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Session in Memory of Jean Pouliot: Next-Generation Deformable Image Registration

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N Kirby

K Brock

G Hugo
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G Christensen

N Kirby1*, K Brock2*, G Hugo3*, G Christensen4*, (1) University of Texas HSC SA, San Antonio, TX, (2) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, (3) Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, (4) University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA


4:30 PM : Memorial Introduction - N Kirby, Presenting Author
4:35 PM : Biomechanical Modeling of Anatomical Response over the Course of Therapy - K Brock, Presenting Author
5:03 PM : Accounting for Large Geometric Changes During Radiotherapy - G Hugo, Presenting Author
5:31 PM : Advanced Medical Image Registration Techniques - G Christensen, Presenting Author

WE-H-202-0 (Wednesday, August 3, 2016) 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Room: 202

Deformable image registration has now been commercially available for several years, with solid performance in a number of sites and for several applications including contour and dose mapping. However, more complex applications have arisen, such as assessing response to radiation therapy over time, registering images pre- and post-surgery, and auto-segmentation from atlases. These applications require innovative registration algorithms to achieve accurate alignment. The goal of this session is to highlight emerging registration technology and these new applications. The state of the art in image registration will be presented from an engineering perspective. Translational clinical applications will also be discussed to tie these new registration approaches together with imaging and radiation therapy applications in specific diseases such as cervical and lung cancers.

Learning Objectives:
1. To understand developing techniques and algorithms in deformable image registration that are likely to translate into clinical tools in the near future.
2. To understand emerging imaging and radiation therapy clinical applications that require such new registration algorithms.

Funding Support, Disclosures, and Conflict of Interest: Research supported in part by the National Institutes of Health under award numbers P01CA059827, R01CA166119, and R01CA166703. Disclosures: Phillips Medical systems (Hugo), Roger Koch (Christensen) support, Varian Medical Systems (Brock), licensing agreements from Raysearch (Brock) and Varian (Hugo).; K. Brock, Licensing Agreement - RaySearch Laboratories Research Funding - Varian Medical Systems; G. Hugo, Research grant from National Institutes of Health, award number R01CA166119.; G. Christensen, Research support from NIH grants CA166119 and CA166703 and a gift from Roger Koch. There are no conflicts of interest.


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