Pieces of Interest from COMP for the week of September 5 - Increased Use of Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy For NSCLC Patients Can Reduce Treatment Disparities/Large-Gantry CT Helps Scientists Scan 7-Foot Woolly Mammoth Tusk/Gold Medal Introduction
- The use of Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT) for patients with non-small cell lung cancer can reduce treatment disparities between White and Black patients, according to recent research.
- A team of researchers has used a large-gantry CT to capture images of a seven-foot-long woolly mammoth tusk, according to an article published August 9 in Radiology.
- Did you miss this years’ Gold Medal Presentation at the ASM? Read Miller MacPherson’s Gold Medal Introduction on Joanna Cygler!
Published on September 5, 2022
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the week of May 29 – Peter Kirkby Memorial Medal Winner/New Director of Medical Physics Tom Baker Cancer Centre/Interactive Neuroimaging Exercises
Congratulations to Laura Pankratz, winner of the 2023 CAP-COMP Peter Kirkby Memorial Medal for Outstanding Service to Canadian Physics! Read the full press release...
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of May 22 – Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of May 22 – McMedHacks 2023/Focused Ultrasound Treatment and Brain Waste/Best of Breast
McMedHacks is an 8-week-long summer program that aims to teach clinicians, researchers and students fundamentals of medical image analysis and deep learning in Python....
Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of May 15 – ChatGPT and Medical Physics/IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme/Executive Director’s Report/CARO-COMPJSM Registration Open!
What are the potential ChatGPT applications in medical physics? The recent article: ChatGPT in Medical Physics: A Glimpse explores the possibilities. The new application...