AAPM 2023 Pocket Program

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1 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE & SESSIONS OF NOTE ..................................................... 2 LETTER FROM THE MAYOR OF HOUSTON ...... 6 PROGRAM INFORMATION Program Directory ............................................................... 7 New This Year ....................................................................... 7 Continuing Education ........................................................ 8 Meeting Platform ................................................................ 9 Invited Speaker Handouts .................................................. 9 Speaker Ready Room ........................................................ 9 ASSOCIATION SERVICES AAPM Headquarters Office ............................................. 11 Show Management Office .............................................. 11 AAPM Member Resources ............................................... 11 AAPM Career Services ..................................................... 11 AAPM Education & Research Fund E&R Fund Donors Lounge ................................................. 13 AAPM New Attendee Orientation .................................. 13 GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION Registration ........................................................................ 15 Exhibit Hall Hours ................................................................ 15 Internet Access.................................................................. 15 Connection Lounge ......................................................... 15 Charging Stations .............................................................. 15 Guest Welcome Center ................................................... 15 Lost and Found .................................................................. 16 Health and Wellness 16 First Aid, Local Pharmacy, Hospital/Clinic, Child Care, Friends of Bill W., Lactation Room, Reflection and Wellness Room General Events 19 Student and Trainee Events 20 ePosters 21 FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICES Convention Center Food Outlets 23 Exhibit Hall Lunch 23 Refreshment Breaks 26 SOCIAL PROGRAM Badge Scanning for Entry 27 AAPM CHAPTERS HISTORICAL POSTERS 29 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ............................................. 30 2023 EXHIBITORS GUIDE ......................................... 31 CONVENTION CENTER MAPS .............................. 38 PROGRAM-AT-A-GLANCE ...................Center Insert |

Dear colleagues and friends,

It is with excitement and anticipation that I welcome you to AAPM’s 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. Home to nearly 2 billion dollars in life science research and 10 million patient encounters annually, Houston is a city with world-class arts, dining, shopping, Space Center, and more. But more importantly, it is a city renowned to us for its medical physics scholarship and practice, and the host of our well-celebrated 50th anniversary meeting in 2008. The 2023 meeting is building upon this strong legacy and will make a new statement of its own. The theme of the conference is “The Art of Science, The Science of Care.” This theme reminds us of the privilege of being a medical physicist, a vocation rooted in ingenuity, imagination, and creativity (the art, if you will), which is then enacted within a field that is one of the highest embodiments of human intelligence (physics), and all that, then translated into a practice with direct benefit to human health. Isn’t that amazing? Ours is a high calling: the dignity of caring, and the opportunity to put our thoughts and hearts towards a higher purpose. And we do these as a community — collectively, thus the Annual Meeting.

The Presidential Symposium will include prominent artists and thought leaders, who will illuminate these topics followed by five days of world-class scientific, educational, and professional sessions that echo this theme. The technical exhibit has offerings of its own on the latest products and services, with unique opportunities for one-on-one connection with vendors. One thing the pandemic has taught us is the value of our community and cooperation. We are more and can do more when we are together. What makes AAPM special is us. Ideas without a community cannot really advance human welfare on their own. As a community, we all strive towards


the same goal — advancing human welfare. We are therefore better off when we are together. So, I am thrilled you are taking advantage of this opportunity that is being provided for you by your own peers. And now, let’s be together, shape our discipline together, and make new memories together!

Ehsan Samei 2023 President, AAPM


• Breast AI

• Radiogenomics and Artificial Intelligence for Personalized Medicine: Perspectives from a Biologist, Physicist and Physician

• Data Science Boot Camp - MR Data

• AI Automation in Segmentation

• Image Formation and Presentation GANs/ Transformer Networks

• Creating Vendor Relationships for Pediatric Fluoroscopy Guided Interventional (FGI) Applications

• The Emerging Role of Medical Physics in Surgery

• Read with Expert - ABD/GI

• The Physics, Physiology, Administration and Toxicity of Contrast Agents for Conspicuity Enhancement in CT: State-of-the-Art and Outlook

• Breast Cancer Diagnosis from Screening Mammography to Final Pathology

• Imaging and Therapy Solutions for Prostate Cancer

• Updates to MRI Safety Guidance for Varied Environments and Devices

• Read with Expert - Neuro

• Advanced MRI in Brain Tumors

• Cone Beam CT: Interventional and Specialty Applications


• PET/MR - Research Opportunities and Clinical Potential

• Photon Counting Detection: Theory, Practical Considerations, and Applications

• Advances in Imaging for Personalized Breast Cancer Treatment

• Quantum Computing in Medical Physics: Technology Basics and Opportunities for Clinical Impact

• Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: Innovations in Diagnostic Medical Physics Through Academic Industrial Partnerships

• Quantitative Imaging

• Advances in MRI Imaging: MR Relaxometry, FatWater Imaging

• Functional Lung Sparing Radiotherapy Clinical Trials: Outcomes and Future Concepts

• Next-Generation Optical Image-Guided Interventions in Radiation Oncology

• In Vivo Dosimetry and Image Guidance for FLASH Radiotherapy

• Interpretable Machine Intelligence in Multidimensional Omics

• Longitudinal Multimodality Imaging of Treatment Response: Data Dimensionality Challenges and Solutions

• Grant Funding Pathways for Clinical Medical Physicists

• Frontiers in 4D-MRI and Diffusion MRI for Adaptive Radiotherapy

• Session in Memory of Isaac Rosen, Ph.D: Advanced Imaging Modalities for Proton Therapy Planning and Verification

• President's Symposium: The Art of Science, the Science of Care

•"Rasa" - An Immersive Artistic Resonance Experiential Workshop

• Medical Physics Meets Visual Arts

• 16 Years of the AAPM DREAM Fellowship


• Are These Stories Real? – A Case Study Workshop for Leadership, Professionalism, and Ethics Education

• Addressing Equity Issues Experienced by Female Medical Physics

• Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Relation to Medical Physics Profession: The IOMP’s View

• Joint AAPM-EFOMP Symposium: Multi-Professional Society Perspectives on Future of Medical Physics and Combined Efforts in AI

• Know Your Rights

• A Year In: Progress and Updates on the AAPM Affinity Groups Initiative

• Clinical Translation of Radiomics: How Do We Get There?

• Use of Artificial Intelligence in Brachytherapy

• MRI vs CBCT for ART: Case Demonstrations

• MRI vs CBCT for ART: Vendor Solutions

• Session in Memory of Arthur Lucas, Sc.D.: Time Is of the Essence: Advances in Online Adaptive Radiation Therapy

• Innovations in Brachytherapy

• Path to Independence: How To Secure Your First Grant as an Early-Stage Investigator?

• FLASH Therapy Delivery, Motion Management and Dosimetry

• Novel Biologically Enhanced Proton Delivery Technologies (FLASH, Grid, and PBCT)


July 23, 2023

Greetings, Welcome to the City of Houston. It is our privilege to host American Association of Physicists in Medicine for your 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition. We look forward to showcasing all the wonderful things Houston has to offer during your time with us.

As the most diverse city in the U.S., Houston has an energy unique to a major metropolis. We are constantly looking into the future with an entrepreneurial spirit, innovation and a strong desire for inclusiveness.

Houston is home to the world’s largest and most comprehensive Life Science Ecosystem. Advancing Life Sciences from discovery to delivery. The Texas Medical Center spans four distinct campuses in the heart of Houston to include the Medical Campus (patient care & research), Innovation Factory (entrepreneurs & start-ups), Helix Park (translation research) and Bioport (biomanufacturing).

Houston also plays host to some of the Nation’s top culinary masters and cultural institutions, world-class performing arts and cutting-edge art museums. The city is home to the minds behind U.S. Space exploration and more than 56,000 acres of park space.

Publications such as Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, and USA Today have all named Houston a top place to visit, and we are proud to be called the Culinary and Cultural Capital of the South.

On behalf of the citizens of Houston, I extend best wishes for a successful and memorable event.




The programs below will take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Please note that there are numerous sessions and events throughout the week. Be sure to check the entire program carefully!


• Room 371 (Level 3)

Imaging Education

• Room 351 (Level 3)

Imaging Scientific

• Room 361 (Level 3)

Multi-Disciplinary Scientific

• Room 342 (Level 3)

Therapy Scientific

• Room 372 (Level 3)

Therapy Education

• Room 362 (Level 3)

Specialty Program — Data Science and Ultrasound

• Room 360 (Level 3)

Vendor Program (Showcases, PinS & Guided Tours)

• Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level 1)

 Guided Tours (Innovation Room 2)

 PinS (Innovation Room 1)

 Vendor Showcase (Innovation Room 2)

Sessions and Events

• Room 340 (Level 3)


Badge Scanning for Entry!

Instead of relying on paper tickets, we have implemented scanners to grant access to all sessions and special events. It is essential that you wear your badge throughout the event in order to be scanned and granted entry to session rooms and events.

When applicable, Monday & Wednesday lunch vouchers, event specialty meals, and alcoholic drink tickets will still be printed along with your badge. It is important to remember to bring these tickets with you to the events.



Online Evaluation System

The Online Evaluation System will remain open until September 7, 2023, 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. Complimentary WiFi will also be available if you wish to use your laptop, mobile phone, or tablet.

Please Note: Your Confirmation Number/Badge ID and Last Name are required to access the evaluation system.

AAPM will report/release credits earned by Monday, September 18, 2023.

Medical Physicists

AAPM will apply to the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs, Inc. (CAMPEP) for approval of the AAPM 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, including the Review Courses, for Medical Physics Continuing Education Credits (MPCEC). AAPM will also request up to eight (8) credit hours for general ePoster viewing. MPCEC hours are calculated based upon session duration. Example: (60 minutes = 1 credit / 90 minutes = 1.5 credits).

Medical Dosimetrists

AAPM will apply to the Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board (MDCB) for approval of MDCB CMD credits for the 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition. To obtain credit, attendees must attend/ view each session in its entirety and complete an online evaluation survey. Registration Badge ID and CMD Number are required.



The online meeting platform, Confex, can be accessed at: aapm.me/meetingapp

All content (Tracks 1-7, Partners-in-Solutions and Vendor Showcases) 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 one year 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 Speakers are encouraged to provide handouts for their presentations. Please visit the 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition website to view those currently available: aapm.me/AAPM2023Handouts Hardcopy handouts will not be distributed on-site.


Room 352D (Level 3, Convention Center)

Saturday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 2:30 PM

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LEVEL 3 FOYER (Outside of Room 330, GRBCC)

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.

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Kingwood Room (Level 3, 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


Room 352A (Level 3, Convention Center)

Friday – Wednesday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Thursday 7:30 AM – 12:00 PM


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

Level 3 Foyer (Outside of Room 360, Convention Center)

Sunday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM


AAPM Career Services (careers.aapm.org) brings medical physics job seekers and potential employers together via a feature-rich online job ad site. During the Annual Meeting, the traditionally free on-site job and resumé boards will be available. Have a candidate in mind? Schedule time to speak with them right on-site in our dedicated Interview Room. Reservations are available on a first-come, firstserved basis. Contact interview@aapm.org for more information.

Level 3 Foyer (Outside of Room 360, Convention Center)

Sunday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM

CAREER SERVICES on-site here in Houston, TX Are you hiring or looking to be hired? Stop by the AAPM Career Services Center George R. Brown Convention Center Level 3, Outside Room 360 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!


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 the donors lounge Level 3, outside room 330, Convention Center or the visit the website: aapm.me/AAPMERFund

E&R Fund Donors’ Lounge

Level 3 Foyer (Outside of Room 330, Convention Center)

Sunday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Individuals who have donated to the Education & Research Fund are invited to join us in the Lounge. Comfortable seating, beverages, and electronic charging stations will be available.

Ready to donate? AAPM staff will be available to assist you with your donation anytime the Lounge is open.


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 Convention Center for the opportunity to hear from long-time attendees and learn helpful ways to make the most out of your time.

Room 370DEF (Level 3, Convention Center)

Sunday, July 23 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Monday, July 24 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM

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


AAPM Merchandise

The first in a selection of AAPM branded merchandise, these high-quality scarves and neck ties are made in America and custom-designed especially for AAPM.

Every creation is handmade to your order preference. Choose from rectangular and square scarves made from very fine, lightweight silk-like poly chiffon, as well as neck and bow ties made with custom milled poly twill fabric that has the look and feel of silk with minimal sheen.

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Level 1 Foyer (Outside of Hall D, Convention Center)

Saturday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM


Halls DE (Level 1, Convention Center)

Sunday 12:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Monday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tuesday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Wednesday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM


AAPM offers complimentary WiFi in the Exhibit Hall, Session Rooms, and other function spaces.


Password: ScienceCare


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 1, Convention Center). Thank you to Accuray for sponsorship supporting the services in the lounge.


Need to charge your phone or other electronic Charging stations are available in the Exhibit Hall Connection Lounge on the 1st Level of the Convention 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

Room 381B (Level 3, Convention Center)

Sunday – Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM



If you lose an item during the meeting, please visit the registration counter, Level 1, outside Hall DE or the information desk, located on the first or second floor of the Convention Center, contact the event organizer, or call the facility Security Command Center at 713-853-8087


AAPM meetings offer rich and diverse opportunities for the communication of science, research, education, and practice of medical physics, with robust discussions, networking, and professional and career development. It is the responsibility of all participants to foster a supportive meeting environment to enable effective interactions. The following resources are provided for all participants to facilitate their meeting participation. Please take care of the physical, emotional and social well-being of yourself and your colleagues while attending the AAPM meeting.

First Aid Office

AAPM will provide on-site First Aid, with a licensed EMT, should you not feel well or need medical assistance during the meeting. The First Aid office will be located on level 1 of the Convention Center across from Hall E.

Local Pharmacy

Should you need a local pharmacy, you may consider:

• Kelsey-Seybold Clinic (About a 6-minute walk from the Convention Center; Downtown at The Highlight)

1200 McKinney, Suite 417 713-442-4700

Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM

• CVS (Less than 1 mile from the Convention Center)

2410 Polk Street, Suite 100 832-973-4879

Monday – Sunday: 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM


• Walgreens

3317 Montrose Blvd. (Less than 3 miles away from the Convention Center)


Open 24-hours

Hospital | Clinic

• Kelsey-Seybold Clinic (About a 6-minute walk from the Convention Center; Downtown at The Highlight)

1200 McKinney, Suite 417


Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM

• MedSpring Urgent Care (1 mile from the Convention Center)

2707 Milam Street


• St. Joseph Medical Center (1.1 miles from the Convention Center)

1401 St. Joseph Parkway

713-757-1000 (main number)

713-757-7557 (emergency number)

Other Hospitals (within 4 miles of the Convention Center)

• Houston Methodist Hospital

6565 Fannin Street


• MD Anderson Cancer Center

1515 Holcombe Blvd


• Memorial Hermann

6411 Fannin Street


• St. Luke’s

6624 Fannin Street


• Ben Taub

1504 Taub Loop


• Texas Children’s Hospital

6621 Fannin Street




AAPM is pleased to offer professionally managed on-site childcare services. Located at the Convention Center. Camp AAPM welcomes children 6 months to 12 years, with full and half-day options available. Children will enjoy a creative, customized schedule of age-appropriate activities, events, and games in a safe, nurturing environment. The program will be managed by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. ACCENT staff are teachers, professional children’s program providers, and mothers who simply love working with children and have completed a specialized training program. All professional supervisors are CPR and Pediatric First Aid certified.

Room 382 BC (Level 3, Convention Center)

Saturday 12:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Sunday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Friends of Bill W.

Brazoria A, Level 2 (Marriott Marquis)

Monday – Wednesday 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Lactation Room

AAPM is pleased to offer a Lactation Room — also known as a nursing room — a private space where lactating mothers can breastfeed or express milk in a comfortable and safe environment.

Room 382A (Level 3, Convention Center)

Sunday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Resource for Nursing Mothers: www.milkstork.com

Reflection and Wellness Room

AAPM is pleased to offer a Reflection/Wellness Room, a peaceful space designed for relaxation and introspection. It's a place for individuals to engage in activities that promote well-being, such as meditation, yoga, or deep breathing exercises. It can also be a quiet space to take a break and recharge.

Room 381C (Level 3, Convention Center)

Sunday – Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Thursday 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM



Annual Business Meeting & Town Hall

Room 342 (Level 3, Convention Center)

Wednesday 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM

American Board of Medical Physics (ABMP)

Written Exams

Room 350DEF (Level 3, Convention Center)

Day 1: Saturday — Must be in seat 7:45 AM, Exam starts 8:00 AM

Day 2: Sunday — Must be in seat 7:45 AM, Exam starts 8:00 AM


Rooms 350A & 350B (Level 3, Convention Center)

Day 1: Saturday — Must be in seat 7:45 AM, Orals start 8:00 AM

Day 2: Sunday — Must be in seat 7:45 AM, Orals start 8:00 AM

Med Phyz Wiz Kidz Program

Exhibit Hall, Innovation Room #1, Convention Center

Sunday 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Medical Physics for World Benefit (MPWB)

Room 350D (Level 3, Convention Center)

Tuesday 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM

This meeting is restricted to fully registered AAPM 65th Annual Meeting & Exhibition attendees only.

New Member Symposium and Reception

New Member Symposium Room 371 (Level 3, Convention Center)

Tuesday 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM

New Member Symposium Reception Room 370 (Level 3, Convention Center)

Tuesday 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM

Join us as the AAPM Chapter Communication Competition preliminary winners battle it out with a three-minute presentation sharing the significance of their science. Participants will be judged by a non-physicist panel on three equally weighted categories:  Comprehension/Content  Communication  Engagement Sunday, July 23 | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM | Room 362 George R. Brown Convention Center

Review Courses (Pre-registered attendees only)

Diagnostic Physics

Room 340AB (Level 3, Convention Center)

Saturday 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM

Sunday 7:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Radiation Therapy Physics

Room 330AB (Level 3, Convention Center)

Saturday 8:00 AM – 5:10 PM

Sunday 8:00 AM – 11:50 AM

Nuclear Medicine

Room 330AB (Level 3, Convention Center)

Saturday 12:30 PM – 9:00 PM

RO-ILS User Meeting (Open only to current RO-ILS participants)

Room 350EF (Convention Center)

Tuesday 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Society of Directors of Academic Medical Physics Programs (SDAMPP) (Pre-registration required)

Annual & Business Meeting and Lunch

Room 370DEF (Level 3, Convention Center)

Saturday 7:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Women Physicists Luncheon (Ticket required)

Room 370 (Convention Center)

Tuesday 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM


Annual Student Meeting

Room 360 (Convention Center)

Sunday 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Student and Trainee Luncheon and Roundtable Discussion (Ticket required)

Room 360 (Convention Center)

Sunday 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Residency Fair

Exhibit Hall (Convention Center)

Residency Fair Part 1

Sunday 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

Residency Fair Part II

Sunday 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM


Med Phys Slam: Final Competition

Room 362 (Convention Center)

Sunday 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Student and Trainee Night Out (Pre-registration and payment required; no payment accepted at door)

The Rustic (1836 Polk St, Houston, TX 77003)

Sunday 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

*The Rustic is ADA/wheelchair accessible and is also dogfriendly and happily allows service animals!

Expanding Horizons Travel Grant Program: Poster Presentations Exhibit Hall (Convention Center)

Tuesday 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM


Exhibit Hall (Halls DE, Level 1, Convention Center)

AAPM has invested in large touchscreen monitors for the ease of viewing scientific and professional ePosters. Attendees will have the opportunity to view posters and listen to various presentations and discussions from poster authors. In addition to the ePoster Presentations there are multiple monitors for viewing. See below for schedule.

• Best in Physics and Best of Professional (BIP and BOP) — These presentations are those scoring highest in the abstract review process. The authors will be available for scheduled presentations and discussions. These ePoster presentations are scheduled in the ePoster Theater and can also be viewed outside of the scheduled presentations in the Exhibit Hall and online.

• Blue Ribbon ePoster Discussions (BReP) — These 30-minute presentations are recognized as the highest scored and most interesting proffered ePosters. These ePoster presentations are scheduled in the ePoster Theater and can also be viewed outside of the scheduled presentations in the Exhibit Hall and online.

• Interactive ePoster Discussions (IePD) — These 30-minute presentations are recognized as high scoring proffered abstracts. These presentations are grouped together by scientific and professional themes to promote lively discussion


and are located in the ePoster Theater and Forums in the Exhibit Hall. ePosters can also be viewed outside of the scheduled presentations in the Exhibit Hall and online.

• General ePoster Viewing (GePV) — These include a select group of high- scoring posters identified by the Program Directors to be of special interest to attendees of the scientific and professional programs. These ePosters can also be viewed in the Exhibit Hall and online.

ePoster Presentations

Best in Physics Sunday

Best of Professional (BOP)

PM – 4:00 PM

Blue Ribbon ePoster Discussion (BReP) Sunday 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Monday and Tuesday 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Interactive ePoster Discussion (IePD)

PM – 5:00 PM

General ePoster Viewing (GePV)

Expanding Horizons Presentations

Tuesday 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Monday 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
PM – 1:45 PM
Sunday 3:00
Monday 9:30
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
10:00 AM
AM –
Sunday 12:30 PM
5:00 PM Monday 9:00 AM
5:00 PM Tuesday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Wednesday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM



With a variety of unique and inspired restaurant offerings at the Convention Center, diners are sure to find the perfect dish to delight and satisfy. Restaurants are accessible on the ground level via Avenida de las Americas or the interior concourse located on level one of the Convention Center (all hours subject to change):

Starbucks Coffee

A full-service Starbucks, located on the level 2 mezzanine just across from the Hilton-Americas skybridge, serving your favorite morning blend.

Sunday – Saturday 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Grotto Downtown

Located at the northernmost end of the Convention Center, just outside of Hall A. Grotto offers a dynamic menu that features vibrant Italian flavors and fresh creations in small and shareable plates.

Sunday 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Monday – Wednesday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM

Thursday – Friday 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM

Saturday 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

Located on the southern end of the Convention Center outside of Hall E. They don’t just know great seafood, it's their passion.

Sunday – Thursday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Friday – Saturday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Saltgrass Steak House

Located in the Concourse of Hall B of the Convention Center, Saltgrass Steak House allows you to sample a true taste of Texas.

Sunday – Thursday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Friday – Saturday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM


Monday & Wednesday Vouchers

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lunch voucher will be included with registration

Additional tickets can be purchased at Registration. Vouchers are valid only during the following times

12:15 PM – 1:45 PM

Turkey and gouda on honey wheat roll (sandwich includes packets of mayo and mustard, bag of

Roast beef and swiss on black pepper challah roll (sandwich includes packets of mayo and mustard,

Salad with mixed greens, grilled vegetables, roasted peppers, black beans, corn, quinoa, vegan cheese and citrus vinaigrette (GS/VG/V/DF/NF/Halal) (salad includes a piece of whole fruit and bottled water)

Vouchers are valid only during the following times

12:15 PM – 1:45 PM

Turkey and gouda on honey wheat roll (sandwich includes packets of mayo and mustard, bag of Ham and cheddar on a pretzel bun (sandwich includes packets of mayo and mustard, bag of

Salad with mixed greens, grilled vegetables, roasted peppers, black beans, corn, quinoa, vegan cheese and citrus vinaigrette (GS/VG/V/DF/NF/Halal) (salad includes a piece of whole fruit and bottled water)

Thursday Box Lunch 12:00 PM – 12:50 PM

Served on Level 3 (no voucher required)


Menu Options — choice of:

Turkey and gouda on honey wheat roll (sandwich includes packets of mayo and mustard, bag of chips, and bottle of water)


Roast beef and swiss on black pepper challah roll (sandwich includes packets of mayo and mustard, bag of chips, and bottle of water)

Special Meal (no voucher required)

Salad with mixed greens, grilled vegetables, roasted peppers, black beans, corn, quinoa, vegan cheese and citrus vinaigrette (GS/VG/V/DF/NF/Halal) (salad includes a piece of whole fruit and bottle of water)


Complimentary beverages will be served in the designated areas below at the Convention Center:

Exhibit Hall Break Areas

Sunday 12:30 PM – 1:00 PM Welcome the Vendors Beer 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM and Popcorn Reception

Monday 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM

PM – 4:30 PM

Tuesday 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM

Meet the Vendor Reception 3:45 PM – 6:00 PM

Thank you Sun Nuclear for your sponsorship.

Wednesday 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Meeting Room Level 3

Wednesday 3:45 PM – 4:30 PM

Thursday 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM

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NEW this year. Instead of relying on paper tickets, we have implemented scanners to grant access to all sessions and special events. It is essential that you wear your badge throughout the event in order to be scanned and granted entry to session rooms and events.

When applicable, Monday & Wednesday lunch vouchers, event specialty meals, and alcoholic drink tickets will still be printed along with your badge. It is important to remember to bring these tickets with you to the events.

Social Event Guests

Guests are invited to attend all AAPM social events, but must be registered and purchase the appropriate item to attend each event.

Guests 12-17 years: Must be accompanied by a registered attendee at all times while in the exhibit hall, session rooms, and any other AAPM event.

Guests 0-11 years: Are not permitted within the exhibit hall or any session room. Must be supervised at all other AAPM events.

Event-Only Guests:

Everyone who wishes to attend the Awards Ceremony and Reception and/or the Night Out must be registered for the meeting. If your guest DOES NOT plan to access the Guest Welcome Center or visit the Exhibit Hall, please select this category while registering.

AAPM Awards and Honors Ceremony

Hosted by the AAPM Awards and Honors Committee, this special event will highlight individuals for their service and dedication to advancing the field of Medical Physics.

Ceremony: Houston Ballroom 1-4

(Meeting Level 2, Marriott Marquis)

Monday 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Wine & Cheese Reception: Houston Ballroom 5-7

(Meeting Level 2, Marriott Marquis)

Monday 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM


AAPM Night Out: Avenida De Las Americas

Take a break from your busy meeting schedule to enjoy an evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres, dancing, and more at the AAPM Night Out Party — conveniently located outside of the Convention Center!

Avenida De Las Americas

Tuesday 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Avenida Houston is a great place to sip, stroll and savor in downtown Houston. Join your colleagues in a game of Giant Chess, Jenga, and Corn Hole. Dance to the sounds of our Houston based DJ, or just find a quiet area to reconnect with old friends. The 2023 Night Out will be an extension of the Meet the Vendor Reception in the Exhibit Hall.

Please Wear your Badge!


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


Registrants, regardless of AAPM membership status, continue to have access to On-Demand recordings via the meeting platform for up to a year post- meeting 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.

Didn't Register and Want Early Access?

Non-members may purchase the Online Education Credits Program one year after the meeting to access content via the AAPM Virtual Library. Non-members are eligible to earn CAMPEP MPCEC hours through available successful quiz completions.





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 Convention Center.

• Delaware Valley Chapter

L Doyle, V Lockamy, L Kim, A Bredikin, T Giaddui, S O’Reilly

• Great Lakes Chapter

K Snyder, I Gallagher, A Nalichowski, V Narayana, D Bakalyar, A Mayville, M Huberts, B Miller

• Missouri River Valley Chapter

D Dunkerley, P Wall, A Lippuner, S Wisnoskie, A Wexler, S Hendley

• New England Chapter

Y Lyatskaya, C Melhus, I Iftimia, D McClatchy, F Liu, J Rossman, R Berbeco

• New Jersey Chapter

X Wang, C Cheng, T Cui, C Ma, Z Xiong, Y Zhang

• North Central Chapter

A Tao, A Arnold, M Carroll, G Davies, W Culberson

• Northern California Chapter

J Ready, J Matney, L Skinner, O Stafford, A Shu-Jung Yu

• Northwest Chapter

M Luckstead, J Fagerstrom, A Cardenas, R Brody, T Blackwell

• Penn-Ohio-West Virginia Chapter

P Sandwall, S Ashmeg, D Rudder, S Kost, R Pidikiti, A Dare, J Donaghue

• RAMPS NY Chapter

H Lin, X Li, J Sillanpaa, M Kang, K Hamacher, C Della Biancia

• Southeast Chapter

O Ogunleye, A Fatemi, M Bright, D Piantino, M Rokni, R Rodgers

• Southern California Chapter

C Shi, J Clements, D Hoffman, Z Liu Shen, T Fisher

• Southwest Chapter

A Melancon, A Baghwala, R Mitra, K Matthews, D Solis, J Pollard-Larkin



AAPM would like to express its sincere thanks to the following exhibitors for their contributions and support of the 2023 AAPM Annual Meeting & Exhibition:

• Accuray, Inc. (#911)

Connection Lounge

• American Institute of Physics

New Member Symposium Break | Residency Fair |

Student and Trainee Night Out | Student and Trainee Luncheon

• Ashland (#421)

Mini Vendor Showcases

• GammaTile (#1521)

Mini Vendor Showcase

• GE Healthcare (#1101)

Vendor Showcases

• IBA (#1331)

Vendor Showcase

• LAP of America Laser Applications, LLC (#1313)

Media Wall

• MIM Software, Inc. (#1301)

Media Wall | Vendor Showcase

• Radformation (#401)

Convention Center Banners

• Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc. (#621)

30 Second Ads | Media Wall

• ScandiDos AB (#1215)

Student and Trainees Night Out

• Sun Nuclear, a Mirion Medical Company (#1401)

Exhibit Hall Tuesday Vendor Reception | Hotel Key Cards | Twitter Campaign | Vendor Showcase

• TheraPanacea (#212)

Vendor Showcase

• University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Medical Physics (#1310)

Student and Trainees Luncheon

• Varian, A Siemens Healthineers Company / Siemens Healthineers (#1121)

30 Second Ads | Convention Center Banners |

Residency Fair | Student and Trainees Luncheon

• ViewRay, Inc. (#821)

Convention Center Banners | Media Wall



31 1515 3D Systems 911 Accuray, Inc. 1329 Adaptiiv Medical Technologies, Inc. 811 Aktina Medical 223 American Board of Medical Physics, Inc. 524 American Board of Radiology 227 American College of Radiology 421 Ashland 404 Aspekt Solutions 614 Atirix Medical Systems, Inc 511 Atom Physics 1511 Bayer 326 Beekley Medical 1707,1721, 1801, 1821, & 1913 Best Medical International / TeamBest Global 515 Blue Physics 413 Brainlab 1003 C-RAD, Inc. 1432 Carina Medical, LLC 613 CDR Systems, Inc. 1411 CIVCO Radiotherapy and Qfix 226 Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors 1302 Diagnomatic/ProProject 221 DoseOptics, LLC 1233 DYN'R US, Inc. 801 Elekta, Inc. 627 Empyrean Medical Systems Inc. 225 Focused Ultrasound Foundation 425 Fuse Oncology, Inc. 1521 GammaTile 1101 GE Healthcare 309 GenesisCare Solutions 1213 Gold Anchor 406 H3D, Inc. 1331 IBA 1520 Image Owl, Inc. 1314 Imalogix 224 International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP) 1620 Iridesce 610 Klarity 612 Kyoto Kagaku America, Inc. 1313 LAP of America Laser Applications, LLC 829 Leo Cancer Care 1205 Liberty Vision Corporation 521 Limbus AI 1203 LinaTech, LLC 1523 Linax Technoloiges 522 Ludlum Medical Physics 509 Manteia Technologies LTD. |
32 400 Medical Imaging Data Resource Center (MIDRC) 228 Medical Physics for World Benefit/ Radiating Hope 520 Medscint, Inc. 1301 MIM Software, Inc. 713 MVision AI 1211 NELCO 1133 ONCOSPACE, Inc. 1613 Orfit 303 PACSHealth, LLC 1207 Perspective Therapeutics 1421 Phantom Laboratory, Inc. 609 Precision X-Ray Inc. 1610 Preferred Healthcare Staffing 1623 ProAqCT 700 PTW North America Corporation 1612 Pymedix, Inc. 1522 QAELUM 513 Quantek Systems, Inc. 1621 Quantivly 1614 RAD Technology Medical Systems 712 Radcal Corporation 401 Radformation 621 Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc. 1306 RadSite 721 RaySearch Laboratories 501 RefleXion Medical 1300 RTI Group 423 S.E. International, Inc. 1215 ScandiDos 324 Spectrum Dynamics Medical, Inc. 300 Standard Imaging, Inc. 1401 Sun Nuclear, a Mirion Medical Company 1332 Theragenics 212 TheraPanacea 301 TrueNorth Medical Physics 1722 University of Pennsylvania Medical Physics Graduate Programs 1310 University of Wisconsin Medical Radiation Research 708 UT MD Anderson Cancer Center 1720 UTMDACC Graduate Program in Medical Physics 1121 Varian, A Siemens Healthineers Company/ Siemens Healthineers 821 ViewRay, Inc. 321 Vision RT Ltd 1622 Voximetry, Inc. 1201 West Physics 307 XrayCurtains.com

3D Systems

Riley Bruce

5381 South Alkire Circle

Littleton, CO 80127

Phone: 720-643-1001

Fax: 720-643-1009




3D System’s VSP® Bolus solution spans the complete design-to-delivery workflow to make personalization of a flexible, biocompatible bolus easy. There is no need to develop design software knowledge or purchase 3D printers. Plus, with over two million devices manufactured, 140,000+ patient-matched cases and devices delivered, and 100+ FDA and CE-marked devices supported, you can count on our 3D printing technologies and industry-leading expertise to help you optimize radiotherapy targeting.

Accuray, Inc.

Bridget Panlener

1310 Chesapeake Ter.

Sunnyvale, CA 94089-1100

Phone: 1-608-572-5501




Accuray is committed to expanding the powerful potential of radiation therapy to improve as many lives as possible. We create unique, marketchanging solutions, such as the CyberKnife and

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Radixact systems, designed to deliver radiation treatments for even the most complex cases — while making commonly treatable cases even easier — to meet the full spectrum of patient needs. We are dedicated to continuous innovation in radiation therapy for oncology, neuro-radiosurgery, and beyond.

Adaptiiv Medical Technologies, Inc.

Adrienne Power

906 - 1969 Upper Water Street

Halifax, NS B3J 3R7


Phone: 902-442-9091

Fax: 902-442-9091




Adaptiiv's proprietary software democratizes the design of medical devices which are digitally manufactured using the latest 3D printing technology and innovative materials. The company now offers Adaptiiv On Demand, a platform as a service with manufacturing and delivery performed by HP, enabling the healthcare community with access to personalized patient-specific medical devices that are shipped to clinics in 3 days.

Aktina Medical 811

American Board of Medical Physics, Inc.

Tomi Papanikolaou, MS

P.O. Box 780518

San Antonio, TX 78278

Phone: 210-901-9052




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 examines 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



Break & Lunch Area

Chapter Posters



Medical Physicist, or more specifically, as a Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Physics.

ePoster Forums

GE Healthcare Meeting Suite Connection Lounge Lounges


Level 1, GRBCC

Sunday 12:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Monday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tuesday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Wednesday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM



Exhibit Halls DE, Level 1

Poster Set Up

Saturday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Sunday 7:00 AM – Noon

Best in Physics

Sunday 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Best of Professional (BOP)

Monday 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM 1:15 PM – 1:45 PM

Blue Ribbon ePoster Discussion (BReP)

Sunday 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Monday 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM

PM – 1:45 PM

American Board of Radiology 524

American College of Radiology 227

Dustin A. Gress, MS, FAAPM

1892 Preston White Dr. Reston, VA 20191-4397

Phone: 703-648-2905



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 41,000 ACR members include radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians and medical physicists.



Interactive ePoster Discussion (IePD)

Sunday 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM


Diagnostic Ultrasound QC Hands-On Workshop

Tuesday 1:15 PM – 1:45 PM

PM – 4:15 PM

Wednesday 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

General ePoster Viewing (GePV)

Sunday 12:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Monday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tuesday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Wednesday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Expanding Horizons Presentations

Tuesday 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

During exhibit hours, you may enter the Poster Area through Hall D. After the exhibit hours, you may enter through Hall E Concourse.

Tuesday, July 25, 2023 7:30 am – 9:30 am Room 360 AAPM would like to acknowledge and extend our gratitude to the following vendors for their generous support in providing equipment and phantoms for the Diagnostic Ultrasound QA/QC Hands-On Workshop:

• Philips Healthcare

• Universal Diagnostic Solutions, Inc

• Canon Medical Systems USA

• Computerized Imaging Reference Systems (CIRS) Inc and Sun Nuclear – A Mirion Medical Company

• Cablon Medical

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Art Show Dining Area
THANK YOU! Convention Center

Bayer 1511

Chris McAleer

100 Bayer Blvd.

Whippany, NJ 7981

Phone: 800-633-7231

Fax: 412-406-0318

www.radiologysolutions.bayer.com/dose-data christopher.mcaleer@bayer.com

Bayer helps you to see the big picture. Bayer’s Radiology Division has an evolving portfolio comprised of medical devices, contrast media, integrated Radimetrics dose management software for radiation dose and contrast monitoring, our latest Calantic Digital Solutions AI platform and services to maximize your investment. Powering progress in the field of radiology with Radimetrics v3.4, Peak Skin

Dose and Nuclear Medicine. Visit us at AAPM Booth #1511 or www.radiologysolutions.bayer.com

Beekley Medical 326

Beth Kyle

1 Prestige Lane

Bristol, CT 6010

Phone: 1-800-233-5539



Beekley Medical specializes in products that help radiation oncology professionals improve communication, accuracy, productivity, and patient care during treatment planning in both CT and conventional simulation. Visit booth #326 to learn more about RT-SPOT, the only skin marker for CT simulation that is elevated from the skin line and helps to exclude the marker from the automatic body contour, minimizing dose perturbation for greater dose accuracy.


Best Medical International / 1707, 1721, 1801, TeamBest Global 1821, 1913

Manny Subramanian

7643 Fullerton Rd.

Springfield, VA 22153

Phone: 703-451-2378

www.teambest.com/ info@teambest.com

Introducing TeamBest Global Companies TeamBest Global Companies offer a variety of products and services for brachytherapy, health physics, radiation oncology, blood irradiation, vascular therapy, imaging, medical particle acceleration and more. In business for over 45 years, we’re driven by one primary goal — to provide the best products and services to our customers.

C SE-753 09

Phone: 46 (0) 750 00 36



C-RAD develops surface-guided imaging solutions for radiation therapy to allow highly accurate dose delivery to the tumour, 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.

Blue Physics 515 Brianlab 413 C-RAD, Inc. 1003 Maria Rosén Davidsson Sjukhusvagen

Carina Medical LLC

Xue Feng

42822 Ravenglass Dr.

Ashburn, VA 20148

Phone: 434-284-1073

Fax: 855-615-2856




Carina Medical develops INTContour, an AI-based automatic contouring software 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.

CDR Systems, Inc.

Brett Serhyenko

4334-110th Ave. SE



Phone: 403-483-0075

Fax: 403-271-0201




CDR Systems is a global leader in designing and manufacturing world-class, innovative patient positioning systems and associated consumables for radiation oncology centers of all sizes worldwide. CDR Systems can deliver leading-edge solutions whether you are a freestanding cancer center or a hospital-based healthcare provider.


CIVCO Radiotherapy and Qfix

Shelli Locklear

1401 8th St. SE

Orange City, IA 51041-7463

www.CivcoRT.com and www.Qfix.com



CIVCO Radiotherapy and Qfix are the global leaders in developing high-quality, innovative, patient-centric radiotherapy solutions. Together, our company has over 80 years of experience bringing advanced patient immobilization and positioning hardware and consumables, fiducial markers, couchtops and patient care products to the market.


Ruth McBurney

201 Brighton Park Blvd., Ste. 1 Frankfort, KY 40601-3717

Phone: 502-227-4543

Fax: 502-227-7862




The Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors, Inc. (CRCPD) is a nonprofit, nongovernmental professional organization that promotes consistency in resolving radiation protection issues, encourages high standards of quality in radiation protection programs and education. Most of the members of CRCPD are directors and staff of the state, local, and territorial radiation control agencies in the United States, but others with an interest in radiation protection are welcome to join.


Tom Douglas

8400 W Sunset Rd.

Las Vegas, NV 89145

Phone: 480-799-7317




Diagnomatic provides a fully automated quality control solution for diagnostic medical equipment. Our solution can be used to help manage the


quality assurance program of multiple medical imaging devices in multiple locations on a single cloud-based platform. We manufacture ACR accredited medical imaging phantoms for MRI and mammography as well as phantoms for use in radiography, fluoroscopy, mammography, computed tomography, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance, ultrasound, and dentistry.

DoseOptics, LLC 221

DYN'R US, Inc.

Annabelle Lorenzo

3363 NE 163 St., Ste. 610 North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Phone: 786-862-3539




Respiratory Gating: SDX System is the leading device for spirometry-based respiratory gating. It is currently used in 15 proton centers and more than 40 major hospitals such as Penn Medicine, University of Michigan, Maryland Proton Treatment Center, Cincinnati Proton Center for Children, etc.

Interface capabilities for automatic beam delivery: Varian linacs & Probeam, IBA, Mevion and Siemens Somatom for 4DCT

Elekta, Inc.

Laurie Mehlman

400 Perimeter Center Ter. Atlanta, GA 30346

Phone: 404-217-5533




As a leader in precision radiation therapy, Elekta is committed to ensuring every patient has access to the best cancer care. We 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. To us, it's personal, and our 4,700 employees combine passion, science, and imagination to change cancer care. For more information, visit elekta.com or follow @Elekta on Twitter.



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

GT Medical Technologies is committed to improving the lives of patients with brain tumors. Extensive clinical expertise informed the design of GammaTile

46 Empyrean Medical Systems, Inc. 627 Focused Ultrasound Foundation 225 Emily C Whipple 1230 Cedars Court, Ste. 206 Charlottesville,
and works to
foster collaboration, and build awareness. Fuse Oncology, Inc. 425 GammaTile 1521 Kyrie Martin 1809 S Holbrook Ln., Ste. 107 Tempe,
Virginia 22903
years, not decades,
fund research,
AZ 85281
623-466-5830 www.gtmedtech.com kmartin@gtmedtech.com

Therapy, which is a surgically targeted radiation therapy (STaRT) that provides immediate, doseintense treatment at completion of brain tumor resection.

GE Healthcare

Anna Flahaven

3000 N. Grandview Blvd.

Waukesha, WI 53188

Phone: 773-358-8852

Fax: 773-358-8852




GE HealthCare is a leading global medical technology, pharmaceutical diagnostics, and digital solutions innovator dedicated to providing integrated solutions to make hospitals more efficient, clinicians more effective, therapies more precise, and patients healthier

GenesisCare Solutions

309 Bryan Murray 2270 Colonial Blvd.

Fort Myers, FL 33907

Phone: 972-835-9824



GenesisCare Solutions is a global leader in medical physics and remote dosimetry services, dedicated to enhancing patient care through innovative staffing solutions. Our experienced team of medical physicists and dosimetrists employs advanced


technology to deliver precise, efficient, and tailored treatment planning, physics, and clinical transition services. Our scalable, on-demand services enable facilities to optimize staffing resources, all while ensuring the highest quality in patient care.

Gold Anchor

Michael K. Nelson

150 N Michigan Ave., Ste. 1950

Chicago, IL 60611

Phone: 312-866-9977

Fax: 312-277-6688




Gold Anchor MR+ is a fiducial marker with proven clinical benefits: our industry leading thin needles enable safe implantation in almost any inner organ; the unique folding marker design allows for no lead time between implantation and CT/MRI; the markers can be tracked for intrafraction motion management; and the patented marker material (1.5% pure iron in an alloy with gold) provides enhanced MRI visibility especially on T2-weighted images.

H3D, Inc.

Jerimy Polf

812 Avis Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Phone: 1-734-661-6416




H3D offers the world's highest-performance gamma-ray imaging spectrometer modules. Based on pixelated CZT, these sensors offer 1% energy resolution and <0.5 mm spatial resolution at 662 keV for precise isotope identification and source quantification. This enables registration and overlay of gamma-ray activity images onto a real-time optical image. Handheld H3D imagers have been used for a range of medical applications, including safety surveys, finding lost sources, and radionuclide dosimetry.



Your SRS / SBRT Patient QA solution


Bill Tom

Bahnhofstrasse 5 Schwarzenbruck, 90592 Germany

Phone: 201-286-7054

Fax: 49-9128-607-10

www.iba-dosimetry.com/ bill.tom@iba-group.com


IBA Dosimetry is the global market leader for integrated and independent Quality Assurance solutions and services that maximize efficiency and patient safety in Radiation Therapy, Medical Imaging, and Calibration procedures.

Image Owl, Inc.

Jeffrey Catinella

2727 State Route 29 Greenwich, NY 12834 imageowl.com



Image Owl provides unique, robust, and costeffective software solutions for the continuously evolving demands of modern Radiation Therapy. Our Flagship product TotalQA, aggregates your machine QA data into a single, seamless database that's easy to use and easy to customize. TotalQA works with your unique mix of equipment and systems with no coding required. TotalQA turns the Complex to Complete.


1 Town Place, Ste. 200

Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Phone: 855-687-9100



Imalogix is deep learning AI for imaging that enables systematic improvement of workflow, quality & safety. The cloud-based human & machineintelligence of the Imalogix platform proactively uncovers where & how to reduce unwarranted variability. Decision-making moves to proactive & predictive to lower risk, drive growth & evolve the standard of care. Deliver consistent high-quality, safe & effective care for every patient with Imalogix. To learn more, visit www.imalogix.com or call 855.687.9100

Fairmount House

230 Tadcaster Road YORK

YO24 1ES UK www.iomp.org


The International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP) is the world scientific and professional organization of Medical Physics and is in official relations with the WHO and the IAEA. IOMP is charged with a mission to advance medical physics practice worldwide by disseminating scientific and technical information, fostering the educational and professional development of medical physics, and promoting the highest quality medical services for patients.

Imalogix 1314

Iridesce, Inc.

107 Church St., Ste. 303

Lexington, KY 40507

Phone: 859-785-5756




Radiation therapy technology has evolved, yet QA devices have not… until now. Our premiere product offering, nüFilm (TM) will become your goto QA tool. Light field, mechanical checks, light/ rad, and relative output factors are measured with unparalleled precision and efficiency. No more expensive film boxes and complex processing. nüFilm collects and analyzes all your light and radiation measurements, on the table, in real time.


Eliza Larson

600 Industrial Parkway

Heath, OH 43056

Phone: 740-788-8107

Fax: 740-788-8109




Klarity is at the forefront of radiotherapy technology and innovation. Klarity’s superior products and personalized service have established the company as a worldwide leader, providing clinics with improved solutions for patient positioning, treatment planning, brachytherapy, and custom devices.

Kyoto Kagaku America, Inc.


Trent van Arkel

161 Commerce Rd. #3

Boynton Beach, FL 33426

Phone: 561-416-9250

Fax: 561-416-9263



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 QA software, we provide a complete patient-centric 3D QA solution. A suite of tools that seamlessly integrates into existing workflows providing end-toend QA throughout the patient’s journey.


Harry Freeman

7921 UW Health Court

Middleton, WI 53562



Leo Cancer Care was founded with one goal in mind, to be the more human way to deliver radiation therapy. Our state-of-the-art upright radiotherapy solutions utilize slow patient rotation, removing the need for large rotating gantries.

Please note our products are not yet commercially available pending regulatory approvals.

52 LAP of America Laser Applications LLC
Leo Cancer Care

Liberty Vision Corporation

Kyle Mohney

300 West Rd., Unit 2

Portsmouth, NH 3801

Phone: 603-627-5484




Liberty Vision produces disc-shaped beta-radiation brachytherapy sources and applicators for ophthalmic procedures. The LV Y-90 Disc delivers highly localized high-dose-rate (HDR) radiation to targeted tissues allowing for short single session treatments. Liberty Vision’s two applicators allow accurate placement of the LV Y-90 Disc onto the desired treatment location. The iWand® A is used for Anterior ocular applications whereas the iWand® P is used for Posterior episcleral treatments.

Limbus AI

Romel Canlas

2076 Athol St.

Regina, S4T3E5


Phone: 1-833-668-0077

www.limbus.ai info@limbus.ai


Limbus AI offers high quality AI automatic contouring with expert level accuracy, installed locally on existing workstations. Fully validated and backed by comprehensive research, the Limbus Contour models are robust and consistent on CT and MRI. The lightweight design requires zero user interaction and is seamlessly integrated into any clinical workflow. Save time and keep patient data local and secure. Join our growing network of over 200 centers and test on your own data today!


LinaTech, LLC

Cheryl Sui

1294 Kifer Rd., Ste. 705

Sunnyvale, CA 94086

Phone: 408-733-2051



LinaTech is specializing in the R & D on radiotherapy equipment products. Our products include: VenusX medical linear accelerator, IMRT, IGRT, D2SRS "microknife" stereotactic radiation therapy system, etc.

LinaTech has an orthogonal double-layer grating and an independent double-slip ring CBCT image guidance system. 43 patents, including 4 PCT (in the US) patents, 42 authorized utility model patents, 25 authorized software copyrights, and its full system VenusX is now FDA pending.

Linax Technoloiges

Marco Carlone

1869-3151 Lakeshore Rd.

Kelowna, BC V1W 3S9


Phone: 1-250-575-8594

Fax: 250-860-0848




Linax is a radiotherapy education company, providing training and professional development for medical physicists and service technicians. Making it accessible, consistent, and sustainable. Our education platform contains one of the largest collections of radiotherapy resources in the world and our revolutionary linac simulator — SIMAC. Linax develops training for all levels of linac professionals, from onboarding to career development. Improving clinic workflow and reducing machine downtime.

Ludlum Medical Physics 522


Yongjin Zhu

1225 Discovery Pkwy., Ste. 260

Milwaukee, WI 53226

Phone: 626-566-1601

www.manteiatech.com/ inquiry@manteiatech.com

Manteia® Technologies provides cutting-edge solutions for precise radiotherapy and efficient clinic practice. Our products include AccuContour®, a one-stop RT image process system, AccuLearning®, a deep learning model training platform, AccuCheck, a one-stop QA for offline and online RT and MOZI, an offline and online TPS. Our goal is to establish a comprehensive therapeutic ecosystem that includes adaptive radiotherapy and treatment management by leverage AI and other advanced algorithms.

Medical Imaging Data

400 Resource Center (MIDRC)

Emily Townley

1631 Prince St. Alexandria, VA 22314



MIDRC — an AI-ready, high quality, open Data Commons for medical imaging and associated metadata — is a multi-institutional collaborative for combatting COVID-19 by fostering machine learning. MIDRC is funded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), is hosted at Gen3/the University of Chicago, and is co-led by ACR, RSNA and AAPM. MIDRC contains imaging files, demographic and clinical data, C-19 test results, DICOM tags and LOINC-harmonized study descriptions.

Manteia Technologies LTD.

Radiating Hope

300 March Rd., Ste. 202

Kanata, ON k2k2E2


Phone: 607-262-3315




In partnership with Radiating Hope (https://www. radiatinghope.org/) Medical Physics for World Benefit is pleased to attend the AAPM Annual Scientific Meeting. Cancer is Africa's leading cause of death, killing more people than HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined. We are dedicated to advancing access to care in low and middleincome countries. We invite you to come by our booth and learn about our initiatives to help low and middle-income countries improve access to healthcare.


François Therriault-Proulx, PhD

1405 du Parc-Technologique

Quebec, QC G1P 4P5


Phone: 1-888-901-6521



We help medical physicists deploy modern radiation therapy techniques by providing a new generation of versatile optical dosimetry solutions. Our patented HYPERSCINT real-time dose measurement detectors set the standard for accuracy in demanding applications such as dosimetry of small-fields, MRLinac and FLASH-RT. Today, users in the United States, Canada and Europe have adopted Medscint solutions to push the boundaries of radiation therapy, and ultimately improve cancer care.

Medical Physics for World Benefit /
Medscint, Inc.

MIM Software, Inc.

Kyle Ostergren

25800 Science Park Dr., Ste. 180 Cleveland, OH 44122

Phone: 330-354-1730




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. Contour ProtégéAI® delivers true zero-click auto-contouring with deep learning algorithms to make contouring more efficient without sacrificing accuracy. MIM SureCalc® MonteCarlo automates dose calculation for plan second check.

MVision AI

Alex Plowman

21750 Hardy Oak Blvd., Ste. 104

PMB 84408

San Antonio, TX 78258-4946




MVision AI is a pioneering, cloud-based software service provider for radiotherapy treatment planning. MVision’s current FDA-cleared product provides an AI-powered auto-contouring solution for precision radiotherapy that helps to standardize contouring and automate segmentation to streamline the clinical workflow. As an industry


leader, our mission is to improve the treatment plan workflow by increasing contouring accuracy and consistency and reducing treatment planning time.


Cliff Miller

2 Burlington Woods Dr., Ste. 300 Burlington, MA 01803-0180

Phone: 781-537-3010




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.


Todd Deterding

1812 Ashland Ave.

Baltimore, MD 21205

Phone: 314-619-5412




Oncospace vision is to optimize outcomes in radiation oncology using a cloud-native, AIpowered, data analytics platform. We deliver an intuitive, easily accessible, cloud-native application built with industry leading security and healthcare connectivity that leverages a practice’s existing investments in contouring, treatment planning, and oncology information systems.


Michael Pittman

810 Ford Dr. Norfolk, Virginia 23523




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.

Mike Battin

33755 N. Scottsdale Rd. #130

Scottsdale, AZ 85266

Phone: 949-233-8723

Fax: 877-877-1457



DoseMonitor® — The top-rated radiation dose management solution in the market • Proven enterprise-wide solution with the easiest to adopt interface

• Support for all modalities (CT, XA, MG, DR, NM, PET, and now MR)

• The most advanced voxel-hybrid

350 Hills St., Ste. 106 Richland, WA 99354

perspectivetherapeutics.com/ salesops@perspectivetherapeutics.com

Perspective Therapeutics is a precision oncology company focused on targeted alpha particle therapies (TAT) and innovative brachytherapy solutions intended to treat cancer from the inside out. The company's development pipeline is focused on Lead-212 alpha particle-based radiopharmaceuticals for the diagnosis and treatment of NETs, melanoma and other solid tumors. The commercial pipeline is focused on Cesium-131 seed brachytherapy for the treatment of prostate, brain and head and neck cancers.

PacsHealth, LLC 303
to calculate CT organ dose
Peak Skin Dose calculations. Perspective Therapeutics 1207

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.

Debra Peris

14 New Rd. Madison, CT 6443

Phone: 203-484-2011

Fax: 203-484-2012

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.

60 Phantom Laboratory, Inc. 1421
Precision X-Ray, Inc.

Dawn Brown

4909 Murphy Canyon Rd., Ste. 210

San Diego, CA 92123-4301

Phone: 858-810-8625



When you decide to join Preferred, you get a partner working tirelessly by your side to ensure all your needs are met. From the outset and throughout your tenure with us, you’ll receive personalized service and be treated with kindness and respect. Don’t just take our word for it, Preferred has won ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing in both Client and Talent Satisfaction for eight straight years, earning us the coveted diamond award in each category. Experience the Preferred touch today!


Raj Narayanan

6 Mars Court. Unit 5

Boonton, NJ 7005

Phone: 917-648-3220

Fax: 973-404-1995

www.ptwdosimetry.com/en/ raj.narayanan@ptwdosimetry.com

Visit us at Booth #700 to see live product demonstrations. Talk to our experts about AAPM TG compliant dosimetry and QA solutions that save you time and deliver results you can trust. Meet

BEAMSCAN, UNIDOS, VERIQA, OCTAVIUS, and RUBY and learn how they meet and can exceed your commissioning and QA requirements and streamline your tasks. Don’t miss out! Register today for our free Lunch & Learn Symposium on Tuesday, July 25th at 12:15 pm. Visit our website for more info. www.ptwdosimetry.com

Preferred Healthcare Staffing
ProAqCT 1623 PTW North America Corporation


Kris Huang

1873 Willowview Ter.

Northfield, IL 60093

Phone: 513-693-5845



Pymedix has created Autofuse, a software designed for medical image data comparison that includes automated and user-friendly deformable image registration capabilities. The software supports diagnostic radiology, oncology, radiation therapy planning, and other medical specialties by enabling them to display, annotate, manipulate volume data, render volumes, register and fuse medical images, thereby simplifying their use.



Kolonel Begaultlaan 1B


Leuven, 3012


Phone: 32-0-16-585157




QAELUM is an innovative technology company in Leuven, Belgium, and New York, USA. We offer vendor-neutral solutions for real-world issues in medical imaging such as patient radiation dose monitoring, contrast management, clinical audits, breast cancer screening, and imaging management. QAELUM provides essential tools for optimizing processes and has a significant global impact on healthcare through advanced technology.

Quantek Systems, Inc. 513 Quantivly 1621

RAD Technology Medical Systems

Colby LaHue

20801 Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 403

Aventura, FL 33180

Phone: 305-898-2544



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

Melodie Eberhart, Steve Jack

426 W Duarte Rd.

Monrovia, CA 91016

Phone: 1-626-357-7921

Fax: 1-626-357-8863

radcal.com/ sales@radcal.com


Radcal Corporation is a worldwide premier provider of diagnostic radiation test instruments measuring a comprehensive set of parameters such as Dose, Dose Rate, kV, HVL, Filtration, Exposure Time and much more. The cornerstone of Radcal’s product line is the Accu-Gold Touch Series. These measurement systems offer a satisfying and straightforward user experience supporting the most extensive line of x-ray quality assurance sensors available.



Joe Ianni

335 Madison Ave. 4th Floor

New York, NY 10017

Phone: 844-723-3675

radformation.com/ info@radformation.com


Radformation’s suite of automation tools brings efficiency and accuracy to all stages of the treatment planning process — from AI-driven contouring and independent calculations to physics checks and machine QA. Thousands of clinics across the world leverage Radformation’s solutions daily to increase quality, safety, and time savings. Flexible and scalable, our software meets the needs of every clinic.


Radiological Imaging Technology, Inc.

Daniel M. Ritt

5065 List Dr.

Colorado Springs, CO 80919-3321

Phone: 719-590-1077 Option 4




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 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.


Patrick Styles

326 First St., Ste. 28

Annapolis, MD 21403

Phone: 443-440-5622

radsitequality.com/ stylesp@radsitequality.com


RadSite’s mission is to promote the highest imaging quality and patient safety. Our comprehensive accreditation program evaluates providers against established industry standards and best practices, and we take a consultative approach. We help customers understand the intent behind the standards and how to implement quality workflows.

RaySearch Laboratories

Josefin Stibeck

Eugeniavägen 18C

Box 45169

104 30 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone: +46851053000




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 910 clinics in 43 countries. RaySearch was founded in 2000 as a spin-off from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. *Subject to regulatory clearance in some markets.

RefleXion Medical 501

Jamie Crawford

25841 Industrial Blvd., Ste. 275

Hayward, CA 94545

Phone: 650-239-9070

Fax: 650-521-5916



RefleXion transforms radiopharmaceuticals from diagnosing cancer to actively controlling delivery of external-beam radiotherapy by leveraging individual tumor biology. RefleXion’s SCINTIX™ biology-guided radiotherapy automates targeting and motion management to overcome barriers preventing radiotherapy for metastatic disease. In collaboration with radiopharmaceutical companies, RefleXion is co-developing disease-specific radiopharmaceuticals for difficult-to-treat late-stage cancers.

RTI Group 1300

Amy Sollers

33 Jacksonville Rd., Bldg. 1

Towaco, NJ 7082

Phone: 973-265-0095

Fax: 973-439-0248



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.

Beth Cramer

P.O. Box 39

Summertown, TN 38483

Phone: 931-964-3561

Fax: 931-964-3564




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. Please Stop by and see our newest Instrument, the GammaView Scintillation Detector.


Greg Biggs

P.O. Box 930273

Verona, WI 53593

Phone: 1-404-234-0382

Fax: 46-18-10-74-02




ScandiDos empowers medical physicists with cutting-edge patient QA measurement systems and software that ensure patient safety and accuracy.


Our Delta4 family of products offer a range of unique features, such as 4D measurements, instant analysis SW and the most comprehensive solution for motion deliveries such as Accuray’s Synchrony system. Clinics worldwide rely on our Delta4 patient QA solutions to improve patient outcomes and advance the field of radiation therapy.

Spectrum Dynamics Medical, Inc.

324 Stanley Fabregas

301 N. Cattlemen Rd, Ste. 109

Sarasota, FL 34232

Phone: 817-395-2462

Fax: 941-256-3832

spectrum-dynamics.com/ stanleyf@spectrum-dynamics.com

Spectrum Dynamics is spearheading the transformation of SPECT imaging systems from analog to digital technology with D-SPECT and VERITON-CT scanners, providing clinicians a tool kit for disease diagnosis and management. Spectrum digital scanners: -World’s first digital cardiac system, D-SPECT® CARDIO. -World’s first 360° CZT ring-shaped gantry digital SPECT-CT, VERITON-CT®

Standard Imaging, Inc.

Traci Conley

3120 Deming Way

Middleton, WI 53562-1461




Standard Imaging is a leading manufacturer of QA instruments for radiation-based treatments that improves patient safety and cancer treatments. Grounded in reliability and trust, they've dedicated more than 30 years to developing solutions that save you time, while maintaining accurate and precise results with unmatched support along the way.


Better Quality Management. Better Care. See us in Booth #1401

Sun Nuclear,

a Mirion Medical Company

Kerianne Houser

3275 Suntree Blvd.

Melbourne, FL 32940-7508




Sun Nuclear is part of Mirion Medical, a group of healthcare-focused brands within Mirion Technologies. We provide innovative solutions for Radiation Therapy and Diagnostic Imaging centers. More than 5,000 cancer centers worldwide rely on us for independent, integrated Quality Management. With a focus on ongoing support, Sun Nuclear aims to ease technology adoption, enhance workflows and improve outcomes — so that healthcare providers can achieve real results for Patient Safety.


Lory Bradley

5203 Bristol Industrial Way

Buford, GA 30518

Phone: 847-226-9688




An industry pioneer & leader, Theragenics has more 35 years in the global supply of LDR brachytherapy seeds for the treatment of prostate cancer, intraocular malignancies, and other tumor types with radiosensitivity. To learn more about our industry benchmark recognized sources, TheraSeed® Pd-103 & AgX100® I-125, please visit booth 1332.

70 TheraPanacea 212 TrueNorth Medical Physics 301 University of Pennsylvania 1722 Medical Physics Graduate Programs 3400 Civic Center Blvd. Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine 2W Philadelphia, PA 19104 www.med.upenn.edu/mpp/ MPP-info@uphs.upenn.edu The University of Pennsylvania’s CAMPEP-accredited Master of Science in Medical Physics, PhD in Bioengineering – Medical Physics Concentration, and Certificate in Medical Physics programs prepare students for high-impact careers in medical physics. We teach cutting-edge, multidisciplinary knowledge in our courses; provide a strong foundation in research; and equip students with the clinical and professional skills needed to lead in the science and practice of medical physics. SBRT Thorax ( CT) ART-Plan™: AI-POWERED RADIOTHERAPY AI-powered Tools for Standardized Radiotherapy Automatic delineation of 200+ OARs and LNs Reliable rigid and deformable fusion MR-based syn-CT generation and annotation Fully automated replanning decisions with AI AdaptBox MR-Box SmartFuse Annotate Not available in all markets * H&N (CT Brain (MR) MR-Only Workflow: pseudo-CT generation delineation & treatment planning FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM! www.instagram.com/aapmHQ/ See photos from AAPM HQ and attendees of the AAPM Annual Meeting all week. Keep up with all of the AAPM Annual Meeting posts by following us on Instagram!

Medical Radiation Research Center


Louise DeWerd

1111 Highland Ave.

B1002 WIMR

Madison, WI 53705-2275

Phone: 608-265-9224

uwmrrc.wisc.edu/ ldewerd@wisc.edu

The University of Wisconsin Radiation Calibration Laboratory provides calibration services for most radiation measurement instrumentation for the medical or health physics community. The UWRCL is an Accredited Dosimetry Calibration Laboratory (ADCL), by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) and the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA). The UWMRRC supports our graduate students through the UWRCL calibration fees and industry funded research contracts.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center

Erika Shields-House

1515 Holcombe Blvd.

Houston, TX 77030

Phone: 713-745-8989

rds.mdanderson.org/ adcl@mdanderson.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. Our customer-focused group provides QA services such as radiation therapy beam dose monitoring, accredited NIST traceable ADCL calibrations, and 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!

3100 Hansen Way Palo Alto, CA 94304-1038



At Varian, A Siemens Healthineers Company / Siemens Healthineers, we envision a world without fear of cancer. We develop and deliver innovative cancer care technologies to support every step of the journey — from screening to survivorship. From advanced imaging and radiation therapy to comprehensive software and services, to interventional radiology, we are harnessing the power of our perspective while pursuing clinical research to create a more efficient, personalized care pathway for millions of patients each year.

UTMDACC Graduate Program 1720 in Medical Physics Varian, A Siemens Healthineers Company / 1121 Siemens Healthineers

580 Howard Ave. Somerset, NJ 8873

www.visionrt.com/ sales@visionrt.com

Vision RT is the inventor of Surface Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT) and develops solutions using computer vision and AI to help ensure cancer patients’ radiation therapy is delivered safely. With 2,000+ systems installed worldwide, we work to improve the accuracy, efficiency, safety and comfort of radiation therapy.

Voximetry, Inc.

Patrick Morse

8517 Excelsior Dr., Ste. 207

Madison, WI 53719 Phone: 415-559-2270




Dosimetry-Guided RPT: Technology and Services that Raise the Standard of Care Voximetry is a software company committed to advancing DosimetryGuide Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (DG-RPT).

With Torch™ we aim to improve patient outcomes by moving beyond population-based models and making it simpler for clinicians to develop patientspecific RPT treatment options. Voximetry also offers dosimetry services, with unmatched expertise and tools, to support clinical and research use.

73 ViewRay, Inc. 821 Vision RT Ltd 321 Sales

West Physics

Mark Broomfield

3825 Paces Walk SE, Ste. 250 Atlanta, GA 30339

Phone: 770-435-9186

www.westphysics.com/ mark.broomfield@westphysics.com

West Physics is a leading national provider of diagnostic medical physics services. Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, we pride ourselves on hiring and developing top medical physics talent who wish to grow their careers alongside our company’s reputation and success. We are a company managed and led by physicists, committed to unrivaled technical expertise and unmatched customer service. XrayCurtains.com

Robert Miller

4747 Researc Forest Dr., Ste. 180 The Woodlands, TX 77381 Phone: 832-519-8787

www.xraycurtains.com/ robert@xraycurtains.com


XrayCurtains.com is a trade name for Intech Partners, LLC, located in Houston, Texas. Since 2004, we have been providing radiation shielding materials for x-ray inspection systems, medical imaging centers, nuclear medicine, airport security and industrial operations. Our medical radiation shielding includes mobile barriers, screens, xray curtains, procedural shields and lead construction materials. We offer certified lead-free shielding products which are listed as FDA Class I medical devices.



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