Japan Radiosurgery Society
Japan Radiosurgery Society (JRSS) was founded in 2009 in Japan to establish a field of communication, education and training among neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, medical physicists, radiation therapy technologists, nurses and so on, those who are engaged in radiosurgery for CNS disorders, spinal diseases, and head & neck tumors. Annual congress has been held around January or February every year.The 12th Annual Congress of Japan Radiosurgery Society (JRSS) 2021, featuring a theme “Aiming at Advanced Integration of Radiotherapy and Imaging,” chaired by Prof. Masayuki Matsuo was held on January 23rd, 2021.
Chairman: Hideyuki Sakurai,MD
Physicians: Hiroshi Igaki,MD, Yoshiyasu Iwai,MD, Takeshi Ebara,MD, Yoshihisa Kida,MD, Hiroyuki Kenai,MD, Yukihiko Koda,MD, Kengo Sato,MD, Yoshiyuki Shioyama,MD, Jun Shinoda,MD, Takashi Shuto,MD, Toru Serizawa,MD, Takaeo Takahashi,MD, Yukihiro Tsuchida,MD, Kazuyuki Tsuno,MD, Koji Tsuboi,MD, Takashi Nakano,MD, Kotaro Nakaya,MD, Toshinori Hasegawa,MD, Nobuyuki Hayashi,MD, Masayuki Matsuo,MD, Yoshimasa Mori,MD
Physicists and Technologists: Yoshitomo Araki, Toru Iida, Yuzo Ishikawa, Kohei Okawa, Munefumi Shinbo, Satoshi Suda, Kota Torikai, Naoya Yamamoto