2014 Award Winners
The John R. Cameron Young Investigators Symposium a competition for new investigators within a special symposium in honor of Dr. John Cameron.
Congratulations go to:
1st place: Susannah Hickling of McGill University for her abstract: “Feasibility of X-Ray Acoustic Computed Tomography as a Tool for Calibration and In Vivo Dosimetry of Radiotherapy Electron and Photon Beams”
2nd place: Svenja Ipsen of University of Luebeck for her abstract: “Radiosurgery Beyond Cancer: Real-Time Target Localization and Treatment Planning for Cardiac Radiosurgery Under MRI Guidance”
3rd place: Scott Robertson of Johns Hopkins University for his abstract: “A Data-Mining Algorithm for Large Scale Analysis of Dose-Outcome Relationships in a Database of Irradiated Head-And-Neck (HN) Cancer Patients”
Innovation in Medical Physics Education
The Education Council of the AAPM sponsors a session during the Annual Meeting to honor and publicize Innovation in Medical Physics Education. The abstracts can be scientific research, novel teaching strategies – team teaching or adult learning efforts, novel educational materials – lectures, websites, or other innovations.
Congratulations goes to:
Todd Pawlicki of UCSD Medical Center for his presentation: “Open Access Web-Based Peer-to-Peer Training and Education in Radiotherapy”