Network. Collaborate. Celebrate!
Our symposium to mark OMPI’s 30th anniversary will be held on Thursday, Nov. 7 (International Day of Medical Physics) at Carleton University.
This is the OMPI event of the year for everyone from OMPI members and medical physics graduate students to others with a casual interest in applications of physics to medicine. We especially look forward to seeing former OMPI members and alumni for this half-day event that will be an occasion for networking, collaboration, and a bit of a party.
OMPI 30th Celebration Program (Tentative)
|1 pm – 1:30 pm||Poster Viewing and Networking|
|1:30 pm – 1:37 pm||Welcome and Opening Remarks by Benoit-Antoine Bacon, President and Vice-Chancellor of Carleton University|
|1:37 pm – 2 pm||Introduction to OMPI and its History by Paul Johns|
|2 pm – 2:30 pm||Presentation by Ran Klein: Bringing Rubidium-82 Cardiac PET from Idea to Market|
|2:30 pm – 3 pm||Presentation by Emily Heath: 4D Monte Carlo Based Patient-Specific Dose Reconstruction of Radiation Therapy Delivery|
|3 pm – 3:45 pm||Health Break, Kahoot Quiz, and Poster Viewing – Refreshments and cake will be served|
|3:45 pm – 4:30 pm||Panel Session: Collaborations and Innovation Within the City, Existing and New
|4:30 pm – 5 pm||Presentation by Lindsay Beaton-Green: Using Imaging Flow Cytometry and a Multiparametric Approach for High-Throughput Radiation Biodosimetry|
|5 pm – 5:10 pm||Walk to Baker’s Grille in the University Centre|
|5:10 pm – 6:30 pm||Reception at Baker’s Grille
*Please note: The reception is free to registered OMPI30 attendees and their guest(s). Alcoholic beverages are not included and can be purchased separately at the restaurant.
|6:30 pm – 9 pm||Dinner at Baker’s Grille
*Please note: The dinner buffet is optional for registered OMPI30 attendees and their guest(s). If you would like to attend this portion of the event, please pay in advance (online) using the OMPI30 registration link. Tickets are $50 per person. Alcoholic beverages are not included and can be purchased separately at the restaurant.
Parking is available for visitors on campus for a fee and is available in several on-street locations, open lots, and parking garages. Please view the Campus Map for all available parking locations. Residence Commons is marked CO on the map.
For this event, the recommended parking location is the multi-storey garage P18, located at the north end of campus, which straddles the O-train track.
Visit the Parking Services website for further information.
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