Reflections on the Slovenian Center for Proton Therapy, which promotes the idea of setting up a research center for the exchange of ideas and planning research in the field of advanced diagnostics and cancer therapy. As part of this initiative, we want to connect various scientific disciplines and knowledge in Slovenia and in the wider region.
If you are interested in the topic and would like to learn more, sign up for a free online lecture and workshop entitled RC Advance: Challenges of the Science of Advanced Diagnostics and Therapy, organized by the Slovenian Innovation Hub, SRIP Health – Medicine.
The keynote lectures and workshop will take place on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (CET) in English.
We are pleased to announce two distinguished guests, top experts in the field of medical physics, Prof. Dr. Rock Mackie of the University of Wisconsin, Madison USA, who will speak on Operative Oncology, and Prof. Dr. Thomas Bortfeld of Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston USA, who will lecture on Advancing cancer medicine in hospitals and research centers.
The workshop will also be attended by Slovenian experts representing the widest range of expertise related to the development of proton therapy in Slovenia.
Participation is free, only your registration is required via the online form here. You can read more about the event in the attachment in onepager. A few days before the workshop, we will send a web link to the event to registered participants.
|1255 – 1300||Login and connect|
|First part: Keynote lecturers|
|1300 Chairman Dr. Mark Pleško, Cosylab Ljubljana, Slovenia|
|1310 – 1355||
Prof. Dr. Rock Mackie, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
|1355 – 1440||
Prof. Dr. Thomas Bortfeld, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA
Advancing cancer medicine in hospitals and research centers
|Second part: Workshop|
|1440 Chairman Prof. Dr. Primož Strojan, Institute of Oncology Ljubljana, Slovenia|
|1445 – 1455||
Prof. Dr. Dušan Šuput, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana
Advanced MRI techiques for tumor detection without contrast agents.
|1455 – 1505||
Doc. Dr. Studen Andrej, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana
Medical physics research in the field of advanced diagnostics and therapy.
|1505 – 1515||
Prof. Dr. Tomaž Vrtovec, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana
Automated delineation of organs-at-risk in the head and neck region: advances of deep learning
|1515 – 1525||
Dr. Marko Grobelnik, Jozef Stefan Institute Ljubljana
Digital twins for mastering complex dynamics
|1525 – 1535||
Prof. Dr. Maja Čemažar, Institute of Oncology Ljubljana
Research at the Institute of Oncology Ljubljana: a foundation for effective treatment of cancer patients
|1535 – 1545||
Dr. Kristjan Anderle, Cosylab Ljubljana, RAPTOR coordinator
RAPTOR – Moving PT towards real-time
1550 Chairman Prof. Dr. Robert Jeraj, University of Wisconsin, USA
RC Advance: Challenges of the science of advanced diagnostics and therapy
Dr. Kristjan Anderle
Prof. Dr. Thomas Bortfeld
Prof. Dr. Maja Čemažar
Dr. Marko Grobelnik
Prof. Dr. Rock Mackie
Dr. Mark Pleško
Prof. Dr. Primož Stojan
Doc. Dr. Andrej Studen
Prof. Dr. Dušan Šuput
Prof. Dr. Tomaž Vrtovec
Prof. Dr. Robert Jeraj
Prof. Dr. Robert Jeraj, University of Wisconsin, USA
Prof. Dr. Primož Strojan, Institute of Oncology Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dr. Mark Pleško, Cosylab Ljubljana, Slovenia