IROC QA Centers

IROC

IROC Ohio

IROC Philadelphia



IROC Rhode Island

IROC St Louis



Clinical Trial Reorganization

TRIAD

IROC Announcements

TG-142 (New Announcement)

Heterogeneities

A list of treatment planning systems (TPS) and algorithm for...

ASTRO Safety Considerations for IMRT

NCI Bulletin

Surgical and Radiation Therapies for High-Risk Early Lung Cancer...

Protons in Clinical Trials

NCI guidelines

New Proton Approval Site Visit Cost-Sharing Structure for NCI-Sponsored Cooperative Group Clinical Trials

Procedural Guidelines

IGRT

With the recent interest in use ...

IMRT

ATC Guidelines for the Use ...

MDADL ADCL RDS EORTC Short Courses

The M.D. Anderson Dosimetry Laboratory offers calibration of dosimetry equipment through the Accredited Dosimetry Calibration Laboratory and anatomical phantoms for H&N and Pelvis for dosimetry QA. Click here for MDADL website, where you can get more infomation on calibration and phantom services.

The ADCL at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is fully accredited for external beam and brachytherapy calibrations.

Radiation Dosimetry Services offers mailed dosimeters for dosimetry QA.

Physics courses related to therapeutic radiology offered at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center.

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The Radiation Oncology Group (ROG) recommends to its members, the services of the Imaging and Radiation Oncology Core (IROC) at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. The IROC provides external dosimetry monitoring of photon and/or electron beams.

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IAEA Corner

The IAEA has published a number of reports of interest to medical physicists, but they are sometimes hard to find on the IAEA web site. Also, new IAEA reports in our field are published in a new series called the Human Health Series.

Reports

For a list of publications from the Department of Dosimetry and Medical Radiation Physics (DMRP).

Educational Materials

For the list of publications from the Department of Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy (ARBR).

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