Medical Physics Seminar Series - Clinical Education

Speaker: Taeho Kim, Ph.D., DABR, Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, Washington University School of Medicine
Topic: Adaptive MR-guided radiotherapy using ViewRay MRidian

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Physics Seminar Series - Research

Speaker: Girgis Obaid, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Texas at Dallas
Topic: Capitalizing on nanomedicine to transform radiation therapy"

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-1162

Medical Physics Seminar Series - Clinical Education

Speaker: Thomas Banks, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Topic: UTSW Intravascular Brachytherapy Program

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-1162

Medical Physics Seminar Series - Clinical Education

Speaker: Mike Speiser, Ph.D., DABR, Chief Medical Physicist, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
Topic: Motion Management in Lung SBRT

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Physics Seminar Series - Research

Speaker: Jie Deng, Ph.D., Candidate Presentation
Topic: The Role of MRI Physicist in Clinical Services and Translational Researches

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-1162

Medical Physics Seminar Series - Research

Speaker: Arnold Pompos, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Topic: From Fundamental Physics Describing the Structure of Our Universe to Medical Physics

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-1162

Medical Physics Seminar Series - Clinical Education

Speaker: Justin Park, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Director of Adaptive Therapy
Topic: Introduction to Online Adaptive Radiotherapy

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Physics Seminar Series - Clinical Education

Speaker: Yang Park, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, UT Southwestern
Topic: Review of technologies in SAbR

Organizer: David Chiu

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Phyics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dajiang Zhu, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington
Topic: Computational Modeling and Machine Learning in Brain Imaging

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Jiang Du, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, The University of California San Diego
Topic: Ultra-short echo time magnetic resonance imaging: technical development and clinical applications

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Lei Ren, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, Duke University
Topic: Fast low-dose intelligent imaging for image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT)

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-1617

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Wei Chen, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Physics; Director, The Center for Security Advances Via Applied Nanotechnology
Topic: Exploration of nanoparticle sensitizers to enable radiotherapy and oxidative therapy for deep cancer treatment

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: You Zhang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Topic: Optimization in the treatment planning system

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-1617

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Hua Li, Research Associate Professor, Department of Bioengineering, Cancer Center at Illinois, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Topic: Advanced Machine-Learning Techniques and Applications in Radiation Therapy

Organizer: Marisa Homan

Contact: 214-645-8542

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Jan Schuemann, Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology at Harvard Medical School
Topic: Modeling biological effects using Monte Carlo simulations

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Cui Tao, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics, UT Health Science Center at Houston
Topic: Big Biomedical Data Analysis Using Ontology and Semantic Technologies

Organizer: Shar Dabney

Contact: 214-645-7019

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Ken Wang, Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Topic: Quantitative optical tomography for pre-clinical radiation research

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: James Lamb, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, ULCA
Topic: Radiation Therapy Safety - Automation, AI and Human Factors

Organizer: Shar Dabney

Contact: 214-648-1617

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Pratik Shah, Principal Research Scientist, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA
Topic: Unorthodox AI and Machine Learning Use Cases and Future of Clinical Medicine

Organizer: Shar Dabney

Contact: 214-648-1617

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: James Robar, Ph.D., FCCPM, Chief, Department of Medical Physics
Topic: Novel approaches to targeting tumors with radiation therapy... using diamonds, gold and copper

Organizer: Alexis Lamar

Contact: 214-648-8002

Medical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Wonmo Sung, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital
Topic: A Tumor-Immune Interaction Model for Hepatocellular Carcinoma based on measured Lymphocyte Counts of Patients undergoing Radiotherapy

Organizer: Shar Dabney

Contact: 214-645-7019

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Sanjay Aneja, M.D., Assistant Professor, Yale School of Medicine in the Department of Therapeutic Radiology
Title: Applications of Deep Learning within Clinical Radiation Oncology
As a physician scientist, Dr. Aneja’s research focuses on the application of machine-learning techniques on clinical oncology. Efforts include deep learning to derive imaging-based biomarkers of cancer outcomes, AI-driven collection of patient-reported outcomes, and machine-learning methods for clinical trial classification.

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Eric Larson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Bobby Lyle School of Engineering, Southern Methodist University
Title: Using Machine Learning for Smartphone-Based Health Sensing

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Charles Mayo, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Michigan, Michigan Institute of Data Science
Title: Opening AI Vitas in Radiation Oncology with Big Data Analytics Resource Systems

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Medical Physics and Engineering Lecture

Speaker: Dr. Corey Clark, Ph.D.,Deputy Director of Research, and Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering; Human and Machine Intelligence (HuMIn) Game Lab, SMU Guildhall & Bobby Lyle School of Engineering

Topic: Capturing the Intrinsic Power of Video Games

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Medical Physics Seminar Series

“Annual Technology Review on Radiation Therapy for GU cancers”
Speaker: Dr. Jing Wang

Organizer: Yang Kyun Park

Contact: 214-648-9669

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Andre Dekker, Ph.D., Professor of Clinical Data Science at Maastricht University
Title: Big Data for Better Cancer Care

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Jerome Liang, Ph.D., Professor of Radiology, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering and Director of Laboratory for Imaging Research and Informatics at Stony Brook School of Medicine
Title: Medical Imaging Informatics

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Clinical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Yang K. Park, Ph.D.Assistant Professor
Title: Annual Technology Review on Radiation Therapy for GI Cancers

Organizer: Melinda Quintero

Contact: 214-648-6444

Electronic Health Record Analytics: The Case of Optimal Diabetes Screening

Speaker: Dr. Michael Hahsler
Assistant Professor of Engineering Management, Information, and Systems (EMIS) at SMU
Adjunct Faculty with the Department of Clinical Sciences at UT Southwestern

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Guest lecturer Dr. Mia Markey, Professor & Engineering Foundation Endowed Faculty Fellow, Director of Biomedical Informatics Lab

Topic: Breast decisions: 3-D modeling-based decision support for optimizing quality of life following breast reconstruction

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Medical Physics & Artificial Intelligence Workshop

Hosted by UTSW Radiation Oncology and SMU Lyle School of Engineering

Topics include: biomedical research, deep learning, and image-guided radiotherapy

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Deep Medical Image Reconstruction and Analysis

Speaker: Dr. Pingkun Yan, Assistant Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Clinical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Ming Yang
Title: Annual Technology Review on Radiation Therapy for Pediatric Cancer

Organizer: Porsche Bates

Contact: 214-645-1808

Radiological Physics & Dosimetry (Postdoctoral Training Certificate Course)

Speaker: Dr. Pugachev
Title: Exponential Attenuation

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

AIM Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Issam El Naqa, Associate Professor, University of Michigan
Title: The Role of Deep Machine Learning in Radiotherapy

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Clinical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Amir Owrangi
Title: Annual Technology Review on Radiation Therapy for Lung Cancer

Organizer: Porsche Bates

Contact: 214-648-1617

Head and Neck DOT

Monthly DOT meeting

Organizer: Bradley Hicks

Contact: 214-645-8309

Clinical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Chuxiong Ding, Associate Professor, UTSW Department of Radiation Oncology
Title: Annual Technology Review on Radiation Therapy for CNS Tumors

Organizer: Dr. Yang Kyun Park

Contact: None

Annual Technology Review on Radiation Therapy for CNS Tumors

Division: Physics (Clinical Physics Seminar Series)Speaker: Dr. Ding

Organizer: Yang Kyun Park

Contact: 214-648-9669

Clinical Physics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Xuejun Gu
Title: Annual Technology Review on Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-644-8523

RT 3413 Radiation and Therapy Physics Course

Speaker: Dr. Strahinja Stojadinovic
Title: Quality of X-Ray Beams

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Radiation Therapy Physics Course

Speaker: Dr. Xun Jia
Title: External Beam Radiation Therapy - Part 3

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Radiation Therapy Physics Course 3413

Speaker: Dr. Bo Zhao
Title: Measurement of Ionizing Radiation II

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Radiation Therapy Physics Course

Speaker: Dr. Brian Hrycushko
Title: Brachytherapy - Part I

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Radiation Therapy Physics Course

Speaker: Dr. Wang
Title: Post-doc Training Certificate Course - Radiation Therapy Devices

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Radiation Therapy Physics Course

Speaker: Dr. Wang
Title: Post-doc Training Certificate Course - Radiation Therapy Devices

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Next Generation Treatment Planning for Cancer Radiotherapy

Speaker: Dr. Jiang

Organizer: Gabrielle Hawthorne

Contact: 214-645-8523

Physics Research Seminar

Speaker: Dr. Chao, visiting speaker

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Radiation Therapy Physics Course

Speaker: Dr. Zhao
Radiation Oncology (part 1)

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Research Seminar

Speaker: Yang Xie, M.D, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Director, Quantitative Biomedical Research Center
Topic: Data Integration for Lung Cancer Outcome Prediction

Organizer: Michelle Hughes

Contact: 214-645-2568

Mortality and Morbidity Conference

Speaker: Dr. Tumati
Radiation cystitis

Organizer: Susan Brown

Contact: 214-645-8559

Faculty Lecture - CNS (Contouring)

Speaker: Dr. Dan

Organizer: Susan Brown

Contact: 214-645-8559

Medical Physics Education/Research Seminar

Animesh Tandon, M.D., M.S., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, with joint appointments in Radiology and Biomedical Engineering here at UTSW, will be presenting.
Title: 3D Printing in Congenital Heart Disease: Past, Present, and Future

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Education/Research Seminar

Xiaofeng He, PhD, Professor, Institute of Massive Computing, Software Engineering Institute, Center for Cloud Computing and Big Data, at East China Normal University, will be presenting.“Error link detection and correction in Wikipedia.”

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Education/Research Seminar

Guest speaker: Jongmin Cho, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Medical Physics Program Director at Oklahoma State UniversityTitle: Proton range verification using PET and Gamma camera. PET/SPECT/Cherenkov imageable self-illuminating nanoparticles as novel molecular probes.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research/Education Seminar

Speaker: Reza Taleei"Modeling DNA Damage and Repair in Mammalian Cells Induced by Radiation of Different Quality"

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Education/Research Seminar

Speaker: Reza Taleei“Modeling DNA Damage and Repair in Mammalian Cells Induced by Radiation of Different Quality”

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

T2R2 Seminar Series

Yoshiya (Josh) Yamada, MD, FRCPC, from the Department of Radiation Oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will present.Title: Hypofractionation as a Salvage Strategy for Radiation Failures: Spine SBRT as a Model.”Abstract: As patients with metastatic disease are enjoying increased survival, patients are also living long enough to experience local recurrences of spine metastases after palliative radiotherapy. These recurrences are challenging clinical problems because they are often highly morbid and reirradiation of the spinal cord can be daunting. Image guided radiation therapy has made the precise delivery of high doses of radiation feasible. Hypofractionation may be rationale strategy for salvage of radiation failures because of unique mechanisms of response such as endovascular and immunologic effects. Emerging clinical data suggest that the combination of precision radiation delivery and high dose hypofractionation is able to provide durable tumor responses with minimal severe toxicity.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research and Education Seminar-Dr. Richard Castillo, UTMB-Galveston

Richard Castillo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology, UT Medical Branch at Galveston, will be presenting. Title: "An image processing framework for reducing lung toxicity toward improved outcomes in thoracic radiotherapy"

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research/Education Seminar

Postdoctoral researcher, Timothy Rozario, will present on the topic, "Introduction to machine learning."

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research/Education Seminar

Dr. Xun Jia will recap a workshop he attended on IBPRO (Integrated Course in the Biology and Physics of Radiation Oncology).

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

T2R2 Seminar Series

Jeffrey F. Williamson, Ph.D., FAAPM, FACR,FASTROProfessor, Department of Radiation OncologyVirginia Commonwealth UniversityTitle: TBD

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research/Education Seminar

Dr. Weiguo Lu will continue his presentation on Treatment Planning.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research Webinar

Web-based presentation given by Dr. Soumya Ghose from Case Western University. Title: “MRI-alone radiation therapy planning for prostate cancer: Automatic fiducial marker detection.”

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research and Education Seminar-Dr. Keith Schubert, Baylor University

Keith Schubert, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Baylor UniversityTitle: "Proton Computed Tomography and Ion Therapy"Abstract: In 1946 by Robert Wilson, Ph.D., who later became the first director of Fermi National Accelerator, made the visionary suggestion to use protons to treat human cancer. Alan Cormack, the physicist who shared the 1979 Nobel Prize in Medicine for the development of x-ray computed tomography suggested that protons may in fact be more advantageous not only for treating but also for imaging human disease. Oddly, we are still awaiting the advent of a clinical proton CT scanner, but with the help from high-energy physics, mathematics, and computer science we are now getting close. In this presentation, I will give an overview of our development of the first proton CT scanner, our work on proton computed tomography, relations to Ion therapy, and future directions.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research/Education Seminar

Weiguo Lu, Ph.D.Title: "Introduction to treatment planning."

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Medical Physics Research/Education Seminar

Weiguo Lu, Ph.D.Title: "Introduction to treatment planning."

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Journal Club-Special Seminar

Web-based seminar featuring talk from Mr. Dong Han from Virginia Commonwealth University. The title is, "A linear, separable two-parameter model for dual energy CT imaging of proton stopping power computation."

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Research Seminar-April 8, 2016

Dr. Xun Jia will be covering the topic of Monte Carlo simulation.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Journal Club

TBA

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-502-8302

Physics Research Seminar

Speaker: John Zweck, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at UT Dallas
Title: Diffeomorphic Flows for Computational Anatomy
Abstract: Anatomical surfaces such as the gray-white matter interface of the cortex are often represented as isosurface meshes extracted from three-dimensional imaging data. Although topological correctness can be guaranteed, these meshes are often corrupted by noise introduced by the imaging hardware and numerical image processing software. We introduce a parabolic flow of surfaces called the diffeomorphic mean curvature flow that can smooth surfaces without inducing topology changes. We present theory and simulation results comparing the diffeomorphic and classical mean curvature flows, and demonstrate that although they preserve topological type diffeomorphic flows can induce non-local surface interactions.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

T2R2 Seminar Series

Anders Brahme, Ph.D.Professor, Medical Radiation Physics, Karolinska InstitutetTitle: Physical, Biological, and Clinical Background for the Development of Biologically Optimized Light Ion Therapy

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Journal Club

Faraz Kalantari Mahmoudabadi "Quantitative investigation of physical factors contributing to gold nanoparticle-mediated proton dose enhancement"http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0031-9155/61/6/2562David Chiu“Increasing the HIFU ablation rate through an MRI-guided sonication strategy using shock waves: feasibility in the in vivo porcine liver”http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0031-9155/61/3/1057Bin Li“Evaluation of conventional imaging performance in a research whole-body CT system with a photon-counting detector array” http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0031-9155/61/4/1572

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Visiting Lecturer-Dr. Marina Epelman, University of Michigan

Marina Epelman, Ph.D.Associate Professor, Department of Industrial & Operations Engineering, University of MichiganTitle: Incorporating Functional Information into Radiation Treatment Planning

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Research Seminar-Dr. Bruce Gnade, UTD

Bruce Gnade, Ph.D.Vice President for Research, UT-DallasTitle: Large Area, Thin-Film Radiation DetectorsAbstract: Thin-film electronics offer the possibility of true 3-D integration because active devices can be fabricated at any level within the system, which is often difficult with traditional semiconductor technology. Over the past several years we have been developing the unit processes to fabricate discreet devices and simple circuits. One potential application that benefits from both large area and integrated multifunctional thin-film devices are large area radiation detectors. Thin film detectors and electronics can offer the inherent benefits of ruggedness, selectivity, and low cost, which is typically not the case for radiation detectors. While digital X-ray detectors are commercially available, there are many applications for other types of radiation detectors. I will discuss some of the requirements of these applications as well as some of our recent work on materials, devices and circuits that are being used in the development of large area radiation detectors. I will also present some of the issues related to the design and fabrication of these complex systems that incorporate many different materials. Experimental results for our thin-film based charged particle and neutron detectors will be presented.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Research Seminar-Postdoctoral Candidate, Dr. Peter Klages

Peter Klages, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Toronto
Title: Computational Imaging from Microscopic to Cosmic Scales: How GPUs can open new windows to processes, systems, and analysis
Abstract: Recent advances in computing, especially general purpose computing using Graphics Processing Units, have made techniques that were previously impossible without custom supercomputers and/or ASICs possible on relatively small clusters of computers. In this talk I will discuss two projects I have worked on that benefit greatly from GPU accelerated processing: Digital Inline Holographic Microscopy, and the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME), a computational radio telescope in Canada. These projects, despite their differences in scale, are similar in that they both deal with wave-front sampling and wave propagation for imaging. The use of GPUs has accelerated the holographic microscope processing such that real-time reconstructions of in-focus images can be done with a desktop computer, allowing researchers to investigate objects and processes in a more interactive way. In the case of the computational radio telescope, sampling and processing the wavefronts allows us to survey the whole sky much quicker than ever before; a telescope of this magnitude would not have been possible even 5 years ago.

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

MRB Seminar Series - Subhrajit Saha, Ph.D.

Subhrajit Saha, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation OncologyAlbert Einstein College of Medicine"Macrophage-derived WNTs: Healing Touch of A Double Edged Sword"lunch will be provided (first come, first served basis)

Organizer: Cheryl Hoppe

Contact: 214-648-1457

T2R2 Seminar - Wei Lu, Ph.D.

Wei Lu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Title: Computerized PET/CT Image Analysis to Improve Evaluation of Tumor Response

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

T2R2 Seminar - Ke Sheng, Ph.D.

Ke Sheng, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, David Geffen School of Medicine-UCLA
Title: Automated treatment planning and delivery utilizing a large solution space

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

T2R2 Seminar - Charlie Ma, Ph.D.

Charlie Ma, Ph.D., Professor and Vice Chair for the Department of Radiation Oncology and Director of Radiation Physics for Fox Chase Cancer
Title: IGRT for prostate cancer: treatment planning and dosimetry

Organizer: Lezlie Britton

Contact: 214-645-2568

Physics Research Seminar - Zichun Zhong, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Faraz Mahmoudabadi, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Doug Moore, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Tatsuya Arai, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Yuejie Chi, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Nan Qin, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Tscuicheng Chiu, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Joubin Nasehi, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Arezoo Modiri, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Jina Chang, Ph.D.

Radiation Oncology Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Anh Le, Ph.D.

UT Southwestern Postdoc Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Physics Research Seminar - Zhen Tian, Ph.D.

UT Southwestern Faculty Presentation

Organizer: Weihua Mao

Contact: Rebecca Tucker

Other Series

In addition to our Medical Physics Seminars, we have the AIM Seminar Series.