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Live - Thursday, September 23, 2021, at 1:00 PM ET
Presented by Yasmin McQuinlan, BRT
Registration is Free. (See registration instructions below.)
Sponsored by Mirada Medical
Artificial Intelligence has hit the Radiation Therapy scene with fanfare. Dosimetrists should understand some basic concepts and terminology of Artificial Intelligence, so they feel empowered in their practice. This webinar will cover some examples of how AI is used in the clinic, as well as how it has been woven into our everyday lives.
Educational Level: Entry Level
Yasmin McQuinlan, BRT, is trained as both a dosimetrist and a radiotherapist from New Zealand. She worked clinically in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, in both the public and private sectors.
Yasmin became more interested in research and how the technology can be better integrated into the clinic for the benefit of clinicians and patients. While living in London, she was a Research Radiotherapist at DeepMind for Google, working on AI auto segmentation for Head and Neck cancer patients. Yasmin is now a Research Dosimetrist at Mirada Medical, Oxford, UK. She is contributing to the development and improvement of deep learning auto segmentation. She also retains a position at Guys' and St Thomas' NHS Hospital in London as a Research Dosimetrist, driving a research collaboration as a part of the London Medical Imaging & AI Centre for Value-Based Healthcare Consortium.
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