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  Outcomes Analysis Tuesday
Therapy Scientific Session 4:30PM - 6:00PM  Room: 108

Moderator 1: Joseph Deasy, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Moderator 2: Issam El Naqa, McGill University

4:30 PM
Prediction in Clinical Response to Radiation Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer
Z. Huang*, N. Mayr, S. Lo, S. Winkler, K. Yuh, C. Lok, T. Liu, S. Stephenson, R. McLawhorn, K. Rasmussen, J. Rice, W. Yuh
4:40 PM
Left Atrium Dose-Volume Parameters Predict for Clinically Significant Radiation Pneumonitis
E. Huang*, M. Folkert, J. Bradley, A. Apte, J. Deasy
4:50 PM
Small Lung Size Increases the Risk of Radiation Pneumonitis in Lung Cancer Patients
T. Briere*, S. Tucker, Z. Liao, M. Martel
5:00 PM
Lack of Differentiation in Performance of Predictive Radiation Pneumonitis Models
S. Krafft*, L. Court, T. Briere, M. Martel
5:10 PM
Assessment of Different Machine Learning Techniques for Multivariate Radiation Pneumonitis Modeling
S. Lee*, J. Bradley, N. Ybarra, K. Jeyaseelan, J. Seuntjens, I. El Naqa
5:20 PM
Anatomical Localization of Late Rectal Toxicity Predictors in Prostate Radiotherapy
K. Foo*, M. Ebert, M. Carolan, A. Haworth, M. Bulsara, D. Joseph, J. Denham
5:30 PM
Development and QA of a Novel Framework to Quantify Normal Tissue Toxicity Using the Jacobian Map
J. Niedzielski*, J. Yang, L. Zhang, M. Martel, T. Briere, D. Gomez, L. Court
5:40 PM
Variable RBE and Incidence of Radiation Pneumonitis in Lung Patients Treated with Proton Therapy
D. Mirkovic*, U. Titt, C. Peeler, L. Perles, Z. Liao, R. Mohan
5:50 PM
Can NTCP Models Derived From 3D-CRT Data Be Used to Predict Gastrointestinal Toxicities for IMRT Prostate Cancer Patients?
A. Troeller*, M. Soehn, D. Yan