FREE Webinar - ACPSEM NSW/ACT Branch: Radionuclide Therapy, Theranostics and SIRT dosimetry
ACPSEM NSW/ACT Branch has organised a free webinar for all members of the College on 30th 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.
Presenters and Topics:
Prof Dale Bailey
Principal Physicist in the Department of Nuclear Medicine at Royal North Shore Hospital
Professor in Medical Imaging Science at the University of Sydney
Former Director, Sydney Vital TCRC.
Dr Yaser Hadi Ghoalmi
Towards personalized dosimetry in patients with liver malignancy treated with 90Y-SIRT using in vivo-driven radiobiological parameters
Kolling Institute of Medical Research, Institute of Medical Physics, RNSH, School of Physics
Mr Harry Marquis
A Theranostic Approach to SPECT Image Reconstruction for Improved Dosimetry Estimates in Radionuclide Therapy
Institute of Medical Physics, Sydney Vital Translational Cancer Research, School of Physics
Mr Takanori Hioki
Antiparticle therapy: a TOPAS-nBio in silico investigation of positrons in radionuclide therapy
Kolling Institute of Medical Research, Institute of Medical Physics, School of Physics
2 CPD Points will be automatically allocated to medical physicists who register and attend this webinar and automatically recorded in their CPD Tracker. If you are watching this webinar as a group, we strongly recommend that everyone of the group should register for this webinar individually. Otherwise only those who are registered for this webinar will be allocated for CPD points. Our Office will cross-check the attendance with the registered delegates' names and allocate CPD points. Therefore please enter your full name (s) when you login to the webinar.
These webinars are aimed at qualified medical physicists and all questions should be directly related to the topic and work covered. Registrars and students are encouraged to attend, however any general questions on content covered should be reserved for supervisors.