A look at the world of Radiation Oncology.
Host Traci Conley interviews the best minds in the field to discuss new ideas, research and the future of Radiation Oncology / Radiation Therapy. Listen and download on your favorite streaming platform!
Roland Teboh, Ph, DABR
John Theurer Cancer Center
Paul Bruce, MS, DABR
Brian Overshiner, B.S., R.T.(T)
ECU Health Radiation
Rajen Patel, MS, MBA, DABR
Mindful Based Healing, LLC
Originally, I was interested in the podcast because I felt that my little niche corner of medical physics expertise might be useful or interesting for a few listeners in the audience, but my attitude has changed and changed dramatically since starting to collaborate with Traci. While I did talk about some specific and technical things in my first episode, it organically shifted towards volunteerism, professional development, trends in the field and soft skills, observations, and ideas for general improvement.
I now feel very strongly that Out of the Gray has touched on something meaningful, working to fill a gap in our field that we didn’t necessarily know we had; we tend to focus very strongly on the technical education aspect, and while that’s important (and discussed on the podcast as well) there is a growing desire for practitioners of our craft to develop and hone skills involving leadership, outreach and collaboration. This has become a forum for those efforts, and I’m humbled and excited to be a part of that.
Talking with Traci on Out of the Gray about gender equity and parental leave in medical physics was half advocacy work and half personal therapy session. Thanks so much to Traci and Standard Imaging for getting the conversation going on important issues in the world of Radiation Oncology.
What an honor to spend time talking with Traci about what many of us are so passionate about, helping people going through one of the most difficult times of their or their loved one’s life. Good people doing great things together. And a huge thank you to Standard Imaging for providing an example and having the vision to invest in a work beyond their bottom line to inspire and educate others in the field of cancer care.
I had the honor of being on Out of the Gray to discuss what it’s like to be a veterinary radiation therapist and all the similarities and differences between the two (human and veterinary). I had a wonderful time speaking to Traci, who made being on the podcast super comfortable and fun.
I had a great talk and time with Traci on the Podcast, discussing some of the novel AI advances in Radiation Oncology. It is really nice to have such a forum where your research can be discussed without the limitation of 8 minute intensive talks and 2 minutes of questions. To my surprise my participation was noticed by several other Swedish colleagues. Traci did a wonderful job and I admire her passion in advocating for medical physics in such a modern format.
New! Out Of The Gray (Gy) Video Podcast Episode
Roland Teboh, PhD, DABR, Director of Clinical Physics at John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center shares his story of finding medical physics from an international perspective and offers advice for all from students, to seasoned members of the field on learning and helping others learn.
W. Neil Duggar, PhD, Assistant Professor & Lead Clinical Physicist at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, chats about how implementing MR helped improved patient success rates.