Abstract # 2763 An Efficiency Study of an Optical Approach for Routine Patient Positioning and Monitoring

Presenter: Sie, Fanny

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About the Presenter:
I am graduate of the Honours Human Biology and combined BSc/diploma Radiation Therapy Program from the University of Toronto. I have currently been working at Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, Canada for 4 years. In 2003, I continued persuing my interests in medical biology and physics by accepting a combined 50% clinical/ 50% research role with Dr. David Jaffray. The intent of this position was to develop and determine the feasibility of an optical tracking system as a tool for pre-treament positioning and monitoring.
Contact the presenter at: fanny.sie@rmp.uhn.on.ca

Authors:
F. Sie*1, G. Bootsma*1, D. Moseley*1,2, D. A. Jaffray*1,2. , 1Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada,

Author Disclosure:
F. Sie, None; G. Bootsma, None; D. Moseley, None; D.A. Jaffray, Elekta Inc., B. Research Grant.


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