American Association of Physicists in Medicine 57th Annual Meeting & Exhibition
American Association of Physicists in Medicine 57th Annual Meeting & ExhibitionAnaheim | July 12th – 16th | Anaheim Convention Center | Booth #201
What’s new at AAPM Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Anaheim
The American Association of Physicists of Medicine Annual Meeting and Exhibition is the largest gathering of medical physicists of the world, bringing together clinicians, vendors, scientists and other industry professionals. This year, the Meeting & Exhibition offers the opportunity for participants to gain practical knowledge with a focus on increasing integration of advanced imaging technologies.
One Plan. One Treatment. Multiple Metastases.
At this year’s AAPM, Brainlab will be presenting new software applications to streamline and expedite the radiotherapy treatment planning process. Automatic Brain Metastases Planning, part of Brainlab Elements enables monitor-unit and time efficient radiosurgery while minimizing dose to normal brain tissue and providing new treatment possibilities for larger volumes and higher number of metastases.
To learn more about Automatic Brain Metastases Planning, click here.
Dedicated to High Standards in SRS
Brainlab will also present Novalis Certified, the only program dedicated to the highest standards in stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiation therapy. Based on the Novalis Standard, defined and elaborated by an independent group of industry experts, Novalis Certified is a rigorous external audit that aims to increase treatment quality and consistency.
To participate in a product demonstration or to learn more about Novalis Certified, please visit us at booth #201 at this year’s AAPM Annual Meeting.
Novalis Circle Symposium
STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE TREATMENT OF BRAIN METASTASES
Brainlab invites you to meet world-renowned and leading physicians who will present the latest technologies and techniques in the treatment of brain metastases. To register and learn more about the Novalis Circle Symposium, click here.
Dosimetric Analysis and Quality Assurance validation for the Automatic Brain Metastases Planning Element
Niko Papanikolaou, PhD
University of Texas, San Antonio, Texas
Rotational Corrections for Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) of Multiple Brain Metastases Treated with Single Isocenter Technique
Zhiheng Wang, PhD
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Timothy Solberg, PhD
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sunday, July 12th
6:00 – 8:00 PM
777 W. Convention Way
IPLAN RT TREATMENT PLANNING COURSE
Brainlab invites you to join an iPlan® RT Treatment Planning Course. This course will focus on achieving high quality treatment plans through forward and inverse planning techniques.
08:45 AM – 09:00 AM
09:00 AM – 10:15 AM
Lesson 1: Trigeminal Neuralgia │Tristan Belloeil-Marrane
10:15 AM – 10:30 AM
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Lesson 2: Planning with IMRT for Prostate │Tristan Belloeil-Marrane
12:00 PM – 13:00 PM
13:00 PM – 15:00 PM
Elements: Presentation and Demo │Stephanie Haddad
15:00 PM – 15:15 PM
15:15 PM – 16:15 PM
Lesson 3: ExacTrac presentation │Traci Conley
Saturday, July 11th
08:45 AM – 16:15 PM
777 W. Convention Way
For more information and to register, please contact Rose Markovic at [email protected].
Sunday, July 12th12:30 PM u2013 05:00 PM
Monday, July 13th09:00 AM u2013 05:00 PM
Tuesday, July 14th09:00 AM u2013 05:00 PM
Wednesday, July 15th09:00 AM u2013 02:00 PM
Map and Directions
800 West Katella Avenue
United States of America
July 12, 2015 – July 16, 2015
Anaheim, United States of America
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