Contact: Dr. Abebe Kebede
336-285 2113 or email

Space Science

Astronomy and Astrophysics
Material Science
Nuclear Physics

Dr. Ray Hoff

  Dr. J. Daniel Bourland

Associate  Professor and Head, Physics Research and Education
Director, Bioanatomic Imaging and Treatment Program, Department of Radiation Oncology

Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27157
Tel: 336-713-6508      Fax: 336-713-6565

Collaboration with Dr. Bourland
Partnerhsip for Radiation Physics Research and Education (Dr. Abdellah Ahmidouch and Dr. Samuel Danagoulian)
Graduate Student: Kenvin Broadnix (MS. Physics with computational physics focus)

  February 18, 2008

Marteena Hall, Room 310  Time- 4:00 PM

Title: Image-Guided Radiation Treatment.
Image-guided medical interventions are growing in number and technological approaches. Image-guided radiation treatment in particular includes multi-modality imaging and various technologies for delivery of the radiation treatment. Development of these techniques is proceeding rapidly, with the promise of more accurate radiation treatment.  The use of imaging has advantages throughout the entire radiation treatment process, including target localization and delineation, treatment delivery, and treatment evaluation.  In this talk the modalities and systems used for combined imaging and treatment are reviewed, along with the areas of active research including image-based clinical trials.