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Task Group No. 224 - Proton Machine QA (TG224)

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The main object of the TG-224 will be to develop uniform and comprehensive QA procedures for proton readiotherapy machines.  The TG-224 will consider various technologies and design characteristics, which are implemented by the different manufacturers.  The TG will recommend the tolerances and range of the parameters that are directly influencing the precision of treatment beam delivery.

Bylaws:Not Referenced.Rules: Not Referenced.
Approved Date(s)n/a
Committee Keywords: Proton Machine QA, Proton Therapy, Quality Assurance, Task Group, TG224
Chair

Bijan Arjomandy
Task Group Chair


2018 Roster

(dates shown below are beginning date of position)

=complete and up-to-date, =complete, out-of-date, =incomplete conflict of interest statement.
VOTING AppointmentsThere are 13 members and guests.
Christopher G. Ainsley, PhD

1/17/2012  Member
up-to-date
Bijan Arjomandy, PhD

1/17/2012  Task Group Chair
up-to-date
Jonathan B. Farr, DSc

1/17/2012  Member
up-to-date
Jacob Flanz, PhD

1/1/2014  Member
up-to-date
Eric E. Klein, PhD

1/17/2012  Member
up-to-date
Mark Pankuch, PhD

6/26/2012  Member
up-to-date
SungYong Park, PhD

1/17/2012  Member
up-to-date
Sairos Safai, PhD

2/27/2012  Member
up-to-date
Narayan Sahoo, PhD

1/17/2012  Member
up-to-date
Paige A. Taylor, MS

4/22/2013  Member
up-to-date
NON-VOTING Appointments
David S. Followill, PhD

1/17/2012  Consultant (nonvoting)
up-to-date
Yuki Kase, PhD

1/17/2012  Member (nonvoting)
up-to-date
Ellen D. Yorke, PhD

1/17/2012  Consultant (nonvoting)
up-to-date

None Appointed