7th MR in RT Symposium

Call for Abstracts

June 23–25, 2019 | Toronto

On behalf of the 7th MR in RT Symposium organizing committee we are happy to announce that the call for abstracts is now open.

Abstract submission deadline extended to March 8, 2019 (23:59 EST)

This symposium is a 2.5 day scientific meeting and will include keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations, and will comprise of key topics related to the latest developments of MRI technologies in radiation therapy.


  • MRI-only treatment planning
  • Motion management
  • Robust imaging and image quality
  • Functional imaging and response assessment
  • Image registration
  • Online treatment planning
  • MRI-driven adaptive planning
  • Real-time guidance
  • MRI-guided brachytherapy
  • MRI-guided external beam RT clinical procedures
  • Clinical MRI image review and delineation
  • Clinical studies/trials, first results on MR-guided RT
  • MRI-guided proton therapy
  • QA for MRI-guided radiotherapy
  • Dosimetry in B-field
  • Hardware: phantoms, coils, new technology
  • MRI-guidance RT workflows
  • Abstract submission

  • All abstract submissions should be made here by the author of the abstract before March 8, 2019 (23:59 EST).
  • Authors may submit more than one abstract.
  • Abstracts must be 500 words or less (does not include title, author, affiliation).
  • Abstracts should be formatted using the following sections: Purpose, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusions.
  • Scientific characters are acceptable. Diagrams and graphs will not be accepted.
  • Abstracts without results will not be considered.
  • Submitting authors will be asked to certify that the abstract represent original work.
  • The official language of this conference is English. Translation services will not be provided. All submissions must be in English.
  • Accepted abstracts will be presented as oral or poster presentation.
  • Notification of Acceptance will be sent via email to the submitting author by mid-April 2019. Accepted abstracts will be published in the Medical Physics Journal in June 2019.

    We look forward to your submission!