University College London
Gary Royle is professor of Cancer Therapy at UCL and is director of research for proton and radiotherapy for both UCL and UCL Hospital. He is joint chair of UCL’s cancer network and is responsible for multidisciplinary research in cancer. He is a member of several national and international committees for proton and radiotherapy. His research interests focus on improving clinical outcomes for cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy. The research encompasses a variety of approaches, including technology, computer science, imaging, cancer biology and physics, methodologies, combination studies, early phase clinical trials and evaluation of big data cohorts.
Novel imaging and sensor systems for radiotherapy
This seminar will explain the clinical requirements for imaging cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy and explore the various methods and technologies in current usage. Limitations will be discussed and current developments for improved solutions will be presented.
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