Pieces of Interest from COMP week of Apr 15-AI trend leading 2019/ESTRO Survey - POP-ART RT/Science Spoken Succinctly (S3)/3D Printing, Software and the Dalhousie MedPhys Grad Program
Published by Mara Juneau
Published on April 15, 2019
- A working group from the European Society for Radiation Oncology (ESTRO) has developed a survey on the patterns of practice for adaptive and real-time radiotherapy (POP-ART RT). The survey aims at identifying to which extent and how adaptive and real-time radiotherapy is being used in clinical practice and at understanding the challenges for implementation. ESTRO is looking for responses from Canadian radiation therapy centres - here's an article about the survey published in the ESTRO newsletter and the link to the survey here.
- Have you checked out S3? Science Spoken Succinctly (S3) is a brand new addition to the ASM lineup in Kelowna, BC (September 24-27!). Limited to one slide and only three minutes, the top 10 video abstract submissions will be selected to share the significance of their science while being judged by a panel of locals who range from high school teachers to news anchors. This competition is open to all non-faculty members of COMP (MScs, PHDs, post-docs or residents) and will include a substantial cash prize pool. Click here to get all the details you need!
- Medical software and 3D printing technology solution provider brought to you by the Dalhousie #MedPhys Grad program: