2nd scientific workshop for stakeholders: Prague, Czech Republic, 26-27 September 2018

The second scientific workshop for stakeholders, entitled “European workshop on the principles and clinical implementation of dose calculation in molecular radiotherapy”, took place in Prague, Czech Republic, on 26-27 September 2018.

The workshop agenda, advert, and logistical information are available hereAdobe Acrobat file.

The workshop focused on the clinical implementation and supporting principals of molecular radiotherapy (MRT) dose calculations. Emphasis was given to presentation and discussion of dose calculation methods implemented in a clinical setting and to the treatment of uncertainty in clinical calculations.

Presentations for download (list with linksAdobe Acrobat file; download allZIP file):

Introduction to MRTDosimetry projectAdobe Acrobat file
   Andrew Robinson, NPL, United Kingdom

Invited talk: Dosimetry in Clinical Trial Design: Making the caseAdobe Acrobat file
   George Sgouros, John Hopkins University, United States

Invited talk: Methods for determining uncertainty in clinical dose calculation: TheoryAdobe Acrobat file
   Maurice Cox, NPL, United Kingdom

Invited talk: Methods for determining uncertainty in clinical dose calculation: PracticeAdobe Acrobat file
   Jonathan Gear, Institute of Cancer Research, United Kingdom

Invited talk: Quantitative imaging and dose calculation comparison exercises in the MRTDosimetry projectAdobe Acrobat file
   Johannes Tran-Gia, Universitätsklinikum Würzburg, Germany
   Nick Calvert, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

Invited talk: Review of dose calculation methods: implications for future clinical implementationAdobe Acrobat file
   Alex Vergara-Gil, INSERM, France

Invited talk: Clinical dosimetry with 99mTc-MAA for 90Y SIRT: practical methods and resultsAdobe Acrobat file
   Francesca Botta, European Institute of Oncology, Italy

PBPK/PD modelling for predicting tumour responseAdobe Acrobat file
   Peter Kletting, Ulm University, Germany

Personal experience with dosimetry attemptsAdobe Acrobat file
   Pavel Solný, National Radiation Protection Institute, Czech Republic

Comparison between a convolution based and Monte Carlo based dosimetry softwareAdobe Acrobat file
   Domenico Finocchiaro, AUSL-IRCCS Reggio Emilia, Italy

Calculation methods in Hermes Medical Solutions’ dosimetry softwareAdobe Acrobat file
   Helena McMeekin, Hermes Medical Solutions, United Kingdom

The experience in a single institute over two decades of individualized radiopeptide therapy: from bench to bedsideAdobe Acrobat file
   Georgios S. Limouris, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Performing post treatment patient specific dosimetry in peptide receptor radionuclide therapy with 177Lutetium-DOTATATE, using software package by MIM Software Inc.Adobe Acrobat file
   Maria Kotzassarlidou, “Theagenio” Anticancer Hospital of Thessaloniki, Greece

The OpenDose CollaborationAdobe Acrobat file
   Maxime Chauvin, INSERM, France

A novel segmentation method for advanced personalised 3D image-base dosimetry in Peptide Receptor Radionuclide TherapyAdobe Acrobat file
   Salvatore Berenato, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Challenges in post-treatment dose calculations using image-based quantification of Y-90 SPECT/CT dataAdobe Acrobat file
   Konrad Lotter, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

Dosimetry in Czechoslovakia – forgotten history in the light of uprising dosimetryAdobe Acrobat file
   Pavel Solný, National Radiation Protection Institute, Czech Republic

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