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true 2019 AAPM Annual Meeting - NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights - 2019-07-14T00:00:00+00:00 Video Virtual Library

2019 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: NIH Investigator Scientific Highlights

R01 CA204189 Automated Image Analysis for Prevention of Radiotherapy Delivery Errors
James Lamb, University of California, Los Angeles

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R01 CA204189 Development of Anatomical Patient Models to Facilitate MR-only Treatment Planning - Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD Henry Ford Health System
R01 HS026486 Clinical Trial Personalizing Radiation Therapy Through a Novel Lung Function Imaging Modality - Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy, PhD University of Colorado Denver
R01 CA230278 Robust IMPT with Automated Beam Orientation and Scanning Spot Optimization - Ke Sheng, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
P01 CA059827 Optimization of High Dose Conformal Therapy - Randall Ten Haken, PhD University of Michigan
R01 CA181171 Image Quality Improvement and Performance Assessment of Dedicated Breast CT - Ioannis Sechopoulos, PhD Radboud University Medical Centre
R01 EB020665 Developing a Treatment Planning System for Next Generation Rotating-Shield Brachytherapy - Xiaodong Wu, University of Iowa
R01 CA201212 Developing Knowledge Models to Enable Rapid Learning in Radiation Therapy - Qing-Rong Jackie Wu, PhD Duke University Medical Center
R01 CA202761 Investigating Radiation-Induced Injury to Airways and Pulmonary Vasculature in Lung SABR - Amit Sawant, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine
U01 EB018758 Task-driven Dynamic Beam Modulation for High-performance, Low-dose CT - Joseph Stayman, PhD Johns Hopkins University
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