Registrations for the IGT Network+ meeting are now open! Please visit our Eventbrite page to secure your place.
The event will take place on Monday 16 October 2017 at the University of Manchester, Michael Smith Building. As usual the event will coincide with the Network Management Group meeting (private) which will take place in the morning. The Network+ Meeting will then begin with a lunch followed by a series of image-guided therapy talks from academic, industry and clinical speakers.
The University of Manchester is a partner institute of our network and also the base for Theme 2, focused energy delivery and motion compensation, led by Marcel van Herk.
11.00—12.00: Network Management Group (NMG) meeting [closed session; invitation only]
12.00—12.50: Lunch and poster setup
12.50—13.00: Welcome from Professor Marcel van Herk (University of Manchester)
13:00 – 13:10 Prof Sebastien Ourselin: Update on Network activities
Session One: Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Adapting, targeting and guidance | Chair: Marcel van Herk
13.10—13.30: Dr James O’Conner: Using oxygen enhanced MRI to guide radiotherapy
13.30—13.50: Dr Thomas Hambrook: MRI/PET guidance
13.50—14.10: Dr Alan McWilliam: The MR-Linac project
14.10 – 14.15: Short Break
Session Two: Early Career Researcher session | Chair: Dr Alan McWilliam
14.15—14.30: Abigail Bryce-Atkinson: Optimising reduced dose CBT
14:30 – 14:45: Bilal Tahir: A comparison of CT-based surrogates of ventilation with hyperpolarised gas MRI
14:45 – 15:00: Jianyu Lin: An endoscopic system enabling tissue surface depth measurement and hyperspectral imaging
15:00 – 15:15: Katjana Ehrlich: Fibre optic time-resolved spectroscopy using CMOS-SPAD line arrays
15.15—15.50: Poster Session & refreshment break
Session Three: Better targeting therapy | Chair: Dr Marianne Aznar
15.50—16.10: Dr Michael Taylor: Imaging guidance in protons
16.10—16.30: Prof Marcel van Herk: Image-based data mining, better targeted therapy
16.30—16.50: Prof Tim Cootes: Shape/pattern recognition – micro-fractures on CT
16.50—17.00: Final discussion and close of day