Modelling/Verification of doses delivered to deformable moving targets
von Yeo, Adam Unjin
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The precision of modern radiation therapy techniques is limited by the motion and deformation of tumours and surrounding anatomy. Dr Yeo has developed the world's first deformable three-dimensional radiation dose detector. He used it to experimentally validate a mathematical modelling approach to accounting for deformation in radiotherapy of liver cancer. His work is recognised by numerous citations of many of his publications in international peer-reviewed journals. This book is a collection of his findings during his PhD research. Yeo's work continuously focuses on developing tissue-equivalent deformable phantoms, validating mathematical deformation models, and clinically implementing deformation adaptive approach for cancer diagnosis, image-guided therapies, and treatment evaluation/assessment.
Yeo, Adam Unjin
Dr Yeo was born in Seoul, South Korea and immigrated to Australia after receiving his B.Sc./B.SoSc. and M.Sc. from Yonsei University. He received his doctorate from RMIT University in 2015. Currently he works at a private hospital in Melbourne as a qualified medical physicist after completing the Radiation Oncology Medical Physics Registrar program
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
19. August 2016
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.015 m; 0.435 kg