2022 Anthony J. Mackay Student Paper Contest Winners
Every year, CRPA’s Student and Young Professionals Committee organizes the Anthony J. Mackay Student Paper Contest. The winner receives the Anthony J. MacKay trophy and a $250 cash prize, and the winning paper is published in the CRPA Bulletin.
The 2022 contest was held in conjunction with the ICRP 2021+1 Symposium in Vancouver, BC, in November. Two prizes were awarded this year — one for the best overall presentation (international) and one for the best Canadian presentation.
|Sihwan Kim||Leah Shuparski-Miller (left), Sihwan Kim (centre), and Matthew Bernacci (right).|
The international winner was awarded the ICRP student contest trophy:
Sihwan Kim, Seoul National University, Development and Evaluation of Overscan Detection Algorithm for AI-Augmented Auditing of Low-Dose Chest CT
|Felix Mathew||Leah Shuparski-Miller (left), Felix Mathew (centre), and Matthew Bernacci (right).|
The Canadian winner was awarded the Anthony J. MacKay trophy:
Felix Mathew, McGill University, Cell DNA Sequencing – A Potential Dosimetric Tool.
The trophies were presented by Leah Shuparski-Miller and Matthew Bernacci.
Congratulations to the winners!
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