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SU-A-SAN4 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Patient Communication - A Future Role for Clinical Physicists?
Why Should Medical Physicists Communicate with Patients?
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13400


SU-A-SAN4 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Patient Communication - A Future Role for Clinical Physicists?
Effective Clinical Communication Strategies
Presented by Derek Brown, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13401


SU-A-SAN4 AAPM Medical Physics Student Meeting: Patient Communication - A Future Role for Clinical Physicists? Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13403


SU-B-SAN1 Education Council Symposium: Defining and Measuring Quality in Medical Physics Education
Introduction; Quality Metrics in Higher Education
Presented by George Starkschall, PhD University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13404


SU-B-SAN1 Education Council Symposium: Defining and Measuring Quality in Medical Physics Education
Assessment of Quality in Didactic Graduate Programs
Presented by Edward Jackson, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13405


SU-B-SAN1 Education Council Symposium: Defining and Measuring Quality in Medical Physics Education
Assessment of Quality in Clinical Residency Programs
Presented by Kristi Hendrickson, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13406


SU-B-SAN1 Education Council Symposium: Defining and Measuring Quality in Medical Physics Education Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13408


SU-C-SAN1 Joint Council Symposium: Quality in Medical Physics
How Can Administrators Judge the Quality of Medical Physics
Presented by Habib Tannir, MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13409


SU-C-SAN1 Joint Council Symposium: Quality in Medical Physics
Quality in Medical Physics From An Academic Perspective
Presented by Benedick Fraass, PhD Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13410


SU-C-SAN1 Joint Council Symposium: Quality in Medical Physics
Quality in Medical Physics From a Global Perspective
Presented by Jatinder Palta, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13411


SU-C-SAN1 Joint Council Symposium: Quality in Medical Physics
Q&A
Presented by Daniel Pavord, MS Allegheny General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13412


SU-C-SAN1 Joint Council Symposium: Quality in Medical Physics Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13413


SU-D-SAN1 Professional Council Symposium: Finding the Most Valuable Use of Limited Time and Resources
The Utilization of Information Technology Re: Benchmark Data and Quality Improvement Tools with a Focus On Automation
Presented by Hua Li, PhD Carle Fundation Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13414


SU-D-SAN1 Professional Council Symposium: Finding the Most Valuable Use of Limited Time and Resources
Key Performance Indicators
Presented by Ehsan Samei, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13415


SU-D-SAN1 Professional Council Symposium: Finding the Most Valuable Use of Limited Time and Resources
Efficiency and Best Use of Resources From a Safety Perspective
Presented by Sandra Meyers, University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13416


SU-D-SAN1 Professional Council Symposium: Finding the Most Valuable Use of Limited Time and Resources
Q&A
Presented by Daniel Pavord, MS Allegheny General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13417


SU-D-SAN1 Professional Council Symposium: Finding the Most Valuable Use of Limited Time and Resources Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13418


MO-A-302 Redesigning the Planner and Physicist Roles in the Era of Automated Planning
Introduction
Presented by Kevin Moore, UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13510


MO-A-302 Redesigning the Planner and Physicist Roles in the Era of Automated Planning
Automated Planning and the Role of the Physicist
Presented by Kevin Moore, UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13511


MO-A-302 Redesigning the Planner and Physicist Roles in the Era of Automated Planning
Streamlining Treatment Design Processes and the Role of the Planner
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13512


MO-A-302 Redesigning the Planner and Physicist Roles in the Era of Automated Planning
Managing Change in Radiotherapy
Presented by Sasa Mutic, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13513


MO-A-302 Redesigning the Planner and Physicist Roles in the Era of Automated Planning Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13515


MO-AB-221CD ISMRM - AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Foundations
MR Safety Fundamentals
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13438


MO-AB-221CD ISMRM - AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Foundations
Siting and Facility Design
Presented by Tobias Gilk, RAD-Planning/Gilk RAdiology Consultants
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13439


MO-AB-221CD ISMRM - AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Foundations
Significant Standards Related to MR Safety
Presented by Michael Steckner, PhD Canon Medical Research USA, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13440


MO-AB-221CD ISMRM - AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Foundations
Active Implantable Medical Device (AIMD) Interactions with MRI: Modeling to Demonstrate Safety
Presented by Jonathan Edmonson, Medtronic, Inc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13441


MO-AB-221CD ISMRM - AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Foundations
Implications of MR Acoustic Noise for Patients and Workers
Presented by Michael Steckner, PhD Canon Medical Research USA, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13442


MO-AB-221CD ISMRM - AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Foundations Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13443


MO-AB-225BCD Joint AAPM-SNMMI Symposium: Nuclear Medicine Theranostics and Functional Image-Guided Radiation Therapy for Precision Oncology
Functional Image-Guided Thoracic and Hepatic Radiation Therapy: Synergies Between Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology
Presented by Stephen Bowen, PhD University of Washington, School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13423


MO-AB-225BCD Joint AAPM-SNMMI Symposium: Nuclear Medicine Theranostics and Functional Image-Guided Radiation Therapy for Precision Oncology
Image-Guided 90Y Radionuclide Treatment Planning, Delivery, and Verification for Hepatic Cancers
Presented by Srinivas Cheenu Kappadath, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13424


MO-AB-225BCD Joint AAPM-SNMMI Symposium: Nuclear Medicine Theranostics and Functional Image-Guided Radiation Therapy for Precision Oncology
Advances in Nuclear Medicine Theranostics
Presented by John Laurence Humm, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13425


MO-AB-225BCD Joint AAPM-SNMMI Symposium: Nuclear Medicine Theranostics and Functional Image-Guided Radiation Therapy for Precision Oncology
Theranostic Imaging and Functional Image-Guided Head-And-Neck Radiation Therapy
Presented by Soren Bentzen, University of Maryland
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13426


MO-AB-225BCD Joint AAPM-SNMMI Symposium: Nuclear Medicine Theranostics and Functional Image-Guided Radiation Therapy for Precision Oncology
Functional Image-Guided Intracranial Radiation Therapy
Presented by Deanna Pafundi, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13427


MO-AB-225BCD Joint AAPM-SNMMI Symposium: Nuclear Medicine Theranostics and Functional Image-Guided Radiation Therapy for Precision Oncology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13428


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide
Introduction: Goal and Learning objectives of the Symposium
Presented by Caridad Borras, DSc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13534


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide
Medical physics certification in the United States and Canada
Presented by Eugene Lief, PhD VA Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13535


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide
Medical Physics certification in Asia
Presented by Kwan Hoong Ng, PhD University of Malaya
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13536


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide
Medical Physics certification in Africa
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: 13537


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide
Medical Physics certification in Latin America
Presented by Paulo Costa, PhD Universidade de Sao Paulo
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13538


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide
Medical physics certification in Europe
Presented by Caridad Borras, DSc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13539


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide
The International Medical Physics Certification Board (IMPCB): Goals and achievements
Presented by Colin Orton, PhD Wayne State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13540


MO-AB-301 International Symposium: Certification of Medical Physicists Worldwide Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13542


MO-AB-303 Advances in Ultrasound Guidance and Planning for Brachytherapy
Ultrasound: A Modality of Choice for Real-Time Guidance and Planning in Brachytherapy
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, PhD Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13543


MO-AB-303 Advances in Ultrasound Guidance and Planning for Brachytherapy
3-Dimensional Ultrasound for Prostate, GYN and Breast Brachytherapy
Presented by Aaron Fenster, PhD Robarts Research Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 13544


MO-AB-303 Advances in Ultrasound Guidance and Planning for Brachytherapy
Practical US Guidance of GYN Implants with Real-Time Doppler
Presented by William Bice, PhD John Muir Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13545


MO-AB-303 Advances in Ultrasound Guidance and Planning for Brachytherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13546


MO-AB-304 Scripting Applications in Clinic, That is an Easy Button
Scripting Applications in Clinic, That Is An Easy Button
Presented by Chengyu Shi, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13492


MO-AB-304 Scripting Applications in Clinic, That is an Easy Button
Scripting Applications in Photon/Proton Clinics and Clinical Trials
Presented by Taoran Li, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13493


MO-AB-304 Scripting Applications in Clinic, That is an Easy Button
Practical Scripting in MIM and Pinnacle
Presented by Bingqi Guo, PhD The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13494


MO-AB-304 Scripting Applications in Clinic, That is an Easy Button
Increasing Efficiency and Quality in External Beam Treatment Planning Through Automation and Scripting
Presented by Sean Berry, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13495


MO-AB-304 Scripting Applications in Clinic, That is an Easy Button Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13496


MO-AB-SAN2 AI for Predicting Response
AI for Predicting Treatment Outcomes
Presented by Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer, Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13460


MO-AB-SAN2 AI for Predicting Response
Radiomics and Machine Learning in Predicting Response From Medical Imaging
Presented by Maryellen Giger, PhD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13461


MO-AB-SAN2 AI for Predicting Response
Quantitative Imaging Response Metrics for Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Cancers
Presented by Eugene Koay, MD Anderson
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13462


MO-AB-SAN2 AI for Predicting Response
Spearhead Clinically Relevant Radiologic Biomarker Discovery in Precision Oncology with Habitat Imaging
Presented by Jia Wu, Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13463


MO-AB-SAN2 AI for Predicting Response Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13464


MO-A-SAN4 Are you Prepared for Cybersecurity? What Industry is Planning and How You Can Manage It.
DICOM Efforts to Improve CyberSecurity
Presented by Lawrence Tarbox, PhD University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13469


MO-A-SAN4 Are you Prepared for Cybersecurity? What Industry is Planning and How You Can Manage It.
Industry Efforts to Improve CyberSecurity
Presented by David Ackerson, Varian Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.9 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 13470


MO-A-SAN4 Are you Prepared for Cybersecurity? What Industry is Planning and How You Can Manage It.
Coping with CyberSecurity: What Can the Clinical Physicist Do?
Presented by Rishabh Kapoor, MS VCU Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13471


MO-A-SAN4 Are you Prepared for Cybersecurity? What Industry is Planning and How You Can Manage It. Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13472


MO-B-302 MPPG Initiative: Implementation Experience and New Reports
Introduction
Presented by Brent Parker, PhD The Univeristy of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13516


MO-B-302 MPPG Initiative: Implementation Experience and New Reports
Medical Physics Extenders: MPPG#7
Presented by J. Anthony Seibert, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13517


MO-B-302 MPPG Initiative: Implementation Experience and New Reports
Scope of Practice for Clinical Medical Physics: MPPG#10
Presented by Jessica Clements, MS Kaiser Permanente
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13518


MO-B-302 MPPG Initiative: Implementation Experience and New Reports Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13520


MO-B-SAN4 Learning from the Experts: Lessons Medical Physicists Can Learn from Management Science
Negotiation
Presented by Alonso Gutierrez, PhD Miami Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13465


MO-B-SAN4 Learning from the Experts: Lessons Medical Physicists Can Learn from Management Science
Teams
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13466


MO-B-SAN4 Learning from the Experts: Lessons Medical Physicists Can Learn from Management Science
Effective Delegation Skills
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13467


MO-B-SAN4 Learning from the Experts: Lessons Medical Physicists Can Learn from Management Science Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13468


MO-D-Theatre President's Symposium: Building Bridges
Welcome
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13550


MO-D-Theatre President's Symposium: Building Bridges
RSNA President, Remarks
Presented by Valerie Jackson, MD The American Board of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13551


MO-D-Theatre President's Symposium: Building Bridges
Is Everyone at Your Table?
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13552


MO-D-Theatre President's Symposium: Building Bridges
The Power of a Multigenerational Team
Presented by Amy Lynch, Generational Edge Bottom Line Conversations, LLC
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13553


MO-D-Theatre President's Symposium: Building Bridges Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13554


MO-GH-221AB Computed Tomography-guided Interventional Procedures
Introduction
Presented by Kai Yang, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13444


MO-GH-221AB Computed Tomography-guided Interventional Procedures
CT Guided Interventional Procedures
Presented by Florian Fintelmann, Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13445


MO-GH-221AB Computed Tomography-guided Interventional Procedures
Best Practices for CT Guided Interventional Procedures
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13446


MO-GH-221AB Computed Tomography-guided Interventional Procedures
Radiation Dose Considerations in CT Guided Interventional Procedures
Presented by Shuai Leng, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13447


MO-GH-221AB Computed Tomography-guided Interventional Procedures
Procedure Complexity and Utilization Distributions for Interventional CT
Presented by Kai Yang, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13448


MO-GH-221AB Computed Tomography-guided Interventional Procedures Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13449


MO-GH-221CD From Breast Cancer Screening to Stereotactic Biopsy: A Technological, Clinical, and Patient Perspective
Historical Overview and Physics of Breast Imaging
Presented by Martin Yaffe, PhD Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13451


MO-GH-221CD From Breast Cancer Screening to Stereotactic Biopsy: A Technological, Clinical, and Patient Perspective
Breast Imaging Modalities in Clinical Practice ( a Radiologist's Perspective) 
Presented by Dana Ataya, Moffitt Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13452


MO-GH-221CD From Breast Cancer Screening to Stereotactic Biopsy: A Technological, Clinical, and Patient Perspective
Bridging the Gap Between Patient and Physicist
Presented by Rebecca Marsh, PhD University of Colorado School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 9 responding
VLID: 13453


MO-GH-221CD From Breast Cancer Screening to Stereotactic Biopsy: A Technological, Clinical, and Patient Perspective Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13454


MO-GH-302 How International Actions Interface and Support Med Phys 3.0
Introduction
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD Univ Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13521


MO-GH-302 How International Actions Interface and Support Med Phys 3.0
Introduction to the Med Phys 3.0 Initiative
Presented by Ehsan Samei, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13522


MO-GH-302 How International Actions Interface and Support Med Phys 3.0
European Actions Beyond the European Directive
Presented by Virginia Tsapaki, PhD Konstantopoulio General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13523


MO-GH-302 How International Actions Interface and Support Med Phys 3.0
Activities in the Asia Pacific Region. Where Are We?
Presented by Kwan Hoong Ng, PhD University of Malaya
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13524


MO-GH-302 How International Actions Interface and Support Med Phys 3.0
How IOMP Can Help in Global Adoption and Propagation of Qualitative Change in Medical Physics
Presented by Madan Rehani, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13525


MO-GH-302 How International Actions Interface and Support Med Phys 3.0 Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13527


MO-GH-304 Automation and Scripting in the Clinic
Automation in the Clinic: Where to Begin?
Presented by Alan Nelson, Radformation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 13497


MO-GH-304 Automation and Scripting in the Clinic
Automation for Reliable and Thorough Weekly Chart Checks
Presented by Jameson Baker, PhD Northwell Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.6 (higher is better), with 12 responding
VLID: 13498


MO-GH-304 Automation and Scripting in the Clinic
Automation in Machine QA
Presented by Jonathan Rogers, MS Atrium Health
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.1 (higher is better), with 10 responding
VLID: 13499


MO-GH-304 Automation and Scripting in the Clinic
The Clinic of the Future: Automation in Treatment Planning
Presented by Charles Mayo, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 13500


MO-GH-304 Automation and Scripting in the Clinic
Bringing Automation to Proton Clinics
Presented by Chang Chang, PhD California Protons Cancer Therapy Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13501


MO-GH-304 Automation and Scripting in the Clinic
Data Driven Automation and Practice Quality Evaluation
Presented by Todd McNutt, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13502


MO-G-SAN1 Contemporary Pediatric Radiation Therapy: Perspectives from Children's Oncology Group
Pediatric Radiation Oncology in the 21st Century
Presented by John Breneman, University of Cincinnati
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13477


MO-G-SAN1 Contemporary Pediatric Radiation Therapy: Perspectives from Children's Oncology Group
Classic and Modern Techniques of Total Body Irradiation and Craniospinal Irradiation
Presented by Prema Rassiah-Szegedi, PhD University of Utah
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13478


MO-G-SAN1 Contemporary Pediatric Radiation Therapy: Perspectives from Children's Oncology Group
Advances in Treatment Planning and Applications to Pediatric Radiotherapy
Presented by Mahesh Gopalakrishnan, MS Northwestern Memorial Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13479


MO-G-SAN4 Strategies and Technologies for Radiosurgery of Multiple Intracranial Metastases
Treatment Approach of Multi-Metastases Radiosurgery: A Clinician's Perspective
Presented by Michael Milano, University of Rochester Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 13481


MO-G-SAN4 Strategies and Technologies for Radiosurgery of Multiple Intracranial Metastases
Single Isocenter Treatment Technique for Multiple Cranial Targets - Multiple Metastases Element
Presented by Nzhde Agazaryan, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13482


MO-G-SAN4 Strategies and Technologies for Radiosurgery of Multiple Intracranial Metastases
Single Isocenter Treatment Technique for Multiple Cranial Targets - RapidArc and HyperArc
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13483


MO-G-SAN4 Strategies and Technologies for Radiosurgery of Multiple Intracranial Metastases Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13484


MO-H-SAN1 Acquiring Treatment Planning Skills is Important for Medical Physicists
Treatment Planning Competencies and Resources
Presented by Steven Sutlief, PhD Banner MD Anderson
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 37 responding
VLID: 13473


MO-H-SAN1 Acquiring Treatment Planning Skills is Important for Medical Physicists
Treatment Planning Skills That a Physicist Should Know
Presented by Zhibin Huang, PhD Saint Thomas Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.5 (higher is better), with 37 responding
VLID: 13474


MO-H-SAN1 Acquiring Treatment Planning Skills is Important for Medical Physicists
How to Oversee Automated Planning
Presented by Ping Xia, PhD The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 24 responding
VLID: 13475


MO-H-SAN1 Acquiring Treatment Planning Skills is Important for Medical Physicists Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 19 responding
VLID: 13476


MO-H-SAN4 Current Challenges and Prospects in Particle Therapy
Existing Technology and New Horizons in Particle Therapy Systems
Presented by Jonathan Farr, DSc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13485


MO-H-SAN4 Current Challenges and Prospects in Particle Therapy
Opportunities and Challenges in Particle Radiotherapy
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munchen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13486


MO-H-SAN4 Current Challenges and Prospects in Particle Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13487


MO-K-221AB Imaging of Tumor Response to Radiotherapy: New Results and Radiobiological Principles
Morphological Tumor Changes During a Course of Radiation Therapy - What We Are Learning From Improvements in Daily Image Quality
Presented by John Bayouth, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13433


MO-K-221AB Imaging of Tumor Response to Radiotherapy: New Results and Radiobiological Principles
Serial 4DCT/4DPET Imaging to Predict and Monitor Response for Locally-Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Chemo-Radiotherapy
Presented by Jean-Pierre Bissonnette, PhD The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - UHN
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13434


MO-K-221AB Imaging of Tumor Response to Radiotherapy: New Results and Radiobiological Principles
Radiobiological Principles Underlying Serial Imaging of Radiotherapy Tumor Response
Presented by Joseph Deasy, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13435


MO-K-221AB Imaging of Tumor Response to Radiotherapy: New Results and Radiobiological Principles Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13436


MO-K-221CD Novel Approaches to Dose Optimization in Nuclear Medicine
Introduction
Presented by Frederic Fahey, DSc Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13455


MO-K-221CD Novel Approaches to Dose Optimization in Nuclear Medicine
Optimizing Pediatric Nuclear Medicine
Presented by Frederic Fahey, DSc Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13456


MO-K-221CD Novel Approaches to Dose Optimization in Nuclear Medicine
Dose Optimization in PET/CT and PET/MR
Presented by Georges El Fakhri, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13457


MO-K-221CD Novel Approaches to Dose Optimization in Nuclear Medicine
Application of Deep Learning in SPECT
Presented by Michael King, PhD UMass Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13458


MO-K-225BCD Optimization in Imaging and Therapy
Iterative CBCT
Presented by Adam Wang, PhD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13429


MO-K-225BCD Optimization in Imaging and Therapy
Treatment Response Predictions for Adaptive Radiation Dose and Dose Fractionation Personalization
Presented by Heiko Enderling, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13430


MO-K-225BCD Optimization in Imaging and Therapy
Explore New Dimensions in VMAT
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13431


MO-K-302 From Burnout to Engagement: The Outlook for Medical Physicist Wellness and Patient Safety
Health Systems and Employee Wellness: How and Why
Presented by Goutham Rao, University Hospitals & Case Western Reserve University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13528


MO-K-302 From Burnout to Engagement: The Outlook for Medical Physicist Wellness and Patient Safety
One Physicist's Perspective On Burnout and Wellness
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13529


MO-K-302 From Burnout to Engagement: The Outlook for Medical Physicist Wellness and Patient Safety
Risk of Burnout in a Changing Environment
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13530


MO-K-302 From Burnout to Engagement: The Outlook for Medical Physicist Wellness and Patient Safety
Medical Physicist Wellness: The AAPM Path Forward
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13531


MO-K-302 From Burnout to Engagement: The Outlook for Medical Physicist Wellness and Patient Safety Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13533


MO-K-303 Advances in Ultrasound Image Guided Radiotherapy
Real Time Transperineal Ultrasound Alignment and Monitoring for Prostate SBRT
Presented by Bill Salter, PhD University of Utah
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13547


MO-K-303 Advances in Ultrasound Image Guided Radiotherapy
Transperineal Ultrasound Image Guidance for Prostate Radiotherapy: Technology, Performance, Promise and Challenges
Presented by Dimitre Hristov, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13548


MO-K-304 Clinical Application of Frameless Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)
Overview of Session and Speaker Introduction
Presented by Matthew Podgorsak, PhD Roswell Park Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.9 (higher is better), with 8 responding
VLID: 13504


MO-K-304 Clinical Application of Frameless Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)
Frameless SRS Using the Varian Linac Platform
Presented by Richard Popple, PhD Univ Alabama Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13505


MO-K-304 Clinical Application of Frameless Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)
Frameless SRS Using the Elekta Linac Platform
Presented by Katharina Sixel, PhD R.S. McLaughlin Durham Reg Cancer Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 13506


MO-K-304 Clinical Application of Frameless Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)
Frameless SRS Using Cyberknife
Presented by Jun Yang, PhD Alliance Imaging/Alliance Oncology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 9 responding
VLID: 13507


MO-K-304 Clinical Application of Frameless Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)
Frameless SRS Using the Elekta ICON Platform
Presented by Matthew Podgorsak, PhD Roswell Park Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 10 responding
VLID: 13508


MO-K-SAN1 Advances in Proton and Particle Therapy
Advances in Ion Imaging and Range Verification
Presented by Katia Parodi, PhD Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munchen
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13419


MO-K-SAN1 Advances in Proton and Particle Therapy
Multi-Energy CT for Dose Calculation in Particle Therapy
Presented by Hugo Bouchard, PhD Université de Montréal – Département de physique
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13420


MO-K-SAN1 Advances in Proton and Particle Therapy
Spot-Scanning Proton Arc Therapy: From a Concept to Reality
Presented by Xuanfeng Ding, PhD William Beaumont Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13421


MO-K-SAN4 Introduction to Scientific Computing for Medical Physics Research
Utilizing Python in RayStation for Proton Therapy Efficiency and Standardization
Presented by Samantha Hedrick, PhD Provision Center for Proton Therapy
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13488


MO-K-SAN4 Introduction to Scientific Computing for Medical Physics Research
Python Scripting in 3D Slicer
Presented by Gregory Sharp, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13489


MO-K-SAN4 Introduction to Scientific Computing for Medical Physics Research
What Software Libraries Can You Use to Extract and Visualize Datasets
Presented by Eduard Schreibmann, Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13490


TU-A-301 5D imaging and Treatment Planning for Radiation Therapy
Benefits and Challenges of the 5D-CT Process
Presented by Daniel Low, PhD University of California, Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13615


TU-A-301 5D imaging and Treatment Planning for Radiation Therapy
Development of 5D-MRI for Precision Radiation Therapy
Presented by Jing Cai, PhD Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.4 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13616


TU-A-301 5D imaging and Treatment Planning for Radiation Therapy
Virtual Patient Guided Radiation Therapy (VPGRT) - 5D Framework
Presented by Chengyu Shi, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.2 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 13617


TU-A-301 5D imaging and Treatment Planning for Radiation Therapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13618


TU-A-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part1
Exploring and Expressing Empathy
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13655


TU-A-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part1
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13656


TU-A-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part1
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Gene Cardarelli, PhD Rhode Island Hospital / Warren Alpert Medical
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13657


TU-A-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part1
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Jacqueline Zoberi, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13658


TU-A-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part1
Exercise and Discussion
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13659


TU-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Operations
Introduction
Presented by R. Jason Stafford, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13588


TU-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Operations
MRSO: Roles and Responsibilities
Presented by Vera Kimbrell, Brigham and Women's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13589


TU-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Operations
MRMD: Roles and Responsibilities
Presented by Hersh Chandarana, NYU
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13590


TU-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Operations
MRSE: Roles and Responsibilities
Presented by Heidi Edmonson, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13591


TU-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Operations
SMRT Activities related to MR Safety
Presented by Vera Kimbrell, Brigham and Women's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13592


TU-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Operations
ISMRM Activities related to MR Safety
Presented by Hersh Chandarana, NYU
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13593


TU-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety Operations Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13594


TU-AB-303 Novel Aspects and Clinical Implementation of Focused Ultrasound
Image-Guided Ultrasound Therapy
Presented by Steffen Sammet, MD University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13698


TU-AB-303 Novel Aspects and Clinical Implementation of Focused Ultrasound
MRgHIFU Hyperthermia and TDox Or Dox for Pediatrics
Presented by Rajiv Chopra, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Ctr at Dallas
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13699


TU-AB-303 Novel Aspects and Clinical Implementation of Focused Ultrasound
Image-Guided Histotripsy for Oncological and Cardiovascular Applications
Presented by Zhen Xu, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13700


TU-AB-303 Novel Aspects and Clinical Implementation of Focused Ultrasound
Ultrasound-Mediated Drug Delivery to the Spinal Cord: Preclinical Findings and Clinical Scale Advances
Presented by Meaghan O'Reilly, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13701


TU-AB-304 Communicating Benefit to Risk Ratio from Radiology Exams to the Patient and Provider
BEIR VII and its implications on risk - facts versus myths
Presented by Michael O'Connor, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 13640


TU-AB-304 Communicating Benefit to Risk Ratio from Radiology Exams to the Patient and Provider
Communicating benefit versus risk to patients and providers
Presented by E. Russell Ritenour, PhD Medical University of South Carolina
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13641


TU-AB-304 Communicating Benefit to Risk Ratio from Radiology Exams to the Patient and Provider
Communicating benefit versus risk to parents of pediatric patients
Presented by Samuel Brady, PhD Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Med Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13642


TU-AB-304 Communicating Benefit to Risk Ratio from Radiology Exams to the Patient and Provider
Radiologist's perspective on communicating benefit versus risk
Presented by Randolph Otto, Seattle Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13643


TU-AB-304 Communicating Benefit to Risk Ratio from Radiology Exams to the Patient and Provider Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13645


TU-A-SAN4 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy
SGRT: Overview and New Trends
Presented by Alonso Gutierrez, PhD Miami Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 8 responding
VLID: 13619


TU-A-SAN4 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy
Improvements in Patient Setup and Treatment Efficiency Using SGRT
Presented by Dennis Stanley, PhD The University of Alabama at Birmingham
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 13 responding
VLID: 13620


TU-A-SAN4 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy
Lessons Learned and Implementation Challenges of a SGRT DIBH Breast Program
Presented by Hania Al-Hallaq, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 11 responding
VLID: 13621


TU-A-SAN4 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy
SGRT: Clinical Uses and Potential Future Applications
Presented by Ryan Foster, PhD Atrium Health/LCI NorthEast
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 9 responding
VLID: 13622


TU-A-SAN4 Surface Image Guided Radiotherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13623


TU-B-301 In Memoriam of Jean St. Germain: The Intersection of Radiobiology, Radioepidemiology, and Safety
Memorial Symposia Introduction
Presented by Lawrence Rothenberg, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13606


TU-B-301 In Memoriam of Jean St. Germain: The Intersection of Radiobiology, Radioepidemiology, and Safety
Radiobiology - Biological Effects, Therapeutic Ratio, and Hypofractionated RT
Presented by Ellen Yorke, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13607


TU-B-301 In Memoriam of Jean St. Germain: The Intersection of Radiobiology, Radioepidemiology, and Safety
Radioepidemiology - Genetics, Family History, and Environment - Update From the WECARE Breast Cancer Epidemiology Study
Presented by Jonine Bernstein, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13608


TU-B-301 In Memoriam of Jean St. Germain: The Intersection of Radiobiology, Radioepidemiology, and Safety
Safety - Prevention of Errors in Radiation Oncology: Current Strengths and Opportunities
Presented by Grace Gwe-Ya Kim, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13609


TU-B-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 2
Having Courage for the Challenge
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13661


TU-B-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 2
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13662


TU-B-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 2
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Laura Cervino, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13663


TU-B-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 2
Panel - Context Story
Presented by David Jordan, PhD University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13664


TU-B-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 2
Exercise and Discussion
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13665


TU-B-SAN4 Quality Improvement: from Incident Learning to Affecting Change
Introduction: Incident Learning to Affect Change
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13624


TU-B-SAN4 Quality Improvement: from Incident Learning to Affecting Change
Proton Therapy: Lessons Learned
Presented by Samantha Hedrick, PhD Provision Center for Proton Therapy
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13625


TU-B-SAN4 Quality Improvement: from Incident Learning to Affecting Change
What Happens When Someone’s Challenge Becomes Everybody’s Challenge
Presented by Zoubir Ouhib, MS Lynn Regional Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13626


TU-B-SAN4 Quality Improvement: from Incident Learning to Affecting Change
History Repeats Itself: RO-ILS and the Efforts to Change the Future
Presented by Suzanne Evans, MD Yale University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13627


TU-E-221CD Radiation Protection for Fluoroscopically-guided Interventional Procedures: Patient Dose and Radiobiology
Dosimetric and Radiobiologic Challenges - A Case Report of a Fluoroscopically-Guided Intervention
Presented by Kevin Wunderle, PhD Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13595


TU-E-221CD Radiation Protection for Fluoroscopically-guided Interventional Procedures: Patient Dose and Radiobiology
Comparative Radiobiology of Fluoroscopically-Guided Interventions and EBRT
Presented by Robert Stewart, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13596


TU-E-221CD Radiation Protection for Fluoroscopically-guided Interventional Procedures: Patient Dose and Radiobiology
Case Report Revisited - Future Directions and Opportunities
Presented by Kevin Wunderle, PhD Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13597


TU-E-221CD Radiation Protection for Fluoroscopically-guided Interventional Procedures: Patient Dose and Radiobiology Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13598


TU-E-225BCD NIH Grant Writing Workshop
Update On Funding Opportunities at the NIH
Presented by Keyvan Farahani, PhD National Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13580


TU-E-225BCD NIH Grant Writing Workshop
Update On Funding Opportunities at the NIH
Presented by Ceferino Obcemea, PhD NIH/NCI/RRP
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13581


TU-E-225BCD NIH Grant Writing Workshop
Academic-Industrial Partnership Initiative - Programmatic Goals, Grantsmanship, Participating Institutes, and Programmatic Track Record
Presented by Houston Baker, National Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13582


TU-E-225BCD NIH Grant Writing Workshop
Case Study: Developing a Successful AIP Application and Maintaining a Successful Collaboration - Academic Perspective
Presented by John Wong, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13583


TU-E-225BCD NIH Grant Writing Workshop
Case Study: Developing a Successful AIP Application and Maintaining a Successful Collaboration - Industrial Perspective - Part 1
Presented by Kevin Brown, Elekta Oncology Systems LTD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13584


TU-E-225BCD NIH Grant Writing Workshop Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13587


TU-E-301 In Memoriam of Peter Dunscombe: Celebrating the Life and Accomplishments of Peter Dunscombe, PhD, FAAPM - A Tireless Champion of Quality of Care and Patient Safety
Peter Dunscombe: A Transformational Leader of Safety and Quality
Presented by M. Saiful Huq, PhD UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13667


TU-E-301 In Memoriam of Peter Dunscombe: Celebrating the Life and Accomplishments of Peter Dunscombe, PhD, FAAPM - A Tireless Champion of Quality of Care and Patient Safety
TG100 and the Report That Almost Never Happened
Presented by Bruce Thomadsen, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13668


TU-E-301 In Memoriam of Peter Dunscombe: Celebrating the Life and Accomplishments of Peter Dunscombe, PhD, FAAPM - A Tireless Champion of Quality of Care and Patient Safety
Peter's Enduring Impact On Quality Management in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Per Halvorsen, MS Lahey Health and Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13669


TU-E-301 In Memoriam of Peter Dunscombe: Celebrating the Life and Accomplishments of Peter Dunscombe, PhD, FAAPM - A Tireless Champion of Quality of Care and Patient Safety Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13670


TU-E-302 Assessment of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Challenges and Strengths in the Medical Physics Field
Equity, Diversity, and Dnclusion Initiatives Within the AAPM
Presented by Laura Cervino, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13671


TU-E-302 Assessment of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Challenges and Strengths in the Medical Physics Field
Successful Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategies
Presented by Julianne Pollard-Larkin, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13672


TU-E-303 Carson-Zagzebski Distinguished Lectureship on Medical Ultrasound
Introduction
Presented by Chris John Diederich, PhD UC San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13703


TU-E-303 Carson-Zagzebski Distinguished Lectureship on Medical Ultrasound
New frontiers in therapeutic ultrasound: transfection and immune modulation
Presented by Kathy Ferrara, Stanford Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13705


TU-E-303 Carson-Zagzebski Distinguished Lectureship on Medical Ultrasound Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13706


TU-E-304 Medical Physics Life Hacks
New for 2019? An Interactive Session for Attendees to Share Their Best, Most Creative Tips, Tricks, Shortcuts, and Life-Hacks in Medical Physics
Presented by Tyler Fisher, MS Therapy Physics, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13652


TU-E-304 Medical Physics Life Hacks
Tips and Tricks: Finding the Easy Button
Presented by Robin Miller, MS Northwest Medical Physics Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13653


TU-E-SAN4 The integration of AI and Machine Learning in Medical Physics Applications
Appropriate Use of Machine Learning in Medicine
Presented by Vasant Kearney, PhD University of California San Francisco
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13611


TU-E-SAN4 The integration of AI and Machine Learning in Medical Physics Applications
Machine Learning in Radiotherapy QA
Presented by Maria Chan, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13612


TU-E-SAN4 The integration of AI and Machine Learning in Medical Physics Applications
AI and Machine Learning for Treatment Planning and Image Segmentation
Presented by Carlos Cardenas, MS University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13613


TU-E-SAN4 The integration of AI and Machine Learning in Medical Physics Applications Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13614


TU-H-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 3
Daring Greatly in the Field
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13675


TU-H-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 3
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13676


TU-H-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 3
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13677


TU-H-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 3
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Todd Atwood, PhD University of California, San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13678


TU-H-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 3
Exercise and Discussion
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13679


TU-H-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 3 Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13680


TU-HI-221AB Biomedical Modeling Using Imaging Data
Computational Models of Cardiac Arrhythmia
Presented by Patrick Boyle, University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13571


TU-HI-221AB Biomedical Modeling Using Imaging Data
Modeling Shape as a Biological Variable
Presented by Daniel Tward, The Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13572


TU-HI-221AB Biomedical Modeling Using Imaging Data
Image-Based Modeling in Orthopedics: From Joint Kinematics to Bone Quality
Presented by David Holdsworth, John P. Robarts Research Instit.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13573


TU-HI-221AB Biomedical Modeling Using Imaging Data
Modeling of Therapy Response in Oncology
Presented by Clemens Grassberger, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13574


TU-HI-221CD Patient Dose Monitoring in CT with Tube Current Modulation and Multiple Series
Dose Spread Functions in CT
Presented by John Boone, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13600


TU-HI-221CD Patient Dose Monitoring in CT with Tube Current Modulation and Multiple Series
Dose Equations for TCM and Interpretation of Its Reported CTDIvol
Presented by Robert Dixon, PhD Wake Forest Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13601


TU-HI-221CD Patient Dose Monitoring in CT with Tube Current Modulation and Multiple Series
Implication/practice in CT Protocol Management: Tube Current Modulation and Multiple Series
Presented by Baojun Li, PhD Boston University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13602


TU-HI-221CD Patient Dose Monitoring in CT with Tube Current Modulation and Multiple Series
Data Driven CT Dose Monitoring and Protocol Management
Presented by Da Zhang, PhD Harvard, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13603


TU-HI-221CD Patient Dose Monitoring in CT with Tube Current Modulation and Multiple Series
Exam-Level Dose Monitoring in CT: Quality Metric Consideration for Multiple Series Acquisitions
Presented by Xinhua Li, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13604


TU-HI-221CD Patient Dose Monitoring in CT with Tube Current Modulation and Multiple Series Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 1.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13605


TU-HI-225BCD WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium: Nanotechnology
Radiodynamic Therapy of Cancer Through Nanotechnolog
Presented by Shawn Chen, NIH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13694


TU-HI-225BCD WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium: Nanotechnology
Development of a Cancer Immune Therapy with Iron Oxide Nanoparticles
Presented by Robert Ivkov, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13695


TU-HI-301 MR guided RT: Treating with On-board MRI
Introduction of MR Guided Radiation Therapy (MRgRT): The What, How and Why
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: 13629


TU-HI-301 MR guided RT: Treating with On-board MRI
Starting An MRgRT Program: Installation, Safety Considerations and Commissioning
Presented by Olga Green, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13630


TU-HI-301 MR guided RT: Treating with On-board MRI
Working with An MRgRT Program: Online ART, Motion Management with CINE MRI and Special QAs
Presented by Bas Raaymakers, University Medical Center Utrecht
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13631


TU-HI-301 MR guided RT: Treating with On-board MRI
Advancing An MRgRT Program: Introduction of MR Pulse Sequence Development and Potentials of On-Board MRI
Presented by Yingli Yang, PhD UCLA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13632


TU-HI-303 Advances in Image-Guided Focused Ultrasound Applications
Motion Management and Adaptive Control for Treating Abdominal Tumors
Presented by Baudouin Denis de Senneville, Universite de Bordeaux
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13707


TU-HI-303 Advances in Image-Guided Focused Ultrasound Applications
Volumetric Real-Time Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Breast Focused Ultrasound Treatments
Presented by Allison Payne, Univ of Utah Hospitals
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13708


TU-HI-303 Advances in Image-Guided Focused Ultrasound Applications
High Speed Ultrasound Imaging for Targeting and Monitoring Trans Oesophageal HIFU During Cardiac Procedures
Presented by Cyril Lafon, INSERM U281
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13709


TU-HI-303 Advances in Image-Guided Focused Ultrasound Applications
Focused Ultrasound-Mediated Intranasal Drug Delivery to the Brain
Presented by Hong Chen, Washington University in St.Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13710


TU-HI-304 ACR Updates
Introduction to ACR Activities
Presented by Dustin Gress, MS American College of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13646


TU-HI-304 ACR Updates
2018 DIgital Mammography QC Manual
Presented by Eric Berns, PhD University of Colorado Health Science
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13647


TU-HI-304 ACR Updates
CT Accreditation Program
Presented by Chad Dillon, MS Alliance Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13648


TU-HI-304 ACR Updates
DIR Fluoroscopy Pilot Program
Presented by Aaron Jones, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13649


TU-HI-304 ACR Updates Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13651


TU-I-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 4
Selfless Leadership
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13681


TU-I-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 4
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Anthony Cucolo, The University of Texas System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13682


TU-I-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 4
Panel - Context Story
Presented by James Goodwin, MS University of Vermont Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13683


TU-I-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 4
Panel - Context Story
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13684


TU-I-302 The Understanding and Courage to Lead - Part 4
Exercise and Discussion
Presented by Jennifer Lynn Johnson, PhD Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13685


TU-L-221AB Novel Imaging Methods
Novel Data Acquisition Methods in X-Ray Computed Tomography
Presented by Joseph Stayman, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13576


TU-L-221AB Novel Imaging Methods
Learning to See: Perceptual Learning for MRI Reconstruction
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: 13577


TU-L-221AB Novel Imaging Methods
Listening to Cell Membrane Potential: A New Diagnostic and Interventional Ultrasound Imaging Approach
Presented by Emad Boctor, Johns Hopkins Department of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13578


TU-L-221CD Session in Memory of Edward Nickoloff: Joint Commission Update: Satisfying the Joint Commission Fluoroscopy Requirements
Memorial Tribute
Presented by Ajoy Dutta, MS Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13716


TU-L-221CD Session in Memory of Edward Nickoloff: Joint Commission Update: Satisfying the Joint Commission Fluoroscopy Requirements
Memorial Tribute
Presented by Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13717


TU-L-221CD Session in Memory of Edward Nickoloff: Joint Commission Update: Satisfying the Joint Commission Fluoroscopy Requirements
Satisfying the Joint Commission Fluoroscopy Requirements
Presented by Andrea D'Andrea Browne, PhD The Joint Commission
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13719


TU-L-301 History Symposium: Physics and Technology of Mammography and Fluoroscopy: A Historical Perspective
Introduction and Medical Physics History Project Overview
Presented by Perry Sprawls, PhD Sprawls Educational Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13721


TU-L-301 History Symposium: Physics and Technology of Mammography and Fluoroscopy: A Historical Perspective
Innovations and Evolution of the Physics and Technology for Mammography
Presented by Perry Sprawls, PhD Sprawls Educational Foundation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13722


TU-L-301 History Symposium: Physics and Technology of Mammography and Fluoroscopy: A Historical Perspective
Physics and Physiology: The Drivers of Fluoroscopic Technology From 1895 to 2019
Presented by Stephen Balter, PhD Columbia University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13723


TU-L-302 New Member Symposium: Becoming Employed and Involved in Medical Physics
Interactive Program
Presented by Amirh Johnson, MS Kaiser Permanente
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13687


TU-L-302 New Member Symposium: Becoming Employed and Involved in Medical Physics
AAPM Organization, Resources and Opportunities
Presented by Cynthia McCollough, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13688


TU-L-302 New Member Symposium: Becoming Employed and Involved in Medical Physics
Career Services Website and Its Many Resources
Presented by Karl Rasmussen, PhD University of Texas HSC SA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13689


TU-L-302 New Member Symposium: Becoming Employed and Involved in Medical Physics
Introduction to the Interactive Program
Presented by Loretta Johnson, PhD UAB Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13690


TU-L-302 New Member Symposium: Becoming Employed and Involved in Medical Physics
Interactive Program
Presented by Loretta Johnson, PhD UAB Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13691


TU-L-302 New Member Symposium: Becoming Employed and Involved in Medical Physics
Wrap Up and Drawing for a Upcoming Meeting Registration
Presented by Loretta Johnson, PhD UAB Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13692


TU-L-303 Focused Ultrasound in Radiation Oncology
Development of An MR-Guided HIFU-Based Pelvic Hyperthermia Program in a Radiation Oncology Environment
Presented by Michael Altman, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13712


TU-L-303 Focused Ultrasound in Radiation Oncology
Ultrasound-Stimulated Microbubble Enhancement of Radiation Effect
Presented by Greg Czarnota, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13713


TU-L-303 Focused Ultrasound in Radiation Oncology
Therapeutic Ultrasound and Radiation Therapy Dose Relationships
Presented by Sarah Brueningk, The Institute of Cancer Research
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13714


TU-L-SAN1 The Promise of FLASH
FLASH Photon
Presented by Julianne Pollard-Larkin, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 7 responding
VLID: 13563


TU-L-SAN1 The Promise of FLASH
FLASH Protons
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.2 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 13564


TU-L-SAN1 The Promise of FLASH
Clinical/Biology
Presented by Billy Loo, MD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13565


TU-L-SAN2 Integrating Radiomics and Genomics for Personalized Cancer Therapy in the Era of AI and Big Data
Multifaceted Radiomics Models for Treatment Outcome Prediction
Presented by Jing Wang, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13567


TU-L-SAN2 Integrating Radiomics and Genomics for Personalized Cancer Therapy in the Era of AI and Big Data
Genetic Risk Modeling Using Machine Learning to Predict Radiotherapy Complications and Identify Key Biological Correlates
Presented by Jung Hun Oh, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13568


TU-L-SAN2 Integrating Radiomics and Genomics for Personalized Cancer Therapy in the Era of AI and Big Data
Integrating Imaging and Molecular Biomarkers for Personalized Cancer Therapy
Presented by Ruijiang Li, PhD Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13569


TU-L-SAN4 Optimizing Safety and Efficiency in Brachytherapy
Incident Learning System in Brachytherapy: Evidence-Based Procedure Improvement
Presented by Christopher Deufel, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13634


TU-L-SAN4 Optimizing Safety and Efficiency in Brachytherapy
The Role of in Vivo Dosimetry for Increase Safety and Efficiency in Brachytherapy
Presented by Joanna Cygler, PhD The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13635


TU-L-SAN4 Optimizing Safety and Efficiency in Brachytherapy
Procedure Optimization From the Perspective of a Patient-Centric Process
Presented by Dorin Todor, Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13636


TU-L-SAN4 Optimizing Safety and Efficiency in Brachytherapy
Perspective From An Experienced Brachytherapy Physician
Presented by Melissa Joyner, MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13637


TU-L-SAN4 Optimizing Safety and Efficiency in Brachytherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13639


WE-A-302 Breaking Out of the Clinic: Non-Clinical Careers in Medical Physics
Introduction
Presented by Alison Roth, MS University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13846


WE-A-302 Breaking Out of the Clinic: Non-Clinical Careers in Medical Physics
Medical Physics and the Military
Presented by James Speitel, MS Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13847


WE-A-302 Breaking Out of the Clinic: Non-Clinical Careers in Medical Physics
Medical Physics Careers in International Organizations
Presented by Caridad Borras, DSc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13848


WE-A-302 Breaking Out of the Clinic: Non-Clinical Careers in Medical Physics
Medical Physics Careers in Academia
Presented by Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13849


WE-A-302 Breaking Out of the Clinic: Non-Clinical Careers in Medical Physics Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13850


WE-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety for Experts
Introduction
Presented by Heidi Edmonson, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13775


WE-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety for Experts
Implanted Devices Evaluation
Presented by Anshuman Panda, PhD Mayo Clinic, Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13776


WE-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety for Experts
Interventional MR and Interventional Devices Heating
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: 13777


WE-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety for Experts
MR Safety in Radiation Oncology ( and Lower Field Strenghts <1.5T)
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13778


WE-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety for Experts
MR Safety in Higher Field Strenght ( 7T Above)
Presented by Andrew Fagan, Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13779


WE-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety for Experts
AAPM Activities Related to the MR Safety
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: 13780


WE-AB-221CD ISMRM-AAPM Joint Symposia: MR Safety for Experts Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13781


WE-AB-301 Cutting-edge Brachytherapy
Re-Inventing High-Dose-Rate Brachytherapy Around Ytterbium-169
Presented by Ryan Flynn, PhD University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13725


WE-AB-301 Cutting-edge Brachytherapy
Image-Guided Catheter Placement for Prostate HDR Brachytherapy with Focal Tumor Boost Using Machine Learning
Presented by Xiaofeng Yang, PhD Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13726


WE-AB-301 Cutting-edge Brachytherapy
Real-Time Electromagnetic Tracking in Clinical Brachytherapy Practice
Presented by Luc Beaulieu, PhD Centre Hospitalier Univ de Quebec
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13727


WE-AB-301 Cutting-edge Brachytherapy
Standardization and Automation of HDR Brachytherapy Plan QA with Application Programming Interface
Presented by Jacqueline Zoberi, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13728


WE-AB-301 Cutting-edge Brachytherapy Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13729


WE-AB-304 Deformable Image Registration for Dose Mapping and Dose Accumulation: Techniques and Challenges
Deformable Image Registration in Radiation Therapy
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: 13837


WE-AB-304 Deformable Image Registration for Dose Mapping and Dose Accumulation: Techniques and Challenges
Dose Mapping and Accumulation for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Mihaela Rosu-Bubulac, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13838


WE-AB-304 Deformable Image Registration for Dose Mapping and Dose Accumulation: Techniques and Challenges
Dose Mapping and Accumulation for HDR GYN Applications
Presented by Jamema Swamidas, Department of Medical Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13839


WE-AB-SAN1 Diagnostic Ultrasound QA/QC Hands-on Workshop
Diagnostic Ultrasound
Presented by James Zagzebski, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.3 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13887


WE-A-SAN2 The Science of Safety - From Brute Force QA to Focused Effort
A Systems Approach Using Data to Improve Safety and Quality in Radiation Oncology
Presented by Sasa Mutic, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13771


WE-A-SAN2 The Science of Safety - From Brute Force QA to Focused Effort
Error Discovery in Radiotherapy Plan Verification: An Advanced Probabilistic Approach
Presented by Alan Kalet, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13772


WE-A-SAN2 The Science of Safety - From Brute Force QA to Focused Effort
Risks and Benefits of Automation in Radiotherapy
Presented by James Lamb, University of California, Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13773


WE-A-SAN2 The Science of Safety - From Brute Force QA to Focused Effort Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13774


WE-A-SAN4 Session in Memory of Karl Prado: Recent Advancements in Quality Assurance for Radiation Therapy
Memorial Tribute
Presented by Julianne Pollard-Larkin, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13816


WE-A-SAN4 Session in Memory of Karl Prado: Recent Advancements in Quality Assurance for Radiation Therapy
Advances for Autonomous LINAC QA
Presented by Yong Yang, PhD Stanford University Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13817


WE-A-SAN4 Session in Memory of Karl Prado: Recent Advancements in Quality Assurance for Radiation Therapy
QA automation with machine learning
Presented by Deshan Yang, PhD Washington University in St Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13818


WE-A-SAN4 Session in Memory of Karl Prado: Recent Advancements in Quality Assurance for Radiation Therapy
Social collaboration for QA protocol standardization
Presented by Rodney Wiersma, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13819


WE-B-302 How will IEC Standards Updates Affect the Practice of Medical Physics?
Updates to IEC 62C Standards On Equipment for Radiotherapy, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Dosimetry
Presented by Geoffrey Ibbott, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13851


WE-B-302 How will IEC Standards Updates Affect the Practice of Medical Physics?
Updates to IEC 62B and 87 Standards On Diagnostic Imaging Equipment and the FDA Transition to the Use of Some IEC Standards
Presented by Mark Supanich, PhD Rush
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13852


WE-B-302 How will IEC Standards Updates Affect the Practice of Medical Physics? Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13854


WE-B-SAN4 Recent Advances in Imaging for Treatment Verification
Surface Imaging for Treatment Verification
Presented by Laura Cervino, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13821


WE-B-SAN4 Recent Advances in Imaging for Treatment Verification
On-Board CBCT for Treatment Verification
Presented by Jing Wang, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13822


WE-B-SAN4 Recent Advances in Imaging for Treatment Verification
On-Board MRI for Treatment Verification
Presented by Olga Green, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13823


WE-B-SAN4 Recent Advances in Imaging for Treatment Verification
Comparing In-Room Treatment Imaging Verification Modalities
Presented by John Lewis, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13824


WE-B-SAN4 Recent Advances in Imaging for Treatment Verification Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13825


WE-F-302 Managing Conflicts of Interest: Building Trust and Improving Outcomes
Introduction
Presented by Jeffrey Limmer, MS Texas Oncology - Houston
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13855


WE-F-302 Managing Conflicts of Interest: Building Trust and Improving Outcomes
Exploration and Case Studies of Managing COI in Research and Development
Presented by Michelle Svatos, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13856


WE-F-302 Managing Conflicts of Interest: Building Trust and Improving Outcomes
Exploration and Case Studies of Managing COI in Clinical Settings
Presented by K. Sunshine Osterman, PhD NYU Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13857


WE-F-302 Managing Conflicts of Interest: Building Trust and Improving Outcomes Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13859


WE-FG-221AB Contrast-enhanced and Functional Imaging of the Breast
Contrast Enhanced Mammography
Presented by John Lewin, The Women's Imaging Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13758


WE-FG-221AB Contrast-enhanced and Functional Imaging of the Breast
Quantitative Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Breast Tomosynthesis: How Do We Get There?
Presented by Ioannis Sechopoulos, PhD Radboud University Medical Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13759


WE-FG-221AB Contrast-enhanced and Functional Imaging of the Breast
Molecular Breast Imaging: Rogue Technology to Mainstream Practice
Presented by Carrie Hruska, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13760


WE-FG-221CD CT Systems Course
Introduction
Presented by Baojun Li, PhD Boston University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13782


WE-FG-221CD CT Systems Course
Image Acquisition Physics and Hardware
Presented by Baojun Li, PhD Boston University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13783


WE-FG-221CD CT Systems Course
Image Reconstruction and Artifact Reduction
Presented by Jiang Hsieh, PhD GE Healthcare Technologies
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13784


WE-FG-221CD CT Systems Course
Image Quality, Dose, and Clinical Applications
Presented by Frank Dong, PhD The Cleveland Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13785


WE-FG-221CD CT Systems Course Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13786


WE-FG-225BCD Advances in Image-Guided Interventions
Image Guidance, Registration, and Analytics for High-Precision Spine Surgery
Presented by Jeffrey Siewerdsen, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13742


WE-FG-225BCD Advances in Image-Guided Interventions
Image-Guided Medical Robotics
Presented by Kevin Cleary, Children's National Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13743


WE-FG-225BCD Advances in Image-Guided Interventions
Model-Augmented Image Guidance for Soft-Tissue Surgeries
Presented by Michael Miga, Vanderbilt
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13744


WE-FG-225BCD Advances in Image-Guided Interventions
Image Guidance in Head-And-Neck Surgery: State of the Art and Future Opportunities
Presented by Joseph Paydarfar, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13745


WE-FG-303 Advances in Ultrasound Imaging Technology
New Imaging Contrast Agents and Imaging Protocols in Contrast-Enhanced Background-Free Ultrasound and Photoacoustic Imaging
Presented by Brooks Lindsey, Georgia Institute of Technology & Emory University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13890


WE-FG-303 Advances in Ultrasound Imaging Technology
Image-Guided Radiation Therapy Based On X-Ray Induced Acoustic Computed Tomography
Presented by Xueding Wang, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13891


WE-FG-303 Advances in Ultrasound Imaging Technology
Theranostics with Radiation-Induced Ultrasound Emission (TRUE)
Presented by Liangzhong Xiang, University of Oklahoma
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13892


WE-FG-SAN1 Functional Treatment Planning
Use of High-Resolution MR Spectroscopy for Glioblastoma Treatment Planning
Presented by Eduard Schreibmann, Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13736


WE-FG-SAN1 Functional Treatment Planning
Functional Liver Image Guided Hepatic Therapy (FLIGHT) with Hepatobiliary Iminodiacetic Acid (HIDA) Scans
Presented by Ke Colin Huang, PhD Indiana University- School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13737


WE-FG-SAN1 Functional Treatment Planning
Functional Lung Avoidance with CT-Ventilation
Presented by Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy, PhD University of Colorado Denver
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13738


WE-FG-SAN1 Functional Treatment Planning
Considerations for Further Pulmonary Toxicity Reduction with 4DCT Derived Functional Avoidance Intensity Modulated Proton Therapy
Presented by Jingjing Dougherty, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13739


WE-FG-SAN1 Functional Treatment Planning
Functional Imaging Quantitation for Radiation Therapy Planning in H&N Cancer
Presented by John Buatti, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13740


WE-FG-SAN2 Medphys Slam
Host
Presented by John Bayouth, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13747


WE-F-SAN4 EPID Machine QA Implementation and Automation, Are We There Yet?
Role of EPID in new linac commission and the SSIM concept for evaluation
Presented by Chengyu Shi, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13826


WE-F-SAN4 EPID Machine QA Implementation and Automation, Are We There Yet?
Improving MPC and aligning better with TG-142
Presented by Michael Barnes
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13827


WE-F-SAN4 EPID Machine QA Implementation and Automation, Are We There Yet?
Practical implementation of EPID-based QA for linac
Presented by Baozhou Sun, Washington Univ. in St. Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13828


WE-F-SAN4 EPID Machine QA Implementation and Automation, Are We There Yet? Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13829


WE-G-302 How to Successfully Interface with Vendors
Introduction
Presented by Erin Angel, PhD Canon Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13860


WE-G-302 How to Successfully Interface with Vendors
How to Successfully Interface with Vendors - Part 1
Presented by Paul Naine, Elekta, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13861


WE-G-302 How to Successfully Interface with Vendors
How to Successfully Interface with Vendors - Part 2
Presented by Ajit Devaraj, Philips Research NA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13862


WE-G-302 How to Successfully Interface with Vendors
...and How Not to Go to Jail
Presented by Matthew Wetzel, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13863


WE-G-302 How to Successfully Interface with Vendors Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13865


WE-G-SAN4 Alternative Strategies for Linac Beam Verification or Beam Data Collection Without Using a 3D Water Tank
Linac beam data collection from 1-D to 3-D
Presented by Nels Knutson, MS Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13799


WE-G-SAN4 Alternative Strategies for Linac Beam Verification or Beam Data Collection Without Using a 3D Water Tank
Comissioning/verification of MRI-linacs with and without 3D tank
Presented by Jochem Wolthaus, UMC Utrecht
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13800


WE-G-SAN4 Alternative Strategies for Linac Beam Verification or Beam Data Collection Without Using a 3D Water Tank
Techniques for linac beam verification using EPID
Presented by Michael Barnes, Calvary Mater Hospital Newcastle
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13801


WE-G-SAN4 Alternative Strategies for Linac Beam Verification or Beam Data Collection Without Using a 3D Water Tank Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13802


WE-H-302 Getting Ready for the ABR's OLA (Online Longitudinal Assessment
Introduction
Presented by G. Donald Frey, PhD The American Board of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13866


WE-H-302 Getting Ready for the ABR's OLA (Online Longitudinal Assessment
Getting Ready for the ABR's OLA (On-Line Longitudinal Assessment)
Presented by G. Donald Frey, PhD The American Board of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 6 responding
VLID: 13867


WE-H-302 Getting Ready for the ABR's OLA (Online Longitudinal Assessment
Getting Ready for the ABR's OLA (On-Line Longitudinal Assessment)
Presented by Kalpana Kanal, PhD Univ Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13868


WE-H-302 Getting Ready for the ABR's OLA (Online Longitudinal Assessment
Q&A
Presented by G. Donald Frey, PhD The American Board of Radiology
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.6 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13869


WE-H-302 Getting Ready for the ABR's OLA (Online Longitudinal Assessment Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13870


WE-HI-221AB Adaptive Imaging
Patient Specific Adaption of Imaging Technique for MRI
Presented by Timothy Szczykutowicz, PhD University Wisconsin-Madison
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13762


WE-HI-221AB Adaptive Imaging
Patient Specific Adaption of Imaging Technique for Nuc Med
Presented by Scott Metzler, University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13763


WE-HI-221AB Adaptive Imaging
Patient Specific Adaption of Imaging Technique for CT
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: 13764


WE-HI-221AB Adaptive Imaging
Patient Specific Adaption of Imaging Technique for PET
Presented by Mauro Namias, Fundacion Centro Diagnostico Nuclear
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13765


WE-HI-221CD In Memoriam of Libby Brateman: Education, Licensure, Guidance and Mammography- Enhancing the Recognition of the Medical Physics Profession
Introduction
Presented by Priscilla Butler, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13787


WE-HI-221CD In Memoriam of Libby Brateman: Education, Licensure, Guidance and Mammography- Enhancing the Recognition of the Medical Physics Profession
Memorial Lecture - In Memory of Libby Brateman
Presented by Marlene McKetty, PhD
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13788


WE-HI-221CD In Memoriam of Libby Brateman: Education, Licensure, Guidance and Mammography- Enhancing the Recognition of the Medical Physics Profession
Education and Mentoring of New Medical Physicists
Presented by Stephanie Leon, PhD University of Florida
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13789


WE-HI-221CD In Memoriam of Libby Brateman: Education, Licensure, Guidance and Mammography- Enhancing the Recognition of the Medical Physics Profession
Medical Physcist Licensure - Past, Present and Future
Presented by Robert Pizzutiello, MS Instrument for Change, Inc.
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13790


WE-HI-221CD In Memoriam of Libby Brateman: Education, Licensure, Guidance and Mammography- Enhancing the Recognition of the Medical Physics Profession
Guidance and Regulation Impact On Medical Physics
Presented by Debbie Gilley, MPA IAEA
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13791


WE-HI-221CD In Memoriam of Libby Brateman: Education, Licensure, Guidance and Mammography- Enhancing the Recognition of the Medical Physics Profession
Quality and Safety in Mammography
Presented by Priscilla Butler, MS
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13792


WE-HI-221CD In Memoriam of Libby Brateman: Education, Licensure, Guidance and Mammography- Enhancing the Recognition of the Medical Physics Profession Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13793


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 CA204189 Development of Anatomical Patient Models to Facilitate MR-only Treatment Planning
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13909


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 CA204189 Automated Image Analysis for Prevention of Radiotherapy Delivery Errors
Presented by James Lamb, University of California, Los Angeles
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13910


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 HS026486 Clinical Trial Personalizing Radiation Therapy Through a Novel Lung Function Imaging Modality
Presented by Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy, PhD University of Colorado Denver
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13911


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 CA230278 Robust IMPT with Automated Beam Orientation and Scanning Spot Optimization
Presented by Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13912


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
P01 CA059827 Optimization of High Dose Conformal Therapy
Presented by Randall Ten Haken, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13913


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 CA181171 Image Quality Improvement and Performance Assessment of Dedicated Breast CT
Presented by Ioannis Sechopoulos, PhD Radboud University Medical Centre
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13914


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 EB020665 Developing a Treatment Planning System for Next Generation Rotating-Shield Brachytherapy
Presented by Xiaodong Wu, University of Iowa
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13915


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 CA201212 Developing Knowledge Models to Enable Rapid Learning in Radiation Therapy
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: 13916


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
R01 CA202761 Investigating Radiation-Induced Injury to Airways and Pulmonary Vasculature in Lung SABR
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: 13917


WE-HI-225BCD NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights
U01 EB018758 Task-driven Dynamic Beam Modulation for High-performance, Low-dose CT
Presented by Joseph Stayman, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13918


WE-HI-303 Advanced Ultrasound Imaging in Clinical Applications
Novel Ultrasound Imaging Methods to Distinguish Cancer and Improve Surgery
Presented by Muyinatu Lediju Bell, Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13894


WE-HI-303 Advanced Ultrasound Imaging in Clinical Applications
Myocardial Elastography and 3D Electromechanical Wave Imaging of the Heart
Presented by Julien Grondin, Columbia University Medical Campus
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13895


WE-HI-304 Vendor Provided Data, Tools and Test Procedures
Vendor Provided Data, Tools and Test Procedures: Benefits and Concerns
Presented by Koren Smith, MS Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13841


WE-HI-304 Vendor Provided Data, Tools and Test Procedures
Vendor Provided Data, Tools and Test Procedures: What Is Safe Practice?
Presented by Todd Pawlicki, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13842


WE-HI-304 Vendor Provided Data, Tools and Test Procedures
The Linac Vendor Perspective
Presented by Mu Young Lee, PhD Varian Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13843


WE-HI-304 Vendor Provided Data, Tools and Test Procedures
The 3rd Party QA Tool Provider Perspectove
Presented by Jeffrey Kapatoes, PhD Sun Nuclear Corporation
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13844


WE-HI-304 Vendor Provided Data, Tools and Test Procedures Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13845


WE-HI-SAN1 Efficiency/throughput RT for Low Resource Settings
Need for Radiotherapy in Low and Middle Income Countries The Silent Crisis Continues
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: 13730


WE-HI-SAN1 Efficiency/throughput RT for Low Resource Settings
Redesigning IMRT for Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Presented by Eric Ford, PhD University of Washington
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13731


WE-HI-SAN1 Efficiency/throughput RT for Low Resource Settings
Kilovoltage Arc Therapy (KVAT)
Presented by Magdalena Bazalova-Carter, PhD University of Victoria
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13732


WE-HI-SAN1 Efficiency/throughput RT for Low Resource Settings
Fixed-Beam Radiotherapy Systems for More Cost Effective Treatment
Presented by Paul Liu, The University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13733


WE-HI-SAN1 Efficiency/throughput RT for Low Resource Settings
Zap Surgical System
Presented by John Adler, Stanford University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13734


WE-H-SAN4 Assembling your Detector Toolkit - Which Types, How Many, and Why
Detectors for External Beam Reference Dosimetry
Presented by Bryan Muir, PhD National Research Council
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13809


WE-H-SAN4 Assembling your Detector Toolkit - Which Types, How Many, and Why
Detectors for Small Field and Relative Dosimetry
Presented by Jan Seuntjens, PhD McGill University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13810


WE-H-SAN4 Assembling your Detector Toolkit - Which Types, How Many, and Why Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13815


WE-I-302 Professional Economics Updates
Introduction
Presented by Jonas Fontenot, PhD Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13871


WE-I-302 Professional Economics Updates
Professional Economics Update 1
Presented by Jonas Fontenot, PhD Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13872


WE-I-302 Professional Economics Updates Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13875


WE-I-SAN4 Point/Counterpoint Live Debate: Modern Linacs Monitor Units Should be Defined in Water at 10 cm Depth Rather than at DMAX
I think that Linacs should be calibrated at d_max. No wait! I changed my mind! No it should! I am confused.
Presented by Frank Van den Heuvel, PhD University of Oxford
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13830


WE-I-SAN4 Point/Counterpoint Live Debate: Modern Linacs Monitor Units Should be Defined in Water at 10 cm Depth Rather than at DMAX
Panel Member
Presented by Qiuwen Wu, PhD Duke University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13831


WE-I-SAN4 Point/Counterpoint Live Debate: Modern Linacs Monitor Units Should be Defined in Water at 10 cm Depth Rather than at DMAX
Panel Member
Presented by Claas Wessels, Varian Medical Systems
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13832


WE-I-SAN4 Point/Counterpoint Live Debate: Modern Linacs Monitor Units Should be Defined in Water at 10 cm Depth Rather than at DMAX
Panel Member
Presented by Carlos Sandin, Elekta Ltd
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13833


WE-I-SAN4 Point/Counterpoint Live Debate: Modern Linacs Monitor Units Should be Defined in Water at 10 cm Depth Rather than at DMAX
Panel Member
Presented by Frank Van den Heuvel, PhD University of Oxford
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13834


WE-I-SAN4 Point/Counterpoint Live Debate: Modern Linacs Monitor Units Should be Defined in Water at 10 cm Depth Rather than at DMAX Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13836


WE-J-221AB Innovations in X-Ray Detectors
Indirect and Direct Detectors with Avalanche Gain
Presented by Wei Zhao, PhD SUNY Stony Brook
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13767


WE-J-221AB Innovations in X-Ray Detectors
Cadmium Telluride Photon Counting Detectors
Presented by Christer Ullberg, MS XCounter AB
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13769


WE-J-221CD Tailoring CT Protocol to Patient Age and Size with a Focus On Pediatric Patient
Introduction
Presented by Donovan Bakalyar, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13794


WE-J-221CD Tailoring CT Protocol to Patient Age and Size with a Focus On Pediatric Patient
Practical Considerations for Size Based Protocol Optimization
Presented by Zhihua Qi, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13795


WE-J-221CD Tailoring CT Protocol to Patient Age and Size with a Focus On Pediatric Patient
CT Protocol Optimization Over the Range of Patient Age & Size and for Different CT Scanner Types: Recommendations & Misconceptions
Presented by Frank Ranallo, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13796


WE-J-221CD Tailoring CT Protocol to Patient Age and Size with a Focus On Pediatric Patient
Meeting the Imaging Needs of the Pediatric Radiologist: The Effect of Patient Size, Age and Clinical Circumstance On Optimizing the CT Image
Presented by Kimberly Applegate, MD, MS, FACR Kentucky Children’s Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13797


WE-J-221CD Tailoring CT Protocol to Patient Age and Size with a Focus On Pediatric Patient Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13798


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
Introduction
Presented by Jeffrey Williamson, PhD Washington University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13876


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
Developing High Impact Scientific/clinical Projects for AAPM Journals
Presented by Jeffrey Williamson, PhD Washington University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13877


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
2018 Farrington Daniels Awardee
Presented by Thuy Linh Tran, University of Wollongong
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13878


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
2018 Farrington Daniels Awardee
Presented by Anatoly Rosenfeld, University of Wollongong
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13879


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
2018 Michael D. Mills Editor in Chief Awardee
Presented by Eric Morris, Wayne State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13880


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
2018 Michael D. Mills Editor in Chief Awardee
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13881


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
2018 Moses and Sylvia Sorkin Greenfield Awardee
Presented by James Scheuermann, PhD Stony Brook University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13882


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
2018 Peter R. Almond Awardee
Presented by David Hintenlang, PhD Ohio State Univ
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13883


WE-J-225BCD Outstanding Science Published in 2018: Medical Physics and JACMP
Q&A
Presented by Jeffrey Williamson, PhD Washington University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13884


WE-J-302 Novel Agents for Imaging and Theranostics
Multifunctional Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging and Therapeutics: An Introduction to Theranostics
Presented by David Cormode, The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13754


WE-J-302 Novel Agents for Imaging and Theranostics
ImmunoPET: Harnessing Antibodies for Diagnostic and Theranostic Nuclear Imaging
Presented by Brian Zeglis, Hunter College
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13755


WE-J-302 Novel Agents for Imaging and Theranostics
Light Activated Multimodal Nanoparticles
Presented by Marites Melancon, MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13756


WE-J-303 AI and Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging
Quantitative Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging From Pre-Clinical Models to Human Trials
Presented by Flemming Forsberg, Thomas Jefferson University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13897


WE-J-303 AI and Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging
AI in Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging
Presented by Xiaofeng Yang, PhD Emory University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13898


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
WGGC Overview
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13900


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
CTVIE Challenge Overview
Presented by Bilal Tahir, The University of Sheffield
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13901


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
CTVIE 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: 13902


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
CTVIE 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: 13903


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
RT-MAC Challenge Overview
Presented by Gregory Sharp, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13904


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
RT-MAC 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: 13905


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
RT-MAC 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: 13906


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium
Q&A
Presented by Samuel Armato, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13907


WE-J-SAN1 AAPM Grand Challenges Symposium Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13908


WE-J-SAN2 Novel Applications in Cardiac Imaging and Therapeutics
Cardiac Imaging and Interventional Applications
Presented by Rebecca Fahrig, PhD Siemens Healthcare GmbH
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13749


WE-J-SAN2 Novel Applications in Cardiac Imaging and Therapeutics
X-Ray and MRI Guided-Ablative Radiotherapy to Treat Atrial Fibrillation
Presented by Paul Keall, PhD University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13750


WE-J-SAN2 Novel Applications in Cardiac Imaging and Therapeutics
Clinical Experience, Technical Challenges and Future Plans for IGRT to Treat Ventricular Tachycardia
Presented by Geoffrey Hugo, PhD Washington University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13751


WE-J-SAN4 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Clinical Rationale for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Clifton Fuller, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13803


WE-J-SAN4 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Imaging for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Catherine Coolens, PhD Princess Margaret Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13804


WE-J-SAN4 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Image Registration for Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Guillaume Cazoulat, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13805


WE-J-SAN4 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Adaptive Radiotherapy for Anatomical Changes
Presented by Jan-Jakob Sonke, Netherlands Cancer Institute
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13806


WE-J-SAN4 Adaptive Radiotherapy
Functional Adaptive Radiotherapy
Presented by Martha Matuszak, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13807


TH-A-221CD Reducing Sedation and Anesthesia in Pediatric Radiology
Sedation in Pediatric Radiology: Necessary Evil, Avoidable Peril Or Both ?
Presented by Andrew Degnan, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13946


TH-A-221CD Reducing Sedation and Anesthesia in Pediatric Radiology
Reducing Sedation & Anesthesia in Pediatric PET
Presented by Georges El Fakhri, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13947


TH-A-221CD Reducing Sedation and Anesthesia in Pediatric Radiology
Reducing Sedation & Anesthesia in Pediatric CT  
Presented by Robert MacDougall, Boston Children's Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13948


TH-A-221CD Reducing Sedation and Anesthesia in Pediatric Radiology
Faster, Motion Compensated MRI in Pediatrics
Presented by Samuel Brady, PhD Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Med Ctr
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13949


TH-A-302 HAZMAT Shipping DOT Training Part 1
Introduction
Presented by Russell Tarver, MS The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13981


TH-A-302 HAZMAT Shipping DOT Training Part 1
Part 1
Presented by Janel Mikhail, Office of Radiation Safety/Department of Risk Management
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13982


TH-A-302 HAZMAT Shipping DOT Training Part 1 Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13983


TH-A-304 Design Elements and Performance Evaluation of MRI Radiofrequency Coils
Clarifying the Dilemma with RF Coil Testing
Presented by Nathan Yanasak, PhD Augusta University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.8 (higher is better), with 5 responding
VLID: 13976


TH-A-304 Design Elements and Performance Evaluation of MRI Radiofrequency Coils
RF Coil Testing: Hardware, Reconstruction, and Standard Methods
Presented by Trevor Andrews, PhD Washington University at St Louis
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13977


TH-A-304 Design Elements and Performance Evaluation of MRI Radiofrequency Coils
Tips, Tricks, and Hidden Obstacles for RF Coil Testing
Presented by Thomas Cull, ViewRay
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13978


TH-A-304 Design Elements and Performance Evaluation of MRI Radiofrequency Coils
High Quality RF Coil Testing and the Consulting Physicist
Presented by Moriel Shalom NessAiver, PhD Simply Physics
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13979


TH-A-304 Design Elements and Performance Evaluation of MRI Radiofrequency Coils Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13980


TH-A-SAN1 AI and Machine Learning for RT
AI for Treatment Planning
Presented by Steve Jiang, PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13932


TH-A-SAN1 AI and Machine Learning for RT
AI for OAR Segmentation and Target Delineation
Presented by Lei Xing, PhD Stanford University School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13933


TH-A-SAN1 AI and Machine Learning for RT
AI for Adaptive Radiation Therapy
Presented by Issam El Naqa, PhD University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13934


TH-A-SAN1 AI and Machine Learning for RT
AI for Task Based Imaging Quality
Presented by Hua Li, PhD Carle Fundation Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13935


TH-A-SAN4 Intrafraction Motion Management in Radiotherapy - State of the Art and Future Roadmap
Position Monitoring - State of the Art
Presented by Laura Cervino, PhD UC San Diego
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13957


TH-A-SAN4 Intrafraction Motion Management in Radiotherapy - State of the Art and Future Roadmap
Position Monitoring - Future Roadmap
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: 13958


TH-A-SAN4 Intrafraction Motion Management in Radiotherapy - State of the Art and Future Roadmap
In-Room Patient/beam Adaptation - State of the Art
Presented by Sonja Dieterich, PhD UC Davis Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13959


TH-A-SAN4 Intrafraction Motion Management in Radiotherapy - State of the Art and Future Roadmap
In-Room Patient/beam Adaptation - Future Roadmap
Presented by Paul Keall, PhD University of Sydney
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13960


TH-A-SAN4 Intrafraction Motion Management in Radiotherapy - State of the Art and Future Roadmap
Intrafraction Motion Management for Particle Therapy
Presented by Lei Dong, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13961


TH-A-SAN4 Intrafraction Motion Management in Radiotherapy - State of the Art and Future Roadmap Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13963


TH-B-221CD Reject Rate Analysis in the Digital Era
Introduction
Presented by Kevin Little, PhD Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 2.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13951


TH-B-221CD Reject Rate Analysis in the Digital Era
Radiology Workflow: Understanding Technologists’ Image QC
Presented by Katie Hulme, MS The Cleveland Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13952


TH-B-221CD Reject Rate Analysis in the Digital Era
Setting Up a Unified Database for Multi-Vendor Reject Analysis
Presented by Kevin Little, PhD Ohio State University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13953


TH-B-221CD Reject Rate Analysis in the Digital Era
Initial Clinical Experience: Reasons for Rejects and Remedial Actions
Presented by Ingrid Reiser, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13954


TH-B-221CD Reject Rate Analysis in the Digital Era
Strategies for Repeat Analysis Program: Implementation and Expectations
Presented by Alisa Walz-Flannigan, PhD Mayo Clinic
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13955


TH-B-221CD Reject Rate Analysis in the Digital Era Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13956


TH-BC-221AB Deep Learning for Image Reconstruction and Processing
Deep Learning Reconstruction Methods for Dosimetry and Acceleration
Presented by Jonas Teuwen, Radboud University Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13941


TH-BC-221AB Deep Learning for Image Reconstruction and Processing
Learned Image Reconstruction for High-Resolution Tomographic Imaging
Presented by Andreas Hauptmann, University of Oulu
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13942


TH-BC-221AB Deep Learning for Image Reconstruction and Processing
Deep CT Image Formation
Presented by Marc Kachelriess, PhD DKFZ Heidelberg, FS05
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13943


TH-BC-302 HAZMAT Shipping DOT Training Part 2
Part 2
Presented by Janel Mikhail, Office of Radiation Safety/Department of Risk Management
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13984


TH-BC-302 HAZMAT Shipping DOT Training Part 2
Q&A
Presented by Russell Tarver, MS The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13985


TH-BC-302 HAZMAT Shipping DOT Training Part 2 Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13986


TH-BC-SAN1 Rationale and Evidence for SBRT
Introduction
Presented by Jimm Grimm, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13920


TH-BC-SAN1 Rationale and Evidence for SBRT
Radiation Therapy Dose Response Modeling and Optimization of Fractionation Schedules with Cancer Stem Cells
Presented by Victoria Yu, MS UCLA School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.3 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13921


TH-BC-SAN1 Rationale and Evidence for SBRT
Role of Vascular Damage and Tumor Microenvironment in the Response of Tumors to SBRT and SRS
Presented by Chang Song, University of Minnesota Medical School
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13922


TH-BC-SAN1 Rationale and Evidence for SBRT
Biological Dose Escalation and Outcomes Modeling in the Era of Stereotactic Radiotherapy
Presented by David Carlson, PhD University of Pennsylvania
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13923


TH-BC-SAN1 Rationale and Evidence for SBRT
Immunomodulatory Effects of Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT): Preclinical Insights and Clinical Opportunities
Presented by Ariel Marciscano, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 2 responding
VLID: 13924


TH-BC-SAN1 Rationale and Evidence for SBRT Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13926


TH-B-SAN2 The Anne and Donald Herbert Distinguished Lectureship in Modern Statistical Modeling
Individualized and Adaptive Radiation Therapy via Statistical Models
Presented by Matthew Schipper, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13938


TH-B-SAN4 Immunotherapy Killed the IGRT Star
A Physicist’s Cliff Notes to Immunotherapy
Presented by Hania Al-Hallaq, PhD The University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.7 (higher is better), with 15 responding
VLID: 13964


TH-B-SAN4 Immunotherapy Killed the IGRT Star
Using Radiation to Boost Tumor Immunity
Presented by Steven Chmura, University of Chicago
This presentation has an average satisfaction 3.8 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13965


TH-B-SAN4 Immunotherapy Killed the IGRT Star Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13966


TH-C-SAN4 Dosimetry in Radionuclide Therapy
Fundamentals of RNT Dosimetry
Presented by Robert Hobbs, PhD Johns Hopkins University
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13967


TH-C-SAN4 Dosimetry in Radionuclide Therapy
Applications of RNT Dosimetry - Worked Examples
Presented by Yuni Dewaraja, University of Michigan
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 3 responding
VLID: 13968


TH-C-SAN4 Dosimetry in Radionuclide Therapy
FDA-Approved (and Upcoming) Dosimetry Software
Presented by Bryan Bednarz, PhD University of Wisconsin
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.5 (higher is better), with 4 responding
VLID: 13969


TH-D-301 Vendor Related Mammography Updates
GE Senographe Pristina: Technical Assessment and Clinical Perspectives
Presented by Razvan Iordache, PhD GE Healthcare
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13988


TH-D-301 Vendor Related Mammography Updates
Better Insight with Wide Angle Tomosynthesis
Presented by Steffen Kappler, Siemens
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13989


TH-D-301 Vendor Related Mammography Updates
Update On Hologic’s High Resolution Breast Tomosynthesis Systems
Presented by Tushita Patel, Hologic, Inc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13990


TH-D-301 Vendor Related Mammography Updates
Fujifilm's ASPIRE Cristalle
Presented by Gregg Cretella, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13991


TH-D-301 Vendor Related Mammography Updates Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
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VLID: 13992


TH-D-303 Advances in Pencil Beam Scanning Delivery and Planning Techniques
Motion Mitigation in Spot Scanning Proton Therapy with An Automated Gating System and Voluntary Breath Holding
Presented by Sina Mossahebi, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13971


TH-D-303 Advances in Pencil Beam Scanning Delivery and Planning Techniques
Implementation of Grid Therapy Using a Proton Pencil Beam
Presented by Mark Pankuch, PhD Northwestern Medicine Chicago Proton Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13972


TH-D-303 Advances in Pencil Beam Scanning Delivery and Planning Techniques
LET Evaluation and LET-Guided Robust Optimization in Intensity-Modulated Proton Therapy
Presented by Wei Liu, PhD Mayo Clinic Arizona
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13973


TH-D-303 Advances in Pencil Beam Scanning Delivery and Planning Techniques
Application and Potential of Model-Based Planning in Proton Therapy
Presented by Anthony Mascia, PhD University of Cincinnati Medical Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13974


TH-D-SAN1 Adaptive Radiation Therapy (Online, Offline, Real Time)
Offline ART
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: 13927


TH-D-SAN1 Adaptive Radiation Therapy (Online, Offline, Real Time)
Online ART
Presented by Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13928


TH-D-SAN1 Adaptive Radiation Therapy (Online, Offline, Real Time)
Real-Time ART
Presented by Jeremy Booth, PhD Royal North Shore Hospital
This presentation has an average satisfaction 5.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13929


TH-D-SAN1 Adaptive Radiation Therapy (Online, Offline, Real Time)
Implementing ART to Improve Patient Outcomes
Presented by Clifton Fuller, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
This presentation has an average satisfaction 4.0 (higher is better), with 1 responding
VLID: 13930


TH-D-SAN1 Adaptive Radiation Therapy (Online, Offline, Real Time) Q & A
Q & A
Presented by
This presentation has an average satisfaction 0.0 (higher is better), with 0 responding
VLID: 13931