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ASTRO 2021 in Review
Looking back on a fantastic in-person ASTRO 2021 in Chicago.
Radformation’s Week at ASTRO 2021
(Left) Jeremy Land, SVP Radiation Oncology & Imaging at CARTI, describes his experiences with QuickCode. (Right) Ryan Pennell, Chief Medical Physicist at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, presents his experience with the suite of Radformation products.
(Top) The Radformation team enjoying the users meeting. (Bottom) Pierre Beaunegre, Dosimetrist at Nuvance Health, Joe Ianni, Chief Revenue Officer at Radformation, and Sunny Ailawadi, Clinical Assistant Professor & Chief Dosimetrist, SUNY Stony Brook.
Pushing the Envelope on Cancer Care
- The COVID-19 pandemic and the gaps and challenges it has imposed on healthcare
- Patient-physician dynamics
- The downsides of having “too many options”
- Artificial intelligence, and how understanding and implementing it can enable more efficient clinical workflows and improved patient safety
Topics like FLASH-RT and automated segmentation saw a high volume of interest throughout the meeting, along with many other topics that continue to lead the charge on improving cancer care.
(Left) Radformation cofounders Elisabeth Van Wie, Kurt Sysock, and Alan Nelson. (Right) Radformation team in front of our booth.
Written by Austin Skinner
Austin interns with Radformation as a medical physics MS student at Hofstra University, and graduated in May 2022. His focuses at Radformation included marketing, blogging, and working on case studies. His interests include cooking and reading, as well as the occasional round of golf.
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