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CRUK RadNet City of London Seminar Series

26 January 2021, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm

RadNet seminar series

Dr Clifton David Fuller, MD Anderson Cancer Center, presents: 'Imaging applications for head and neck radiotherapy toxicity monitoring & reduction.'

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Open to

All

Availability

Yes

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RadNet

Hosted by Dr Crispin Hiley, Radiation Oncology Consultant at UCLH and Associate Professor at the UCL Cancer Institute,

Speaker

Dr Clifton David Fuller, MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Imaging applications for head and neck radiotherapy toxicity monitoring & reduction

Dr. Fuller's research focus remains development of evidence-based "personalized radiotherapy" techniques by incorporation of novel imaging methodologies. To date, the bulk of his work has focused on improving multimodality (e.g. PET-CT, MRI, US) imaging for target delineation in the multi-institutional setting.

He has had specific and singular expertise in imaging physics and human imaging trial design, analysis and execution, acquired as part of his PhD and post-doctoral training. As a formal component of the MD Anderson K12 Paul Calabresi Clinical Trial training program, in addition to direct instruction in clinical trial design and imaging informatics, he has completed ABME board subspecialty certification in Clinical Informatics in addition to primary ABR certification in Radiation Oncology. As a radiation oncologist with informatics certification and formal medical physics training, and is uniquely positioned to execute image-guided radiotherapy clinical trials.