4th scientific workshop for stakeholders: NPL, Teddington, United Kingdom, 20-21 May 2019

The final scientific workshop for stakeholders, entitled “European Workshop on the Clinical Implementation of Dosimetry for Molecular Radiotherapy”, took place at the National Physics Laboratory (NPL) in Teddington, United Kingdom, on 20-21 May 2019.

The workshop presented the final results of this project. New protocols for comparison of quantitative imaging and commissioning of a Molecular Radiotherapy (MRT) dose calculation platform were presented in the context of multi-centre comparison exercises performed within the project. The outputs from the project put into context with presentations covering activity measurement, quantitative imaging and dosimetry in a clinical environment, in support of clinical trials and from a commercial prospective. The latest guidance on dosimetry and quantitative imaging for MRT from the EANM, MIRD and ICRP were presented for discussion.

The workshop agenda and details are available hereAdobe Acrobat file.

Presentations for download (download allZIP file):

MRTDosimetry: a pan-European project establishing metrology for clinical implementation of dosimetry in molecular radiotherapyAdobe Acrobat file
Andrew Robinson, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom

New Activity Transfer Instrument: Can we improve the measurement of high-energy pure β-emitters in the hospitals?Adobe Acrobat file
Kelley Ferreira, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom

Clinical use of the secondary standard ion chamberAdobe Acrobat file
Steve Jeans, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

Activity calibration for clinical trials: alpha pharmaceuticalsAdobe Acrobat file
Erlend Eikeland Myrnes, Bayer AS, Norway

Calibration and verification of quantitative imaging using SPECT/CTAdobe Acrobat file
Johannes Tran-Gia and Michael Lassmann, University of Würzburg, Germany

Towards a vendor-independent standard for absolute quantitative SPECT/CTAdobe Acrobat file
Steffie Peters, Radboud university medical center, The Netherlands

Imaging and dosimetry for Ho-166Adobe Acrobat file
Gerrit van de Maat, Quirem Medical, The Netherlands

Commissioning of a dosimetry platform for MRTAdobe Acrobat file
Jill Tipping and Nick Calvert, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

NTCP uncertaintiesAdobe Acrobat file
Maurice Cox, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom

EANM Dosimetry guidelines: Compliance to individual treatment planning in Molecular RadioTherapyAdobe Acrobat file
Mark Konijnenberg, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Metrology for clinical implementation of dosimetry in molecular radiotherapy MIRDAdobe Acrobat file
Robert Hobbs, Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiation Oncology, USA

ICRP Publication 140: Radiological protection in therapy with radiopharmaceuticalsAdobe Acrobat file
Glenn Flux, The Royal Marsden Hospital & Institute of Cancer Research, United Kingdom

Database of reference images and DICOM conversion toolAdobe Acrobat file
Andrew Robinson, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom

Final comments from a medical perspectiveAdobe Acrobat file
Markus Luster, University of Marburg, Germany