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1st Prize 2020 – First Time Light Generation in the Eye during Radiation Therapy – Irwin Tendler PhD Young Investigator Award

Irwin I. Tendler PhD graduate of the Dartmouth Medical Physics Education Program received the highly competitive 1st Prize in the Young Investigator Symposium of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) Annual Meeting (virtual) 2020. His work on the characterization of Cherenkov light from the human eye during radiation …

Article published by Jennifer Soter shows that Spreading tattoo ink reveals radiation-induced necrosis

Spreading tattoo ink reveals radiation-induced necrosis 14 Apr 2020 Tami Freeman https://physicsworld.com/a/spreading-tattoo-ink-reveals-radiation-induced-necrosis/ Cherenkov-excited luminescence images of phosphorescent ink in four treated mice (1–4) and two control mice (5 and 6). (Courtesy: Phys. Med. Biol. 10.1088/1361-6560/ab7d16) Monitoring tumour progression during a course of radiation therapy can help determine whether a treatment is working or …

Irwin I. Tendler completes PhD & joins MD Anderson Cancer Center

Irwin I. Tendler is the first candidate to complete his PhD within the Dartmouth Medical Physics Education Program since our CAMPEP accreditation. He successfully completed his thesis titled: “Quantitative Scintillation Imaging for Dose Verification & QA Testing in Radiotherapy”.  He has moved on to join the residency program at the …