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    Dr. Shayakhmetov Tanzhas Serikovich

    Image guided radiotherapy (IGRT) · Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT)

    6 Yrs

    "Umit” International Oncological TomoTherapy Center


    Foundation year




    Operations per year


    Medical staff


    Dr. Shayakhmetov Tanzhas Serikovich is the Head of the Medical Physics Department at "Umit" International Oncological TomoTherapy Center. He has 5 years total of work experience. Dr. Shayakhmetov Tanzhas Serikovich has a Master of Science in Medical Physics from the University of Trieste/International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, 2018. Master of Natural Sciences in Physics: M. Kozybayev, North-Kazakhstan State University in Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan, 2015. M. Kozybayev, Bachelor of Education in Physics, North-Kazakhstan State University in Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan, 2013. To advance his professional development, Dr. Shayakhmetov Tanzhas Serikovich completed a number of training courses. The 2018 training course in Florence, Italy entitled "Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy: from Physics to Clinic; IAEA/AAPM Code of Practice for the Dosimetry of Static and Small Photon Fields Joint ICTP-IAEA Advanced School" Trieste, Italy, 2018; Trieste, Italy, 2017: Joint ICTP-IAEA International Workshop on Image Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT) Implementation; Dosimetry and Treatment Planning for Basic and Advanced Applications: School on Medical Physics for Radiation Therapy, Trieste, Italy, 2017; Regional IAEA brachytherapy training course, Moscow, Russia, 2016; Medical physics for clinical radiation therapy regional IAEA training course, Moscow, Russia, 2016; A qualification improvement in "Radiation safety when using ionizing radiation sources" was completed in 2016 in Astana, Kazakhstan; 2016 in Wien, Austria: ESNM Therapy and a Basic Dosimetry Learning Course; In 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan, hosted a national training program on gamma ray therapy planning; Kazakhstan's National Research Institute of Oncology and Radiology provided on-site training in radiation treatment planning and dosimetry in Almaty in 2014; and in the same year, a scientific internship at the Waseda University Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Biosciences in Tokyo, Japan.