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BIR Annual Radiotherapy and Oncology meeting 2021 (Part 2) 24 Mar 2021

This is the second part of the virtual inaugural meeting for the BIR bringing together national and international experts sharing experiences and expertise in a very wide range of aspects for today’s cutting-edge radiotherapy and oncology. The latest techniques, technologies, methods and issues will be discussed in this comprehensive meeting.

Who should attend?
This event will appeal to anyone working within radiotherapy and oncology including clinical oncologists, radiographers, physicists, service managers, Linac and IT engineers, dosimetrists, manufacturers and department heads.

Five reasons to attend:
1. Enhance your knowledge
2. Hear expert opinion and share your own
3. Refresh your understanding
4. Share your own research
5. Network with colleagues, peers and industry representatives

This event was chaired by Dr Mike Kirby.

  • Dr Patricia Price, Visiting Professor, Imperial College London
  • Ms Julie Massey, Head of Radiation Services, The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust
  • Ms Helen Best, Senior Clinical Radiotherapy Officer, Medical Exposures Group, Public Health England
  • Ms Oonagh Maguire and Una McElroy, Quality Assurance Therapeutic Radiographers, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
  • Ms Alison Sanneh, Principal Educator – Radiotherapy, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust; and Ms Julie Davies, Lead Radiographer, The Christie at Oldham
  • Dr Matthew Bolt, Radiotherapy Physicist, Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust
  • Mr Karan Daga, Medical Student, University of Manchester
  • Dr Shahid Gilani, Doctor, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
  • Ms Virginia Marin Anaya, Proton Therapy Physicist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Richard Speight, Principal Clinical Scientist ARTNET, St James University Hospital
  • Ms Alice Bonanomi, Trainee Radiographer, Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital, Bergamo
  • Professor Bleddyn Jones, Professor of Clinical Radiation Biology, University of Oxford
  • Dr Duncan Wheatley, Consultant Clinical Oncologist Royal Cornwall Hospital and Director of Research and Innovation Cornwall
  • Professor Anthony Chalmers, Chair of Clinical Oncology (Clinical Trials Research), University of Glasgow

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