Dr Charles-Antoine Collins-Fekete

University College London & National Physical Laboratory

Charles-Antoine Collins-Fekete is a Research Fellow jointly between University College London and the National Physical Laboratory where he has been working since 2017. In 2013, Charles-Antoine received a M.Sc degree from Université Laval in brachytherapy treatment for prostate cancer. From then, Charles-Antoine completed a doctoral degree between the Massachusetts General Hospital and the German Research Cancer Institute on the topic of novel imaging techniques for proton radiotherapy with a focus on proton tomography. His current research remit covers the application of novel imaging method to improve the accuracy of radiotherapy treatment planning with a focus on multi-energy photon tomography, organ motion adaptation as well as metrology in medical imaging.

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Novel imaging and sensor systems for radiotherapy

This seminar will explain the clinical requirements for imaging cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy and explore the various methods and technologies in current usage. Limitations will be discussed and current developments for improved solutions will be presented.

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