in Spine SBRT Treatment
Presented by Weixing Cai Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16004


TH-B-TRACK 6 Real-time Tracking Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16005


TH-CD-TRACK 4 Novel Algorithms for High-quality Diagnostic and On-board Cone-beam CT
Deep-Learning-Enabled Autofocus for Image-Domain Deformable Motion Compensation in Cone Beam CT
Presented by Alejandro Sisniega, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15896


TH-CD-TRACK 4 Novel Algorithms for High-quality Diagnostic and On-board Cone-beam CT
Data-Driven Methods for Image Reconstruction and Artifact Correction in Cone Beam CT
Presented by Marc Kachelriess, PhD DKFZ Heidelberg, FS05
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15897


TH-CD-TRACK 4 Novel Algorithms for High-quality Diagnostic and On-board Cone-beam CT
New Technologies for Dual Energy Cone Beam CT
Presented by Adam Wang, PhD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15898


TH-CD-TRACK 4 Novel Algorithms for High-quality Diagnostic and On-board Cone-beam CT
Translating Recent Advances in CBCT to Clinical Practice
Presented by Yi Rong, PhD Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15899


TH-CD-TRACK 4 Novel Algorithms for High-quality Diagnostic and On-board Cone-Beam CT
Q&A
Presented by Alejandro Sisniega, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16135


TH-CD-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Planning Systems
The Ghost in the Shell: Understanding How AI Can Improve Adaptive Radiation Therapy Workflows
Presented by Deborah Schofield AdventHealth Orlando
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15983


TH-CD-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Planning Systems
Automated Adaptive Assessment Utilizing On-Board Imaging and Monte Carlo Dose Calculation
Presented by Neha Dwivedi Mim Software, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15984


TH-CD-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Planning Systems
Background of ART-Plan™ Proposal for ART-Plan™
Presented by Andreas Schulte TheraPanacea
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15985


TH-CD-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Planning Systems
Varian's Adaptive Planning Solution - Online or Offline
Presented by Nesrin Dogan, PhD University of Miami
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15986


TH-CD-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Planning Systems
InsightRT: Automated Adaptive Therapy Decision Support and Insurance Authorization
Presented by Leslie Schulte Siris Medical
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15987


TH-CD-TRACK 8 Therapy: Adaptive Therapy AI Software Planning Systems
Q&A
Presented by Deborah Schofield AdventHealth Orlando
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15988


TH-C-TRACK 1 A Penny for Your Thoughts: Survey Science for Medical Physicists
Start From Scratch: How to Craft Your Own Survey Questions, Methods, and Workflows
Presented by Leah Schubert, PhD University of Colorado Denver
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15960


TH-C-TRACK 1 A Penny for Your Thoughts: Survey Science for Medical Physicists
Translation and Interpretation: Adapting Established and Validated Survey Questions
Presented by Courtney Buckey, PhD Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15961


TH-C-TRACK 1 A Penny for Your Thoughts: Survey Science for Medical Physicists
Broaden the Horizons: Surveys at National and International Scale
Presented by Rachel Ivie American Institute of Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15962


TH-C-TRACK 1 A Penny for Your Thoughts: Survey Science for Medical Physicists
Audience Q&A
Presented by Courtney Buckey, PhD Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 15963


TH-C-TRACK 2 Effective Dose and Patient Dose
Effective Dose: What It Gives and What It Does Not
Presented by Madan Rehani, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15913


TH-C-TRACK 2 Effective Dose and Patient Dose
Latest From ICRP On Effective Dose
Presented by Colin Martin University of Glasgow
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15914


TH-C-TRACK 2 Effective Dose and Patient Dose
What Is the Best Metric to Assess Patient Exposure
Presented by Ehsan Samei, PhD Duke University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15915


TH-C-TRACK 2 Effective Dose and Patient Dose
Audience Q & A
Presented by Madan Rehani, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15916


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI
BEST IN PHYSICS (IMAGING): Parallel Imaging Stream for Multi-Purpose Real-Time Adaptive MRI-Guided Prostate Radiotherapy
Presented by Tom Bruijnen University Medical Center Utrecht
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16054


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI
Correcting Image Distortion for Brain Tumor Treatments On An MRI-Linac
Presented by Shanshan Shan University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16055


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI
Comparing Estimated Liver Elasticity Based On the Finite Element Method to MR-Elastography for Distribution of Liver Fibrosis
Presented by Koya Fujimoto Yamaguchi University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16056


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI
Visual Network in Primary Open Angle Glaucoma: A Functional Connectivity Analysis Based On Group Parcellation From Resting FMRI
Presented by Weizhao Lu
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VLID: 16057


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI
Novel Sampling Strategy for Improved Reproducibility in Quantitative T1rho Mapping
Presented by Can Wu
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VLID: 16058


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI
A Simulated Comparison of Local SAR Near Orthopedic Implants at 7T Relative to Lower Field Strengths
Presented by Paul Jacobs Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 16059


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI
Reproducibility of Functional Modes Identified by Non-Negative Matrix Factorization of FMRI Depends On Pre-Processing Strategy
Presented by Zaki Ahmed Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 16060


TH-C-TRACK 3 MRI Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16061


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I
A Novel 4D Dose Accumulation Algorithm for Predicting Dose to Organs at Risk During Motion Synchronized Treatments On Radixact
Presented by William Ferris University of Wisconsin-Madison
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VLID: 16086


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I
A Trajectory Optimization Method for Non-Coplanar Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy of Locally Advanced Unresectable Pancreatic Cancer
Presented by Gong Wang Peaking University 3rd Hospital
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VLID: 16087


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I
Influence of the Freedom in Table Rotation On Plan Quality, Deliverability, Delivery Time and Robustness of Dynamic Trajectory Treatment Plans
Presented by Hannes Loebner Division of Medical Radiation Physics and Department of Radiation Oncology, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, and University of Bern, Switzerland
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VLID: 16088


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I
Management of Larger Number of Multiple Brain Metastases Patients Via Restricted Single Isocenter Stereotactic Radiosurgery (RESIST) Method
Presented by Allison Palmiero University of Kentucky
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VLID: 16089


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I
Treatment of Gynecological Cancer Patients with Extended Fields (EF) Via Dual-Isocenter Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT) Using 6MV-FFF O-Ring Halcyon Linac
Presented by Damodar Pokhrel, PhD University of Kentucky
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VLID: 16090


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I
BEST IN PHYSICS (THERAPY): Color Imaging of Cherenkov Emission in Vivo During Radiotherapy Exhibits Correlation with Superficial Tissue Composition and Blood Oxygenation Changes
Presented by Petr Bruza Dartmouth College
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VLID: 16091


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I
Commissioning of a Novel Compensator-Based IMRT System for Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Presented by Kyuhak Oh, PhD University of Washington and University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 16092


TH-C-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques I Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16093


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy
A Deconvolution-Based Image Fusion Technique for Heterogenous Multi-Layer Portal Imagers
Presented by Ingrid Valencia Lozano Brigham and Women’s Hospital & Dana Farber Cancer Institute
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VLID: 16006


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy
Exploiting Pair Production for Nanoparticle Imaging and for In-Vivo Beam Monitoring in Megavoltage Radiotherapy
Presented by Davide Brivio Brigham and Women's Hospital
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VLID: 16007


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy
Hypersensitivity of Cancer Cells to Photon and Proton Radiation Caused by Disruption of Cell Cycle Arrest by An ATR Inhibitor
Presented by Mandira Manandhar UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 16008


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy
Plastic and Lead-Doped Scintillators for Ultrahigh Dose-Rate Irradiations Delivered with An X-Ray Tube
Presented by Daniel Cecchi University of Victoria
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VLID: 16009


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy
The Feasibility of Measuring In Vivo Tumor Microenvironment PH During Radiotherapy Using a Novel Cerenkov Emission Multispectral Optical Probe Based On Silicon Photomultipliers
Presented by Ibrahim Oraiqat, PhD H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute
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VLID: 16010


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy
Three-Dimensional Tumor Spheroid Model as a Tool to Optimize the Nano-Bio Interface
Presented by Kyle Bromma University of Victoria
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VLID: 16011


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy
Measurement of Secondary Neutron Spectrum with He4 Fast Neutron Detector
Presented by Sanjiv Samant, PhD University of Florida
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VLID: 16012


TH-C-TRACK 6 Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16013


TH-C-TRACK 7 Not for the Faint of Heart: Functional Radiosurgery
Functional Radiosurgery: Clinical Indications and Rationale
Presented by Steve Braunstein University of California San Francisco
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VLID: 15923


TH-C-TRACK 7 Not for the Faint of Heart: Functional Radiosurgery
Functional Radiosurgery Using the Linear Accelerator
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 15924


TH-C-TRACK 7 Not for the Faint of Heart: Functional Radiosurgery
Functional Radiosurgery with Gamma Knife
Presented by David Schlesinger, PhD University of Virginia Health Systems
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VLID: 15925


TH-C-TRACK 7 Not for the Faint of Heart: Functional Radiosurgery
Q&A
Presented by David Schlesinger, PhD University of Virginia Health Systems
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VLID: 15926


TH-D-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Workforce Update
Introduction
Presented by Erli Chen, MS Cheshire Medical Center
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VLID: 15965


TH-D-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Workforce Update
The Medical Physics Workforce in the United States
Presented by Wayne Newhauser, PhD Louisiana State University
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VLID: 15966


TH-D-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Workforce Update
A Special Report of 2020 AAPM Therapy Physicist Workforce Survey Results
Presented by Erli Chen, MS Cheshire Medical Center
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VLID: 15967


TH-D-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Workforce Update
A Special Report of 2020 AAPM Diagnostic Physicist Workforce Survey Results
Presented by Dustin Gress, MS American College of Radiology
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VLID: 15968


TH-D-TRACK 1 Medical Physics Workforce Update
Audience Q&A
Presented by Wayne Newhauser, PhD Louisiana State University
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VLID: 15969


TH-D-TRACK 2 Ct Protocol Development and Management
CT Protocol Management Pearls and Pitfalls
Presented by Kevin Little, PhD Ohio State Univ
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VLID: 15918


TH-D-TRACK 2 Ct Protocol Development and Management
CT Contrast Parameters for the Medical Physicist
Presented by Timothy Szczykutowicz, PhD University Wisconsin-Madison
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VLID: 15919


TH-D-TRACK 2 Ct Protocol Development and Management
CT Protocol Case Studies: Safety and Image Quality
Presented by Megan Jacobsen, BA UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 15920


TH-D-TRACK 2 Ct Protocol Development and Management
Audience Q & A
Presented by Megan Jacobsen, BA UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 15921


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging
An Effective Deep Learning Framework for Lung Tumor Segmentation in 4D-CT
Presented by Shadab Momin Emory University
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VLID: 16062


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging
Automated Tumor Localization and Segmentation Through Hybrid Neural Network in Head & Neck Cancer
Presented by Ahmad Qasem
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VLID: 16063


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging
Deep Siamese Network for False Positive Reduction in Brain Metastases Segmentation
Presented by Zi Yang UT Southwestern Medical Center
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VLID: 16064


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging
Development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Based Platform for Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer Prognosis
Presented by Yang Zhang Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
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VLID: 16065


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging
Unsupervised COVID-19 Pneumonia Lesion Segmentation in CT Scans Using Cycle Consistent Generative Adversarial Network
Presented by Yingao Liu university of science and technology of china
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VLID: 16066


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging
BEST IN PHYSICS (IMAGING): Validation of a Deep-Learning Model Observer in a Realistic Lung-Nodule Detection Task with Convolutional Neural Network-Based CT Denoising
Presented by Hao Gong Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 16067


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging
Towards Understandable AI in Lung Nodule Detection: Using the Genetic Algorithm for Interpretable, Human-Understandable Optimization of Nodule Candidate Generation in Lung CT Imaging
Presented by Muhammad Wahi-Anwar UCLA
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VLID: 16068


TH-D-TRACK 3 AI in Imaging Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16069


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II
A Direct Machine-Specific Parameters Incorporated Spot-Scanning Proton Arc (SPArc) Algorithm
Presented by Gang Liu Beaumont Health System
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VLID: 16094


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II
Comparison of Robust Optimization and PTV Margins for Mixed-Beam Radiotherapy
Presented by Emily Heath, PhD Carleton Univ
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VLID: 16095


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II
Development of An Irradiation System for MRI-Guided Proton Therapy
Presented by Yusuke Fujii Hokkaido University
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VLID: 16096


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II
Evaluation of GRID and Spatially Fractionated Radiation Therapy: Dosimetry and Preclinical Trial
Presented by Timothy Johnson
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VLID: 16097


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II
Experimental Study of An Innovative Thermo-Brachytherapy Seed for Simultaneous Delivery of Radiation and Hyperthermia
Presented by Somayeh Taghizadehghahremanloo University of Toledo
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VLID: 16098


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II
Effect of Incoming Particle Energy and Ionization Cluster Size On the G-Value of Hydrated Electrons
Presented by Alaina Bui McGill University
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VLID: 16099


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II
Ionoacoustic Treatment Monitoring for Radiosensitizer-Enhanced Carbon Ion Therapy: A Feasibility Study
Presented by Julie Lascaud Medical Physics, Ludwig-maximilians-university Munich
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VLID: 16100


TH-D-TRACK 5 Novel treatment delivery and verification techniques II Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16101


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning
3D DenseNet for Improving Dose Prediction of Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy in Prostate Cancer
Presented by Jie Fu, MS UCLA Radiation Oncology
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VLID: 16014


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning
A Deep Learning-Based Framework for Dose Prediction of Pancreatic Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy
Presented by Shadab Momin Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 16015


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning
Attention-Gated U-Net Implementation in Total Marrow Irradiation Plan Dose Prediction
Presented by Dongsu Du, PhD City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
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VLID: 16016


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning
Transfer Learning for Fluence Map Prediction in Adrenal Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy
Presented by Wentao Wang Duke University
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VLID: 16017


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning
How Fluence-Prediction Error Impact Final Plan Quality: Insights Into a Deep-Learning-Based (DL-Based) Head-And-Neck (H&N) IMRT Planning AI Agent
Presented by Xinyi Li Duke University Medical Center
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VLID: 16018


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning
Feasibility Study of Cross-Modality IMRT Auto-Planning Guided by a Deep Learning Model
Presented by Gregory Szalkowski UNC Health Care
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VLID: 16019


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning
A Deep-Learning-Enabled Remote Teaching Platform for Pancreas SBRT Treatment Planning: A Pilot Study in Pandemic Era
Presented by Yibo Xie Duke University Medical Center
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VLID: 16020


TH-D-TRACK 6 Deep learning in Treatment Planning Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16021


TH-D-TRACK 7 Gamma Knife QA Update with TG-178
TG-178 Recommendations
Presented by Steven Goetsch, PhD San Diego Medical Physics
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VLID: 15928


TH-D-TRACK 7 Gamma Knife QA Update with TG-178
Implementing TG -178 Into a Robust Modern QA Program
Presented by Paola Alvarez, MS UT MD Anderson Cancer Center - IROC
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VLID: 15929


TH-D-TRACK 7 Gamma Knife QA Update with TG-178
Gamma Knife QA From TG 21 to TG-178
Presented by Nels Knutson, MS Washington University School of Medicine
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VLID: 15930


TH-D-TRACK 7 Gamma Knife QA Update with TG-178
Q&A
Presented by Nels Knutson, MS Washington University School of Medicine
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VLID: 15931


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH R01, New Tools for Tracking Single Cells In Vivo
Presented by Guillem Pratx Stanford University
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VLID: 16119


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH R01, Multimodal Biomarkers For Oropharyngeal Cancer
Presented by Hua Li, PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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VLID: 16120


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
DOD, Multi-Scale Characterization of Radiation Resistance in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Presented by Kyle Lafata Duke University
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VLID: 16121


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH R01, Hybrid Virtual-MRI/CBCT: A New Paradigm for Image Guidance in Liver SBRT
Presented by Lei Ren, PhD University of Maryland
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VLID: 16122


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH R21, Novel Four Dimensional Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Monitor Pancreatic Tumor Infiltrating Blood Vessels and Tumor Response to Chemoradiation Therapy
Presented by Wensha Yang, PhD Keck School of Medicine of USC
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VLID: 16123


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
ACS, Physiological Adaptive Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer Treatment
Presented by Ning Wen, PhD Henry Ford Health System
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VLID: 16124


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH R01s, Anatomical Modeling to Improve the Precision of Image Guided Liver Ablation and Optimization and Evaluation of Anatomical Models of Liver Radiation Response
Presented by Kristy Brock, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 16125


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH R01, Density MATTERS Clinical Trial
Presented by Carrie Hruska, PhD Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 16126


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH P41, Center for Virtual Imaging Trials
Presented by Ehsan Samei, PhD Duke University
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VLID: 16127


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
NIH R01s, Fast Individualized Delivery Adaptation in Proton Therapy and Developing Whole-Body Computational Phantoms for Blood Dosimetry to Model the Impact of Radiation on the Immune System
Presented by Harald Paganetti, PhD Physics Division, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
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VLID: 16128


TH-EF-TRACK 2 Principal Investigator Scientific Highlights
Panel Discussion
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD University of Wisconsin
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VLID: 16129


TH-EF-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial intelligence in Medical Imaging
Artificial intelligence in Medical Imaging
Presented by Yu Liu, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
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VLID: 15977


TH-EF-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial intelligence in Medical Imaging
Artificial intelligence in Medical Imaging
Presented by Troy Crawford
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VLID: 16141


TH-EF-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial intelligence in Medical Imaging
Deep-Learning Systems for Fracture Detection in Musculoskeletal Radiographs
Presented by Rebecca Jones Imagen Technologies
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VLID: 15979


TH-EF-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial intelligence in Medical Imaging
Deep Learning Image Reconstruction for CT: Principles, Performance and Clinical Applications
Presented by Brian Nett GE Healthcare Technologies
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VLID: 15980


TH-EF-TRACK 8 Imaging: Artificial intelligence in Medical Imaging
Q&A
Presented by Yu Liu, PhD Medical College of Wisconsin
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VLID: 15981


TH-E-TRACK 1 Professional Letters of Reference: Advice for Those Who Need Them and Those Who Need To Write Them
An Introduction to Professional Letters of Reference
Presented by Chelsea Page-robertson Colorado Associates in Medical Physics
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VLID: 15953


TH-E-TRACK 1 Professional Letters of Reference: Advice for Those Who Need Them and Those Who Need To Write Them
Reference Letter Etiquette: How to Ask for a Letter of Reference
Presented by Robin Miller, MS Northwest Medical Physics Center
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VLID: 15954


TH-E-TRACK 1 Professional Letters of Reference: Advice for Those Who Need Them and Those Who Need To Write Them
How to Write a Great Letter of Reference
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
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VLID: 15955


TH-E-TRACK 1 Professional Letters of Reference: Advice for Those Who Need Them and Those Who Need To Write Them
Audience Q&A
Presented by Chelsea Page-robertson Colorado Associates in Medical Physics
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VLID: 15956


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT
Characterization and Optimization of Quantitative Greyscale Images From Photon Counting CT
Presented by Darrin Byrd
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VLID: 16070


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT
Development of a Prototype C-Arm Photon Counting Detector CT System for Interventional Imaging: First in Vivo Animal Results
Presented by Ke Li University of Wisconsin-Madison
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VLID: 16071


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT
Dual Energy CT Using Flying Focal Spot and An Anti-Scatter Grid as a Filter
Presented by Scott Hsieh Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 16072


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT
Quantitative Dual-Energy Imaging of Bone Composition On Multisource Cone-Beam CT with Model-Based Artifact Corrections
Presented by Stephen Liu Johns Hopkins University
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VLID: 16073


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT
Spectrum Optimization for Photon-Counting CT with a Silicon Detector
Presented by Taly Schmidt Marquette University
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VLID: 16074


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT
Characterization of a Bench-Top Photon-Counting CT System
Presented by Devon Richtsmeier University of Victoria
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VLID: 16075


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT
Iodine Quantification in a Full Field-Of-View Photon-Counting-Detector CT
Presented by Kishore Rajendran, PhD Mayo Clinic
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VLID: 16076


TH-E-TRACK 3 Dual Energy and Spectral CT and CBCT Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16077


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Few Shot Meta Learner for Post-Operative Prostate CTV Style Adaptation
Presented by Anjali Balagopal UT Southwestern Medical Center
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VLID: 16038


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Multi-Year Clinical Experience with In-House Developed AI Auto-Segmentation for Radiotherapy Planning
Presented by Sharif Elguindi Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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VLID: 16039


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Physician Evaluation of Deep Learning-Based Dose Predictions for Head and Neck Radiotherapy
Presented by Mary Gronberg UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 16040


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Scale-Adaptive Convolutional Neural Network for Deformable Image Registration of Lung 4DCT
Presented by Yudi Sang UCLA
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VLID: 16041


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Small Convolutional Neural Networks for Efficient 3D Medical Image Segmentation
Presented by Evan Gates, MS University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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VLID: 16042


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
CBCT-Based Prostate and Organs-At-Risk Segmentation Using Deep Attention Network
Presented by Yabo Fu
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VLID: 16043


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Automatic CT-Only Multi-Organ Segmentation for CT-On-Rails-Based Prostate Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Yingzi Liu Emory University
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VLID: 16044


TH-E-TRACK 4 AI Applications in Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16045


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms
A Feasibility Study for Deep Learning-Based Efficient Monte Carlo Dose Calculation Method in Radiotherapy
Presented by Xingyu Lu
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VLID: 16102


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms
A Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) Based Monte Carlo Model for a Biology-Guided Radiation Therapy Machine
Presented by Mengying Shi Stanford
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VLID: 16103


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms
Development of a Virtual Source Model for Monte Carlo Based Independent Dose Calculation for Varian Linac
Presented by James Castle University of Kentucky
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VLID: 16104


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms
Microdosimetry of Radionuclides Using Geant4 Simulation Considering the Auger Electron Contribution
Presented by Ohyun Kwon University of Wisconsin-Madison
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VLID: 16105


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms
Clinical Transition From AAA to Acuro XB: A Comprehensive and Treatment Site-Specific Report for Dose Comparison, Plan Analysis and Strategic Deployment
Presented by Xinran Zhong UT Southwestern
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VLID: 16106


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms
Dosimetric Comparison of HDR Surface Applicator Brachytherapy Between TG-43 and TG-186 for Angiosarcoma of the Scalp and Face
Presented by Thomas Harris Brigham & Women's Hospital
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VLID: 16107


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms
Generation of 3D Dosimetric Reference Datasets Using Model-Based Dose Calculations for COMS Eye Plaque Brachytherapy 
Presented by Elizabeth Fletcher Carleton University
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VLID: 16108


TH-E-TRACK 5 Radiation Dose Calculation Algorithms Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16109


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning
Cardiac Radio-Ablation Target Delineation On 3D Electro-Anatomical Maps
Presented by Michelle Boeck Brigham and Women's Hospital
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VLID: 16022


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning
Dose Kernel Decomposition for GammaKnife and GammaPod Treatment Planning
Presented by Mingli Chen, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
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VLID: 16023


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning
Evaluation of Dose Calculation Accuracy of Intermediate-To-Low Dose Spillage in Single-Isocenter Multitarget Radiosurgery Using 3D Dosimetry
Presented by Yi-Fang Wang New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center
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VLID: 16024


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning
Which Metric Quantifies Dose Fall-Off for SRS Treatments of Brain Lesions?
Presented by Tomi Nano University of California, San Francisco
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VLID: 16025


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning
Demonstrating the Practical Limitation of a Previously Validated Knowledge-Based Planning Model for SIB Lung SBRT of Large (> 5 Cm) Tumors
Presented by Justin Visak University of Kentucky
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VLID: 16026


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning
Radiobiological Analysis of Isotoxic SBRT Simultaneous Integrated Boost of Multi-Parametric MR Defined Dominant Intraprostatic Lesions
Presented by Michael Dumas Henry Ford Health System
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VLID: 16027


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning
Using Deep Learning Framework (pytorch) for Circular Cone Treatment Planning of CyberKnife System
Presented by Bin Liang National Cancer Center/National Clinical Research Center for Cancer/Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College
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VLID: 16028


TH-E-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Segmentation, Dose Calculation, and Treatment Planning Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16029


TH-E-TRACK 7 Advances in Tomotherapy Treatment and QA - New Guidelines from TG 306
Updates to Tomotherapy Delivery Platform Since TG 148
Presented by Jennifer Smilowitz, PhD University of Wisconsin
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VLID: 15938


TH-E-TRACK 7 Advances in Tomotherapy Treatment and QA - New Guidelines from TG 306
Update of Tolerance Limits, Frequencies and QA Methodology for Machine QA
Presented by Quan Chen, PhD University of Kentucky
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VLID: 15939


TH-E-TRACK 7 Advances in Tomotherapy Treatment and QA - New Guidelines from TG 306
Update On Imaging, Treatment Planning and Patient Specific QA
Presented by X. Sharon Qi, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
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VLID: 15940


TH-E-TRACK 7 Advances in Tomotherapy Treatment and QA - New Guidelines from TG 306
Risk Based Assessment for Tomotherapy Delivery (FMEA Analysis )
Presented by Jay Burmeister, PhD Wayne State University, Karmanos Cancer Center
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VLID: 15941


TH-E-TRACK 7 Advances in Tomotherapy Treatment and QA - New Guidelines from TG 306 Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15942


TH-F-TRACK 1 Expanding the Scope of the Medical Physics Profession: Developing and Examining Patient-Facing Roles and Responsibilities
Developing Patient-Facing Roles for Medical Physicists to Advance Patient Care
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD UC San Diego
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VLID: 15971


TH-F-TRACK 1 Expanding the Scope of the Medical Physics Profession: Developing and Examining Patient-Facing Roles and Responsibilities
The Physicist’s Role in Patient-Centered Communication
Presented by Jay Burmeister, PhD Wayne State University, Karmanos Cancer Center
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VLID: 15972


TH-F-TRACK 1 Expanding the Scope of the Medical Physics Profession: Developing and Examining Patient-Facing Roles and Responsibilities
Implementing Patient Physics Consults: The University of Washington Experience
Presented by Sarah Geneser, PhD University of Washington
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VLID: 15973


TH-F-TRACK 1 Expanding the Scope of the Medical Physics Profession: Developing and Examining Patient-Facing Roles and Responsibilities
A Clinical Communication Skills Development Program for Medical Physicists
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD University of California, San Diego
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VLID: 15974


TH-F-TRACK 1 Expanding the Scope of the Medical Physics Profession: Developing and Examining Patient-Facing Roles and Responsibilities
Audience Q&A
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD UC San Diego
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VLID: 15975


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification
A Dosimetric Evaluation of 223Ra-Dichloride Using a Realistic Model of the Metastatic Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer Microenvironment and Whole-Body Pharmacokinetics
Presented by Alexander Strunets
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VLID: 16078


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification
Fetal and Maternal Atomic Bomb Survivor Dosimetry Using Kneeling and Lying Survivor Postures of J45 Pregnant Female Phantoms
Presented by Sean Domal University of Florida
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VLID: 16079


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification
New Dosimetric Standard for Radiotherapy: Bounded Dose Volumetric Histogram Derived From Gamma Criteria
Presented by Peter Olcott Reflexion Medical
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VLID: 16080


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification
In Vivo Relative Dosimetry with XACT Imaging: A Feasibility Study
Presented by Kiana Prather University Of Oklahoma College of Medicine
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VLID: 16081


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification
Model Based Reconstruction Algorithm for Transperineal XACT Imaging
Presented by Leshan Sun University Of California Irvine
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VLID: 16082


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification
Investigation Into the Relationship Patient Setup Accuracy and In-Vivo Transit Dosimetry for Image-Guided Volumetrically Modulated Total Body Irradiation (TBI)
Presented by Sameer Taneja NYU Langone Health
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VLID: 16083


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification
Small-Cavity Detector Perturbation and Quality Correction Factors in Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Guided Radiotherapy Small Photon Beams
Presented by Yunuen Cervantes-Espinosa Universite de Montreal
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VLID: 16084


TH-F-TRACK 3 Radiation Dose Evaluation and Verification Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16085


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses
A Non-Parametric Analysis to Identify High-Risk Vs. Low-Risk Anatomic Regions Associated with Reduced Overall Survival in the RTOG 0617 Clinical Trial Data
Presented by Jiening Zhu Stony Brook University
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VLID: 16046


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses
Blood Dose Calculation in Radiotherapy
Presented by Abdelkhalek Hammi TU Dortmund University
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VLID: 16047


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses
Enabling Few-View 3D Tomographic Image Reconstruction by Geometry-Informed Deep Learning
Presented by Liyue Shen Stanford University
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VLID: 16048


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses
Head-And-Neck IMRT Auto-Planning Through Fluence Map Prediction Using Progressive Growing of Generative Adversarial Networks
Presented by Xinyi Li Duke University Medical Center
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VLID: 16049


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses
Improvements in Beam's Eye View Fiducial Tracking Using A Novel Multilayer Imager
Presented by Thomas Harris Brigham & Women's Hospital
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VLID: 16050


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses
Quantifying Radiation-Induced Lung Injury as a Function of Regional Radiation Therapy Dose Using Hyperpolarized-129Xe MRI
Presented by Leith Rankine, MS The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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VLID: 16051


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses
Predicting Locoregional Recurrence Through Multi-Modality and Multi-View Deep Learning for in Head & Neck Cancer
Presented by Jinkun Guo Xidian University
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VLID: 16052


TH-F-TRACK 4 Novel Strategies Using Existing Imaging Technology for Planning, Delivery and Toxicity Analyses Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16053


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques
A Development of An In-House Software for Motion Monitoring During the Stereotactic Paraspinal Treatment
Presented by Qiyong Fan Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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VLID: 16110


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques
A Real-Time Surveillance System to Improve the Safety of MRI in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Guanglin Tang The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr
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VLID: 16111


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques
An International Validation of Knowledge-Based Planning
Presented by Aaron Babier University of Toronto
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VLID: 16112


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques
Development of a Novel Dual-Modality Balloon Implant for Simultaneous HDR Brachytherapy and Magnetic Nanoparticle Hyperthermia of Brain Tumor Resection Cavities
Presented by Shuying Wan, PhD Department of Radiation Oncology
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VLID: 16113


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques
Prescription Tradeoff Decision Support for Pancreas SBRT: From Templates to Artificial Intelligence Models
Presented by Yibo Xie Duke University Medical Center
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VLID: 16114


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques
Understanding Physician's Preference in Treatment Planning of Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy of Prostate Cancer
Presented by Yin Gao The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
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VLID: 16115


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques
Use of CBCT for Reducing QACT Frequency in Intensity Modulated Proton Therapy: Head and Neck
Presented by Weiguang Yao University of Maryland School of Medicine
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VLID: 16116


TH-F-TRACK 5 Translational Technologies and Techniques Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16117


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Development and Evaluation of a Bi-Polar Gated Respiratory Motion Management Strategy for Lung SBRT
Presented by Zhen Li Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital
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VLID: 16030


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Predicting the Efficacy of Spacer Placement for Pancreatic Cancer Using a Novel Patient-Specific Virtual Spacer
Presented by Hamed Hooshangnejad Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Biomedical Engineering
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VLID: 16031


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Stereotactic Arrhythmia Radioablation for Treating Refractory Ventricular Tachycardia
Presented by Seungjong Oh, PhD Allegheny General Hospital
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VLID: 16032


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Single-Isocenter/Multi-Target (SIMT) SRS to Multiple Brain Lesions Via Dynamic Conformal Arcs (DCA)-Based VMAT with MLC Aperture Shape Controller
Presented by Sydney Land
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VLID: 16033


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Comparison Between the HYPERSCINT RP200 Scintillation Detector and Other Small Field Detectors for 10MV FFF SRS Beam Modelling On a VersaHD Linear Accelerator
Presented by Mathieu Goulet CISSS - Chaudiv®re-Appalaches
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VLID: 16034


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Assessment of the Dosimetric Impact of Rogue Leaf Pair Openings in Modulated Stereotactic Radiosurgery Plans
Presented by Kevin Jones, PhD Rush University Medical Center
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VLID: 16035


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification
Modeling Dosimetric Impact of Treatment Delivery Errors in Robotic Radiosurgery: Experimental Validation and Applications
Presented by Ming Liu The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre
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VLID: 16036


TH-F-TRACK 6 SRS/SBRT: Treatment Delivery and Verification Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 16037


TH-F-TRACK 7 Using Automation to Improve Linac-based VMAT for Total Body Irradiation (TBI)
Cleveland Clinic VMAT TBI Experience: Automation in Treatment Volume Divisions for Adult and Pediatric Patients
Presented by Bingqi Guo, PhD Cleveland Clinic Foundation
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VLID: 15943


TH-F-TRACK 7 Using Automation to Improve Linac-based VMAT for Total Body Irradiation (TBI)
Stanford VMAT TBI Experience: Automation in Treatment Planning
Presented by Nataliya Kovalchuk, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
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VLID: 15944


TH-F-TRACK 7 Using Automation to Improve Linac-based VMAT for Total Body Irradiation (TBI)
UT South Western VMAT TBI Experience: Automation in Treatment Planning and Delivery
Presented by Xuejun Gu, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
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VLID: 15945


TH-F-TRACK 7 Using Automation to Improve Linac-based VMAT for Total Body Irradiation (TBI) Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 15946


TH-SHOWCASE-TRACK 8-18 LAP Laser, LLC
Clinical Workflows Utilizing Laser Systems by LAP
Presented by Raphael Schmidt Lap Of America Laser Applications, Llc
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VLID: 16131