Jan  Seuntjens

Professor

Oncology

James McGill Professor

Address:
Director, Medical Physics Unit
Montreal General Hospital
1650 Cedar Avenue
Montreal, QC H3G 1A4

Telephone: 514-934-1934 X 44124
E-mail: jan.seuntjens@mcgill.ca

Education: Ph.D., M.Sc., University of Ghent, Belgium

Clinical Focus: Medical Physics, Radiation Oncology

Research Focus: Radiation Dosimetry; Monte Carlo Simulation; 4D Radiation Therapy; Ionization Chambers.


Recent Presentations:

J Renaud*, A Sarfehnia, K Marchant, M McEwen, C Ross, J Seuntjens, (2014) Experimental determination of megavoltage electron beam k′R50 factors using water calorimetry, ESTRO 33 – Annual ESTRO meting, Vienna, Austria, April 4-8, 2014

T Connell, A. Alexander, P Papaconstadopoulos, M. Serban, S Devic, J Seuntjens (2014) Automated delivery and quality assurance of modulated electron radiation therapy for breast, ESTRO 33 – Annual ESTRO meting, Vienna, Austria, April 4-8, 2014

P. Papaconstadopoulos, F. Tessier, A. Syme, J Seuntjens (2014) On the commissioning of Monte Carlo beam models and dose profile corrections on stereotactc photon beams, ESTRO 33 – Annual ESTRO meting, Vienna, Austria, April 4-8, 2014

P. Watson and J Seuntjens, (2014) A monte carlo model of a miniature low-energy x-ray tube using EGSnrc, COMP July 9-12, 2014, Banff, Calgary, Canada.

Renaud J, Rossomme S, Sarfehnia A, Vynckier S, Seuntjens J, (2014) A water calorimeter for low-energy particle beams, COMP July 9-12, 2014, Banff, Calgary, Canada.

P.Pater, M. Vallieres, J Seuntjens (2014) Hands-on Monte Carlo project assignment as a method to teach Radiation Physics, AAPM 2014, Austin, Texas, July 20-24, 2014, Austin, Texas.

M-A. Renaud, D. Roberge, J Seuntjens (2014) Latent Uncertainties and Performance of a GPU-Implemented Pre-Calculated Track Monte Carlo Method, AAPM, 56th Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, USA, July 20-24, 2014.

Recent Publications:

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