Poster # 3123 A TCP Model Incorporating Spatial Variation in Tumor Cell Density and Setup Uncertainty to Guide Treatment Planning

Presenter: Jian-Yue Jin, PhD

About the Presenter:
Experience: Aug. 1988- Nov. 1994: Accelerator engineer and instructor (faculty) Fudan University, Accelerator Laboratory, Shanghai, China March 1992-March 1993: Visiting scholar Duke University, Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL), and Dept. of Physics, Durham, NC March 1993-March 1994: Visiting scholar University of North Texas, Ion Beam Modification and Analysis Laboratory (IBMAL), Dept. Of Physics, Denton, Texas Aug. 1998-Feb., 2000: Postdoc fellow Texas Center for Superconductivity of University of Houston (TCSUH), and Dept. of Physics, Houston, Texas Feb. 2000-July 2001: Senior scientist Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, Gloucester, MA 01930 July 2001-July 2003: Radiation oncology physics resident Barnes & Jewish Hospital, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO July 2003-present: Senior Staff Radiation Oncology Physicist Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan Education Masters of Science, Nuclear Physics, Peking University, Beijing China Doctorate, Solid State Physics, University of North Texas Post-graduate Work Fellowship, Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston Residency, Radiation Oncology Mallincrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University Research Interests Currently, Dr. Jin works as a Senior Staff Physicist in Henry Ford's Department of Radiation Oncology. Dr. Jin has broad interests in radiation oncology physics and radiological physics. He had strong research background in Nuclear Physics, Accelerator Physics and Semiconductor Physics before he entered into the medical field. His main research interests are in development and application of advanced technology in Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS), Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT), Image-Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT). He is particularly interested in developing patient motion management strategy and techniques during radiation treatment, improving imaging quality for the next generation cone beam CT, and modeling both MV and KV radiation, particularly the scattered radiation.


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