Modern radiotherapy is increasingly evolving towards a reduction in the number of fractions. Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT), or as morerecently de ned, SABR (Stereotactic Ablative Body Radiotherapy), is aradiation therapy approach in which high radiation doses are delivered in few fractions focused on small extracranial tumors with rapid dose fall off outside the target. In particular, SBRT/SABR is becoming elective therapy, in several anatomic districts, both for primitive tumors and for metastaticlesions. These results were achieved thanks to a multidisciplinary effort with strong involvement of highly quali ed and skilled professionalstogether with technological progress both in imaging and in treatmentdelivery.
Since we consider this multidisciplinary approach as the key of success,the Italian Association of Radiation Oncology (AIRO) and the Italian Association of Medical Physics (AIFM) organize the 3rd edition of the joint symposium on SBRT within the Fuligno monastery area in Florence.
Filippo Alongi, Brescia University & Sacro Cuore Hospital, Negrar (Verona)
Pietro Mancosu, Humanitas Cancer Center, Rozzano (Milan)
Paolo Bastiani, ASL Centro Florence
Pierluigi Bonomo, Careggi Florence
Barbara Jereczek, Milan University & IEO Milan
Francesca Romana Giglioli, Città della salute Turin
Stefania Pallotta, Florence University & Careggi Florence
Serenella Russo, ASL Centro Florence
Abstract selection committee
Renzo Corvò, Genoa University
Lorenzo Livi, Florence University & Careggi Florence
Stefano Magrini, Brescia University & Spedali Civili Brescia
Carlo Cavedon, University Hospital of Verona
Michele Stasi, Mauriziano Hospital Turin
Cinzia Talamonti, Florence University & Careggi Firenze
AIFM National Secretariat
Day I - Thursday 4th
Session I • Chairs: S. Magrini, Brescia - M. Stasi, Turin
13:30 Welcome messages.
S. Magrini (AIRO President - Brescia) M. Stasi (AIFM President - Turin)
14:00 Lectio magistralis. The future prospective of SBRT.U. Ricardi (ESTRO President - Turin)
14:30 Lectio magistralis. Technologies for SBRT.C. Cavedon, Verona
15:00 Coffee break
Session II • Chairs: R. Corvò, Genoa - S. Russo, Florence
15:30 Physics of IGRT in SBRT: from phantom to patient.L. Masi, Florence
15:50 Motion management for precise medicine.S. Corradini, Munich
16:10 Clinical results of SBRT for abdominal targets M. Scorsetti, Milan
16:40 Discussion time.
17:00 Selected abstracts.
17:30 Learning from every SBRT patient treated. M. Van Herk, Manchester
Day II: Friday 5th
Session III • Chairs: P. Bastiani, Florence - M. Iori, Reggio Emilia
08:30 Lectio magistralis. Geometrical uncertainties in SBRT from imaging and image-guidance to planning and margins. B. Heijmen, Rotterdam
09:00 Radiomics in SBRT: the clinical perspective.V. Valentini, Roma
09:30 Radiomics in SBRT: the physicist's perspective.M. Avanzo, Aviano
10:00 Discussion time.
10:30 Coffee break
Session IV • Chairs: S. Pergolizzi, Messina - S. Pallotta, Florence
11:00 Immunology in SBRT. A. Filippi, Pavia
11:30 Physics of nanoparticles in SBRT. L. Strigari, Rome
12:00 The DEGRO experience in dosimetric and clinical multicenter studies: what next? O. Blank, KIel
12:30 Selected abstracts
13:55 Welcome address. M. Brambilla (EFOMP President - Novara)
Session V – Chairs: V. Donato, Rome - F. Banci Buonamici, Siena
14:00 Physics of SBRT in proton therapy. M. Schwarz, Trento
14:30 Unconventional fractionation in clinical hadrontherapy.R. Orecchia, Milan
15:00 Plan analysis in SBRT. V. Hernandez, Barcelona
15:30 Selected abstracts.
Session VI • Chairs: P. Bonomo, Florence - C. Talamonti, Florence
16:30 SBRT clinical applications: prostate. G. Simontacchi, Florence
17:00 Autoplanning in SBRT.
L. Marrazzo, Florence - C. Fiandra, Turin
17:30 Poster views.
Day III - Saturday 6th
Session VII • Chairs: L. Livi, Florence - L. Spiazzi, Brescia
08:30 Lectio magistralis. Precision radiotherapy through advanced imaging. A. Chiti, Milan
09:00 Physics of MRI/Linac. M. De Spirito, Roma
09:30 SBRT clinical applications: MRI/Linac. F. Lagerwaard, Amsterdam
10:00 Question time.
10:30 Coffee break
Chairs: B. Jereczek, Milan - F. R. Giglioli, Turin
11:00 In-vivo dosimetry in SBRT. M. Esposito, Florence
11:30 SRT clinical applications: brain metastases.S. Scoccianti,Florence
12:00 Small eld dosimetry: IAEA483/ICRU91 views.N. Jornet, Barcelona
12:30 Selected abstracts.
Session IX • Chairs: F. Alongi, Verona - P. Mancosu, Milan
14:00 SBRT clinical applications: re-treatment. M. Trovò, Udine
14:30 Quality controls in SBRT. C. Marino, Catania
15:00 ICRU91: where to normalize the dose - symposium with the whole faculty.
16:00 Best presentations awarding and conclusion.
Call for abstracts
The main program will include oral and poster sections for both Physicists and Radiation Oncologists. In particular the best oral communications (under 35/in training) will be awarded with a cash prize.
Abstracts must be sent to email@example.com within 20th July 2018. Abstracts must be submitted and presented at the conference in English.
Abstracts must be submitted should include:
- The title (maximum 100 characters)
- Three keywords
- The names of the authors with affiliations
- The name of the presenter
- The preference between oral and poster communication
- The appropriate section (Physics or Radiation Oncology)
- If the presenter competes for awards.
Abstracts should be structured into the sections: Introduction; Materials & Methods; Results; Conclusion.
Abstracts should not exceed 3000 characters, spaces included. Abstracts may contain two figures/tables.
Abstracts will be anonymised before review.
Abstracts submitted for presentation will be reviewed by experts in the field of the subject. Abstract review criteria are based on clarity, supporting data, scientific rigour, potential significance, interest in the topic chosen and innovation or usefulness.
Notification of outcome of abstract submission will be sent by email by 15th September 2018.
Accepted abstracts will be published in an online journal.
With the submission of an abstract to “SBRT: from Physics to Clinic”, the corresponding (presenting) author:
- Accepts responsibility for the accuracy of the abstract and ascertains that all authors are aware of the content before submission
- Accepts to be the contact person for all correspondence related to the abstract and to inform the co-authors about its status
- Accepts to identify any financial interest in products or processes described in the abstract. This includes stock ownership, membership on any advisory boards, commercially sponsored research or any other substantial relationships
Continuous education credits
The course will be accredited in Italy for Continuous Medical Education by AIFM, national CME provider (ID No. 416) . More information will be posted as soon as available.
AIFM AIRO ESTRO THASTRO members € 180,00
Non members € 360,00
Students AIFM AIRO members (30 places available) € 30,00
Medical physicist/physician joint registration: a discount of 20%
on the applicable individual net fee (without VAT) will be applied for all joint registrations (1 medical physicist + 1 physician).
Registrations will have to be made individually by both registrants on the same day.
Name of the colleague applying for the reduced rate will be required.
The fee includes: admission to all scienti c sessions, course kit, refreshmentsas per program.
The course will be accredited for 150 participants.
The capacity of the main room is 100 seats. Another room will be videoconnected to the main hall (60 seats available).
Available seats (80) for attendees in the main room will be reserved on a first-come- rst-served basis.
Registration form available on www.fisicamedica.it
Applications for registration will be accepted according to the chronologicalorder of arrival. The registration will be con rmed after the payment of the fee(wire transfer or credit card are available).
The fee must be paid upon the registration for the Course.
The full amount of the registration fee (except for the processing fee (€ 20)will be refunded for cancellations received before September 20th 2018.
Wire transfer or credit card costs will be applied.
No refund will be issued for cancellations received after September 20th 2018. All cancellations must be sent in writing via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) to the course secretariat.
Cancellation con rmation will be sent within one week.
Exhibiting and Supporting
The course will be organized with the unrestricted support of the following companies*:
*Updated June 4th
Venue and general information
The course will be held at the Centro Formazione Montedomini "Il Fuligno" located in via Faenza 44. a few minutes'walking distance from Santa Maria Novella railway station.