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Innovation in Radiation Applications

Innovation in Radiation Applications 2017 will unify the diverse scientific communities working with radiations.

All the themed sessions will have focus on Health and Medical Research - namely Radiation Protection, Radiobiology (Radioprotectors, Early Events, Therapeutic concepts and Low dose), Radiation transport – Modeling, Radiation Detection, Materials, Engineered and Applied Materials, Imaging, Medical Imaging, Chemistry (radiochemistry and radiotracers), Radiotherapy, Medical application of Synchrotron Radiation (Therapy and Imaging) and Earth and Environmental Sciences.

Several internationally renowned speakers will be invited to present their work in one of each of these sessions.

The organizing and scientific committee will actively review the abstracts and create the interesting shape of the program, with oral and poster presentations from internationally renowned experienced scientists, mid-career researchers and students. A special attention will be given to early career researchers and they will be given opportunities to present their work in front of international experts in a friendly and supporting environment. Awards will be distributed for best oral and poster presentations. There will be some social events (BBQ, conference dinner) to promote networking and future collaboration.

IRA 2017 Conference articles will be published in Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express.

WHEN
20-22 April 2017

ORGANISERS
Targeted Nano-Therapies Theme at Centre for Medical Radiation Physics (CMRP) / Physics

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
Deadline for receipt of 1 page abstract
14 February 2017
Abstract Instructions and Template

REGISTRATION
Early bird
Registration before the 28 February 2017
Late registration
Registration after the 28 February 2017

CHAIR
Dr Moeava Tehei (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong)

CO-CHAIR
Dr Stéphanie Corde (Prince of Wales Hospital)

LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Dr Moeava Tehei (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Dr Stéphanie Corde (Prince of Wales Hospital), Dr. Susanna Guatelli (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), A/Prof Michael Lerch (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Dr Sianne Oktaria (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Dr. Nan Li (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), K. Ford (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), K. Lyon (School of Physics, UOW, Wollongong), Elette Engels (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Dr Anna Paradowska (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights), Dr. Dale Prokopovich (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights), Dr Marie-Claude Grégroire (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights) and Prof. Anatoly B. Rosenfeld (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong).

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Dr Moeava Tehei (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Dr Stéphanie Corde (Prince of Wales Hospital), A/Prof Michael Lerch (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Dr. Susanna Guatelli (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Prof. Peter Metcalfe (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong), Prof Barry J Allen (University of Western Sydney, Sydney), Dr Daniel Hausermann (Australian Synchrotron, Melbourne), Dr Géraldine LeDuc (NH TherAguix), Prof. Sung-Joon Ye (Seoul National University/Hospital), Prof. Reinhard Schulte (University of California, San Francisco), Prof. Michael Jackson (Prince of Wales Hospital), Dr. Sebastien Incerti (CENBG, Bordeaux, France), Dr. Dale Prokopovich (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights), Dr Anna Paradowska (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights), Dr Marie-Claude Grégroire (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights), Dr Ivan Williams (Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency) and Prof. Anatoly B. Rosenfeld (CMRP, UOW, Wollongong).

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We would like to acknowledge the conference support of the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering.

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For more information please contact Moeava Tehei moeava@uow.edu.au

IMAGE CREDIT
Dee Kramer

Last reviewed: 12 December, 2016