Kevin Moore Lab


Dr. Moore's research group is dedicated to the dissemination of the best practices in optimized radiotherapy planning. Though the mathematical methods can be complex, the logic behind knowledge-based planning is extremely simple: use past clinical experience to quantitatively inform and improve the practice of radiotherapy for future patients. We hope to serve a direct clinical need by educating clinicians in how to understand and safely adopt knowledge-based methods in their radiotherapy practice.

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Dr. Moore's research is supported in part by a 5-year, $1.9M R01 grant from the Agency of Healthcare Research and Quality.

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3D dose prediction

KNOWLEDGE-BASED 3D dose prediction

This article describes the mathematical basis of 3D KBP and the initial clinical validation of the technique. Validated in prostate and stereotactic radiosurgery.

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Sub-optimal planning risks

RISKS OF SUB-OPTIMAL PLANNING

This article describes the use of knowledge-based planning to quantify the clinical costs of sub-optimal plan quality on RTOG 0126 (multi-institutional trial in prostate cancer).

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KNOWLEDGE-BASED DVH PREDICTION

This article outlines the parametric modeling framework by which dose-volume histograms can be predicted for new patients based on previous optimized treatment plans.

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Dr. Moore's research group is dedicated to the dissemination of the best practices in optimized radiotherapy planning. Though the mathematical methods can be complex, the logic behind knowledge-based planning is extremely simple: use past clinical experience to quantitatively inform and improve the practice of radiotherapy for future patients. We hope to serve a direct clinical need by educating clinicians in how to understand and safely adopt knowledge-based methods in their radiotherapy practice.

Featured Articles

3D dose prediction

KNOWLEDGE-BASED 3D dose prediction

This article describes the mathematical basis of 3D KBP and the initial clinical validation of the technique. Initial treatment site validation in prostate and stereotactic radiosurgery.

Read Now

Sub-optimal planning risks

RISKS OF SUB-OPTIMAL PLANNING

This article describes the use of knowledge-based planning to quantify the clinical costs of sub-optimal plan quality on RTOG 0126 (multi-institutional trial in prostate cancer).

Read Now

Illustration of a couple

KNOWLEDGE-BASED DVH PREDICTION

This article outlines the parametric modeling framework by which DVHs can be predicted for new patients based on previous optimized treatment plans.

Read Now