The Radiosurgery Society® (RSS) has made a collaborative effort to create three Working Groups (Clinical, Physics and Biology) to address the clinical and scientific facets of GRID, LATTICE, Microbeam and FLASH radiation therapies, with the goal of conducting research to advance clinical treatments for patients. Members of the GRID, LATTICE, Microbeam and FLASH Working Groups are experts in the fields of radiobiology, medical physics and radiation oncology who work collectively to understand the biology, technical and physical parameters, and clinical practice of these emerging technologies.
An International Consensus on the Design of Prospective Clinical−Translational Trials in Spatially Fractionated Radiation Therapy
Radiation Research Special Issue: New Beam Delivery Modalities are Shaping the Future of Radiotherapy
Implementation of New Biology-Based Radiation Therapy Technology: When Is It Ready So Perfect Makes Practice?
Understanding High-Dose, Ultra-High Dose-Rate and, Spatially Fractionated RadiotherapyView Now
The Working Group's most recent symposium took place on March 3, 2022, just prior to the 2022 RSS Scientific Meeting in Carlsbad, CA.
Advancements in GRID, LATTICE and FLASH Radiotherapy Symposium
The RSS, in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health, has hosted two GRID, LATTICE, Microbeam and FLASH Radiation Therapy Workshops. Abstracts from both workshops are available to the public and videos and presentations are available to RSS Members. Use the links below to find out more.
RSS GRID, LATTICE, FLASH and Microbeam Radiation Therapies 2020 Virtual Session
Available FREE to members.
Workshop on Understanding High-Dose, Ultra-Dose-Rate and Spatial Fractionated Radiotherapy
August 21, 2018