2024 Program with Abstracts

Science Spoken Succinctly - Lombardy

June 5, 2024 from 1:00pm CDT to 2:30pm CDT

Enter the Science Spoken Succinctly (S3) competition to develop valuable research communication skills and compete for the cash prize! Limited to one slide and three minutes, competitors must demonstrate the significance of their research to a non-scientific audience. S3 is all about communication, conveying your research in an engaging way to those outside of the field of Medical Physics! 

This year’s presenters are:

  1. Gabrielle Lee, University of Calgary
    Shedding Light on Radiation Therapy: From Fear to Assurance

  2. Trey Chernoff, McGill University
    On the utilization of cone-beam CT images as a predictive pain biomarker

  3. Jules Faucher, McGill University
    Using Colour Image Segmentation with Magnetic Resonance Images for Computed Tomography Synthesis

  4. Azin Esmaelbeigi, McGill University
    Characterization of the Xoft electronic brachytherapy source in conjunction with a novel applicator

  5. Ubdhav Ram, McMaster University
    Evaluation of Ethos 2.0 High-Fidelity Mode for Multi-Met, single-isocenter stereotactic radiotherapy: A semi-automated comparative analysis

  6. Tyler Horsnby, McGill University
    Ultrasound-Targeted Chemotherapy With Gold Nanoparticle Drug Carriers

  7. Susan Dang, University of Victoria
    Painting a New Future: Transforming Gynecological Cancer Treatment Planning

  8. Yujing Zou, McGill University
    Multimodal AI for head and neck cancer overall survival risk stratification