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ASTRO 2015

October 18 - 21, 2015
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
San Antonio, Texas
ViewRay Booth 318

IN-BOOTH PRESENTATIONS

SUNDAY, OCT 18

10:30am

Michael Bassetti, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor and Radiation Oncologist
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine

12:15pm

Mitchell Kamrava, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles
MRI Guided Radiation Therapy: Rethinking the meaning of CTV and PTV in gynecologic cancers

3:00pm

Imran Zoberi, MD
Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis
Physician Experience with MR-Guided RT


MONDAY, OCT 19

10:15am

Olga Green, PhD
Physicist, Radiation Oncology
Associate Director, Physics Residency Program
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis
Real-time, Online Adaptive Radiotherapy with MR-IGRT: initial clinical experience

12:30pm

Michael Steinberg, MD
Professor and Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles
MRI Guided Radiation Therapy: "There Are No Blind Surgeons"


TUESDAY, OCT 20

10:30am

Michael Steinberg, MD
Professor and Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles
MRI Guided Radiation Therapy: "There Are No Blind Surgeons"

12:15pm

Jeffrey Bradley, MD
Professor, Radiation Oncology
Washington University School of Medicine, St.
Louis
MR-guided adaptive SBRT: Clinical use cases

2:30pm

Maria Thomas, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Radiation Oncology
Washington University School of Medicine, St.
Louis
MR-IGRT for Accelerated Partial Breast Radiation (APBI)

VIEWRAY SPECIAL EVENT AT ASTRO

MONDAY, OCT 19

3:45pm
Hall B
Industry Expert Theater:
Align, Adapt & Track Soft Tissues with MRI guided Radiation
Therapy, a new clinical paradigm
Michael Steinberg, MD: University of California, Los Angeles
John Bayouth, PhD: University of Wisconsin

PRESENTATIONS OF INTEREST

SUNDAY, OCT 18

E-Poster 1:
Physics II - SRS/SBRT and MRI-guided Therapy
1:15-2:45pm, Room: 101 A/B
Lakshmi Santanam, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis (discussant)

Scientific Session E:
Physics III - MRI-guided Radiation Therapy
4:45-6:15pm, Room: Lila Cockrell Theatre

  • 4:45pm Commissioning and Clinical Implementation of the First Online Adaptive MR Image Guided Radiation Therapy Program,Rojano Kashani, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis
  • 5:05pm First Ever Reported Real Time MRI Guided Liver Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy Treatments: Experience and Clinical Implications,Stephen A. Rosenberg, MD, University of Wisconsin
  • 5:25pm Quantitative Differences in Planned and Delivered Dose for Liver SBRT Using MRI Guided Delivery,Craig R. Hullett, MD, PhD, University of Wisconsin
  • 5:35pm Online Adaptive MR-Guided Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy for the Treatment of Oligometastatic Disease of the Abdomen and Central Thorax: Characterization of Potential Advantages,Lauren Henke, MD, Washington University, St. Louis
  • 5:55pm An Anatomy Driven Contour Tracking Method to Quantify Pharyngeal Airway Motion Using On-board Cine MRI in Head and Neck Radiation Therapy,Hsin-Chen Chen, Washington University, St. Louis

 

MONDAY, OCT 19

Educational Session 16:
Advanced Treatment Planning: Methods and Safe Implementation
10:45am-12:15pm, Room 007 A/B

  • 11:25am TG100 Formalism: How it works,Sasa Mutic, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

Session 20:
Practical Clinical Implementation and Use of Adaptive Radiation Therapy
4:15-5:45pm, Room: 007 A/B

  • 5:55pm Panelist: Adaptive Therapy/Retreatment for Lung Cancer,Clifford Robinson, MD, Washington University, St. Louis

 

WEDNESDAY, OCT 21

Panel 20:
MRI-Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy
10:45am-12:15pm, Room: 103 A/B

  • 11:30am Initial clinical experience of MR-guided adaptive RT delivery,Sasa Mutic, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

Scientific Session II:
Physics XI- Management of Motion in Planning and Delivery
10:45am-12:15pm, Room: Lila Cockrell Theatre

  • 11:05am Implementation of Real Time, Real Anatomy Tracking and Radiation Beam Control on the First MR-IGRT Clinical System,Olga Green, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

E-Poster 17:
Physics XII- Novel 3D and 4D Planning and Delivery Techniques
1:15-2:45pm, Room 101 A/B
Adequacy of Gating Margins for Abdominal Tumors of Patients Treated With Real Time MR Guided Radiation Therapy,Lakshmi Santanam, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

POSTERS

A Dosimetric Comparison of MRI Guided Cobalt-60 to Linear Accelerator Based Stereotactic Ablative Radiation Lung Cancer Plans,Andrzej P Wojcieszynski, MD, University of Wisconsin

Is It Really What Is on the Inside That Counts: External Surrogates for Real Time Liver Tumor Motion During Radiation Therapy,Andrzej P Wojcieszynski, MD, University of Wisconsin

MRI Guided Radiation Therapy for Bladder: Initial Experience,Olga Green, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

A Framework for Accumulating True Dose (DA) in MR-IGRT,Tianyu Zhao, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

In-treatment Pharyngeal Airway Motion Quantitative Analysis with Dynamic MRI for Head & Neck Radiation Therapy,Hua Li, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

Year One Of The First Ever MR-IGRT Program: System Practicality And Future Implications,Sasa Mutic, PhD, Washington University, St. Louis

Magnetic resonance (MR) Guided Accelerated Partial-Breast irradiation (APBI): MRI Soft Tissue Contrast Allows for Decreased Margins and May Improve Cosmesis,Sahaja Acharya, MD, Washington University, St. Louis

Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation Utilizing an On-board Magnetic Resonance Image Guided Radiation Therapy System: Evaluation of Intrafraction Motion of the Lumpectomy Cavity,Benjamin W. Fischer-Valuck, MD, Washington University, St. Louis

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