Seminars IFIC

se-fis-med: Accurate imaging for radiotherapy - an (un)solved problem

by Dr. Nils Peters (MGH)

1001-Primera-1-1-1 - Paterna. Seminario (Universe)

1001-Primera-1-1-1 - Paterna. Seminario


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Medical Physics Seminar - Seminario de Física Médica

Title: Accurate imaging for radiotherapy - an (un)solved problem

Author: Nils Peters, PhD

Affiliation: Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School


For decades, computed tomography has been the gold standard in clinical proton range prediction – still, imaging-induced uncertainties in treatment planning persist, effectively diminishing the benefits of proton therapy. This overview talk will cover the current issues and developments in imaging for patient tissue characterization, covering conventional CT, cone-beam CT, and photon counting CT, with a focus on the implications for clinical research.

Online link: The room access code will be sent per e-mail.

Organized by

Ana Ros y Fernando Hueso

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