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C / W
& No.
Year Title Location Organiser(s) Approx. No.
Participants
Proceedings or Report published as:
C 1 1967
Sept
20-22
Radiosensitizers, Hypoxia and Low Dose rates in Radiobiology and Radiotherapy Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood, Middx O C A Scott
J F Fowler
100 Not published, but original documents (programme, discussion notes etc.) in archives
C 2 1969
Apr
8-11
Charged Particle Tracks in Solids and Liquids Trinity College, Cambridge J W Boag 80 Institute of Physics (1970) eds. G E Adams, D K Bewley, J W Boag ISBN 0854980083
C 3 1971
Jan
5-8
Radiation Effects and the Mitotic Cycle Owens Park, University of Manchester A Howard 150 Current Topics in Radiation Research Quarterly (1972) 7 243-391
C 4 1972
Apr
12-14
Parameters of the Vascular System relating to Radiation Response St Bartholomew's Medical College, London L F Lamerton
P Lindop
115 Not published but for 68 page abstract book see www.osti.gov
C 5 1973
Sept
10-14
Fast Processes in Radiation Chemistry and Biology University of Sussex, Brighton G E Adams 120 Institute of Physics (1975) eds. G E Adams, E M Fielden, B D Michael. ISBN 0471004758
C 6 1974
Sept
16-21
Cell Survival after Low Doses of Radiation: Theoretical and Clinical Implications Bedford College, London T Alper 140 Institute of Physics, (1975) ed. T Alper, ISBN 047102513 5
C 7 1976
Apr
13-15
Medical Images: Formation, Perception and Measurement University of Leeds M J Day 240 Institute of Physics (1976), ed GA Hay ISBN 0471994472
C 8 1977
Sept
5-9
Hypoxic Cell Radiosensitizers in Radiobiology and Radiotherapy St Catharine's College, Cambridge G E Adams 250 British Journal of Cancer (1978) 37 Suppl III
C 9 1979
Sept
11-14
Quantitation of Tumour Response: A Critical Appraisal St Catharine's College, Cambridge J Denekamp 207 British Journal of Cancer (1980) 41 Suppl. IV
C 10 1981
July
13-16
Ultrasound, Microwave and Radiofrequency Radiations: The Basis for their Potential in Cancer Therapy Keble College, Oxford C R Hill
G R ter Haar
150 British Journal of Cancer (1982) 45 Suppl. V
C 11 1983
July
18-22
Cellular Repair of Radiation Damage: Mechanisms and Modifying Agents St Andrew's College, Glasgow S Orr
S Hornsey
111 British Journal of Cancer (1984) 49 Suppl.VI
C 12 1985
Sept
2-5
Assays of Normal Tissue Injury, and their Cellular Interpretation Owens’ Park, University Of Manchester J H Hendry 110 British Journal of Cancer (1986) 53 Suppl. VII
C 13 1986
July
14-18
Free Radical Biochemistry and Radiation Injury Brunel University, Uxbridge R L Willson 79 British Journal of Cancer 55 Suppl. VIII
C 14 1988 Low Dose Radiation: Biological Basis of Risk Assessment New College Oxford K F Baverstock
J W Stather
  Taylor & Francis (1989) eds. K F Baverstock, J W Stather, ISBN 0850667461
C 15 1989
Apr
11-15
Radiobiology of Human Cells and Tissues University of Kent, Canterbury G G Steel 130 Int J Radiat Biol (1989) 56 525-860
C 16 1990
Sept
17-21
Vasculature as a Target for Anti-Cancer Therapy University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology J V Moore 140 Int J Radiat Biol (1991) 60 1-421
W 1 1990
Feb
6-7
Measurement of Radiation-Induced DNA Damage Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton, Surrey T J McMillan
P O’Neill
J H Peacock
K M Prise
32 Int J Radiat Biol (1990) 58 391-396.
W 2 1991
Sept
8-12
Assay of Radiosensitivity and Cancer Predisposition by Chromosome Damage Techniques University of St Andrew's P E Bryant
D Scott
24 Report in archives.
C 17 1992
Apr
13-16
Tumour Assessment and Response to Therapy Studied by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy University of Kent, Canterbury J R Griffiths 115 NMR in Biomedicine (1992) 5 215-328
W 3 1992
Mar
24-25
The Radiobiology of Targeted Radiotherapy Kelvin Conference Centre, Glasgow T E Wheldon 35 Int J Radiat Biol (1993) 63 247-250
W 4 1993 Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response Gray Laboratory, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood B D Michael 47 Int J Radiat Biol (1994) 65 503-508
W 5 1994 The Single Cell Microgel Assay (COMET): Technical Aspects and Applications Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, Surrey G Ross 40  
C 18 1994
Apr
10-14
Radiation Damage in DNA: Physics, Chemistry and Molecular Biology University of Bath P O’Neill 150 Int J Radiat Biol (1994) 66 417-653
C 19 1995 Quantitative Imaging in Oncology University of Newcastle K Faulkner 120 British Journal of Radiology
W 6 1996
June
21-23
Genomic Instability Milton Hill House, Harwell, Oxon. E G Wright   Report in archives.
W 7 1996
DeC  5-8
Research Strategies for the Prevention of Early Events in Human Radiation Carcinogenesis Dublin Institute of Technology C Mothersill 30 Radiation Oncol. Invest. (1997) 5 93-162
Int J Radiat Biol (1997) 71 623-625
W 8 1997 Normal Tissue Effects in Radiotherapy: Physics meets Biology Hartsfield Manor, Betchworth, Surrey JH Peacock
AE Nahum
GG Steel
36 Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys (1998) 73 341-344
W 9 1998
Sept
10-13
Computational Methods in Track Structure Simulation Milton Hill House, Harwell, Oxon H Nikjoo
D T Goodhead
42 Radiation and Environmental Biophysics (1999) 39 Special issue (individual papers published 1998-1999).
W 10 2000
July
13-16
Chromosomal Radiosensitivity: Mechanisms and Applications University of St Andrew's P E Bryant 30 Not published. Report and abstracts in archives.
W 11 2000
Dec  2-4
Radiation Bystander effects: Mechanisms and Applications Dublin Institute of Technology C Mothersill 31 Not published. Report in archives.
C 20 2002
Feb
17-21
Radiation Cancer Analysis and Low Dose Risk Estimation: New Developments and Perspectives Ede, The Netherlands M Brugmans
H Leenhouts
64 To be published in peer-reviewed journal.
W12
2003
Mar 29-31

Microbeam Probes of Cellular Radiation Response
Oxford
M Folkard
B Michael
R Martin
42 Radiat Res (2004) 161: 87-119
W13
2003
Aug 13-15

Physical, Molecular and Cellular Aspects of Auger Processes
Melbourne, Australia
H Nikjoo
R Lobachevsky
R Martin
40 Not published
W14
2006
Aug
8-10

Non-Targeted and Non-Linear Ionising Radiation Effects in Biology and Medicine
Edinburgh
E. G. Wright
B. Austin

40 http://www.srp-uk.org/medicine/mrep060808.pdf
C 21 2008 Jun 4-6 The Radiobiology - Radiation Protection Interface Edinburgh CJ Martin
D Sutton
CML West
EG Wright
172 Report & Meeting Proceedings: J Radiol Protec (2009) 29:A1-A20;
Report: Br J Radiol (2009) 82:353-362
W15 2009 Nov 17-18 Establishment of a Radiogenomics Consortium Manchester CML West 45 Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys (2010) 76:1296-96; Radioth Oncol (2010) 94:117-124
C 22 2011 Feb 2-4 Realising the potential of drug/radiation interactions for cancer treatment Manchester IJ Stratford 120 Not published
w16 2012 Apr 23 Biomarkers for future radiotherapy trials Leicester GD Jones 105 Not published; report in archives
Symposium 1 2015 June 19 Radiobiology Foundations and Radiotherapy Futures- to mark the 90th Birthday of Professor Jack Fowler London Catharine West, Jolyon Hendry, Penny Jeggo, Ester Hammond, Mark Hill, Kaye Williams 115 day event 123 evening reception Not published; short report in "Proceedings"
 
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