For the sixth year in a row, the Physics Division (faculty, residents & students) have had several abstracts accepted for national meetings (about 5 per year, consistently). This year, their work highlights their increased collaborations with radiologists, which makes all these projects very exciting. We thank them for their work and look forward to even more projects and the papers resulting from them.
This year, all of the physics research abstracts submitted were accepted for presentations at the National AAPM meeting:
Optimizing Dose Reduction in Adult Head CT Protocols While Maintaining Image Quality in Postmortem Head Scans
I Lipnharski, C Carranza , N Quails , N Correa , D Rajderkar , J Bennett , L Rill , M Arreola
In-Utero Dose Measurements Within Postmortem Subjects for Estimating Fetal Doses in Pregnant Patients Examined with Pulmonary Embolism, Trauma, and Appendicitis CT
I Lipnharski, N Quails , C Carranza , N Correa , S Bidari , M Bickelhaup , L Rill , M Arreola
Direct Measurement of Organ Doses Resulting From Head and Cervical Spine Trauma CT Protocols
C Carranza, I Lipnharski, N Quails, N Correa, L Rill, M Arreola
Raise Your Table: An Effective Way to Reduce Radiation Dose for Fluoroscopy
D Huo, M Hoerner , B Toskich , L Rill
Great job everyone!