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| TABLE OF CONTENTS PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE & SESSIONS OF NOTE ................................................ ............................................... 5 3 PROGRAM INFORMATION Program Directory Directory....................................................... .................................................... 7 9 Continuing Education Education............................................... .............................................. 9 7 Meeting Platform..................................................... Platform .................................................... 10 13 Invited Speaker Handouts Handouts....................................... ...................................... 10 13 Speaker Ready Room Room............................................. ............................................ 10 13

ASSOCIATION SERVICES AAPM Headquarters Office Office.................................... ................................... 13 15 Show Management Office Office..................................... .................................... 13 15 AAPM Member Resources Resources...................................... ..................................... 13 15 AAPM Career Services Services............................................ ........................................... 13 15 AAPM Education & Research Fund Donors’ Lounge/Contributions Lounge/Contributions............................. ............................ 14 16 AAPM New Attendee Orientation Orientation......................... ........................ 14 16

GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION Registration............................................................... Registration .............................................................. 17 19 Exhibit Hours Hours.............................................................. ............................................................. 17 19 Internet Access........................................................ 17 19 Connection Lounge Lounge................................................ ............................................... 17 19 CEC Kiosks Kiosks................................................................. ................................................................ 17 19 Charging Stations Stations..................................................... .................................................... 17 19 Childcare Services Services................................................... .................................................. 17 19 Guest Welcome Center Center.......................................... ......................................... 18 20 Lost and Found Found......................................................... ........................................................ 18 20 First Aid and Wellness Wellness................................................ ............................................. 18 20 Nursing Mothers' Room Room............................................ ........................................... 18 20 Reflection/Prayer Room Room.......................................... ......................................... 19 21 Coat/Luggage Check Check............................................ ........................................... 19 21 ePosters ePosters..................................................................... .................................................................... 19 21

FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICES Convention Center Food Outlets Outlets............................ ......................... 21 23 Complimentary Lunches Lunches......................................... ........................................ 23 21 Refreshment Breaks................................................. 24 22

SOCIAL PROGRAM Tickets Are Required For Events Events.............................. ............................. 25 23 AAPM COVID Safety Protocol................................ Protocol ............................... 26 24

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ......................................... ........................................ 30 28 2022 EXHIBITORS GUIDE ..................................... .................................... 29 31 CONVENTION CENTER MAPS ........................... .......................... 39 37 PROGRAM-AT-A-GL ANCE ...............Center ..............Center Insert 1


PRESIDENT'S SYMPOSIUM Important Conversations: The Alzheimer’s Epidemic — Patient Engagement — ARPA-H and Cancer Moonshot J. Bourland, E. Shaw, R. Milman, T. Schwetz Monday, July 11 10:15 AM–12:15 PM ET Join us for this year's symposium which will open with a brief review of the impact of medical physics for transforming human health followed by three Important Conversations presented by engaging and expert keynote speakers: Alzheimer’s disease, physicist-patient engagement, and national initiatives for accelerating healthcare innovation, as now described: • The Alzheimer’s Epidemic • What We Can Learn from Patients and

Why We Need to Listen • Accelerating Innovation in Health and Biomedical

Research: ARPA-H and the Cancer Moonshot


The AAPM 64th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, held in Washington, DC, gave us the opportunity to meet together after two years of virtual meetings. We decided that this was one of many reasons to celebrate guiding our meeting theme: “Celebrating Medical Physics: Transforming Human Health”. The Presidential Symposium reflects on our humanity and the great impact of medical physics on human health. Across the board, the meeting program spans the range from classic to new medical physics. We’re offering exceptional scientific, educational, and professional symposia, proffered sessions, and the ever-important Early-Career Investigators Symposium, along with a host of continuing education opportunities. Our technical exhibition will provide the long-awaited opportunity to meet with vendors, visit their new products on the floor, and discuss their services and support. Washington, DC, the Nation’s Capital, is a unique city with rich and cultural diversity. The Washington Convention Center is within walking distance of notable museums, dining, evening entertainment and the Metro. The National Mall, home of the Washington Monument, Capitol, Smithsonian, and other national treasures, is a quick ride from the convention center. Major league sports are also available, with the Washington Nationals baseball team hosting games over the dates of the meeting. The city offers these great attractions and more with significant history and culture, all in a compact region. It is you, the meeting attendee, who will greatly contribute to the success of the meeting and to Celebrating Medical Physics, continuing our work for Transforming Human Health! J. Daniel Bourland, PhD 2022 President, AAPM

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SESSIONS OF NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT • Virtual Clinical Trials • SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium: Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging • Photon-counting CT: Image Quality Optimization,

Novel Algorithms, and Emerging Clinical Applications • New Technologies in Breast Imaging • Interventional Imaging • Radiotherapy and the Immune System • Biomathematical Modeling for Individualized and

Targeted Cancer Treatment • Outcome-driven and Risk-adapted Personalized

Treatment Planning • AI-Empowered Clinical Decision Support for

Personalized Radiation Therapy • Joint AAPM-ESTRO Symposium: FLASH-From

Experimental Beam Lines to the Clinic • Biomarkers of Response to Radiation and Immune

Modulating Therapies for Advanced Cancer Management • The Developing Role of Medical Physics and

Imaging in Digital Pathology • AI Clinical Translation: Opportunities and Pitfalls • Machine Intelligence in Imaging for Treatment

Response Assessment and Prediction: Implications for Adaptive Radiation Therapy • Medical Physics in Clinical Trials: Design, Quality

Assurance, and NIH Programs • The Use of Cumulative Effective Dose - An

Educational Debate • Imaging Disparities • Assessment of Deep-Learning Technologies in

Medical Imaging: From Imaging Science to Clinical Practice • Advances in Breast Cancer Diagnosis and

Treatment: Mammography, Breast Biopsy, SBRT, APBI

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• Bridging Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy: A

Pediatric Focus • Imaging for Radiation Therapy: Challenges and

Solutions • Integrating Omics in the Era of AI for Better Patient

Specific Outcomes • Artificial Intelligence for QA • Clinical Implementation of AI-based Auto-

Segmentation • Eliminating Health Disparities in Clinical Trials: How

can Physicists Contribute? • Enhancing a Physicist's Role in Radiation Therapy

Treatment Plan Assessment • Automated Planning: What Do Physicians Want? • State of the Art of Adaptive Radiotherapy • Excelling as a Medical Physicist Outside the Clinic • Clinical-Industry Partnerships • Ethics and AI in Radiology and Radiation Oncology • Advancing EDI at Every Level of Med Phys Part 1:

For Trainees, the Workplace and Beyond • Advancing EDI at Every Level of Med Phys Part 2:

For Trainees, the Workplace and Beyond • Effective Communication About Radiation Dose

and Radiation-Induced Risks for Pediatric Patients • Meet the New Boss: Transforming Medical Physics

Practice with Surgeons, Entrepreneurs, and Bankers • Medical Physics Cross-Specialization in the Era of

Radiotheranostics • WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium on Theranostics • Addressing Global Needs in Medical Physics

Support • International Council Symposium: Medical Physics

Awareness in the Global Context • Education Council Symposium: Celebrating

Medical Physics Educators: Transformative leaders in Medical Physics Education • Joint Council Symposium: Celebrating the Recent

Accomplishments of the AAPM

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• Professional Council Symposium: In Memory of

George Sherouse - Transforming Human Health Through Clinical Practice • 2022 Annual Student Meeting: Global Medical

Physics: Experiences, Lessons, and Getting Involved • Machine Intelligence Efficacy and Quality I • Machine Intelligence Efficacy and Quality II • Impacting Global Health Through Medical Physics • Space-time Modulation of Treatment • In vivo Imaging and Dosimetry for Monitoring

Therapy • Radioactive Microspheres and Nanoparticles • Advances in Photon-Counting Imaging • Machine Intelligence for Treatment Planning and

Segmentation • Advances in Anatomic, Biologic, and Functional

Image Guidance • MR- and CT-Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy • CAD, Radiomics, and Quantitative Applications of

X-Ray Imaging and CT • Imaging Data Science for Treatment Assessment • AI in Imaging • Performance Assessment and Clinical

Implementation of Photon-Counting CT • Personalized Treatment via Outcome Modeling • Important Conversations: The Alzheimer's

Epidemic — Patient Engagement — ARPA-H and Cancer Moonshot

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| PROGRAM INFORMATION PROGRAM DIRECTORY The programs below will take place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (WEWCC). Please note that there are numerous events throughout the week. Be sure to check the entire program for topics of interest! Professional • Room 206 (Level 2)

Imaging Education • Room 207 (Level 2)

Imaging Scientific • Room 201 (Level 2)

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific • Ballroom C (Level 3)

Therapy Scientific • Ballroom A (Level 3)

Therapy Education • Ballroom B (Level 3)

Specialty Program — The New Era of Radiopharmaceutical Therapy • Room 202 (Level 2)

Vendor Program (Showcases, PinS & Guided Tours) • Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level 2) • Guided Tours (Rooms 209A & 209B, Level 2)

CONTINUING EDUCATION Online Evaluation System The Online Evaluation System will remain open until Thursday, August 25, 2022, at 11:59 PM ET. Attendees must complete the appropriate evaluation survey per session attended or viewed to obtain credit. You are encouraged to evaluate in real-time. CEC kiosks will be available at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for this purpose. Complimentary WiFi will also be available if you wish to use your laptop, mobile phone, or tablet. Please Note: Your Registration Badge ID and Last Name are required to access the evaluation system.

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Once you have completed your surveys, you must select “Finalize Program Evaluation” to complete the process. You will no longer have access to edit any surveys once you have completed this step. AAPM will report/release credits earned by Thursday, September 8, 2022. Medical Physicists AAPM has will apply applied to to thethe Commission Commission onon Accreditation of Medical Physics Accreditation of Medical Education Physics Programs, Education Inc. (CAMPEP) Inc. Programs, for approval (CAMPEP) offor theapproval AAPM 64th of the Annual AAPM Meeting 64th Annual & Exhibition, Meeting & including Exhibition, theincluding Review Courses, the for Medical Review Courses, Physics for Continuing Medical Physics Education Continuing Credits (MPCEC). AAPM Education Creditswill (MPCEC). also request AAPM upwill to also eightrequest (8) credit up to eight hours(8) forcredit general hours ePoster for general viewing. ePoster viewing. Medical Dosimetrists Medical AAPM willDosimetrists apply to the Medical Dosimetrist AAPM has applied the Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board to (MDCB) for approval of MDCB CMD credits Board Certification for the(MDCB) 64th Annual for approval Meetingof & MDCB Exhibition. CMD credits To for obtain the 64th credit, Annual attendees Meeting must & attend/ view eachTo Exhibition. session obtainincredit, its entirety attendees and complete must attend/ an onlineeach view evaluation sessionsurvey. in its entirety Registration and complete Badge IDan and CMD Number online evaluation are survey. required. Registration Badge ID and CMD Number are required. Radiologic Technologists Radiologic Technologists AAPM will apply to the American Society of AAPM has applied to the(ASRT) American Society of Radiologic Technologists for approval of Category ATechnologists Radiologic Credits for the (ASRT) 64th Annual for approval Meeting of & Exhibition. A Category ToCredits obtain for credit, the 64th attendees Annual must Meeting attend & each session Exhibition. To obtain in theircredit, entirety attendees and complete must attend an onlinesession each evaluation in their survey. entirety Registration and complete Badgean ID and valid ASRT online evaluation ID/ARRTsurvey. Number Registration are required. Badge ID and valid ASRT ID/ARRT Number are required. Please Note: ASRT has modified the criteria for earningNote: Please credits ASRT for has On-Demand modified the content. criteria AAPM for will not earning apply credits for CAT forAOn-Demand Credits for sessions content. viewed AAPMOnwill Demand. not apply for CAT A Credits for sessions viewed OnDemand.

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Maintenance of Certification/Self-Assessment Modules (SAM) Many AAPM members now require Maintenance of Certification (MOC) as defined by the American Board of Radiology (ABR). SAM are not required but can be used to meet the ABR self-assessment continuing education requirements (SA-CME). To provide increased SAM offerings and allow the maximum time for speakers to cover presentation content adequately, SAM questions are no longer embedded therein, so audience interaction is not needed. To successfully obtain SA-CME credit: • Stop by the Registration Desk to retrieve your

badge and beacon. • For In-Person — Attend the SAM session in its

entirety (attendance is verified via beacon technology). • For Live/On-Demand On-Demand — View — View the SAM the SAM session session

recording in its entirety (attendance is verified electronically online). • After attending/viewing sessions in their entirety,

SAM questions associated with the session must be answered in the Online CEC Evaluation System anytime during the meeting and/or up to sixweeks post-meeting. • SAM quizzes during this period are not scored on

a pass/fail basis, but all questions for a respective session must be answered to earn credit. • Responses are a self-assessment of knowledge

gained during designated sessions. Attendees will be provided with an aggregate of how others responded to each question overall in the evaluation system. • The Online Evaluation system will remain open

until Thursday, August 25, 2022, at 11:59 PM ET. Evaluations MUST be completed by that time for credits to be earned. Please Note: SAM sessions are open to all meeting attendees. Individuals who do not need SA-CME credits can attend the sessions and complete the

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online evaluation to obtain MPCEC credit only. SAM questions are not provided to non-SAM participants. Forgot to add SAM? No problem! You can purchase the item by modifying your registration via the online Dashboard or by visiting the Registration Desk.

MEETING PLATFORM The online meeting platform can be accessed at: aapm2022.pathable.co Limited content will be streamed Live daily from Ballroom B beginning Sunday, July 10 at 8:30 11:00AM AM ET, continuing through Thursday, July 14, 2022. All remaining content will be recorded and posted for On-Demand viewing approximately 24-hours after the scheduled session time. Busy meeting schedule? We have you covered! All recordings will be available for up to six additional weeks post-meeting, allowing you to maximize your time in the Exhibit Hall, view sessions you may have missed, and still be eligible to receive Continuing Education Credits.

INVITED SPEAKER HANDOUTS Invited Speakers are encouraged to provide handouts for their presentations. Please visit the 64th Annual Meeting and Exhibition website to view those currently available: aapm.me/AAPM2022Handouts Hardcopy handouts will not be distributed on-site.

SPEAKER READY ROOM Room 203 (Level 2, WEWCC)

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Saturday–Wednesday

7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Thursday

7:00 AM –2:30 PM


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CAREER SERVICES

on-site here in Washington, DC!

Are you hiring or looking to be hired? Stop by the AAPM Career Services Center L Street Bridge/Outside Exhibit Hall (Level 2, WEWCC) to see the exciting jobs and candidates available among your fellow meeting attendees. An interview room is open should you need it; staff will gladly assist with reservations, as well as demonstrate and answer questions regarding the online AAPM Career Services site.

aapm.org/careers

Available to job seeking and hiring members year-round!


| ASSOCIATION SERVICES AAPM HEADQUARTERS OFFICE Magnolia (2nd Floor/Mezzanine, Marriott Marquis) Friday

4:00 PM–6:00 PM

Saturday–Sunday

7:30 AM–6:00 PM

Monday–Wednesday

8:00 AM–6:00 PM

Thursday

8:00 AM–12:00 PM

SHOW MANAGEMENT OFFICE East Overlook Room 101 (Street (Level (Level 1, Level, WEWCC) 2, WEWCC) WEWCC) Friday–Wednesday Friday–Wednesday Thursday Thursday

8:00 8:00 AM AM –– 6:00 6:00 PM PM 8:00 AM AM –– 12:00 12:00 PM PM 8:00

AAPM AAPM MEMBER MEMBER RESOURCES RESOURCES Member Member Services Services staff staff will will be be available available to to provide provide information about member benefits, answer information about member benefits, answer general general questions, questions, and and assist assist you you with with locating locating sessions, sessions, exhibitor booths, booths, and and other other activities. activities. You You may may also also exhibitor contact: contact: membership@aapm.org membership@aapm.org

LL Street Street Bridge/Outside Bridge/Outside Exhibit Exhibit Hall Hall (Level (Level 2, 2, WEWCC) WEWCC) Sunday–Wednesday Sunday–Wednesday Thursday Thursday

7:00 7:00 AM–6:30 AM–6:30 PM PM 7:00 7:00 AM–3:00 AM–3:00 PM PM

AAPM AAPM CAREER CAREER SERVICES SERVICES AAPM Career Career Services Services (careers.aapm.org) (careers.aapm.org) brings brings AAPM medical physics job seekers and potential employers medical physics job seekers and potential employers together together via via a a feature-rich feature-rich online online job job ad ad site. site. During During the Annual Meeting, the traditionally free the Annual Meeting, the traditionally free on-site on-site job and and resumé resumé boards boards will will be be available. available. Have Have job a candidate in mind? Schedule time to speak a candidate in mind? Schedule time to speak

with with them them right right on-site on-site in in our our dedicated dedicated Interview Interview Room. Reservations are available Room. Reservations are available on on a a first-come, first-come, first-served basis. basis. Contact Contact Viv Viv Dennis Dennis for for more more first-served information: viv@aapm.org information: viv@aapm.org

LL Street Street Bridge/Outside Bridge/Outside Exhibit Exhibit Hall Hall (Level (Level 2, 2, WEWCC) WEWCC) Sunday–Wednesday Sunday–Wednesday Thursday Thursday

7:00 7:00 AM–6:30 AM–6:30 PM PM 7:00 7:00 AM–3:00 AM–3:00 PM PM

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AAPM EDUCATION & RESEARCH FUND The AAPM Education and Research (E&R) Fund supports our vital medical physics profession by funding strategic research, education programs, and awards. For additional information, please visit: aapm.me/AAPMERFund E&R Fund Donors’ Lounge L Street Bridge/Outside Exhibit Hall (Level 2, WEWCC) Sunday–Wednesday

7:00 AM–6:30 PM

Thursday

7:00 AM–3:00 PM

Individuals who have donated $100 or more to the Education & Research Fund are invited to join us in the Lounge. Comfortable seating, beverages, and electronic charging stations will be available. Want to make a contribution? AAPM staff will be available to assist you with your donation anytime the Lounge is open.

AAPM NEW ATTENDEE ORIENTATION New to attending an AAPM Annual Meeting & Exhibition? No problem! We understand it can sometimes be overwhelming to participate in sessions, network, and navigate the exhibit floor – all in just five days. Join us at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for the opportunity to hear from long-time attendees and learn helpful ways to make the most out of your time. Room 102AB (Street Level, WEWCC) Sunday, July 10

7:30 AM–8:30 AM

Monday, July 11

8:30 AM–9:30 AM

Continental breakfast, coffee, and hot tea will be provided.

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focus on our future Visit the AAPM Education & Research Fund Donors’ Lounge [L Street Bridge/Outside Exhibit Hall — Level 2, WEWCC] to DONATE NOW! The AAPM Education & Research Fund supports the development of our great profession via the provision of seed money for research, fellowships for PhD students, fellowships for undergraduate students, and grants to support Imaging Physics residencies. Without contributions from our generous members we would never have been able to provide the now over 100 grants, fellowships, and residencies since the inception of the Fund 23 years ago. All contributions are tax deductible. Larger donations may be designated for specific fellowships, residencies, travel awards, research, or other suitable purposes.

Give to the AAPM Education & Research Fund www.aapm.org/education/edfundintro.asp


Integrating Healthcare Enterprises – Radiation Oncology (IHE-RO)

is an AAPM-sponsored initiative for improving the functionality of the radiation oncology clinic. AAPM would like to thank the main members that participate in IHE-RO: Accuray BrainLAB Elekta Epic GenesisCare IBA Particle Therapy Mevion Medical Systems MIM Software Mirada Medical OSL Philips Healthcare Laboratories RaySearch RefleXion Medical

Sun Nuclear Corporation Standard Imaging Inc. University of California, San Francisco University of Michigan Varian, a Siemens Healthineers company Veterans Administration ViewRay Washington University of St. Louis West Virginia University and many more

More information can be found at: www.aapm.org/IHERO/


| GENERAL INFORMATION REGISTRATION East Salon (Street Level, WEWCC) Saturday–Wednesday

7:00 AM–6:30 PM

Thursday

7:00 AM–3:00 PM

EXHIBIT HALL HOURS Halls DE (Level 2, WEWCC) Sunday

12:30 PM–5:00 PM

Monday–Tuesday

9:00 AM–5:00 PM

Wednesday

9:00 AM–2:00 PM

INTERNET ACCESS AAPM offers complimentary WiFi in the Exhibit Hall, Session Rooms, and other function spaces. Password: AAPM2022

CONNECTION LOUNGE Need some time to relax and recharge? Comfortable seating and access to charging stations will be available throughout the meeting in the Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level 2, WEWCC).

CEC KIOSKS Evaluate sessions at in real-time the Online byEvaluation taking advantage System of our located kiosks Online Evaluation outside ofSystem the Exhibit kiosks Hall located (Concourse, outside Level 2, of WEWCC). the Exhibit Hall (Concourse, Level 2, WEWCC).

CHARGING STATIONS CHARGING STATIONS Need to charge your phone or other electronic device? Charging stations are in the Need to charge your phone or available other electronic Exhibit Hall Connection Lounge located on Level 2 device? Charging stations are available in the of the Walter E. Washington Convention Exhibit Hall Connection Lounge located Center. on Level 2 of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

CHILDCARE SERVICES CHILDCARE SERVICES AAPM is pleased to offer full-time, professionally

managed on-siteto childcare services provided by AAPM is pleased offer full-time, professionally ACCENT onon-site Children’s Arrangements, Inc. Please managed childcare services provided by see our Annual website for more information ACCENT onMeeting Children’s Arrangements, Inc. Please see regarding and Safety our Annualpre-registration Meeting website forCOVID more information Protocols. regarding pre-registration and COVID Safety Protocols.

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Room 103 (Street Level, WEWCC) Saturday–Wednesday

7:00 AM–6:30 PM

Thursday

7:00 AM–3:30 PM

GUEST WELCOME CENTER Registered Guests are welcome to take advantage of our daily Guest Welcome Center to chat, meet with family members after sightseeing, or grab a cold drink. Room 205 (Level 2, WEWCC) Sunday–Wednesday

8:00 AM–5:00 PM

Thursday Thursday

8:00 8:00 AM–11:00 AM–11:00 AM AM

LOST LOST AND AND FOUND FOUND Found Found items items should should be be turned turned in in at at the the Registration Registration Desk. Items will be turned over to Convention Desk. Items will be turned over to Convention

Center Center Security Security at at the the end end of of each each day. day. If If you you have have lost an item, please check with Registration lost an item, please check with Registration first; first; if if registration registration is is closed, closed, call call the the Convention Convention Center Center Command Center at (202) 249-4111. Command Center at (202) 249-3333.

FIRST FIRST AID AID AND AND WELLNESS WELLNESS First First Aid Aid Office Office If emergency, If you you are are experiencing experiencing a a medical medical emergency, please call call the the Command Command Center Center at at (202) please (202) 249-3333 249-3333

and and a a medical medical services services provider provider will will be be dispatched dispatched to your location. Non-emergency: (202) 249-4111. to your location. You may also visit the office located You may alsoinside visit the located immediately immediately theoffice Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level 2) inside themedical Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level foris minor for minor issues anytime the 2) Hall open. medical issues anytime the Hall is open. Wellness Room Wellness Room Open to any individual who needs a private room Open to anymedical individual who needs a private room for personal reasons. for personal medical reasons. Room 305 (Level 3, WEWCC) Room 305 (Level 3, WEWCC) Sunday–Wednesday Sunday–Wednesday Thursday

7:30 AM–6:00 PM 7:30 AM–6:00 7:30 AM–2:00 PM PM

Thursday 7:30 AM–2:00 PM FRIENDS OF BILL W. FRIENDS OF BILL W. Dahlia Boardroom (2nd Floor, Marriott Marquis) Dahlia Boardroom (2nd Floor, Marriott Marquis) Monday–Wednesday 9:00 PM–10:00 PM Monday–Wednesday 9:00 PM–10:00 PM

NURSING MOTHERS’ ROOM NURSING MOTHERS’ ROOM

AAPM is happy to provide the following private AAPM happy to throughout provide thethe following private spaces,is available meeting: Outside spaces, available throughout the meeting:

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near Room 103B (Street Level, WEWCC) – Mamava Private Nursing Pod Visit the Concierge Desk for more information. Room 306 (Level 3, WEWCC) — Dedicated Nursing Mothers’ Room Sunday–Wednesday

7:30 AM–6:00 PM

Thursday

7:30 AM–2:00 PM

REFLECTION/PRAYER ROOM A dedicated quiet space to reflect or pray will be available: Room 304 (Level 3, WEWCC) Sunday–Wednesday

7:30 AM–6:00 PM

Thursday

7:30 AM–2:00 PM

COAT/LUGGAGE CHECK Attendees are welcome to check coats and/or luggage for $5/item (cash or card accepted): Salon F (Street Level, WEWCC) Saturday–Wednesday

7:00 AM–6:30 PM

Thursday

7:00 AM–3:30 PM

ePOSTERS Displayed using large touchscreen monitors, electronic posters (ePosters) replace the traditional hardcopy versions used in years past. Attendees will have the opportunity to not only view posters, but take advantage of various presentation and discussion sessions for the chance to hear directly from poster authors as well. Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level 2, WEWCC) Times vary based on type and assignment; see below. Best in Physics and Best of Professional These presentations are those scoring highest in the abstract review process. The authors will be available for discussion. Blue Ribbon ePoster Discussion This category includes the higher scored and most interesting proffered ePosters as an alternative to the hardcopy general poster to allow the authors to present their posters electronically at large screen

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displays that are dedicated to their posters during specifically assigned 30-minute timeslots. These ePoster presentations located in the ePoster Theater. These ePosters are also viewable outside of these timeslots throughout the meeting on any ePoster kiosk available for use. Interactive ePoster Discussions This category includes proffered abstracts in an ePoster format as an alternative to the hardcopy general poster to allow the authors to present their posters electronically at large screen displays that are dedicated to their posters during specifically assigned 30-minute timeslots. These ePoster presentations are grouped together by scientific nd professional themes to promote lively discussion and are located in the ePoster Theater and throughout the Exhibit Hall. These ePosters are also viewable outside of these timeslots throughout the meeting on any ePoster kiosk available for use. ePoster Presentations Best in Physics Sunday Best of Professional Monday

3:00 PM–4:00 PM 9:30 AM–10:00 AM 1:15 PM–1:45 PM

Blue Ribbon Sunday

4:00 PM–5:00 PM

Monday and Tuesday

4:30 PM–5:30 PM

Interactive ePoster Discussions Sunday

3:00 PM–5:00 PM

Monday

9:30 AM–10:00 AM 1:15 PM–1:45 PM 3:45 PM–4:15 PM

Tuesday

9:30 AM–10:00 AM 1:15 PM–1:45 PM 3:45 PM–4:15 PM

Wednesday

9:30 AM–11:00 AM

ePoster Viewing Sunday

4:00 PM–5:00 PM

Monday–Tuesday

9:00 AM–5:00 PM

Wednesday

9:00 AM–2:00 PM

Expanding Horizons Presentations Tuesday

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9:30 AM–10:30 AM


| FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICES CONVENTION CENTER FOOD OUTLETS The following options are available at the throughout the meeting: La Colombe Coffee (Near Registration, Street Level, WEWCC) — ALL HOURS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Sunday–Wednesday

7:00 AM–4:00 PM

Thursday

7:00 AM–2:00 PM

Specialty coffee shop serving both iced and hot flavored coffees. The Exchange (L Street Bridge/Outside Exhibit Hall, Level 2, WEWCC) — ALL HOURS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Sunday–Wednesday

7:00 AM–4:00 PM

Thursday

7:00 AM–2:00 PM

Grab-and-Go outlet serving light breakfast items, deli-style sandwiches and salads, and assorted beverages.

COMPLIMENTARY LUNCHES Lunch Vouchers Each Scientific Attendee at the Annual Meeting will receive TWO (2) lunch vouchers with their registration materials. Exhibiting companies will also receive lunch vouchers based on booth size. Lunch vouchers can be redeemed at either of the two designated areas within the Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level 2; see Technical Exhibits Map for exact placement). Vouchers are valid only during the following times (all menu items subject to change): Monday 12:15 PM–1:45 PM • Grilled Chicken w/Mozzarella, Sun Dried Tomato

Puree, Pesto Hummus on Semolina • Grilled Veggie Hummus Wrap • Cookie • Unsweetened Iced Tea, Lemonade

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Wednesday

12:15 PM–1:45 PM

• Asiago Turkey w/Spinach & Artichoke Sandwich • Greek Sandwich w/Roasted Red Pepper Hummus,

Feta Cheese on Whole Wheat Ciabatta • Brownie Garden Greens Salad (balsamic dressing served

on side) • Unsweetened Iced Tea, Lemonade • Tomato Cucumber Salad

REFRESHMENT BREAKS

• Brownies Complimentary • Unsweetenedfood Iced and Tea, beverages Lemonadewill be served in the designated areas below at the Walter E.

REFRESHMENT BREAKS Center: Washington Convention

Complimentary and beverages will be served Exhibit Hall Breakfood Areas in the designated areas below at the Walter E. Sunday 12:30 PM–1:00 PM Washington Convention Center: 3:00 PM–4:00 PM Exhibit Hall Break Areas Monday 9:30 AM–10:15 AM Sunday 12:30PM–4:30 PM–1:00PM PM 3:45 Tuesday Monday – Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Meeting Room Level 3 Meeting Room Level 3 Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Thursday (Boxed Lunches) Meeting Room Level 3 Thursday Boxed Lunches

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| SOCIAL PROGRAM TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR EVENTS You and your guest(s) guests must mustbe beregistered registered, and fully in receipt of a digital vaccinated, and inhealth receiptpass of athrough meeting AAPM's badge official — with provider applicable to attend ticket —alltoevents. attendYou all events, and your guest must including those be registered held in the and Exhibit fullyHall. vaccinated to attend. Guests must also be registered and fully AAPM Awards and Honors Ceremony vaccinated to enter the Exhibit Hall. Hosted by the AAPM Awards and Honors AAPM Awards Honors Ceremony Committee, thisand special event will highlight Hosted by the individuals for their AAPM service Awards and and dedication Honors to Committee,the advancing thisfield special of Medical event will Physics. highlight individuals their service and dedication to Ceremony:for Marquis Ballroom advancing the field of Medical Meeting Level 2/M2 (Two LevelsPhysics. Below Lobby, Ceremony: Marriott Marquis) Marquis Ballroom (Meeting Level 2, M2 [two levels below lobby] Marriott Marquis) Monday 6:30 PM–8:00 PM Monday 6:30 PM–8:00 PM Wine & Cheese Reception: Independence Ballroom Wine & Cheese Meeting Level 4/M4 Reception: (Four Levels Independence Below Lobby, Ballroom (MeetingMarquis) Marriott Level 4, M4 [four levels below lobby] Marriott MondayMarquis)

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Monday 8:00 PM–9:00 PM AAPM Night Out: Smithsonian American Art Museum AAPMa Night American Art Museum Take breakOut: fromSmithsonian your busy meeting schedule to enjoy an evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres, Take a break from your busy meeting schedule to enjoy an dancing, and evening more at of the drinks, AAPM horsNight d’oeuvres, Out Party— dancing, andlocated conveniently more atjust theaAAPM short walk Nightfrom Out the Party— conveniently Walter E. Washington locatedConvention just a short walk Center! from the Walter E. Washington 8th ST NW & G ST NW Convention Center! 8th ST NW & G ST NW Tuesday

7:00 PM–10:00 PM

Tuesday 7:00 PM–10:00 PM Smithsonian American Art Museum Smithsonian American Art Museum The Smithsonian American Art Museum, the nation’s first of American American Art art,Museum, is an unparalleled The collection Smithsonian the nation’s record of the American experience. The collection first collection of American art, is an unparalleled captures character, and record of the the aspirations, American experience. The imagination collection of the American people throughout threeimagination centuries. captures the aspirations, character, and The museum is the homethroughout to one of the largest and of the American people three centuries. most inclusiveiscollections of one American in the The museum the home to of the art largest and world. The collection reveals key aspects most inclusive collections of American artof in the the rich artistic andcollection cultural history from colonial period world. The reveals keythe aspects of the rich to today. artistic and cultural history from the colonial period to today.

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National Portrait Gallery The National Portrait Gallery was authorized and founded by Congress in 1962 with the mission to acquire and display portraits of individuals who have made significant contributions to the history, development, and culture of the people of the United States. Today, the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery continues to narrate the multifaceted and ever-changing story of America through the individuals who have shaped its culture. Through the visual arts, performing arts, and new media, the Portrait Gallery presents poets and presidents, visionaries and villains, actors and activists whose lives form our national identity. New Professional's Gathering at the Night Out Join us for our inaugural New Professionals Gathering taking place during the annual Night Out Party. Look for the green sign to meet and mingle with other new professionals and more established professionals alike. Visit our corner and receive a ribbon to attach to your meeting badge

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AAPM POST-MEETING ACCESS Meeting registrants access recorded content sooner than non-registrants. What does this mean for you?

After the Meeting Registrants, regardless of AAPM membership status, continue to have post-meeting access to the meeting content via the AAPM meeting website as a benefit of their meeting registration. AAPM members will gain access one year after the meeting and non-members will gain access two years after the meeting via the AAPM Virtual Library.

New! Didn’t Register and Want Access Earlier? AAPM members and non-members who did not register for the meeting may purchase post-meeting access to the meeting content through the AAPM meeting website. Now members and non-members can earn credits from recorded meeting content all year long by subscribing to the Online Education Credits Program.

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AAPM CHAPTERS HISTORICAL POSTERS Sunday–Wednesday The AAPM History Committee would like to thank the following AAPM Chapters for preparing historical posters. Posters of historical record are important to AAPM and to its members as a means of reflection and pride from which such historical facts and past individual efforts can be shared to its members nationally. Posters are available for viewing Sunday– Wednesday in the Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, WEWCC). • Arizona Chapter

C. Buckey, N. Marsh, Y. Hu • Connecticut Area Medical Physics Society

(CAMPS) M. Hoerner, E. Draeger, S. Kamath, B. Blankenship, A. Jones, C. Tien, L. Tressel • Delaware Valley Chapter

L. Kim, L. Doyle, S. O’Reilly, T. Lin, T. Giaddui, A. Maidment • Florida Chapter

B.C. Schwarz, P. Johnson, D. Schofield, S. Herchko, K. Padgett, M. Arreola • Mid-Atlantic Chapter

L. Jones, S. Scarboro, L. Padilla, D. Schlesinger, L. Genovese, S. Mossahebi • Missouri River Valley Chapter

A. Lippuner, D. Dunkerley, J. Snyder, S. Wisnoskie, A. Besemer • New England Chapter

Y. Lyatskaya, I. Iftimia, P. Halvorsen, O. Dawood, F. Liu, J. Rossman, R. Berbeco • New Jersey Medical Physics Society

T. Cui, I. Vergalasova, X. Wang, C. Ma, L. Zhou, K. Nie • Northern California Chapter

J. Matney, L. Skinner, O. Stafford, S. McKenney

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• Ohio River Valley

P. Sandwall, M. Lamba, J. Hessler, N. Schneider, C. Njeh, K. Little • Penn-Ohio Chapter

J. Donaghue, D. Rudder, G. Castro Pereira, S. Kost, P. Sandwall, S. Gajdos • The Radiological and Medical Physics Society of

New York (RAMPS) H. Lin, L. Hong, J. Sillanpaa, J. Chang, K. Hamacher, T. Qu • Rocky Mountain Chapter

W. Zhou, I. Shah, R. Lamoureux, N. Bunda-Randall, K. McCullough • Southeast Chapter

M. Bright, O. Ogunleye, C. Hampton, D. Piantino, M. Rokni, R. Rodgers • Southwest Chapter

R. Mitra, A. Melancon, K. Matthews II, L. Page, D. Solis Jr., J. Pollard-Larkin • Upstate New York Chapter

A. Gopal, A. H. Le, M. Webster, M. Ben Shaikh, D. Nick Schaaf

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THANK YOU! AAPM would like to express its sincere thanks to the following exhibitors for their contributions and support of the 2022 AAPM Annual Meeting & Exhibition: • Accuray, Inc. (Booth #2097)

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| 2022 EXHIBITORS GUIDE 1

Medscint, Inc.

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Quantivly

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NavAxis, LLC

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A.B Consulting, LLC

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Carina Medical, LLC

1018 DoseOptics, LLC 1020 Radcal Corporation 1026 UT MD Anderson Cancer Center 1033 Klarity 1034 ONCOSPACE, Inc.

2090 LAP Modus 2056 of Medical Devices, Inc. America Laser Applications, LLC 2096 Adaptiiv Medical

Technologies, 2085 LinaTech, LLC Inc. 2097 Adaptiiv Accuray Medical 2087 Technologies, Inc. 3028 Phantom Laboratory, Inc. 2090 Modus Medical Inc.Inc. 3032 Devices, Image Owl,

2097 3034 Accuray Nuclear Shielding Supplies & Service 3028 Phantom Laboratory, 3036 ScandiDos Inc. 3032 Owl, Inc. 3040 Image RaySearch Laboratories AB 3034 Nuclear Shielding Supplies & Service 3076 Radformation

1037 S.E. International, Inc.

3036 3085 ScandiDos Theragenics Corporation 3040 RaySearch Laboratories AB 3086 Manteia

1039 Preferred Healthcare Staffing

3087 Theragenics Atirix Medical 3085 Systems, Inc Corporation

1036 TheraPanacea

1043 1053 iRT C4 Systems ImagingGmbH 1051 1082 Mirada BrainlabMedical 1053 1085 C4 Medical Imaging Imaging Resource 1082 Data Brainlab Center (MIDRC) 1085 Medical Imaging 2000 Data VisionResource RT Ltd 2012 Center C-RAD (MIDRC) 2000 2029 Vision IsoAid,RT LLC Ltd 2012 2032 C-RAD K & S Associates, Inc. 2029 IsoAid, LLC 2033 K Ludlum 2032 & S Associates, Measurements, Inc. Inc. 2033 Ludlum 2034 Measurements, Pymedix, Inc. 2035 Inc. PACSHealth, LLC 2034 2036 Pymedix, GE Healthcare Inc. 2035 2050 PACSHealth, University of LLC Wisconsin - ADCL 2036 GE Healthcare

2056 University LAP of 2050 of America Laser Wisconsin - ADCL Applications, LLC 2085 LinaTech, LLC

Technologies LTD. 3076 Radformation

3089 Manteia Beekley Medical 3086 Technologies 4000 Sun Nuclear LTD. Corporation 3087 Atirix Medical Inc 4014 Systems, Elekta, Inc.

3089 Medical 4024 Beekley Best Medical International 3093 Stryker 4030 Sun Best Nuclear Medical 4000 International Corporation 4036 Elekta, Best Medical 4014 Inc. International 4024 Best Medical

4044 International Radiological Imaging 4030 Best Medical Technology, Inc. International 4062 Best Varian Medical 4036 Medical Systems International 4076 Radiological CIVCO 4044 Radiotherapy Imaging

4088 Technology, QAELUM Inc.

4084 Varian Deepvoxel, Inc. 4062 Medical Systems 4086 Kyoto Kagaku America, Inc. 4076 CIVCO Radiotherapy 4092 Orfit Industries America

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4088 Standard 5001 QAELUM Inc.Inc. 4084 Imaging, Deepvoxel,

6037 Diagnomatic/Pro6010 Precision X-Ray, Project Inc.

5013 NELCO America

6052 Project GT Medical Technologies, Inc. 6045 RAD Technology

5009 Electronics, 4086 RTI Kyoto Kagaku Inc. America, Inc. 5011 4092 isoray Orfit Industries

5001 Aktina 5017 Standard Medical Imaging, Inc. Corporation 5009 RTI 5025 BestElectronics, Medical Inc. International 5011 Best 5031 isoray Medical 5013 International NELCO

5037 Medical 5017 Best Aktina Medical International Corporation 5045 Inc. 5025 ViewRay, Best Medical 5053 Qfix International

5031 Best 5059 IBA Dosimetry Medical 5067 International MIM Software, 5037 Best Inc. Medical 5077 International PTW North

5045 ViewRay, America Inc. 5053 Corporation Qfix

5085 & 5059 Landauer IBA Dosimetry RaySafe 5067 MIM Software, 5093 RefleXion Inc. 6008 Oncology, 5077 Fuse PTW North Inc. America

6010 Precision Corporation X-Ray, Inc. 5085 Landauer & RaySafe

5093 RefleXion 6008 Fuse Oncology, Inc.

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6045 Limbus RAD Technology 6012 AI Medical Systems 6037 Diagnomatic/Pro-

7011 Medical Limbus AISystems

7021 GT Medical Physics 6052 Medical Publishing Technologies, Inc. 7025 Medical American College 7021 Physics of Radiology Publishing 7027 American College Institute 7025 Physics of Radiology 7029 American Institute Board 7027 Radiology of Physics 7036 American Conference of 7029 Board Radiation Control of Radiology 7038 Conference American Board 7036 of of MedicalControl Physics Radiation 7040 American Focused Board 7038 Ultrasound of Medical Physics Foundation 7040 Focused 7041 Ultrasound IOMP Foundation 7042 U.S. Nuclear

Regulatory 7041 IOMP Commission 7042 U.S. Nuclear

7043 Regulatory Medical Physics for World Benefit Commission (MPWB) Physics 7043 Medical

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PARTICIPATING EXHIBITORS A.B Consulting, LLC

Booth: 15

Samuel Acquah 9810 Farm Pond Rd. Laurel, MD 20708 Phone: 301-793-2563 Fax: 301-869-8705 www.adotbphysics.com sacquah@adotbphysics.com A.B Consulting, LLC is your machine QA expert company. We provide monthly and annual linear accelerator quality assurance (TG-142 recommendations) and CT simulator monthly and annual performance evaluation testing. Our qualified physics team brings over a decade of experience to every work. In addition, A.B Consulting also provides commissioning work support, comprehensive linac vault area survey, and temporary clinical support services. For more information, visit www.adotbphysics.com

Accuray, Inc.

Booth: 2097

Bridget Panlener 1310 Chesapeake Ter. Sunnyvale, CA 94089 www.accuray.com bpanlener@accuray.com Accuray develops, manufactures and sells radiotherapy systems for alternative cancer treatments. Our radiation therapy for cancer makes

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treatment shorter, safer, personalized and more effective, ultimately enabling patients to live longer, better lives. Adaptiiv Medical Technologies, Inc.

Booth: 2096 2087

Rohit Seth 906-1969 Upper Water St. Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3R7 Canada www.adaptiiv.com/ rohit.seth@adaptiiv.com Adaptiiv Medical Technologies Inc. provides practitioners with FDA 510(k) regulatory cleared software (EBRT and Brachy) that enables the design and 3D printing of patient-specific treatment accessories for use in radiation therapy. The Adaptiiv solution is proven to effectively improve treatment accuracy and patient experience while reducing the common risk of failing to deliver the patient’s treatment plan as designed.

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Aktina Medical Corporation

Booth: 5017

Michael Plantamura 360 North Route 9W Congers, NY 19020-1407 Phone: 845-268-0101 Fax: 845-268-1700 www.Aktina.com sales@aktina.com Radiosurgery demands the highest levels of precision and accuracy to ensure the most positive patient outcomes attainable. And patient comfort is equally important to minimize movement during treatments and make them as stress-free as possible. At Aktina, we deliver the perfect balance of precision and comfort with breakthrough LINAC rotation accuracy and coordinate calibration technology, innovative non-SRS localization and patient immobilization solutions, and expert consultation services. American Board of Medical Physics

Booth: 7038

Tomi Papanikolaou, Executive Director P.O. Box 780518 San Antonio, TX 78278 Phone: 210-901-9052 www.abmpexam.com abmpexam@gmail.com The American Board of Medical Physics was established in 1987, with the mission of certifying medical physicists in traditional and non-traditional areas of medical physics practice. The ABMP currently tests candidates in the fields of Medical Health Physics, and MRI Physics. Upon successful completion of the three-part sequence, the candidate may be identified as a Certified Medical Physicist, or more specifically, as a Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Physics. Amercian Board of Radiology

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American College of Radiology

Booth: 7025

Dustin A. Gress, MS, DABR, DABSNM 1891 Preston White Dr. Reston, VA 20191-4397 Phone: 703-648-2905 www.acr.org dgress@acr.org The American College of Radiology® (ACR®) is a leading professional medical society dedicated to serving patients and society by empowering radiology professionals to advance the practice, science, and professions of radiological care. ACR Accreditation and Appropriateness Criteria are the standards for safe imaging and patient care. The nearly 40,000 ACR members include radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians and medical physicists.

American Institute of Physics

Booth: 7027

Frank Graeff One Physics Ellipse College Park, MD 20740 www.aip.org/ membersocieties@aip.org AAPM is a Member Society of the American Institute of Physics (AIP), a federation representing 110,000 scientists, educators, and students. AIP publishes the most widely read physics magazine in the world, Physics Today. AIP also offers many resources you can tap into in the areas of careers and education,

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diversity resources, science policy news and fellowships, history of physics, media resources— even group insurance. Stop by the AIP booth to learn more! Atirix Medical Systems, Inc.

Booth: 3087

Angela Snyder 10201 Wayzata Blvd., Ste. 310 Minnetonka, MN 55305-3380 Phone: 952-674-4730 Fax: 952-546-2023 www.atirix.com/ angela.snyder@atirix.com Atirix is the leader in paperless device QC solutions across all diagnostic imaging modalities, including automated phantom analysis for MRI, CT, NM, and FL. QC-Track® is an enterprise platform used by hospitals, clinics, and academic imaging centers and has been proven in thousands of inspections. Additional modules are available for diagnostic displays, ultrasound transducer testing and HLD traceability, apron tracking, credential tracking, and QC event and document tracking. Beekley Medical

Booth:3089

Megan Sargalski 1 Prestige Ln. Bristol, CT 6010 Phone: 800-233-5539 www.beekley.com/ info@beekley.com Beekley Medical is a U.S.-based medical device company that specializes in helping healthcare professionals positively impact patients' lives and improve clinical outcomes through the research and development of simple, low cost, disposable products that improve efficacy, communication, workflow efficiency, and the overall patient experience.

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PROGRAM AT A GL ANCE | SUNDAY, JULY 10

WALTER E. WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER 

Imaging Scientific

Specialty Program

Therapy Education

Exhibit Hall

Therapy Scientific

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Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

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BEST IN PHYSICS ePoster Theater Presenting Authors available 3:30–4:00 pm

D 11:30 am– 12:30 pm

Professional Council Symposium | In Memory of George Sherouse - Transforming Human Health Through Clinical Practice | Moderator: J Clements | Speakers: J Clements, M Kessler, D Pavord, P Halvorsen | Ballroom B

ROOM 206

ROOM 207

ROOM 201

BALLROOM C

BALLROOM A

BALLROOM B | STREAMING

ROOM 202

Therapy SNAP Oral Advances in Treatment Planning I Moderators: Z Labby,

Imaging SNAP Oral MRI: New Algorithms, Techniques, and Applications I

Imaging SNAP Oral CT and CBCT: New Technologies, Algorithms, and Emerging

Therapy SNAP Oral FLASH RT - Instrumentation and Dosimetry

Therapy SNAP Oral Quality and Safety in Radiotherapy I

Multi-Disciplinary SNAP Oral AI/ML Autoplanning, Autosegmentation, and Image

Specialty Program SNAP Oral Radiopharmaceutical Therapy

M Mashayekhi

Moderators: C Morrison, P Kinahan

Applications I Moderators: J Stayman,

Moderators: B Pogue, S Jain

Moderators: T Pawlicki, S Dieterich

Processing I Moderators: P Yadav, L Xing

Dosimetry Moderators: O Mawlawi,

T Chen

BLUE RIBBON ePOSTER NEW! ePoster Theaters Imaging | Multi-Disciplinary | Therapy

F 2:00– 3:00 pm

VENDOR SHOWCASE 3:15 pm–3:45 pm Adaptiiv Medical Technologies, Inc. — The Application of Jet fusion 3D Printing Technology in Radiation Oncology Innovation Room 2

Imaging SNAP Oral MRI: New Algorithms, Techniques,

Imaging SNAP Oral CT and CBCT: New Technologies,

Multi-Disciplinary SNAP Oral Functional, Biologic and

Therapy SNAP Oral Quality and Safety in

Multi-Disciplinary SNAP Oral AI/ML Autoplanning,

Specialty Program SNAP Oral

Assessment and Outcome Modeling Moderators: M Lawless, R Howell

and Applications II Moderators: S Einstein, P Hou

Algorithms, and Emerging Applications II Moderators: K Yang, K Drukker

Anatomic IGRT Moderators: K Hasse, R Castillo

Radiotherapy II Moderators: E Ford, J Moran

Autosegmentation, and Image Processing II Moderators: R Berbeco, Q Wu

Advanced Imaging Applications for Radiotheranostics Moderators: B Miller, A Bertolet

G 3:00–4:00 pm BIP

BEST IN PHYSICS | Presenting Authors available 3:30–4:00 | ePoster Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

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Multi-Disciplinary SNAP Oral Imaging for Treatment

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION |Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | Forums in the Exhibit Hall

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Moderator: J Prisciandaro | Speakers: M Giger, F Fahey, G Starkschall | Ballroom B

Joint Council Symposium | Celebrating the Recent Accomplishments of the AAPM Moderator: J Prisciandaro | Speakers: D Scanderbeg, S Avery, J Hoisak, M Giger | Ballroom B

1:00– 2:00 PM

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Education Council Symposium: Celebrating Medical Physics Educators: Transformative leaders in Medical Physics Education

C 10:30– 11:30 am

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INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION Forums 1 – 9 Imaging | Multi-Disciplinary | Therapy

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4:00–5:00 pm

BREAKS Refreshment Breaks

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9:30– 10:30 am

EXHIBIT HALL HOURS

MODERATOR BRIEFING

3:00–4:00 pm

Annual Student Meeting: 2022 Annual Student Meeting: Global Medical Physics: Experiences, Lessons, and Getting Involved Moderators: R Kolany, S Wang | Speakers: W Ngwa, A Yorke, A Rubinstein, S Avery | Ballroom C

8:30–

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Ballrooms A, B (Live Streaming), C

12:30 pm–1:00 pm 3:00–4:00 pm

Moderator: J Palta | Speakers: J Van Dyk, W Ngwa, S Parker | Ballroom B

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President's Sessions of Note

EXHIBIT HALL ACTIVITIES 12:30 pm–5:00 pm

International Council Symposium: Medical Physics Awareness in the Global Context

8:30– 9:30 am

Career Services Interviews 302 Prayer/Reflection Room 304 Wellness Room 305 Nursing Mother's Room 306

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COMPANIONS'GUEST WELCOME CENTER WELCOME CENTER

SHOW MANAGEMENT OFFICE GUIDED TOURSREVIEW COURSES SESSION ROOMS East Overlook 209 204, 209 201, 202, 206, 207 SESSION ROOMS HISTORY INTERVIEWS/ GUIDED TOURS 201, 202, 206, 207 FB LIVE L STREET BRIDGE 209 L STREET BRIDGE E & R Fund Donors’ Lounge 210 E & R Fund Donors’ Lounge Services HISTORY INTERVIEWS | Member/Career Member/Career Services FB LIVE Chapter Posters

Partners in Solutions Chapter Posters REVIEW COURSES Residency Fair 204, 209 Halls DE

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BLUE RIBBON ePOSTER | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | ePoster Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

Therapy SNAP Oral Treatment Planning and Delivery in Particle Therapy Moderators: K Langen, B Teo

Imaging SNAP Oral Emerging and Pre-clinical Imaging Technologies Moderators: R Lamoureux, A Kapadia

Imaging SNAP Oral Radiography and Fluoroscopy Moderators: K Little, A Tao

Therapy SNAP Oral Applications of AI in Radiotherapy Planning and Adaptation Moderators: L Ren, D Ruan

SAM Therapy Scientific Symposium The Need for Robust Dosimetry of Flash Beams Moderator: D Mihailidis Speakers: M McEwen, A Subiel, A Mascia

Therapy SNAP Oral Radiobiological Modeling Biologically-Guided RT Moderators: D Carlson, M Guerrero

Therapy SNAP Oral Brachytherapy Moderators: A Besemer, R Flynn

Imaging SNAP Oral Radiation Dosimetry Moderators: K Kanal, S Brady

Multi-Disciplinary SNAP Oral CT and MR-Guided Adaptive RT Moderators: P Xia, S Nejad-Davarani

SAM Therapy Scientific Symposium Biomathematical Modeling for Individualized and Targeted Cancer Treatment Moderator: D McClatchy Speakers: J Scott, C Grassberger, W Ngwa

Multi-Disciplinary SNAP Oral Emerging Imaging, Therapy, and Dosimetry Solutions I Moderators: J Dolan, F Fahey

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Multi-Disciplinary SNAP Oral Emerging Imaging, Therapy, and Dosimetry Solutions II Moderators: C Ma, J Andreozzi


4:30 pm–5:30 pm

BLUE RIBBON ePOSTER NEW! ePoster Theaters Imaging | Multi-Disciplinary | Therapy

9:30 am–10:00 am

VENDOR SHOWCASE MIM Software, Inc. — Practical Applications of MIM SureCalc® Monte Carlo for Plan Second Check and Adaptive Assessment Innovation Room 1 Adaptiiv Medical Technologies, Inc. — The Application of Jet fusion 3D Printing Technology in Radiation Oncology Innovation Room 2

12:15 pm–12:45 pm

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1:45 pm–3:45 pm

R Muthupillai, S Leng

T Reynolds, B Pogue

Speakers: J Cammin,

Moderators: C Clark,

J Slagowski

J Bertholet, B Teo, P Poulsen

N Jornet Speakers: B Sørensen, E Diffenderfer, A Lomax, C Simone

Speakers: T Szczykutowicz, S Gardner, N Tyagi, S Bowen, T Pan

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Machine Intelligence Efficacy and Quality II Moderators: Y Watanabe, X Qi

BEST OF PROFESSIONAL | Presenting Authors available 9:30 – 10:00 | ePoster Theater in the Exhibit Hall — Forum 1 INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | Forums in the Exhibit Hall

D 10:15 am– 12:15 pm

PRESIDENT'S SYMPOSIUM | Important Conversations: The Alzheimer’s Epidemic – Patient Engagement – ARPA-H and Cancer Moonshot Moderator: J Bourland | Speakers: J Bourland, E Shaw, R Milman, T Schwetz | Ballroom BC

E 1:15–1:45 pm BOP | IePD

F 1:45– 2:45 pm

BEST OF PROFESSIONAL | Presenting Authors available | ePoster Theater in the Exhibit Hall — Forum 1 INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | Forums in the Exhibit Hall SAM Professional Symposium Advancing EDI at Every Level of

SAM Imaging Educational Course

Arthur Boyer Award for Innovation in Medical Physics

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Novel Imaging and Therapy

SAM Therapy Educational Course Recent Task Groups on the

Early-Career Investigator Symposium

Therapy Scientific Session Impacting Global Health Through

Med Phys Part 1: For Trainees, the Workplace and Beyond Moderator: R Castillo Speakers: R Castillo, K Paradis, V Ainsworth

Artifacts and Image Quality Issues in MRI Advanced/Rapid Techniques Moderators: N Yanasak, T Andrews Speakers: T Andrews, Y Shu, N Yanasak, M Doneva

Education Moderator: V Montemayor

Solutions Moderators: W Yang, A Gutierrez

Use of MR in External Beam Radiotherapy: TG 284 and 294 Moderator: N Tyagi Speakers: Y Hu, C Glide-Hurst, K McGee

Moderators: E Ritenour, M Podgorsak

Medical Physics Moderators: L Court, A Yorke

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session MR-Linac Planning and Delivery Moderators: M Cao, E Omari

SAM Therapy Educational Course Recent Task Group Reports on Brachytherapy: TG-222 and TG-303

Therapy Scientific Session Novel Technology and Applications Moderators: M Huang,

Moderator: J Prisciandaro Speakers: H Zhang, W Feng, K Hwang, J Zoberi

Y Kuang

G 2:45– 3:45 pm

GT Medical Technologies, Inc - GammaTile Therapy: Let's Brach It Down Innovation Room 2

I 4;30–5:30 pm BReP

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | Forums in the Exhibit Hall

IePD

J 4:30– 6:00 pm

6:30– 8:00 pm

BLUE RIBBON ePOSTER | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | ePoster Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

International Program Addressing Global Needs in Medical Physics Support Moderator: E Lief, W Ngwa Speakers: E Lief, C Trauernicht, W Ngwa, S Parker, A Yorke, I Barreto, C Della Biancia

SAM Imaging Educational Course CT Protocol Optimization for the Real World Moderator: T Szczykutowicz Speakers: C Jensen, N Beckmann, C Bartels, T Szczykutowicz

SAM Imaging Scientific Symposium Attenuation Correction in PET and SPECT with and without Transmission Imaging Moderator: Y Seo Speakers: M King, T Pan, J Yang, Y Du

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium Grand Challenges: Deep Learning-Spectral CT, TruthBased CT, and SIRPRISE Yttrium-90 Microspheres Moderators: S Armato, K Farahani Speakers: S Armato, K Farahani, E Sidky, X Pan, E Samei, D Alvarez

SAM Therapy Educational Course Managing Implanted Devices Moderator: M Chan Speakers: S Lim, S Kry, C Shi, M Chan

STREET LEVEL

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium Grant Funding Symposium: Pearls and Pitfalls Moderators: A Sawant, C Glide-Hurst Speakers: C Obcemea, I Hancu, J Siewerdsen, A Sawant, K Brock

Specialty Program Medical Physics CrossSpecialization in the Era of Radiotheranostics Moderator: C Borrás Speakers: C Borras, M Stabin, M Martin, O Mawlawi, M Mahesh

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H Whitney, Y Lee SAM Professional Symposium Clinical-Industry Partnerships Moderator: B Cai Speakers: B Cai, L Henke, T Li, K Brown

10:00 am BOP | IePD

H 3:45–4:15 pm

PARTNERS IN SOLUTIONS THERAPY Respiratory Motion Management Systems Moderators: C Peeler, D Schofield Speakers: C Peeler, K Kvasnica, S Mutic, P Barry, B Waghorn, M Nilsing Innovation Room 1

Challenges and Solutions Moderators: S Kappadath,

C 9:30–

Siemens Healthineers -Deep Learning Automatic Contouring Algorithm Innovation Room 1

PARTNERS IN SOLUTIONS IMAGING 3D Mammography Moderators: J Brown, Y Liu Speakers: J Brown, M Radicke, T Patel, R Iordache Innovation Room 2

FLASH-From Experimental Beam Lines to the Clinic

Near 103B

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION Forums 1 – 9 Imaging | Multi-Disciplinary | Therapy

Management for Radiotherapy Moderator: D Carlson

NURSING MOTHER’S STATION (MAMAVA POD)

9:30 am–10:00 am 1:15 pm–1:45 pm 3:45 pm–4:15 pm

Moderators: A Yock, Y Xiao

Salon F F Salon

BEST OF PROFESSIONAL NEW! ePoster Theater — Forum 1 Presenting Authors available

Moderator: T Reynolds Speakers: K Li, A Martin,

COAT | LUGGAGE CHECK CAMP AAPM (CHIILDCARE)

9:30 am–10:00 am 1:15 pm–1:45 pm

Moderator: S. Leng Speakers: E Williamson, Z Qi,

AAPM SHOW MANAGEMENT

BREAKS Coffee Break Lunch Break & Visit the Technical Exhibits Refreshment Breaks

Moderator: C Gnaster Speakers: S Mutic,

WALTER E. WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER

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9:30 am–10:15 am 12:15 pm–1:45 pm 3:45 pm–4:30 pm

Educational Course Imaging for Radiation Therapy:

MARRIOTT MARQUIS MARRIOTT MARQUIS

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SAM Joint Imaging|Therapy

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WEST SALON

9:00 am–5:00 pm

8:30– 9:30 am

SAM Therapy Scientific

Current Challenges and Prospects in Motion

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EXHIBIT HALL ACTIVITIES

SAM Therapy Educational Course

Machine Intelligence Efficacy and Quality I

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Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

7:30– 8:30 am

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session

Symposium Interventional Imaging

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President's Sessions of Note

A

SAM Imaging Scientific

Course Cardiac Imaging

CAMP AAPM (CHILDCARE)

Therapy Scientific

SAM Imaging Educational

Excelling as a Medical Physicist Outside the Clinic

101, 102, 140, 102, 140, 141, 142,141, 143142, 143, 156

SAM Professional Symposium

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East Salon (Main Service Desk) EastSalon Salon West (VaccineCheck)

Imaging Scientific

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REGISTRATION

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Professional

EAST SALON C SALON

101 101 102A 102A 102B 102B

Imaging Education

142 141 143C 143B 143A 142 141 143C 143B 143A

Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Street Level Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Street Level

PROGRAM AT A GL ANCE | MONDAY, JULY 11

AAPM AWARDS CEREMONY | Marquis Ballroom (Meeting Level 2), Marriott Marquis Followed by a reception, Independence Ballroom (Meeting Level 4), Marriott Marquis, 8:00 – 9:00 pm

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Imaging Scientific

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Booth: 3087

Angela Snyder 10201 Wayzata Blvd., Ste. 310 Minnetonka, MN 55305-3380 Phone: 952-674-4730

Specialty Program

Exhibit Hall

ROOM 206

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BALLROOM C

BALLROOM A

BALLROOM B | STREAMING

ROOM 202

SAM Professional Symposium

SAM Imaging Educational Course

SAM Imaging Scientific

SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

SAM Therapy Educational Course

Advanced MR in the Clinic Moderator: H Liu

Symposium Virtual Clinical Trials

Symposium Biomarkers of Response

Emerging and Re-Emerging Brachytherapy Treatments

Moderators: K Sheng, K Surry, J Hoisak

Speakers: Q Yuan, X Zhou, Y Jung, H Liu, C Lin, S Einstein

Moderators: E Samei, L Ren Speakers: E Samei, L Ren,

to Radiation and Immune Modulating Therapies for

Moderators: D Han, A Damato Speakers: A Damato,

B

Speakers: K Sheng, X Jia,

A Maidment, A Badano

Advanced Cancer Management

S Abbasinejad Enger, K Roberts,

Moderators: D Mankoff, S Bowen Speakers: D Mankoff, M Farwell, R Li, A Wu, K Schalper, S Bowen

J Prisciandaro, D Han, D Aramburu Núñez

SAM Joint Imaging|Therapy Educational Course Advances in Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment: Mammography, Breast Biopsy, SBRT, APBI Moderators: S Yoo, I Reiser Speakers: S Chou, C Green, I Reiser, S Yoo, Y Zhang, F Poenisch

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Imaging for Treatment Planning

8:30 am

Mentorship: Elevating Clinical and Research Careers

A 7:30–

President's Sessions of Note

8:30– 9:30 am

traceability, apron tracking, credential tracking, and QC event and document tracking. Booth:3089

BLUE RIBBON ePOSTER NEW! ePoster Theaters Imaging | Multi-Disciplinary | Therapy

4:30 pm–5:30 pm

Bristol, CT 6010

SAM EDUCATIONAL TOPIC-SPECIFIC GUIDED TOURS — THERAPY Independent Dose Verification Solutions Moderators: B Chiang, K Cashon Speakers: B Chiang, J Hamilton, C Bohorquez, C Gnaster, A Nagle Room 209A Limited Capacity: First Come, First Served

1:45 pm–3:45 pm

E 11:00 am– 12:15 pm

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professionals positively impact patients' lives and improve clinical outcomes through the research and development of simple, low cost, disposable products that improve efficacy, communication,

G 1:45– 2:45 pm

143C 143B 143A

140B

History Symposium Developments in the Historical Evolution of Medical Physics: Radiation Therapy Dose Fractionation and Ultrasound Imaging Moderator: S Tabakov Speakers: C Orton, S Tabakov, L Rothenberg, C Ling

SAM Imaging Educational Course The Use of Cumulative Effective Dose — An Educational Debate

Imaging Scientific Session X-Ray-Based Breast Imaging Moderators: I Reiser,

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium The Anne and Donald Herbert

SAM Therapy Educational Course IROC — Who is Who in Support of NCI Clinical Trials

SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium AI Clinical Translation:

SAM Specialty Program ICRU Report on DosimetryGuided Radiopharmaceutical

Moderator: E Samei Speakers: M Rehani, R Milman

I Sechopoulos

Distinguished Lectureship in Modern Statistical Modeling

Moderators: K Smith, P Taylor Speakers: S Kry, K Smith, Y Xiao,

Opportunities and Pitfalls Moderator: S Jiang

Therapy Moderator: R Howell

Moderator: R Mohan Speakers: R Mohan, S Bentzen

M Boss

Speakers: H Veeraraghavan, T Purdie, J Kang, S Jiang

Speakers: G Sgouros, K Sjogreen Gleisner, R Hobbs, Y Dewaraja

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy • Professional | Forums in the Exhibit Hall

SAM Professional Symposium Recruitment and Applications from Grad School through Early Career: Both Points of View Moderators: J Wilson, D Pearson Speakers: K Hendrickson, R Rodgers, T Juang, T Ritter, Y Perry, J Brindle, E Covington

H 2:45– 3:45 pm

SAM Imaging Educational Course Read With an Expert: Mammography Moderator: S Chou Speaker: S Chou

SAM Imaging Scientific Symposium Advances in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Moderator: Y Yang Speakers: Y Cao, Y Hu, R Lattanzi,

SAM Therapy Educational Course Brain Mets Management: Registries and Automation for Longitudinal Assessment Moderators: K Bernstein, T Li Speakers: K Bernstein, W Shi,

J Cai

D Schlesinger, H Lin, X Gu, T Li

SAM Imaging Educational Course Ultrasound Elastography in the Clinic Moderator: Z Long Speakers: S McAleavey, I Rosado-Mendez, Z Long

Therapy Scientific Session Space-time Modulation of Treatment Moderators: M Kim, S Mossahebi

Science Council Session: Advancing Science to Expand Access to State-of-the-Art Applications in Medical Physics Moderators: K Brock, J Seuntjens

Therapy Scientific Session Advances in Safety Moderators: D Jacqmin, S Simiele

SAM Specialty Program New IAEA Programs and Projects on Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Moderators: R Hobbs, P Knoll Speakers: P Knoll, Y Dewaraja, K Sjogreen Gleisner, R Hobbs SAM Specialty Program The SNMMI Lu-177 Dosimetry Global Challenge: Results and Conclusions Moderator: Y Dewaraja Speakers: Y Dewaraja, R Danieli, W Erwin, C Uribe

I 3:45–4:15 pm

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy • Professional | Forums in the Exhibit Hall

J 4:30–5:30 pm

BLUE RIBBON ePOSTER | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | ePoster Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

140A

workflow efficiency, and the overall patient 142 141

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy • Professional | Forums in the Exhibit Hall VISIT THE VENDORS | Technical Exhibits Area

F 1:15–1:45 pm IePD

SALON F

Phone: 800-233-5539

Moderators: P Hill, L Wang

EXPANDING HORIZONS | Presenting Authors available | ePoster Theater in the Exhibit Hall — Forum 1

D 9:30– 11:00 am

Salon F

EXPANDING HORIZONS ePoster Theater — Forum 1 Presenting Authors available

Megan Sargalski 1 Prestige Ln.

COAT | LUGGAGE CHECK

9:30 am–10:30 am

AAPM Headquarters Hotel

displays, ultrasound transducer testing and HLD

MARRIOTT MARQUIS

Additional modules are available for diagnostic

9:30– 10:30 am

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION Forums 1 – 9 Imaging | Multi-Disciplinary Therapy | Professional

WEST SALON

and has been proven in thousands of inspections.

9:30 am–11:00 am 1:15 pm–1:45 pm 3:45 pm–4:15 pm

Therapy Scientific Session Advances in SRS/SBRT

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hospitals, clinics, and academic imaging centers

3:45 pm–4:30 pm

102, 140, 141, 142, 143

FL. QC-Track® is an enterprise platform used by

MEETING ROOMS

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102B

across all diagnostic imaging modalities, including

East Salon (Main Service Desk) West Salon (VaccineCheck)

Atirix is the leader in paperless device QC solutions

K 4:30– 6:00 pm

7:00–10:00 pm

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B Pogue, M Bazalova-Carter, K Surry, Y Lee, I Dragojevic, G Aldosary, P Taylor, J Hoisak

Moderators: S O'Reilly, G Ding

C

BREAKS Coffee Break Lunch Break on Your Own & Visit the Technical Exhibits Refreshment Breaks

9:30 am–11:00 am 12:15 pm–1:45 pm

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102A

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AAPM SHOW MANAGEMENT

Imaging Education

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even group insurance. Stop by the AIP booth to

NURSING MOTHER’S STATION (MAMAVA POD)

fellowships, history of physics, media resources—

CAMP AAPM (CHILDCARE)

Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Street Level

PROGRAM AT A GL ANCE | TUESDAY, JULY 12

diversity resources, science policy news and

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SAM Professional Symposium Advancing EDI at Every Level of Med Phys Part 2: For Trainees, the Workplace and Beyond Moderator: A Molineu Speakers: A Molineu, L Warner, G Aldosary

SAM Imaging Educational Course Imaging Disparities Moderators: A Rubinstein, P Svolos Speakers: S Einstein, R Selwyn, A DeSimone, O Peart

Imaging Scientific Symposium Radiation plus Ultrasound: from Imaging to Therapy Moderator: L Xiang Speakers: S Patch, S Malliddi, P Song, L Xiang

SAM Therapy Educational Course Integrating Omics in the Era of AI for Better Patient Specific Outcomes Moderator: I El Naqa Speakers: I El Naqa, S Mattonen, L Wei, S Cui, R Ger

SAM Therapy Scientific Symposium Radiotherapy and the Immune System Moderators: P Tran, M Scarpelli Speakers: C Guha, J Schoenfeld, A Mansoor

AAPM NIGHT OUT | Smithsonian American Art Museum

SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium Medical Physics in Clinical Trials: Design, Quality Assurance, and NIH Programs Moderator: Y Xiao Speakers: B Vikram, L Shankar, J Capala, K Kandarpa, S Benedict, C Glide-Hurst, Y Xiao

SAM Specialty Program Radiobiology Issues Regarding Theranostic Radiopharmaceuticals Moderator: J O’Donoghue Speakers: J O'Donoghue, R Hernandez, M Cremonesi, Z Morris


PROGRAM AT A GL ANCE | WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 

Imaging Education

Professional

Imaging Scientific

Specialty Program

Therapy Education

Exhibit Hall

Therapy Scientific

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

President's Sessions of Note

9:00 am–2:00 pm

EXHIBIT HALL HOURS

9:30 am–11:00 am 12:15–1:45 pm

BREAKS Coffee Break & Visit the Vendors Lunch Break & Visit the Technical Exhibits ePosters and Exhibits close at 2:00 PM INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION Forums 1 – 9 Imaging | Multi-Disciplinary | Therapy VISIT THE VENDORS Technical Exhibits Area

10:15 am–12:15 pm

SAM EDUCATIONAL TOPIC-SPECIFIC GUIDED TOURS — THERAPY Independent Dose Verification Solutions Moderators: J Scotto, K Bittinger Speakers: J Scotto, K Bittinger, S Holmes, E Jhala, R Sharma Room 209A Limited Capacity: First Come, First Served SAM EDUCATIONAL TOPIC-SPECIFIC GUIDED TOURS — IMAGING Imaging Workflows Solutions Moderators: E. Diller, C. Burton Speakers: E. Diller, K. Forgione, A. Good, P. Pyers, B. MacDougall Room 209B Limited Capacity: First Come, First Served

1:00 pm–1:30 pm

7:30– 8:30 am

EXHIBIT HALL ACTIVITIES

9:30 am–11:00 am

A

VENDOR SHOWCASE MIM Software, Inc. — Practical Applications of MIM SureCalc® MonteCarlo for Adaptive Assessment and Plan Second Check Innovation Room 2

ROOM 206

ROOM 207

ROOM 201

BALLROOM C

BALLROOM A

BALLROOM B | STREAMING

ROOM 202

SAM Professional Symposium

SAM Imaging Educational

Imaging Scientific Session

SAM Therapy Educational Course

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session

Effective Communication About Radiation Dose and Radiation-

Course ACR Updates including the new

Advances in MRI Image Formation

Artificial Intelligence for QA Moderator: K Hasse

Symposium WMIS/AAPM Joint Symposium on

In vivo Imaging and Dosimetry for Monitoring Therapy

Induced Risks for Pediatric Patients

Stereotactic Breast Biopsy QC Manual

Moderators: T Andrews, M Lipford

Speakers: K Hasse, A Witztum, S Luk, C Guthier

Theranostics Moderator: J Hazle

Moderators: P Keall, A Perez-Andujar

Moderators: D Zhang, D Brown

Moderator: D Gress

Speakers: T Atwood, L States F Fahey, A LaBella

Speakers: D Gress, I Barreto, P Butler, O Mawlawi, W Geiser, M Mahesh

SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium From Pre-Clinical To Vet-Clinical Imaging and Therapy: Pathways to Clinical Translation Moderators: K Wang, P Basran Speakers: K Wang, J Wong, P Basran, D Leary, K Selting Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Emerging Applications of Imaging in Therapy Moderators: B Winey, C Lin

SAM Therapy Educational Course Clinical Implementation of AIbased Auto-Segmentation Moderator: K Kisling Speakers: J Yang, G Sharp, S Elguindi

B 8:30– 9:30 am

C 9:30–

10:15– 11:15 am

Imaging Scientific Session MRI Image Analysis and Quantitative Applications Moderators: Q Yuan, N Yanasak

Professional Symposium Surviving Change in the Reimbursement Environment Moderators: M Ferenci, A Wexler Speakers: B Sintay, C Mantz, W Fuss

SAM Imaging Educational

SAM Imaging Scientific

Course Dual Energy CT — Clinical Implementations and Remaining Challenges Moderators: X Duan, R Layman

Symposium SIIM-AAPM Joint Symposium: Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging Moderators: J Siewerdsen,

Speakers: X Duan, M Jacobsen, T Fleiter

P Nagy Speakers: P Nagy, S Armato, L Ren, E Krupinski

E 11:15 am– 12:15 pm

F 1:45– 2:45 pm

G 2:45– 3:45 pm

Speakers: M Cremonesi, B Bednarz, P Choyke

Therapy Scientific Session FLASH Radiotherapy — Radiobiology, Treatment Planning and Dosimetry - I Moderators: A Sawant, A Yu

SAM Imaging Educational Course Gonadal & Fetal Shielding Updates Moderator: R Millman

SAM Imaging Educational Course Fundamentals of PhotonCounting CT Moderator: X Tang

Speakers: J Elee, Y Thakur, Q Moore, R Milman

Speakers: J Maltz, K Rajendran, X Tang

Therapy Scientific Session Advanced Preclinical and Clinical RT Strategies and Techniques Moderators: J Slagowski, M Kim

Imaging Scientific Session Advances in Photon-Counting Imaging Moderators: M Bostani, A Wang

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Imaging for Particle Therapy Moderators: L Dong, J Dougherty

H 4:30– 6:00 pm

6:15–7:30 pm

SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium The Developing Role of Medical Physics and Imaging in Digital Pathology Moderator: K Brock Speakers: A Ward, A Contreras, K Brock, M Yaffe

SAM Imaging Educational Course Ultrasound Performance Assessment and Quality Control Moderator: Z Lu Speakers: Z Long, J Fowlkes, I Rosado-Mendez, T Liu, S Dekker

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SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium Machine Intelligence in Imaging for Treatment Response Assessment and Prediction: Implications for Adaptive Radiation Therapy Moderator: W Yang Speakers: J Wang, S Mattonen, W Yang

Therapy Scientific Session FLASH – Platforms and

SAM Therapy Educational Course Eliminating Health Disparities in

Specialty Program MPPG14a Yttrium-90 Microsphere

Instrumentation Moderators: M Bazalova-Carter, M Ashraf

Clinical Trials: How can Physicists Contribute? Moderators: K Paradis, E Covington Speakers: C Chapman, P Taylor,

Treatments Workshop: Recommendations and Implementation Experience Moderator: N Busse Speakers: N Busse, R Hobbs,

H Whitney, Z Iqbal

M Jafari, D Alvarez

SAM Therapy Scientific Symposium Outcome-driven and Riskadapted Personalized Treatment Planning Moderator: A Modiri Speakers: L Specht, M Thor, A Modiri

Therapy Scientific Session Novel Radiotherapy Technologies and Techniques Moderators: K Sheng, H Kang

SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium Advances in Image-Guided RT: Towards Real-Time and Biological Adaptation Moderator: C Coolens Speakers: T Stanescu, B Cai, C Coolens, C Grassberger

SAM Therapy Educational Course Enhancing a Physicist's Role in Radiation Therapy Treatment Plan

SAM Professional Symposium Ethics and AI in Radiology and Radiation Oncology

SAM Therapy Scientific Symposium Biologically Weighted Robust

Assessment Moderators: L Olsen, S Parker Speakers: D Jacqmin, M Kim, S Parker, B Juneja, G Kim, L Rankine

Moderators: A Riegel, J St-Aubin Speakers: K Osterman, D Zheng, M Hyun, S Langer

Planning of Proton Therapy: Knowledge Gaps, Controversies and Solutions Moderators: W Liu, R Schulte Speakers: W Liu, R Schulte, R Mohan, K Parodi, A McNamara

radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians and medical physicists.

Specialty Program Scientific Session Radioactive Microspheres and Nanoparticles Moderators: D Alvarez, J Schuemann

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Machine Intelligence for Treatment Planning and Segmentation Moderators: M Chan, C Bojechko

SAM Therapy Educational Course Building a Better Safety Net Moderators: E Ford, S Evans Speakers: J Meyer, Y Rong, M Wells, S Evans

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science, and professions of radiological care. ACR

American Institute of Physics

Booth: 7027

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3:45 – 4:30 REFRESHMENT BREAK | Level 3 Professional Symposium Medical Physics and the Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics: The Evolving World of Publishing Moderators: M Mills, J Boone Speakers: M Mills, J Boone, S Benedict, S Hedrick

Booth: 7025

Dustin A. Gress, MS, DABR, DABSNM

The American College of Radiology® (ACR®) is a

INTERACTIVE ePOSTER DISCUSSION | Imaging • Multi-Disciplinary • Therapy | Forums in the Exhibit Hall VISIT THE VENDORS | Technical Exhibits Area

11:00 am

D

American College of Radiology

SAM Therapy Scientific Symposium AI-Empowered Clinical Decision Support for Personalized Radiation Therapy Moderator: J Deng Speakers: C Shen, X Qi, Q Wu, J Deasy, J Deng

SAM Imaging Scientific Symposium Photon-counting CT: Image Quality Optimization, Novel Algorithms, and Emerging Clinical Applications Moderator: X Tang Speakers: K Taguchi, X Pan, L Yu, A Wang

SAM Therapy Educational Course Cardiac Radioablation: Expanding Access Across Many Centers via Outreach and Collaboration Moderator: N Knutson Speakers: N Knutson, G Hugo, A Weiner

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ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING | TOWN HALL MEETING | AAPM BOARD OF DIRECTOR MEMBERS | Ballroom B

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PROGRAM AT A GL ANCE | THURSDAY, JULY 14

Booth: 5017

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Imaging Education

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Professional

Imaging Scientific

Specialty Program

Therapy Education

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Therapy Scientific

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

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President's Sessions of Note

A 7:30– 8:30 am

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B 8:30– 9:30 am

and make them as stress-free as possible. At Aktina,

ROOM 206

ROOM 207

ROOM 201

BALLROOM C

BALLROOM A

BALLROOM B | STREAMING

ROOM 202

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

Imaging Scientific Session

SAM Imaging Scientific

Therapy Educational Course

SAM Therapy Scientific

SAM Professional Symposium

Therapy Scientific Session

Session Advances in Anatomic and

Multimodality, Optical, and Emerging Technologies

Symposium New Technologies in Breast

Automated Planning: What Do Physicians Want?

Symposium Don't Miss a Beat: Addressing

Contingency Planning: Can You Handle a Ransomware Attack?

FLASH Radiotherapy — Radiobiology, Treatment

Functional Image-guided Radiotherapy

Moderators: T Reynolds, S Molloi

Imaging Moderator: A Sisniega

Moderator: E Schreibmann Speakers: K Moore, L Court,

Cardiotoxicity in Cancer Therapies

Moderator: R Siochi Speakers: T Ma, R Siochi,

Planning and Dosimetry - II Moderators: M McEwen, R Zhang

Moderators: Y Vinogradskiy,

Speakers: S Shakeri, W Zhao,

N Kovalchuk, M Schmidt

Moderato: C Glide-Hurst

J Donaghue, M Tallhamer

E Vicente

A Sisniega, M Yaffe

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session MR- and CT-Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy

Imaging Scientific Session CAD, Radiomics, and Quantitative Applications of X-Ray Imaging and CT

Moderators: Y Cao, A McNiven

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SAM Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Symposium

Medical Physics Practice with Surgeons, Entrepreneurs, and Bankers Moderators: D Wu, P Patel Speakers: D Wu, F Bova,

Assessment of Deep-Learning Technologies in Medical Imaging: From Imaging Science to Clinical Practice Moderators: H Li

Tomosynthesis Moderators: K Hulme, K Wunderle

Multi-Scale Modeling in Imaging and Therapy Moderators: W Zbijewski, J Schuemann Speakers: A Badal, X Jia,

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Therapy Scientific Session Clinical Dosimetry, Calibration, Shielding Moderators: P Taylor, A Lalonde

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comfort with breakthrough LINAC rotation accuracy non-SRS localization and patient immobilization

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SAM Therapy Educational Course State of the Art of Adaptive Radiotherapy Moderator: L Cervino Speakers: R Mak, R Kashani, K Mittauer, B Han

SAM Joint Imaging|Therapy Educational Course Bridging Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy: A Pediatric Focus

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Imaging Data Science for Treatment Assessment Moderators: M Matuszak,

Moderators: C Hua, S Brady Speakers: C Hua, S Brady, J Uh,

G Hugo

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S Abbasinejad Enger, A McNamara Imaging Scientific Session Performance Assessment and Clinical Implementation of Photon-Counting CT Moderators: L Yu, X Li

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Personalized Treatment via Outcome Modeling Moderators: J Deasy, J Pursley

Therapy Scientific Session Radiobiology of Particle Therapy Moderators: J Eley, K Jiang

The American Board of Medical Physics was established in 1987, with the mission of certifying medical physicists in traditional and non-traditional

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SAM Imaging Educational Course Radiography & Fluoroscopy Task Group Updates Moderator: K Hulme Speakers: K Hulme, P Lin,

Imaging Scientific Session New Technologies in CBCT Moderators: G Gang, J Boone

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session Machine Intelligence in Image Processing and Motion Correction I Moderators: S Jiang, A Sisniega

SAM Therapy Educational Course Modern Single Room Proton Therapy Installations: Challenges and Opportunities for the Medical Physicist Moderator: S St. James Speakers: A Paxton, Y Lin, M Bussiere

SAM Specialty Program Novel Interventional Procedures Involving Microspheres Moderator: W Dezarn Speakers: M Lam, S Manupipatpong, W Erwin, S Abbasinejad Enger

SAM Therapy Educational Course Clinical Implementation of Spatially Fractionated Radiotherapy (SFRT) Moderator: H Li Speakers: H Li, D Owen, J Kavanaugh, D Pokhrel

Imaging Scientific Session

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific Session

SAM Therapy Educational Course

SAM Specialty Program

SAM Therapy Educational Course

Dual Energy Radiography, CT and CBCT Moderators: J Miller, W Zbijewski

Machine Intelligence in Image Processing and Motion Correction II Moderators: X Yang, L Cervino

Proton Therapy in Clinical Trials Moderator: S Flampouri Speakers: S Gulliford, S Flampouri

Novel Interventions and Focused Cancer Radiation Therapy Moderator: A Bao Speakers: A Bao, J Humm, S Graves

Safety and Quality Improvements in Brachytherapy Moderator: W Feng Speakers: Z Shen, J Zhou, M Rivard

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SAM Professional Symposium Multidisciplinary Teamwork: Skills Required Success Moderator: W Luo Speakers: C Ma, L Marks, A Cetnar, P Sandwall

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General ePoster Discussions (authors in attendance) Best in Physics Sunday 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Blue Ribbon Sunday Monday – Tuesday

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Best Medical International & TeamBest Global

Booth: 4024, 4030, 4036, 5025, 5031, 5037

Manny Subramanian 7643 Fullerton Rd. Springfield, VA 22153 Phone: 703-451-2378 www.teambest.com/ info@teambest.com The TeamBest family of companies has been proudly developing, manufacturing, and delivering reliable medical equipment and supplies for more than 40 years. TeamBest includes over a dozen companies offering complementary products and services for brachytherapy, health physics, radiation oncology, blood irradiation, vascular therapy, imaging, and medical particle acceleration. TeamBest is the single source for an expansive line of life saving medical equipment and supplies. Brainlab

Booth: 1082

C-RAD

Booth: 2012

Ivan Astralaga Sjukhusvägen 12K Uppsala, SE-753 09 Sweden Phone 813-447-1945 www.c-rad.com ivan.astralaga@c-rad.com C-RAD. Inspiring excellence in cancer treatment. C-RAD develops surface-guided imaging solutions

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for radiation therapy to allow highly accurate dose delivery to the tumor, and at the same time, to protect healthy tissue from unwanted exposure. Using high-speed 3D cameras combined with augmented reality, C-RAD supports the initial patient setup process and monitors the patient's motion during treatment to ensure high confidence, an efficient workflow, and improved accuracy. C4 Imaging

Booth: 1053

Jesse Nieto 6575 West Loop South, Ste. 500 Bellaire, TX 77401 Phone: 832-673-7271 www.c4imaging.com Jnieto@c4imaging.com Sirius® used to facilitate seed localization via MRI during the treatment of prostate cancer with low dose rate (LDR) radioactive seeds Orion™ used to determine the position of high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy treatment catheters via MRI when planning treatment for multiple cancer types Nova™ Multimodality Fiducial marker with positive signal MR visibility. Carina Medical LLC

Booth: 16

145 Graham Ave. Lexington, KY 40506 Phone: 434-284-1073 Fax: 855-615-2856 www.carinaai.com xfeng@carinaai.com Carina Medical develops INTContour, an AI-based automatic contouring product that covers more than 60 OARs of all anatomical body parts. Based on award-winning algorithms, the segmentation performance is independently validated in multiple academic institutions with high accuracy and robustness. The adoption of this AI contouring product can significantly accelerate clinical workflow of radiation treatment planning.

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CIVCO Radiotherapy

Booth: 4076

Shelli Locklear 1401 8th St. SE Orange City, IA 51041-7463 Phone: 319-626-6619 www.CivcoRT.com Shelli.Locklear@CivcoRT.com CIVCO Radiotherapy will celebrate 40 years of experience developing, manufacturing, and providing high-quality, innovative, patient-centric radiotherapy solutions in 2022. These solutions include advanced patient immobilization and positioning hardware and consumables, fiducial markers, couchtops and overlays, software, patient care products and advanced 6DOF robotic patient positioning. Corporate information is available at www.CivcoRT.com. Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors

Booth: 7036

Ruth McBurney 112 East Main St., Ste. 1 Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-2314 Phone: 1-502-227-4543 Fax: 1-502-227-7862 www.crcpd.org rmcburney@crcpd.org The Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors, Inc. (CRCPD) is a nonprofit, nongovernmental professional organization that promotes consistency in resolving radiation protection issues, high standards of quality in radiation protection programs and leadership in radiation safety and education. Most of the members of CRCPD are directors and staff of the state, local, and territorial radiation control agencies in the US, but others with an interest in radiation protection may also join.

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DeepVoxel, Inc.

Booth:4084

Jerry Liu 22 Talisman Irvine, CA 92620 Phone: 1-858-281-8029 Fax: 1-858-281-8029 www.deep-voxel.com/ jerry@deep-voxel.com Deepvoxel Inc. is a southern California based technology startup dedicated to developing AI and machine learning solutions to challenging problems in healthcare. We work closely with leading healthcare institutions around the world to provide applications that improve the quality of care and deliver solutions to a variety of problems. Diagnomatic/Pro-Project

Booth: 6037

Patrick Pyers 8400 W Sunset Rd., Ste. 300 Las Vegas, NV 89113 Phone: 860-799-0526 www.Diagnomatic.com patrick.pyers@Diagnomatic.com Diagnomatic combines the power of cloud computing with the scalability and flexibility of our compatible test devices (phantoms) in a wide range of modalities. Diagnomatic/Pro-Project was established in 1991. Many years of experience in Quality Assurance and Quality Control in industrial and medical imaging as well as radiotherapy equipment helped us develop and manufacture a wide range of quality assurance devices (phantoms) along with supporting applications and services. www.Diagnomatic.com DoseOptics, LLC

Booth: 1018

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Elekta, Inc.

Booth: 4014

Laurie Mehlman 400 Perimeter Center Ter., Ste. 50 Atlanta, GA 30346 Phone: 404-217-5533 Laurie.Mehlman@elekta.com As a leader in precision radiation therapy, Elekta is committed to ensuring every patient has access to the best cancer care possible. We openly collaborate with customers to advance sustainable, outcome-driven and cost-efficient solutions to meet evolving patient needs, improve lives and bring hope to everyone dealing with cancer. Elekta is headquartered in Stockholm, with offices in more than 120 countries and listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. Learn more at elekta.com or follow @Elekta on Twitter. Focused Ultrasound Foundation

Booth: 7040

Matt Eames 1230 Cedars Court, Ste. 206 Charlottesville, VA 22903 Phone: 434-220-4993 Fax: 434-220-4978 www.fusfoundation.org/ info@fusfoundation.org The Focused Ultrasound Foundation was created to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide by accelerating the development of focused ultrasound, an early-stage noninvasive therapeutic technology with the potential to transform the treatment of many medical disorders. The Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that focused ultrasound finds its place as a mainstream therapy within years, not decades, and works to fund research, foster collaboration, and build awareness.

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Fuse Oncology, Inc

Booth: 6008

John Strider 1854 Banking St. Greensboro, NC 27408 Phone: 336-953-5676 www.fuseonc.com info@fuseonc.com Fuse Oncology delivers SaaS solutions that break down healthcare workflow & data silos to create a seamless experience for clinicians in radiation oncology. By placing the broader electronic medical record system at the center of the architecture, Fuse eliminates duplicative and inefficient efforts to enable a future where oncology care moves at the speed of patients GE Healthcare

Booth: 2036

Anna Flahaven – Solutions Marketing Manager 9900 Innovation Dr. Wauwatosa, WI 53226 www.gehealthcare.com/ anna.flahaven@ge.com As a leading global medical technology, pharmaceutical diagnostics and digital solutions innovator, GE Healthcare enables clinicians to make faster, more informed decisions through intelligent devices, data analytics, applications, and services. GT Medical Technologies, Inc.

Booth: 6052

Adam Turner, PhD, DABR 1809 S Holbrook Ln., Ste. 107 Tempe, AZ 85281 Phone: 833-662-0044 www.gtmedtech.com/ customerservice@gtmedtech.com GammaTile is a Surgically Targeted Radiation Therapy (STaRT) for brain tumors that can improve patient outcomes with minimal complications, reduced patient burden, and assured compliance. Implanted at the time of tumor resection surgery, GammaTile immediately begins delivering a therapeutic dose of radiation to the area most at risk for recurrence. Designed with 4 Cs-131 seeds

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uniformly embedded in a bioresorbable collagen tile, GammaTile ensures an even radiation dose distribution. IBA Dosimetry

Booth: 5059

Bill Tom 470 Springpark Pl., Ste. 700 Herndon, VA 20170 Phone: 201-286-7054 www.iba-dosimetry.com/ bill.tom@iba-group.com Innovative & independent QA to maximize patient safety. IBA Dosimetry develops meaningful and innovative solutions that give medical physicists the accurate and reliable quality assurance results they need. Today, more than ever, we proudly leverage our independent, scientific background for a deeply human, life-driven mission: protect, enhance, and save lives. Image Owl, Inc.

Booth: 3032

Jeffrey Catinella 2727 State Rt. 29 Greenwich, NY 12834 www.imageowl.com jdcatinella@imageowl.com Image Owl created TotalQA, the first cloud-based and vendor neutral QA Management System for radiotherapy. TotalQA aggregates your machine QA data into a single, seamless database that provides you with deep insights into your QA data without the need for expensive and cumbersome IT infrastructure. A powerful and cost-effective management solution for all radiotherapy sites. From small organizations to large, enterprise level facilities, TotalQA turns the complex to complete.

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IOMP

Booth: 7041

Sally Hawking Fairmount House 230 Tadcaster Rd. York, North Yorkshire YO24 1ES United Kingdom Phone: +44 1904-610821 Fax: +44 1904-612279 www.iomp.org sally@ipem.ac.uk The International Organisation for Medical Physics (IOMP) represents over 27,000 medical physicists worldwide and 87 adhering national member organisations and 6 regional organisations. The mission of IOMP is to advance medical physics practice worldwide by disseminating scientific and technical information, fostering the educational and professional development of medical physicists, and promoting the highest quality medical services for patients. IOMP is a society of societies. iRT Systems GmbH

Booth: 1043

Will Roestel Schlossstr. 1 Koblenz, 56068 Germany Phone: 314-368-0623 www.i-rt.de wroestel@i-rt.de iRT was founded to introduce the Integral Quality Monitor (IQM) System to the Radiation Therapy community. IQM represents a paradigm shift in Radiation Therapy verification: integrated, fully automated, real-time verification of all complex treatment techniques. Today, IQM is the most powerful verification system available on the market. Patient treatment has never been safer. Treatment verification has never been easier.

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IsoAid, LLC

Booth: 2029

IsoRay

Booth: 5011

Brian Berry 350 Hills St., Ste. 106 Richland, WA 99354 Phone: 512-492-5246 www.isoray.com bberry@isoray.com Modern Brachytherapy Starts Here. K & S Associates, Inc.

Booth: 2032

Judy Robinson, Peter Gordon 1926 Elm Tree Dr. Nashville, TN 37210 Phone: 615-883-9760 Fax: 615-871-0856 www.kslab.com jrobinson@kslab.com; pgordon@kslab.com K&S Associates is a medical physics organization and laboratory offering accredited calibrations and onsite support. K&S is accredited by the AAPM and A2LA offering Radiation Therapy Calibrations (Ion Chambers and Electrometers), Brachytherapy Calibrations (Well Chambers), Diagnostic Equipment Calibrations (Multi-Meters, Fluke Unfors Systems), kVp Meters, Survey Instruments, Light Meters, plus TLD services. K&S also has Staff Physicists and Dosimetrists who can provide on-site clinical support. Klarity

Booth: 1033

Eliza Larson 600 Industrial Pkwy. Heath, OH 43056 Phone: 740-788-8107 x214 Fax: 740-788-8109 www.klaritymedical.com Sales@klaritymedical.com Klarity works to improve the daily lives of patients, therapists, and physicists by providing the most efficient and effective tools for patient positioning. From masks and ovens to Klarity Cushions™, the BiteLok® and beyond, we offer a complete array of modern equipment and products for positioning

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accuracy. Klarity: Better products for better care. of modern equipment and products for positioning accuracy. Klarity: Better products for better care. Kyoto Kagaku America, Inc

Booth: 4086

LANDAUER & RaySafe

Booth: 5085

Edna Johnson 2 Science Rd. Glenwood, IL 60425 Phone: 708-879-0083 www.landauer.com/ ejohnson@landauer.com LANDAUER and RaySafe are proud to bring you solutions to make your work easier and compliant. Talk to our team about the unique microSTAR®ii medical OSL dosimetry system for QA verification, RaySafe 452 radiation survey meters, LANDAUER OPTIMIZE™ dose optimization with personal data assessments, remote and onsite therapy services and commissioning while visiting our booth. Find out about the LANDAUER Special Services for medical imaging radiation and medical oncology. Visit landauer.com today. LAP of America Laser Applications LLC

Booth Number: 2056

Drew Bullock 161 Commerce Rd. #3 Boynton Beach, FL 33426 www.lap-laser.com Drew.Bullock@lifelinesoftware.com LAP leads the market in laser systems for patient alignment in radiation therapy. Furthermore, we develop sophisticated phantoms and intelligent software for the widest range of QA tasks for precise, simple, fast and reliable testing. With RadCalc we provide vendor independent secondary dose calculations for unbiased quality assurance throughout the patient's course of treatment. All in a single easy-to-use software platform.

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Limbus AI

Booth Number: 7011 6012

Romel Canlas 2076 Athol St. Regina, S4T3E5 Canada Phone: 604-209-2114 www.limbus.ai info@limbus.ai Limbus AI offers high quality AI automatic contouring solutions with expert level accuracy, installed locally on existing workstations. The Limbus Contour platform is fast, automated, turnkey and secure. Fully validated and backed by comprehensive research, our CT and MRI models are robust and consistent. The lightweight design results in seamless integration into any clinical workflow. Save time and use on your own data today! LinaTech, LLC

Booth: 2085

Ludlum Measurements, Inc.

Booth: 2033

Allan Hartfield 501 Oak St. P.O. Box 810 Sweetwater, TX 79556 Phone: 325-235-5494 Fax: 325-235-4672 www.ludlums.com sales@ludlums.com Ludlum Measurements, Inc. has been designing, manufacturing, and supplying radiation detection and measurement equipment in response to the world's need for greater safety since 1962. Throughout the past 60 years, Ludlum has developed radiation detection technologies and instruments in support of enhancing the safety of personnel and the environment. Manteia Technologies LTD. Sherwin Yuan 1225 Discovery Pkwy., Ste. 260 Milwaukee, WI 53226 www.manteiatech.com yuanxingwen@manteiatech.com

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Manteia Technologies is committed to innovating radiotherapy treatment through intensive research in artificial intelligence, big data, and other advanced technologies, aiming to bring Adaptive RT solutions into clinical practice. Our products include AccuContour®️ for auto-segmentation and images processing and analysis, AccuLearning™ for AI model training, and Online ART TPS™ for online adaptive treatment planning based on CBCT/MR daily images. Medical Imaging Data Resource Center (MIDRC)

Booth: 1085

Emily Townley 1631 Prince St. Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: 202-446-6824 www.midrc.org emily@aapm.org The American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), and the American College of Radiology® (ACR®) have jointly developed the Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center (MIDRC) for the rapid and flexible collection, artificial intelligence analysis, and dissemination of imaging and associated metadata. MIDRC, currently collecting COVID-19 medical imaging, is funded by NIBIB/NIH and hosted at the University of Chicago Gen3 data commons. Medical Physics for World Benefit (MPWB)

Booth: 7043

Nancy Barrett 300 March Rd., Ste. 202 Kanata, Ontario, K2K 2E2 Canada Phone: 613 595-1156 www.mpwb.org medphyswb@gmail.com Medical Physics for World Benefit (MPWB) is a member-based charitable organization which promotes safe and effective applications of physics in medicine in low and middle income countries. Formed in 2015, MPWB supports training

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and mentoring through partnerships with medical physicists around the world. MPWB is helping to establish training programs, provides webinars, and provides support for attendance of medical physicists from low-income countries at international conferences. Medical Physics Publishing

Booth: 7021

Bobbett Shaub 4555 Helgesen Dr. Madison, WI 53718 Phone: 800-442-5778 Fax: 608-226-5016 www.medicalphysics.org bobbett@medicalphysics.org Medical Physics Publishing (MPP) is a not-for-profit publishing organization. Since 1985 we have been dedicated to serving the medical physics and academic communities worldwide. MPP is the publishing home of the most dedicated and knowledgeable authors in our field. Supporting their efforts is important for improving education and expanding knowledge in medical physics. We are proud to be the publisher and distributor of the AAPM Summer School Monographs. Medscint

Booth: 1

François Therriault-Proulx 1405 Parc-Technologique Quebec, G1P4P5 Canada Phone: 1-888-901-6521 www.medscint.com info@medscint.com We help medical physicists deploy modern radiation therapy techniques by providing a new generation of versatile optical dosimetry solutions. Our patented HYPERSCINT real-time point dose measurement detectors set the standard for dosimetry accuracy in demanding QA applications such as Flash RT, MR-Linac and small fields. Today, users in the United States, Canada and Europe have embraced Medscint solutions to push the boundaries of medical physics research, and ultimately improve cancer care.

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MIM Software, Inc.

Booth: 5067

Kyle Ostergren 25800 Science Pk. Dr., Ste. 180 Cleveland, OH 44122 Phone: 216-455-0603 www.mimsoftware.com/ kostergren@mimsoftware.com MIM Software Inc. provides indispensable software that standardizes clinical workflows in Radiation Oncology and helps manage and fully leverage the increasing volume and variety of medical imaging required for improved treatment planning. MIM SureCalc® MonteCarlo automates dose calculation for plan second check and adaptive planning. MIM Harmony™ is a dedicated solution for peer learning, plan evaluation, and practice improvement. Mirada Medical

Booth: 1051

Greg Janik 1630 Welton St., Ste. 927 Denver, CO 80202 Phone: 877-872-2617 www.mirada-medical.com Greg.Janik@mirada-medical.com Mirada Medical’s advanced AI-based applications help healthcare professionals use medical images more effectively and efficiently to improve cancer care. Mirada’s products are used across diagnostic radiology, molecular imaging, radiation oncology, medical oncology, tumor board, and elsewhere. Modus Medical Devices, Inc.

Booth: 2090

Raymond Dykstra Dawn Hepburn 1570 N Routledge Prk. Ontario N6H 5L6 Canada Phone: 519-438-2409 Fax: 519-643-0127 www.modusqa.com rdykstra@modusqa.com For over 20 years, Modus QA has been at the forefront of quality assurance in the field of advanced radiotherapy and medical imaging. We

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have earned the trust of the world’s leading medical physicists by creating phantoms and software that help them fulfill their responsibilities with the utmost confidence. Founded in science and committed to collaboration, as treatment and imaging options continue to evolve, we continue to innovate — enabling accuracy when it matters most. NavAxis, LLC

Booth: 10

John T. McKenna 375 S. End Ave. #35C New York, NY 10280 Phone: 1-332-333-4707 www.navphan.com info@navphan.com NavAxis is the producer of the patented NavPhan SRS QA phantom. The NavPhan’s design and simple, clearly-defined workflows take the guess-work out of SIMT SRS commissioning and PSQA. It is optimized for flexibility, efficiency, interpretability, and accuracy. Its novel design enables clinically-relevant, truecomposite PSQA and E2E testing for SIMT SRS programs. The NavPhan is an all-in-one, SRS QA device that provides clear, actionable insights and is an invaluable tool for any SRS program. NELCO

Booth: 5013

Cliff Miller 2 Burlington Woods Dr., Ste. 300 Burlington, MA 01803-0180 Phone: 781-933-1940 www.nelcoworldwide.com marketing@nelcoworldwide.com NELCO is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and construction of radiation shielding products and facilities for radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging. NELCO’s 90 year dedication to customer service, quality, and innovative products has resulted in over 4000 radiation therapy doors installed worldwide and over 5000 customers. Nuclear Shielding Supplies & Service

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Booth: 3034


ONCOSPACE, Inc.

Booth: 1034

Todd Deterding 1812 Ashland Ave., Ste. 100k Baltimore, MD 21205 www.oncospace.com todd.deterding@oncospace.com Oncospace mission is to optimize outcomes for patients through the active collection of shared expertise, responsible application of technologies, and fostering of collaborative relationships. We are a Baltimore based team of radiation oncology innovators.Our cloud first, SaaS delivered, AIpowered, data-driven solution enables clinicians to confidently predict an achievable plan, consistently promote best practice behavior, and seamlessly share peer-to-peer expertise. Orfit Industries America

Booth: 4092

James Shock 810 Ford Dr. Norfolk, VA 23523 Phone: 650-799-5593 www.orfit.com/radiation-oncology/ james.shock@orfit.com Orfit brings high precision and comfort to the positioning and immobilization of cancer patients in radiation therapy. A comprehensive family of systems are available for SRS, SBRT, supine/prone breast, pelvis/abdomen, extremities, Proton Therapy, MR and pediatric. Visit www.orfit.com to discover our products. PACSHealth, LLC

Booth:2035

Mike Battin 33755 N. Scottsdale Rd. #130 Scottsdale, AZ 85266 Phone: 949-233-8723 www.dosemonitor.com mike.battin@pacshealth.com DoseMonitor is an automated, enterprise-wise, vendor neutral patient radiation dose data collection, aggregation and reporting system. It identifies patients who may be at risk for ionizing

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radiation overexposure based on customerprovided thresholds and guidelines. Facilities can adapt to new technologies and meet evolving regulatory standards and operations compliance requirements. DoseMonitor features robust reporting, automatic alerting system, organ dose calculation, peak skin dose mapping. Phantom Laboratory, Inc.

Booth: 3028

Megan Stalter P.O. Box 511 Salem, NY 12865-0511 Phone: 518-692-1190 Fax: 518-692-3329 www.phantomlab.com info@phantomlab.com The Phantom Laboratory designs and manufactures high-precision phantoms for the medical imaging and radiation therapy fields. The newest offerings in our Magphan® family of phantoms address the growing use of MRI in radiotherapy. Our wide range of image quality phantoms are supported by the Smári service for automated phantom image analysis with sophisticated trending, machine comparison, and record management tools. Precision X-Ray, Inc.

Booth: 6010

Debra Peris 14 New Rd. Madison, CT 6443 Phone: 1-203-484-2011 Fax: 1-203-484-2012 www.precisionxray.com/ dperis@pxinc.com Headquartered in Madison, Connecticut, Precision is the largest global manufacturer of cabinet x-ray irradiation systems providing safe, reliable, and reproducible results. Since the turn of the century, we continue to provide thousands of partners around the world with products that lead technological innovation in commercial, agricultural, and academic irradiation treatment fields.

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Preferred Healthcare Staffing

Booth: 1039

Dawn Brown 4909 Murphy Canyon Rd., Ste. 310 San Diego, CA 92123-4301 Phone: 858-810-8625 www.MyPreferred.com Dawn@MyPreferred.com Established in 1994, we've earned our reputation for providing unparalleled personalized service. When you partner with Preferred, you get an ally working tirelessly by your side to ensure all your needs are met. Don’t just take our word for it, Preferred has won ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing in both Talent and Client Satisfaction for seven straight years, earning us the coveted diamond award in each category. We’d love to discuss your staffing needs, so contact us today! PTW North America Corporation

Booth: 5077

Raj Narayanan 6 Mars Ct., Unit 5 Boonton, NJ 7005 Phone: 917-648-3220 Fax: 973-404-1995 www.ptwdosimetry.com/en/ info.NA@ptwdosimetry.com PTW is a global market leader for dosimetry solutions focusing on four markets – radiation therapy, diagnostic radiology, metrology and radiation monitoring. For almost a century, our innovations and technologies have contributed significantly to advance patient safety in modern radiation medicine. The precision of our measurement technology is legendary and has built PTW’s reputation as a quality and technology leader in medical radiation measurement.

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Pymedix, Inc.

Booth: 2034

P.O. Box 8393 Northfield, IL 60093 Phone: 513-693-5845 www.pymedix.com hanearl.noh@pymedix.com Pymedix builds biologically-inspired AI for advanced, aware medical systems. Our first product, Autofuse, combines the most advanced one-click multimodality deformable image fusion and QA with the most user-friendly contouring tools to accelerate radiation treatment planning and increase cancer targeting accuracy and confidence. QAELUM

Booth: 4088

Sales Gaston Geenslaan 9 Leuven, 3001 Belgium Phone: +1 212-933-9475 www.qaelum.com/ sales@qaelum.com QAELUM is a technologically innovative company from Leuven, Belgium (subsidiary in NY, US). We are passionate about eradicating real-world issues that occur in the medical environment by providing solutions to improve healthcare quality worldwide. These solutions focus on patient radiation dose monitoring, clinical audits, breast cancer screening, and quality management.

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www.Qfix.com

Booth #5053

Qfix

Booth: 5053

Peter Pecorella 440 Church Rd. Avondale, PA 19311 Phone: 610-268-0585 Fax: 610-268-0588 www.Qfix.com Sales@Qfix.com Qfix is a global leader specializing in innovative positioning and immobilization solutions that are compatible with linear accelerators, proton therapy and a range of diagnostic imaging technologies. We are dedicated to helping radiation therapy professionals provide superior patient care using the world's finest devices to enhance patient outcomes. Qfix offers complete, innovative solutions for MR, kV and MV imaging and treatment. Quantivly

Booth: 9

Robert Macdougall 240 Elm St. Fl2 Somerville, MA 2144 www.quantivly.com bobby@quantivly.com Quantivly empowers radiology leaders to make smarter decisions. Radiology departments are in the dark ages of information, where decisions are based on gut feeling, not data. Quantivly, a spin-off from Boston Children’s Hospital, has built a middle layer technology that harmonizes radiology metadata and transforms it into Operational Intelligence (OI). Stop by our booth to discover how Quantivly

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provides medical physicists with data to improve quality, safety, and consistency of MRI imaging. RAD Technology Medical Systems

Booth: 6045

Kenneth Wright 20801 Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 403 Aventura, FL 33180 Phone: 305-898-2544 www.radtechnology.com info@radtechnology.com RAD provides complex, design-built modular facilities for the healthcare industry. Our customized, factoryfabricated solutions are completed up to 50% faster than standard construction, can be temporary, interim or permanent and include radiotherapy vaults and clinics, proton vaults and clinics, medical oncology facilities, surgical sterilization facilities and other specialty healthcare facilities. Short term rentals are available as are unique financing options that require no capital. Radcal Corporation

Booth: 1020

Sales Department 426 W Duarte Rd. Monrovia, CA 91016 Phone: 1-626-357-7921 Fax: 1-626-357-8863 www.radcal.com sales@radcal.com Radcal is a worldwide premier provider of diagnostic radiation test instruments measuring parameters such as Dose, Dose Rate, kV, HVL, Filtration, Exposure Time and much more. The Accu-Gold Touch Series measurement systems offer an easy and straightforward user experience supporting the most extensive line of sensors available. Optional wired and wireless computer interfaces allow users to access advanced capabilities such as automated Excel-based reporting and waveform analysis.

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Radformation

Booth: 3076

Elisabeth Van Wie 335 Madison Ave. 4th Fl. New York, NY 10017 Phone: 844-723-3675 www.radformation.com/ info@radformation.com Radformation’s suite of automation tools utilize intelligent automation to bring efficiency and accuracy to the treatment planning process— automating contouring, treatment planning, plan evaluation, secondary calculations, weekly physics checks, machine QA, and more. Thousands of clinics across the world rely on Radformation's solutions for increased quality, safety, and time-savings in all stages of their workflow. Be sure to ask us about our new products coming soon. Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc.

Booth: 4044

Emma Woodlock 5065 List Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80919-3321 Phone: 1-719-590-1077 #211 Fax: 1-719-590-1071 www.radimage.com Sales@radimage.com Radiological Imaging Technology provides medical physicists with an all-encompassing range of industry-leading QA software solutions, specifically engineered to ensure proper compliance with established protocols within the fields of therapeutic and diagnostic physics. RIT’s convenient packages

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include patient, machine, and imaging QA for linear accelerators (TG-142), comprehensive routines for TomoTherapy® (TG-148) & CyberKnife® (TG-135), and automated phantom analysis for diagnostic imaging. RaySearch Laboratories AB (Publ.)

Booth: 3040

Anna Ekholm Eugeniavägen 18 Box 3297 Stockholm, 17164 Sweden Phone: 467-083-22109 www.raysearchlabs.com anna.ekholm@raysearchlabs.com RaySearch is a medical technology company that develops innovative software solutions for improved cancer treatment. RaySearch markets RayStation®*, treatment planning system, RayCare®*, oncology information system, RayIntelligence, oncology analytics system and RayCommand, treatment control system. The software is used by 810 clinics in 42 countries. RaySearch was founded in 2000 as a spin-off from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. *Subject to regulatory clearance in some markets. RefleXion

Booth: 5093

Jamie Crawford 25841 Industrial Blvd., Ste. 275 Hayward, CA 94545 www.reflexion.com jcrawford@reflexion.com RefleXion is developing a biology-guided radiotherapy (BgRT)* machine that is the first to utilize the cancer’s biology itself to guide radiation delivery, even in tumors that are moving. RefleXion’s platform uses PET to manage motion and potentially diminish radiation toxicity, making it feasible to one day provide more options for patients with advanced stage cancer. *The RefleXion® X1 is approved for SBRT/SRT/IMRT. BgRT is pending regulatory review and is not commercially available.

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RTI Group North America

Booth: 5009

Amy Sollers 33 Jacksonville Rd., Bldg. 1 Towaco, NJ 7082 Phone: 973-265-0095 Fax: 973-758-0500 www.rtigroup.com sales.us@rtigroup.com RTI offers complete X-ray Quality Assurance solutions for fast and easy checks and unrivaled control. With our diagnostic X-ray imaging instruments, you always have the most reliable test and measurement equipment. Our quick check Piranha and Cobia meters, in combination with the powerful Ocean Next™ software, ensure complete quality control – fast, easy, and safe! S.E. International, Inc.

Booth:1037

Beth Cramer P.O. Box 39 Summertown, TN 38483 Phone: 931-964-3561 Fax: 931-964-3564 www.seintl.com beth@seintl.com S.E. International, Inc., manufacturer of the Radiation Alert® product line, offers handheld ionizing radiation detection instruments for surface and air contamination. Proven to be reliable for applications in the medical, laboratory, research, and educational field. Products are: Ranger, Ranger EXP, Monitor 200, Monitor 1000EC, Monitor 4, Monitor

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4EC, MC1K, Sentry USB, URSA II multi-channel analyzer, The Charger, Pen dosimeters, and our newest, the GammaView Scintillation Detector.

ScandiDos, Inc.

Booth:3036

Greg Biggs P.O. Box 930273 Verona, WI 53593-0273 Phone: 404-234-0382 www.delta4family.com greg.biggs@scandidos.com We are ScandiDos – an innovative forward-thinking company with groundbreaking software and hardware solutions for patient quality assurance in modern radiation therapy. We reinforce the confidence in radiotherapy clinics, using innovative solutions that further individualize the radiation treatment, making the process safe and efficient. We provide patient QA from prescription to final fraction. Standard Imaging, Inc.

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Booth: 5001


Faster, Easier, Hyper-Accurate Introducing SunSCAN™ 3D The Next-Generation Cylindrical Water Scanning System Request a demo in booth #4000

SunSCAN™ 3D is not available for sale in all markets. CE Mark pending.

Sun Nuclear Corporation

Booth:4000

Kerianne Houser 3275 Sun Tree Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32940-7508 Phone: +1 321-259-6862 x2481 Fax: +1 321-259-6862 x2481 www.sunnuclear.com keriannehouser@sunnuclear.com Sun Nuclear (Booth #4000) provides innovative, independent Quality Management solutions for Radiation Therapy and Diagnostic Imaging centers worldwide. CIRS, part of Sun Nuclear, extends Sun Nuclear’s offering with renowned tissue simulation technology, quantitative densitometry phantoms and simulators, and more. Sun Nuclear and CIRS are both part of the medical group within Mirion Technologies. Visit us: sunnuclear.com and cirsinc. com. Follow us: @sunnuclear. Theragenics Corporation

Booth: 3085

Lory Bradley 5203 Bristol Industrial Way Buford, GA 30518 Phone: 847-226-9688 www.theragenics.com bradleyl@theragenics.com An industry pioneer & leader, Theragenics Celebrates 40 Years of Forward Thinking in the global supply of LDR brachytherapy seeds for the treatment of prostate cancer, intra-ocular malignancies, and other tumor types with radiosensitivity. To learn more

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about our industry benchmark recognized sources, TheraSeed® Pd-103 & AgX100® I-125, please visit www.theragenics.com. TheraPanacea

Booth: 1036

Samia Achour 7 Bis Blvd. Bourdon Paris, 75004 France Phone: 068-399-8085 www.therapanacea.eu s.achour@therapanacea.eu TheraPanacea is a highly innovative information technology company devoted to unlocking the unlimited power of AI-based solutions to drive innovation in healthcare.Through our solutions ART-Plan™, we leverage state-of-the-art progress in artificial intelligence, data science & medical image processing for better radiotherapy experience. We help HCPs improve productivity, refine standardization to smooth clinical workflow & get better treatment outcomes for cancer patients. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Booth: 7042

Celimar Valentin-Rodriguez, U.S. NRC Medical Radiation Safety Team Leader 11555 Rockville Pike Rockville, Maryland 20852-2738 Phone: 301-415-7000 www.nrc.gov/materials/miau/med-use-toolkit.html Celimar.Valentin-Rodriguez@nrc.gov The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) oversees medical uses of nuclear material through licensing, inspection, and enforcement programs. NRC issues medical use licenses to medical facilities and authorized physician users, develops guidance and regulations for use by licensees, and maintains a committee of medical experts to obtain advice about the use of byproduct materials in medicine. University of Wisconsin - ADCL Louise DeWerd 1111 Highland Ave. B1002 WIMR

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Booth: 2050


Madison, WI 53705Phone: 608-265-9224 uwmrrc.wisc.edu ldewerd@wisc.edu The University of Wisconsin Accredited Dosimetry Calibration Lab (UWADCL), in the Department of Medical Physics, is a non-profit education and research-oriented service lab. Calibration services are available for almost any type of radiation measurement instrumentation in the medical or health physics community. UWADCL services are accredited by the AAPM and the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard. UT MD Anderson Cancer Center

Booth: 1026

Erika Shields-Carter 1515 Holcombe Blvd. Houston, TX 77030 Phone: 713-745-8989 Fax: 713-794-1364 www.rds.mdanderson.org/ adcl@manderson.org MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Section of Outreach Physics includes Radiation Dosimetry Services, the MDACC Accredited Dosimetry Calibration Laboratory and the MDACC Phantom Laboratory. We are a customer focused QA group that provides QA services ranging from radiation therapy beam dose monitoring to accredited NIST traceable ADCL calibrations to anthropomorphic phantom end to end planning and dose delivery verification. Please visit our booth to see how we can help meet your calibration/QA needs!

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We pioneer breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Booth #4062 Learn more at varian.com/intelligence Varian, A Siemens Healthineers Company

Booth: 4062

Jenna Poff 3100 Hansen Way Palo Alto, CA 94304-1038 Phone: 650-493-4000 www.varian.com VOSGlobalEvents@varian.com Imagine a world without fear of cancer. We do, every day. At Varian, a Siemens Healthineers company, we’re creating simpler, more efficient, more effective technologies to power new victories in cancer care. With unmatched oncology reach, we deliver comprehensive solutions for radiotherapy and radiosurgery, as well as software systems for planning treatments, managing clinics, sharing knowledge, coordinating care, and using data to deliver evidence-based medicine. ViewRay, Inc.

Booth: 5045

Samantha Pfeil 815 E. Middlefield Rd. Mountain View, CA 94043 Phone: 719-424-0010 www.viewray.com spfeil@viewray.com The MRIdian® MR-Guided Radiation Therapy System integrates diagnostic-quality MR imaging with radiation therapy delivery to enable on-table adaptive treatments with automatic beam gating. MRIdian supports the delivery of ablative radiation doses in five or fewer fractions, without markers resulting in lower toxicities in hard-to-treat cancers.

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Vision RT

Booth: 2000

Rachel Seguin 580 Howard Ave. Somerset, NJ 8873 www.visionrt.com/ rseguin@visionrt.com Vision RT is the inventor of Surface Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT), contact-free technology that uses 3D cameras and computer vision to help ensure radiation therapy is delivered safely to cancer patients. Our new Horizon camera is building the foundation of the future of SGRT.

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