Talk by Eirini Velliou
Senior Lecturer, Head of Bioprocess and Biochemical Engineering Group
University of Surrey
Dr Lucy Warren : Changes in Breast Density
Dr Alistair Mackenzie: Comparison of Lesion Detection using 2D, DBT and synthetic mammography
NCCPM, Medical Physics Department
Up and Coming Techniques in Medical Physics Translated into Clinical Practice
The IOP’s Medical Physics Group welcomes you to its 6th annual scientific and networking meeting, which aims to bring together people from all areas of Medical Physics and discuss potential collaborations. Our speakers will discuss the translation of new innovative development in Medical Physics into clinical practice and the processes involved in bringing new technology into clinical use.
This year, the meeting will be held at the UK’s National Metrology Institute, with an exciting afternoon consisting of a series of lab tours with research scientists in the fields of ultrasound, radiotherapy and nuclear medicine. The day will be filled with opportunities to network and exchange ideas between participants.
“Use of ImageJ in a typical medical physics department”
Clinical Scientist (Nuclear Medicine)
Department of Physics and Nuclear Medicine
City Hospital, Birmingham
Using Transfer Learning for a Deep Learning Model Observer in Mammography – Will Murphy
Using Deep Learning to Detect Oesophageal Lesions in PET-CT – Ian Ackerley
Researchers at CVSSP (Centre for Vision Speech and Signal Processing) University of Surrey
The first Royal Surrey Healthcare Science Lunchtime Seminar is taking place on 12th November.
This will be a chance to hear from all the healthcare science disciplines within the hospital and get an overview of varied work undertaken in each department.
There are speakers from Medical physics, Bioinformatics, Audiology, Biochemistry, Neurophysiology, and Molecular Pathology.
The aim is to gather like minded people together with a view of using the skills available to work together to advance networking and collaboration across all disciplines at the Royal Surrey.