The UF Medical Physics Graduate Program was well represented at last week’s Spring Clinical AAPM Meeting in Orlando Florida.
- Catherine Carranza presented an abstract at the Young Investigator Clinical Symposium titled “Material Differentiation in Virtual Non-Contrast Images and Iodine Maps of a Dual Energy CT (DECT) System”.
- Karl Mund presented a poster titled “Robustness evaluation of a neural network-based deconvolution method of ion chamber-measured photon beam profiles”.
- Nathan Quails presented a poster titled “Characterization of Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeters in a Simulated Fluoroscopy Beam”.
In addition, our current faculty and student attendees met up with several of our alumni, who were also present. It’s great to be a Florida Gator!