9th AROI ICRO Clinical Radiobiology Teaching Course (South Zone)

Indian College of Radiation Oncology (ICRO), the wing of Association of Radiation Oncologists of India (AROI) is conducting a course on Clinical Radiobiology for Radiation Oncologists.

Date & Venue details
  • Date: 25th May 2019, 8.30 am onwards
  • Venue: Retreat Auditorium, MIOT International, Chennai
Course Aim
  • To understand radiobiological principles
  • To know its clinical applications and implications
Course Eligibility
  • 1 / 2 / 3 year(s) MD / DNB / DMRT (Radiation Oncology) post graduate students
  • Senior residents & professional radiation oncologists
  • AROI Membership is mandatory (If non-member, please contact Dr. V. Srinivasan, Mob: +91 98410 22366).
  • Travel & accommodation to be borne by participants
  • The course is FREE without any programme fee (Prior registration is mandatory).
Registration
  • Online Registrations Closed. For more information, please contact Ms. Monica – Mob: +91 77080 68218, Email: monica.gk@miothospitals.com
  • Kindly Note: For Radiation Oncology students, AROI membership is mandatory to attend this course.
  • Those without AROI membership must register for it at the venue. Registration charges: Rs.6500/-, payable through cash / DD (DD in the name of Association of Radiation Oncologist of India), along with passport size photo
  • Spot Registration Available

Programme Schedule

8.30 am Registration
9.15 am – 9.30 am Inauguration
9.30 am – 11.15 am Modules: 1 & 2 (Interaction with matter & radiation injury to cells, Mechanism of cell survival curve, Exponential relationship, D10 & D0, Multi-model, L-Q Model)
11.15 am – 11.30 am Tea
11.30 am – 1.15 pm Module 3 (Clinical applications of L-Q models, Normal tissue injury with emphasis to spinal cord BED and its clinical applications, Altered fraction and its radiobiological basis)
1.15 pm – 2.00 pm Lunch
2.00 pm – 3.15 pm Module 4 (Radiobiology of hypofractionation, SRS & SBRT, Factors affecting cell survival curve, HRS & IRR, Dose rate effect, Oxygen effect, Radiobiology of fractionated RT, Intrinsic sensitivity and SF2)
3.15 pm – 3.30 pm Module 5 (4 R’s of Radiobiology, Role of 4 R’s in SRS & SRT, TCP, NTCP, Therapeutic ratio LET and RBE)
4.45 pm Valedictory

Association of Radiation Oncologists of India (AROI)

President Secretary President Elect
Dr. Rajesh Vashistha
Principal consultant & Medical Advisor,
Max Superspeciality Hospital,
Bathinda (Punjab)
Mob: 9316911970
Email: drvashistha@gmail.com
Dr. G.V. Giri
Consultant Radiation Oncologist,
Dept of Radiotherapy Sri Shankara
Cancer Hospital & Research Centre,
Bangaluru Mob: 9342880379
Email: girishuba@gmail.com
Dr. Manoj Kumar Gupta
Prof. & Head –
Dept. of Radiotherapy, AIIMS,
Rishikesh
Mob: 98161 37344
Email: mkgupta62@yahoo.co.in

Indian College of Radiation Oncology (ICRO)

Chairman Vice-chairman
Dr. Satyjit Pradhan
Prof. – Dept. of Radiotherapy & Radiation
Medicine IMS, BHU, Varanasi
Mob: 94152 28261
Email: satyajit.pr@gmail.com
Dr. D N Sharma
Prof, Dept of Radiotherapy AIIMS,
New Delhi
Mob: 98689 69899
Email: sharmadn@hotmail.com
Secretary Course Director
Dr. V. Srinivasan
Head – Radiation Oncology
MIOT International, Chennai.
Mob: 98410 22366
Email: secretaryicro@gmail.com
Prof. Manoj Gupta
Prof. & Head – Dept. of Radiation Oncology
AIIMS, Rishikesh
Email: mkgupta62@yahoo.co.in
Course Coordinator Organized by
Dr. Sunitha Prabakar
Radiation Oncologist,
MIOT International, Chennai
Email: prabs09@yahoo.com
Department of Radiation Oncology,
MIOT International,
Chennai
For further queries or assistance If you require more information, please contact Ms. Monica - Mob: +91 77080 68218, Email: monica.gk@miothospitals.com