NRG Particle Therapy Working Group (formerly Proton Working Group)
NRG Particle Therapy Working Group Member Job Description
Chair: Charles B. Simone, II, MDLiaisons: Steven Kry, Paige Taylor, Laura Dawson, Theodore Hong, Minesh Mehta, Zhong Xiao Liao, Shannon MacDonald, Annie Chan, Steven Lin, Nancy Mendenhall, Jason Efstathiou, Jeff Buchsbaum, Curtiland Deville Jr., Xiaoying Liang
2022 Particle Therapy Symposium: “Defining the Value of Proton Therapy in the Next Generation of NRG Oncology Proton Trials”
The NRG Oncology Radiation Oncology Committee coordinates the group's radiation oncology-related activities.
5th Annual NRG RO Symposium: Current Status of the Biology, Physics, and Clinical Trials Using FLASH
4th Annual NRG RO Symposium: Radio Protectors Next Generation
Presentations 3rd Annual RO Symposium "Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (RPT)"
Amir Irvani, MD: "Overview of Opportunities of RPT in the NCTN (Radiation dosimetry in RPT trials)"
Charles Kunos, MD, PhD: "NIH Commitment - ETCTN" (audio only)
Hiram Gay, MD: "PI Update on NCI Protocol #10301"
Jyoti Malhortra, MD, MPH: "PI Update on Protocol #10302"
RO Symposium Radiopharmaceutical Therapy (RPT) Recording (Kunos presentation removed)
RO Committee Updates Recording
Presentations 2nd Annual RO Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Radiation Oncology
AI Applications in NRG Oncology and IROC
Bringing AI to the Oncology Clinic
The Future of AI in Radiation Therapy Research and Planning
NRG Radiation Oncology (RO) Committee CallsNRG RO Committee conference meetings occurs the 2nd Thursday of every 2 months (bi-monthly) effective 9/12/2019 (schedules are subject to change, members must check email notifications or contact admin support)
Radiation Oncology Committee Member Job Description
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