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Radiation Therapy, the HITRIplus seminar on Tuesday 28th November

Registrations are now open fort the 14th seminar with professor Manjit Dosanjh

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Redazione Open Innovation

Regione Lombardia

Registrations are now open for the 14th Seminar – “Accelerating the future: designing a robust and affordable radiation therapy treatment system for challenging environments” -, for the HITRIplus project,  that will be held on Tuesday 28th November at 17:00 CET.

Professor Manjit Dosanjh from University of Oxford, ICEC and CERN will present “Accelerating the future: designing a robust and affordable radiation therapy treatment system for challenging environments”.

Manjit Dosanjh is the former senior advisor for medical applications at CERN and a Visiting Professor at the University of Oxford as well as the Project Leader of STELLA (Smart Technologies to Extend Lives with Linear Accelerators) for ICEC (International Cancer Expert Corps).

She has coordinated the ENLIGHT (European Network for Light Ion Hadron Therapy) Network since 2006. She is the Networking Pillar for the HITRIplus project.

She holds a PhD in Biochemical Engineering from the UK and is involved in the fields of cancer and medical applications of physics spanning more than 30 years. During which she has held positions in various academic and research institutions in Europe and the U.S., including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) at the University of California and the European Commission Joint Research Centre in Italy.

She has worked with health - and STEM -related NGOs and with the UN Committee on Status of Women in Geneva for over 20 years with UN-Geneva. She is on the Board of Directors for ICEC based in Washington DC, that is actively involved in addressing the lack of access to cancer treatment in LMICs.

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Your registration will be welcome.

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