Mumbai, India

Head and Neck Teaching Course: Oral Cavity & Paranasal Sinus

The course is aimed at Radiation Oncologists/Physicists involved in the management, including treatment and radiation therapy planning of head and neck cancers in their daily routine. It is designed for a basic understanding of evidence-based management and current updates in head and neck cancers, along with contouring and planning sessions to enhance their knowledge and IMRT/IGRT planning techniques.

Participation by a Radiation Oncologist and a Medical Physicist from the same hospital/ institute is strongly recommended. A special discount on the registration fee has also been provided for this group.


  • Sarbani Ghosh Laskar, Radiation Oncologist, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai (IN)


  • Jesper Grau Eriksen, Clinical Oncologist, Arhus University Hospital (DK)
  • Christian Hansen, Medical Physcist, Odense University Hospital (DK)
  • Daan Nevens, Radiation Oncologist, Iridium Cancer Network Antwerp (BE)






This three-day course intends to enhance the knowledge of the participants in the management and treatment planning of oral cavity and paranasal sinus tumours with contouring and treatment planning sessions

The course intcludes didactic lectures with the final objective that participants should be able to understand and be able to implement the management and advanced radiation therapy planning techniques in the treatment of oral cavity and paranasal sinus tumours, along with recent updates.

The course includes didactic lectures, pre-course online contouring and hands-on training in the treatment planning of oral cavity and PNS tumours. It also has panel discussions and interactive sessions to stimulate discussions and for the exchange of knowledge and foster understanding in this set of common tumors (oral cavity) as well as the uncommon site like paranasal sinus cancer.

Evidence-based management of head and neck cancers: oral cavity and paranasal sinus tumours

Includes didactic lectures

Contouring and planning sessions on the treatment planning systems

Panel discussion on the management

Programme is available on page 6 - page 8 here


  • Multidisciplinary head and neck oncology
  • Evidence based medicine


To be provided if available


Application for CME recognition will be submitted to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME), an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). EACCME credits are recognised by the American Medical Association towards the Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA). Information on the status of the applications can be obtained from the ESTRO office.

Tata Memorial Hospital

Dr. E Borges Road,

Parel, Mumbai,

Maharashtra 400012

Please refer to this document regarding course content as well as fees. 


Please find the registration link for International participants here:

Please note the deadline for registrations is 31 March 2023.