Webinar Series 2023

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EFOMP Special Interest Group on Radionuclide Internal Dosimetry (SIGFRID) webinar series


The EFOMP Special Interest Group on Radionuclide Internal Dosimetry was created in February 2021 and has a membership of 150 Medical Physicists specialised in this subfield.

The rationale of this SIG

Therapeutic applications in nuclear medicine are developing rapidly. They use a growing range of vectors (simple vector molecules, peptides, antibodies), medical devices (radiolabelled microspheres) and radioactive isotopes (beta, but also alpha or Auger). Due to this variety, the characterisation of the irradiation delivered to the patient is at the same time stimulating and challenging. Nevertheless, treatment planning and verification in nuclear medicine therapy, seldom performed in the past in radioiodine therapy for benign or malignant thyroid disease, is nowadays requested (implementation in national law of the Basic Safety Standard Council Directive EU 2013/59). Moreover, reliable absorbed dose calculations are now available thanks to technological and scientific developments of the last decades.

More information about SIGFRID could be found via this link.

A series of scientific and educational webinars will be planned in 2023 and will be open to everyone interested.

Organisers: SIGFRID

Ernesto Amato & Steffie Peters

Email: webinars@efomp.org


SIGFRID webinar




Jan 31, 2023

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EET                                  

"Dosimetry Case report", a clinical case related to dosimetry will be discussed with plenty of time for discussion.

Registration is open!

Nicolas Varmenot & Ludovic Ferrer (Institut de Cancérologie de l'Ouest, France)

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