An SGRT event to


at ASTRO 2022

This event took place October 23rd

At the Alamo, San Antonio

This event has already taken place. 

Thank you to everyone who took part in Vision RT’s special SGRT event at the Alamo in San Antonio.

Although this event has already happened, you can still join us at ASTRO 2022, Vision RT is pleased to share some big news: we now have 2,000 systems in clinical use worldwide.

It’s a big milestone and we’re in the mood to celebrate! Come join us at booth 966 and we’d be happy to show you a live demo of our time-saving Surface Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT) solutions. It’s a technology we invented more than 20 years ago to improve the safety and accuracy of radiotherapy, a field where we continue to innovate. We’ve got live demos and some great new tech to show you. Or just pop by to say hello and have a free barista coffee.

It’s going to be a busy event for us and we’re looking forward to catching up with the radiation oncology community. If you’re attending ASRT, you should join us Monday, October 24th, in salons C-D for a couple of great learning sessions:

  • Workshop: SGRT Demonstration of Three Different Workflows for Breast Treatment
    9:15 am and again at 10:30 am
    Ben Deppe, Senior Clinical Applications Support Specialist & Maryelisabeth Tjader, Clinical Applications Support Specialist, Vision RT
  • Lecture: Benefits of Using SGRT for Hypofractionated Treatment Plans
    1 pm and again at 2:15 pm
    Madeleine Krocak, Clinical Applications Support Specialist, Vision RT and Kira-Lee Oliver, Director – Services of the Future, GenesisCare

Our speakers

“Monitor Beam & Position with Cherenkov Imaging

“AlignRT and InBore: Increased Accuracy & Time Savings”

“Paradigm Shift in Patient Safety & Treatment Quality”

“Increasing Throughput and Efficiency”

David J. Gladstone, Sc.D., DABMP, FAAPM, Director of Medical Physics, Education and Research

Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH

Dominique Rash, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Medicine & Applied Sciences

UCSD Health, La Jolla, CA

Daniel W. Bailey, PhD, DABR, Director of Physics and Dosimetry

Sarah Cannon, Nashville, TN

Nancy H. Wiggers, MD, Chairman, Department of Radiation Oncology

Northside Hospital Cancer Institute, Atlanta, GA