PHYSICS SECTION
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Call for Recently Published Abstracts and Open Source Papers

We need your support in creating a useful and content-rich Physics section of the RSS website.  Many have requested a literature resource page that includes current and relevant publications related to Physics, Dosimetry, Monte Carlo testing...any articles and abstracts you have found helpful in advancing your knowledge and use your radiosurgery system are welcome.  If you are the author of such a paper and are willing to share it with your colleagues, please send us the link to your abstract and if possible (and legal) the link to the entire paper.  We will post it on our website to share with the Radiosurgery Society Physics community.

Below you will find 2 examples
(our special thanks to the authors who gave us permission to post):

A New Patient Support Pad for CyberKnife Planning & Delivery - A Technical Note
 by James M. Hevezi

High Speed Direct SAD Radiosurgery Beam Scanner by Walter Nikesch, James Hevezi, Irene Monterroso, Daniel Navarro, James Schwade

Remember, it takes the participation and contributions of many to create a valuable resource within the RSS website!!  Don’t just sit back and wait for others, join our team and let’s create something unlike anything else out there!!!

Looking for Abstracts or Presentations from the 2013 SRS/SBRT Scientific Meeting?

Abstracts are available to the public.  Click on the Meeting Abstracts dropdown found under the Abstracts and Presentations menu item.

Presentations from the Summit are only available to RSS members.  To access these files you must first login, then click on the 
Meeting Presentations dropdown found under the Abstracts and Presentations menu item.

TIP/TRICK:  When you are in the listings of abstracts or presentations you can use the small triangles to collapse or expand whole sections, thereby more quickly finding the section(s) you want.
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The RSS SRS/SBRT Scientific Meeting 2014 is endorsed by:
the American Society of Clinical Oncology® (ASCO)
the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) and
the International Stereotactic Radiosurgery Society (ISRS).



the RSS would like to thank the following companies for their generous educational support of the meeting:

DIAMOND

Varian Medical Systems

PLATINUM

Accuray

BRONZE

Elekta

COBALT

Ashland Specialty Ingredients, G.P. - aka Gafchromic
MIM Software
Mirada Medical
Modus QA
Qfix

LEGACY

Accelitech
Alliance Oncology / US Radiosurgery
architection
Brainlab, Inc.
CIRS
CIVCO
Gold Anchor
iba Dosimetry
Integrated Medical Technologies
Orfit
PTW - New York
ScandiDos
Standard Imaging
Sun Nuclear
View Ray
VisionRT
Xcision



This program has the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s approval for quality of educational content. ASCO endorsement does not constitute medical advice. Health care providers should exercise their own independent medical judgment. ASCO® is a registered trademark of the American Society of Clinical Oncology®. Used with permission. This is not an ASCO sponsored event.
the RSS would like to acknowledge and thank our Corporate Members.







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