Save the date - COMP Virtual Winter School 2021

COMP Virtual Winter School will be taking place February 1 - 4, 2021. The Winter School 's theme is: SBRT from Specialized Care to Standard Practice: The Opportunities in the Age of a Pandemic. More details to come!

2020 Fellow of COMP (FCOMP) Award Winners

Congratulations to:

Marco Carlone, PhD, P.Eng, MCCPM
Head of Medical Physics
BC Cancer Agency – Kelowna

William Parker, MSc, FCCPM
Clinical Chief of Medical Physics
McGill University Health Centre

2020 Sylvia Fedoruk Prize Winners

Congratulations to Patricia Oliver, Rowan Thomson

“Investigating energy deposition in glandular tissues for mammography using multiscale Monte Carlo simulations”

2020 Michael S. Patterson Publication Prize Winner

Congratulations to Carmen Popescu, Ia Olivotto, Wayne Beckham, Will Ansbacher, S Zavgorodni, R Shaffer, Es Wai, Karl Otto

“Volumetric modulated arc therapy improves dosimetry and reduces treatment time compared to conventional intensity-modulated radiotherapy for locoregional radiotherapy of left-sided breast cancer and internal mammary nodes”

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The be the recognized leader and primary resource for medical physics in Canada.

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To promote and advance the Canadian medical physics community’s integral role in healthcare by supporting research, education, innovation and excellence in professional practice.


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Save the Date - ASM 2021

June 23 - 26, 2021, Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac

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