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International Session 05 - Leveraging Information Technologies in Mitigating Risks and Globally Improving Quality in Radiation Oncology Part 1: Current Information Technology Challenges and Mitigation Strategies

Improving Interconnectivity and Intraoperability in Radiation Oncology; IHE-RO Initiative

Monday, October 22
11:21 AM - 11:39 AM
Location: Room 005

Ramon Alfredo Siochi, PhD

Disclosure:
Employment
West Virginia University: Professor: Employee

Ownership
Infondrian: Co-Founder of Company

Leadership
Infondrian: Co-Founder; Penn Ohio Chapter of the AAPM: President-Elect; West Virginia University Department of Radiation Oncology: Associate Chair; Director of Medical Physics

Biography:
Ramon Alfredo C. Siochi, PhD, DABR, FAAPM is the Associate Chair and the Director of Medical Physics of the Department of Radiation Oncology at West Virginia University Medicine. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a PhD in Solid State Physics in 1990. He received his MS in Radiological Physics from the University of Cincinnati in 1995. He worked for Siemens, becoming the inventor of the year 2000, with 22 patents in radiotherapy. He has also worked for St. Jude Children's Hospital, and the University of Iowa. He co-founded Infondrian, LLC, a healthcare software company. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology, and a Fellow of the AAPM. He has led many IT, quality, and safety related committees within the AAPM and ASTRO, co-chairs the Radiation Oncology Safety Stakeholders Initiative, is the physics co-chair of the planning committee of IHE-RO, serves on the Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics, and is President-Elect of the Penn-Ohio Chapter of the AAPM. He has mentored 20 graduate students or residents, published over 50 articles, given over 80 regional, national, and international presentations, and written over 30 SQL and 40 software applications.

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