RaySearch Laboratories has received an order for its RayStation treatment planning system from The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell in New York.
RayStation will serve as an advanced research platform at the University Hospital department of radiation oncology where the staff will use the system to model advanced workflows in multi-criteria optimization IMRT, 4D image registration and dose accumulation as well as other cutting edge technologies.
“We have many projects here at the University Hospital that can benefit from using a platform like RayStation, and we look forward to working with the developers in Stockholm to assess the use of these technologies and how they can help us reach our advanced research goals”, says Hansen Chen, director of technology development and systems integration at the department of radiation oncology.
“RayStation is a clinical treatment planning system built by a very powerful development organization. The fact that we have more than 60 developers with expertise in image processing, optimization and usability analysis provides a unique opportunity for our collaborators to move their projects from investigation into clinical use. We are delighted at the opportunity to work with Hansen and the team at the University Hospital,” said Marc Mlyn, president of RaySearch Americas.