Fundamendals of Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry
Nuclear Medicine Dosimetry, Practical approach
State of the Art and new Trends of Angiographic Equipment: Image quality, Patient and Staff dosimetry
Innovation in technology in Nuclear Medicine
Winter School “Dosimetry Guided Treatment Planning for Radionuclide Therapy”
The school targets medical physicists, physicians and technologists involved and interested in the workflow of clinical dosimetry in support to radionuclide therapy. The aim of the school is to present bases of quantitative imaging and dosimetry methodologies to support patient-based dose planning and verification in clinic. The school also aims to promote a common/shared knowledge and cooperation of different partners involved (physicians, physicists and technologists).
Research and commercial solutions to assist quantitative imaging and dosimetry workflows will be also presented and discussed.
Challenges of medical physicists in the operating theatre
Main topic: A glance at current dosimetry topics (Program)
19. – 24.06.2022 Medizinische Physik in der Strahlentherapie (Grundlagen) (Prof. Klemens Zink, Marburg/Gießen)
26.06 – 01.07.2022 Medizinische Physik in der Magnetresonanztomographie (Prof. Ralf Ringler, Weiden)
26.06 – 01.07.2022 Grundlagen in Statistik und Epidemiologie (Prof. Heiko Becher, Hamburg)
23.04. – 28.04.2023 Kurs 1 – Audiologie (Prof. Dr. Birger Kollmeier)
23.04. – 28.04.2023 Kurs 2 – CT (Prof. Dr. Marc Kachelriess)
30.04. – 05.05.2023 Kurs 3 – Image-Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy (Dr. Jenny Bertholet)