FREE Webinar - ACPSEM NSW/ACT Branch: MLC Tracking: Clinical rationale, clinical experience, guidelines and future directions
ACPSEM NSW/ACT Branch has organised a free webinar for all members of the College on 20 July 2021 at 1:30pm Sydney time.
Please feel free to invite anyone who would benefit from these webinars. As numbers are limited to 500, a zoom link will be sent to those who are registered for this webinar. These webinars are interactive and all questions and comments are welcome.
Talk: MLC Tracking: Clinical rationale, clinical experience, guidelines and future directions -- Presented by Professor Paul Keall
Relevant to this presentation, Prof Keall led the recently published American Association of Physicists in Medicine Task Group report #264: The Safe Clinical Implementation of MLC Tracking in Radiotherapy.
Presenter: About Professor Paul Keall
Paul Keall is a Professor of Medical Physics and the Director of the ACRF Image X Institute, University of Sydney, where he leads a team of 30 postdoctoral researchers and students engaged in conceiving, developing and implementing a broad portfolio of highly innovative imaging and targeted radiotherapy methods and technologies, such as that proposed in this proton therapy application. Professor Keall is a prolific inventor with 18 awarded patents and a further 14 under review. His research has shaped the practice of radiotherapy with 25 industrial research agreements, 8 commercial licences, three start-up companies and one of the technologies he pioneered (4DCT) now used in the majority of lung radiotherapy treatments worldwide. He has an extensive academic track record and an outstanding international reputation having previously been the Director of Radiation Physics at Stanford University and the recipient of one of only 39 Australia Fellowships awarded by the NHMRC.
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