Available to watch now, ViewRay explores MR-guided online adaptive radiation therapy with MRIdian A3i
From Laura Bassi to Marie Curie, for centuries, women have been making important contributions to the world of physics. Now with ViewRay’s MRIdian system, women are leading the charge in bringing the latest advancement of MRI-guided radiation therapy to the forefront of radiation oncology and expanding the medical physics landscape.
MR-guided radiation therapy has stimulated a paradigm shift in external beam radiation therapy. Daily online adaptive therapy is now possible by introducing an advanced imaging modality during treatment delivery. Efforts to streamline its approach are prudent to broaden its availability and realize the clinical benefits. The implementation of a practical approach to an MRgRT online ART workflow will be discussed.
This series of five webinars will specifically highlight women physicists across the globe that are using MRIdian to transform cancer care as we know it. Jennifer Dolan of Henry Ford Health will present this webinar.
This presentation is the third in a series of Women in Medical Physics, supported by ViewRay.
Jennifer Dolan is the director of MR-guided radiation therapy physics at the Henry Ford Cancer Institute in Detroit, Michigan, where she also serves on the radiosurgery physics team. Dr Dolan received her PhD in nuclear engineering and radiological sciences from the University of Michigan in 2013. Upon completion of her studies, Jennifer worked in the nuclear security and nuclear well logging fields. She returned to the University of Michigan in 2016 to obtain her certificate in medical physics and completed her residency at Henry Ford Health in 2019. Her research interests focus on MR-guided adaptive radiation therapy and innovations in novel MR-guided applications to radiation therapy.