Danish Center for Interventional Research in Radiation Oncology
CIRRO is the acronym for ”Danish Center for Interventional Research in Radiation Oncology”. The center is a national platform for research in the use of radiotherapy in treatment of cancer patients. The overall mission is to establish individualized radiotherapy and research projects involve biology, imaging, radiotherapy technology as well as proton therapy.
Participating institutions include the six facilities in Denmark treating cancer patients with radiotherapy (Århus, Ålborg, Odense, Vejle, Herlev and Rigshospitalet), the radiation research at DTU Nutech, and the Danish Center for Particle Therapy (DCPT). Leadership and administration of the center is located at Department of Oncology, Århus University Hospital.
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Functional Imaging in OncoLogy (FIOL) seminars. First Monday of each month from 15:00 – 16:30, in the Conference Room at Department of Oncology, Nørrebrogade 5J, 3rd floor, west end.
DCPT forskning afholdte WP-leder møde i Aarhus tirsdag den 23. august.
Dansk Center for Partikelterapi afholder tirsdag den 17. maj en workshop om 'Dose plan data exchange'.