Upcoming Webinars

ISRS delivers its 100th Webinar

Since we launched our webinar program in Oct 2016 we have delivered webinars on a fortnightly basis covering important topics related to intracranial and body SRS. These have become increasingly popular during the pandemic attracting hundreds of registrants. We have now completed our 100th webinar. This has all been made possible due to the generosity of the speakers who have given up their time to give high level lectures. Members can access recording of all of the webinars via our website: Access the library here.

Upcoming Webinars


Expanding the utility of SBRT in hepatobiliary and pancreas malignancies

by Yoo Young (Dominique) LEE, MBChB, FRANZCR

Radiation Oncologist, Senior Lecturer
Radiation Oncology Department, Princess Alexandra Hospital I ICON Cancer Centre I University of Queensland 
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 

July 26, 2021, 1:00PM BST

Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT), a modern approach for delivering ablative radiation doses, has dramatically increased the utility of radiotherapy in hepatobiliary and pancreas malignancies. This presentation will review the current indications for SBRT in managing primary and metastatic liver and pancreas malignancies and examine the potential of expanding its utility.


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PseudoPatient Technology - A Personalized Pretreatment Verification in SRS

by Georgios KRITSELIS, MD.

Radiation Oncologist
Radiation Oncology Department “Hygeia Hospital”
Athens, Greece

September 28, 2021, 1:00PM BST

This webinar will introduce PseudoPatient, an anatomically accurate replica of the patient's head, that enables physicians to verify the accuracy of the planned treatment or apply necessary adaptations before implementing it to the patient. Particularly highlights the benefits of using PseudoPatient in cases of hypo fractionated SRS.A personalized patient approach that offers quality assurance with emphasis in improving patient’s quality of life, target escalation dose and minimizing side effects.


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