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量子生命科学会・第1回大会のお知らせ

一般社団法人量子生命科学会より、2019年5月23日(木)に東京大学弥生講堂で開催される第1回大会のご案内が届きました。大会の詳細はこちらをご参照ください。

ICRR2019レジストレーション開始のお知らせ

2019年8月25-29日に開催されるICRR2019のAnnouncementが届きましたので、お知らせいたします。レジストレーションやアブストラクト投稿等の詳細は、大会ホームページをご参照ください。

ICRR 2019 – Registration Now Open

We are delighted to announce that the Registration and Abstract Submission Sites are now open for 16th International Congress of Radiation Research.

The Association for Radiation Research (ARR) is delighted to welcome you to the 16th International Congress of Radiation Research which will be held in Manchester on 25th – 29th August 2019.

The UK has a proud heritage in radiation research and the ARR has had the privilege of being served over the years by many of the world leaders in the field. Our chosen host city of Manchester similarly boasts a rich heritage, from Rutherford to modern-day radiotherapy techniques. Indeed our ICRR2019 logo was developed to reflect the industrial and scientific heritage of Manchester that underpins the vibrancy, innovation and culture of the city today.

The congress is to be held in Manchester Central which houses the city’s historic Central Railway Station, a feature of the Manchester cityscape since 1876 and now reinvented as a distinctive conference venue. Manchester Central is in the heart of the city centre, surrounded by top-class restaurants, nightlife, shopping, cultural and sporting venues for which Manchester is famed. Further afield you’ll find beautiful countryside, historic cities and a wealth of opportunities for an extended stay.

We are looking forward to providing you with a superb environment in which to present, discuss and advance your knowledge of radiation research. As with all previous ICRR International Congresses, ICRR 2019 provides a broad dialogue platform for those working within radiation research and related fields. The scientific programme will be designed to engage researchers across all disciplines and to facilitate the development of multidisciplinary collaboration and interaction. We especially look forward to welcoming our young scientists with scientific and social programmes targeted at the development of our future research leaders.

We look forward to seeing you in 2019. Mancunian friendliness is legendary and an enthusiastic welcome is guaranteed!

平成31年度「放射線の健康影響に係る研究調査事業」公募案内

公益財団法人原子力安全研究協会より平成31年度「放射線の健康影響に係る研究調査事業」公募に関する案内が届きました。マイクロビーム研究に関わる皆様にはご興味がある方もあるかと思いますので、情報を共有いたします。なお、興味をお持ちの場合には事務局までご連絡を頂ければパンフレット等の資料を送付させていただきます。

—以下ご案内文です—
環境省「放射線の健康影響に係る研究調査事業」新規研究課題の公募について

拝啓 時下ますますご清祥のこととお喜び申し上げます。
この度、環境省の「放射線の健康影響に係る研究調査事業」の新規研究課題公募が開始されましたので、ホームページでの掲載文、パンフレット等をお送りさせていただきます。
ご応募いただける方がいらっしやる場合には、環境省ホームページより様式等を入手していただけますと幸いです。
ご不明な点がありましたら以下担当者までご連絡ください。
何卒よろしくお願いいたします。 敬具

(放射線の健康影響に係る研究調査事業事務局)
公益財団法人原子力安全研究協会
企画調整部 真木 啓介
〒105-0004 東京都港区新橋5-18-7
Tel: 03-6810-0419
Fax: 03-5470-1980
E-mail maki@nsra.or.jp

The 7th RARAF Microbeam Training Course「締め切り延長」のお知らせ

The 7th RARAF Microbeam Training Course「締め切り延長」のお知らせ

コロンビア大RARAFのDr. Andrew D. Harkenより、2018年7月23-27日に開催される“7th RARAF Microbeam Training Course”の「締め切り延長」の案内が届きました。 参加ご希望の方は以下をご参照の上でお申し込み下さい。

案内およびポスターのPDFはこちら

7th RARAF Microbeam Training Course, Columbia University, July 23-27, 2018 – EXTENDED APPLICATION DEADLINE

Dear Colleagues,

The 7th RARAF Microbeam Training Course at Columbia University’s Nevis Laboratories in Irvington, New York will be held on July 23-27, 2018. The course is designed to provide a “pipeline” of researchers interested in the use and development of microbeam facilities for research in biology, radiation biology, and radiation physics.

Sponsored by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), the five-day course will be offered for the seventh time to a limited group of scientists, selected by an open competitive application process. Application to the program is open to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty with an interest in the use and development of microbeam facilities. Both foreign nationals and U.S. citizens may apply to the program.

The goal of this training course is to give physicists and biologists a thorough and hands-on introduction to microbeam technology. At the end of the course, participants should understand how microbeams work, what experiments can be performed using a microbeam, why these experiments are of biological interest, and how to perform these experiments. As there will be a significant “hands-on” aspect, we plan for a maximum of 9 participants. The course will be designed to emphasize specific needs (e.g., imaging, designing a microbeam facility) as requested by the participants. This intense program is taught by leading Columbia University biologists and physicists who are pioneers in the development and use of microbeam technologies. Limited support for travel and housing will be available.

Interested applicants are required to submit:

1. a copy of their curriculum vitae
2. a statement (one page or less) of how they intend to use the knowledge gained from the course and whether they will need financial support.

EXTENDED DEADLINE
Applications should be sent to Course Director Marcelo Vazquez, MD, Ph.D. (mvazquez@llu.edu) by 5 p.m. PT, Friday, March 30, 2018.

Information on the course and educational materials are also available online at http://www.raraf.org/microbeamtrainingMain.html

A very limited number of participants will be able to arrange the shipping of biological samples before the course and stay afterwards to perform microbeam experiments using their own biological systems. Such arrangements will have to be made well before the course and approved by the RARAF staff.

Please, do not hesitate to contact me if you are interested in the course or in sending a colleague to the course or if you have any questions.

Regards,

Marcelo E. Vazquez, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, RARAF Microbeam Training Course
Associate Professor
Lead, Clinical Translational Radiobiology Research
Dept. of Radiation Medicine
Loma Linda University Medical Center, B121
11234 Anderson Street
Loma Linda, CA 92354
Phone: 909 558 9490
Cell (516) 512-2032
Fax (909) 558-4083
E-mail:
mvazquez@llu.edu
Alfa Pager: mvazquez@my2way.com

The 7th RARAF Microbeam Training Courseのお知らせ

コロンビア大RARAFのDr. Andrew D. Harkenより、2018年7月23-27日に開催される“7th RARAF Microbeam Training Course”の案内が届きました。 参加ご希望の方は以下をご参照の上でお申し込み下さい。

詳細PDF: Microbeam Training Course Flyer 2018
案内ポスターPDF: Poster RARAF 2018

Dear Colleagues,

The 7th RARAF Microbeam Training Course at Columbia University’s Nevis Laboratories in Irvington, New York will be held on July 23-27, 2018. The course is designed to provide a “pipeline” of researchers interested in the use and development of microbeam facilities for research in biology, radiation biology, and radiation physics.

Sponsored by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), the five-day course will be offered for the seventh time to a limited group of scientists, selected by an open competitive application process. Application to the program is open to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty with an interest in the use and development of microbeam facilities. Both foreign nationals and U.S. citizens may apply to the program.

The goal of this training course is to give physicists and biologists a thorough and hands-on introduction to microbeam technology. At the end of the course, participants should understand how microbeams work, what experiments can be performed using a microbeam, why these experiments are of biological interest, and how to perform these experiments. As there will be a significant “hands-on” aspect, we plan for a maximum of 9 participants. The course will be designed to emphasize specific needs (e.g., imaging, designing a microbeam facility) as requested by the participants. This intense program is taught by leading Columbia University biologists and physicists who are pioneers in the development and use of microbeam technologies. Limited support for travel and housing will be available.

Interested applicants are required to submit:
1. a copy of their curriculum vitae
2. a statement (one page or less) of how they intend to use the knowledge gained from the course and whether they will need financial support.

Applications should be sent to Course Director Marcelo Vazquez, MD, Ph.D. (mvazquez@llu.edu) by 5 p.m. PT, Friday, March 16, 2018.
Information on the course and educational materials are also available online at http://www.raraf.org/microbeamtrainingMain.html

A very limited number of participants will be able to arrange the shipping of biological samples before the course and stay afterwards to perform microbeam experiments using their own biological systems. Such arrangements will have to be made well before the course and approved by the RARAF staff.

Please, do not hesitate to contact me if you are interested in the course or in sending a colleague to the course or if you have any questions.
Regards,

Marcelo E. Vazquez, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, RARAF Microbeam Training Course
Associate Professor
Lead, Clinical Translational Radiobiology Research
Dept. of Radiation Medicine
Loma Linda University Medical Center, B121
11234 Anderson Street
Loma Linda, CA 92354
Phone: 909 558 9490
Cell (516) 512-2032
Fax (909) 558-4083
E-mail: mvazquez@llu.edu
Alfa Pager: mvazquez@my2way.com

The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response(IWM2017)中止のお知らせ

過日ご案内いたしました「The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam
Probes of Cellular Radiation Response(IWM2017)」ですが、英国にて頻発してい
るテロ事件等の影響もあり主催者において中止を決定したとの連絡がありましたので
お知らせ致します。

The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Responseのお知らせ (Final call for abstracts)

2017年9月14-15日に開催される“The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response”のアブストラクト締切が6月23日まで延長されましたので、お知らせいたします。詳細は、Flyerをご参照ください。

開催日: 2017/9/14-15
場所: Education Centre (Dept 17), The Christie, Manchester, M20 4BX (イギリス・マンチェスター)
Organizers: Prof. Karen Kirkby (The Christie & University of Manchester) and Dr. Mike Merchant (University of Manchester)
E-mail: education.events@christie.nhs.uk

アブストラクト締切:2017/06/23まで
早期参加登録締切:2017/07/14まで (参加費 £190、締切後は£210)
懇親会費:£60

FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response

Dear Esteemed Colleague,

I would like to invite you to attend the 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response, IWM2017, 14th-15th September 2017. IWM2017 will be hosted by the University of Manchester and the Christie NHS Foundation Trust, at the Christie Hospital, Manchester, UK.

We are inviting abstracts for attendees who would like to present a contributed talk or poster at the conference. Please submit your abstract to education.events@christie.nhs.uk by 23rd June 2017 to be considered.

The aim of this international workshop is to bring together world experts to discuss recent progress in the use of microbeams to investigate the radiation biology underpinning particle therapy and understand the cellular response to radiation.

Topics will include:
– Radiation biology of particle therapy
– Cellular and tissue effects
– Microbeam facility design
– X-ray and Laser microbeams
– Particle therapy research facilities
– Clinical translation from microbeam research

A flyer for the workshop is attached to this email. Please circulate this email and flyer to any colleagues who may be interested in attending.

In case of any questions please feel free to contact us education.events@christie.nhs.uk. We hope to see you in Manchester in September!

Early bird registration deadline: Book before 14th July 2017!

Kind regards,

IWM2017 Local Organising Committee

The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Responseのお知らせ (1st Announcement)

2017年9月14-15日に開催される“The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response”の1st Announcementが届きましたので、お知らせいたします。参加申込み等の詳細は、シンポジウムの開催案内をご参照ください。

開催日: 2017/9/14-15
場所: Education Centre (Dept 17), The Christie, Manchester, M20 4BX (イギリス・マンチェスター)
Organizers: Karen Kirkby (The Christie & University of Manchester) and Mike Merchant (University of Manchester)
E-mail: education.events@christie.nhs.uk

アブストラクト締切:2017/05/14まで (予定)
早期参加登録締切:2017/07/14まで (参加費 £190、以降の参加登録費は、£210)
懇親会費:£60

Flyerはこちら

Dear Esteemed Colleague,

I would like to invite you to attend The 13th International Workshop on Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response (IWM2017).The event will be hosted by the University of Manchester and the Christie NHS Foundation Trust, at the Christie Hospital, Manchester, UK.

The aim of this international workshop is to bring together world experts to discuss recent progress in the use of microbeams to investigate the radiation biology underpinning particle therapy and understand the cellular response to radiation.

Topics will include:

– Radiation biology of particle therapy
– Cellular and tissue effects
– Microbeam facility design
– X-ray and Laser microbeams
– Particle therapy research facilities
– Clinical translation from microbeam research

Abstract submissions are welcome, if you would like to present a contributed talk or poster at the conference, please submit your abstract to education.events@christie.nhs.uk by 14th May 2017 to be considered.

Early bird bookings are open until the 14th July 2017. We look forward to welcoming you to Manchester in September!

Kind regards,

IWM2017 Local Organising Committee

The 6th RARAF Microbeam Training Courseのお知らせ

コロンビア大RARAFのDr. Andrew D. Harkenより、2017年5月22-26日に開催される“6th RARAF Microbeam Training Course”の案内が届きました。 参加ご希望の方は以下をご参照の上でお申し込み下さい。

詳細PDF: Microbeam Training Course Flyer 2017
案内ポスターPDF: 2017 Poster

Dear Colleagues,

The 6th RARAF Microbeam Training Course at Columbia University’s Nevis Laboratories in Irvington, New York will be held on May 22-26, 2017. The course is designed to provide a “pipeline” of researchers interested in the use and development of microbeam facilities for research in biology, radiation biology, and radiation physics.

Sponsored by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), the expanded five-day course will be offered for the sixth time to a limited group of scientists, selected by an open competitive application process. Application to the program is open to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty with an interest in the use and development of microbeam facilities. Both foreign nationals and U.S. citizens may apply to the program.

The goal of this training course is to give physicists and biologists a thorough and hands-on introduction to microbeam technology. At the end of the course, participants should understand how microbeams work, what experiments can be performed using a microbeam, why these experiments are of biological interest, and how to perform these experiments.  As there will be a significant “hands-on” aspect, we plan for a maximum of 9 participants. The course will be designed to emphasize specific needs (e.g., imaging, designing a microbeam facility) as requested by the participants. This intense program is taught by leading Columbia University biologists and physicists who are pioneers in the development and use of microbeam technologies.  Limited support for travel and housing will be available.

Interested applicants are required to submit:

  1. a copy of their curriculum vitae
  2. a statement (one page or less) of how they intend to use the knowledge gained from the course and whether they will need financial support.

Applications should be sent to Course Director Marcelo Vazquez, MD, Ph.D. by 5 p.m. PT, Monday, February 6, 2017.

Information on the course and educational materials are also available online at http://www.raraf.org/microbeamtrainingMain.html

A very limited number of participants will be able to arrange the shipping of biological samples before the course and stay afterwards to perform microbeam experiments using their own biological systems. Such arrangements will have to be made well before the course and approved by the RARAF staff.

Please, do not hesitate to contact me if you are interested in the course or in sending a colleague to the course or if you have any questions.

Regards,

Marcelo E. Vazquez, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, RARAF Microbeam Training Course
Associate Professor
Lead, Clinical Translational Radiobiology Research
Dept. of Radiation Medicine
Loma Linda University Medical Center, B121
11234 Anderson Street
Loma Linda, CA 92354
Phone: 909 558 9490
Cell (516) 512-2032
Fax   (909) 558-4083
E-mail: mvazquez@llu.edu
Alfa Pager: mvazquez@my2way.com

日本放射線影響学会第59回大会における関連集会

日本放射線影響学会第59回大会 (10月26~28日・JMSアステールプラザ・広島)において、以下の関連集会の開催を予定していますのでお知らせいたします。日時及び各演者の講演タイトル等については後日追って掲載いたします。

1. 日本放射線影響学会第59回大会でのワークショップ

平成28年10月26日(水) 10:25 ~ 11:40 C会場
「マイクロビーム放射線応答研究ワークショップ ―放射線防護およびがん治療への応用―」

  • 座長: 舟山知夫(量子科学技術研究開発機構)・古澤佳也(量子科学技術研究開発機構)
  • 演者: 前田宗利(若狭湾エネルギー研究センター)・小林亜里紗(量子科学技術研究開発機構)・鈴木芳代(量子科学技術研究開発機構)・松本英樹(福井大学)

2. 日本放射線影響学会第59回大会でのランチョンセミナー

平成28年10月26日(水) 11:50 ~ 12:50 C会場

  • 日本マイクロビーム生物研究会総会
  • その他