The Kent Riley Award was established in memory of our excellent colleague and good friend Kent Riley, who left us prematurely in 2014 at the young age of 43. It was first announced in 2015, in the frame of the 8th Young Researchers BNCT Meeting (8YBNCT) at Pavia. Since then, winners of the Kent Riley Award are presented at the closing ceremony of every YBNCT meeting. The Kent Riley award is obtained by those young researchers in BNCT who, in the judgement of the Review Committee of the YBNCT congresses, deliver the best presentation (oral or poster) of original scientific work.
María Pedrosa – “Neutron Irradiation of in-vitro samples at Institute Laue-Langevin”, Universidad de Granada, Spain. – 2019. YBNCT 10 Finland.
Tien-Li Lan – “Salvage Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT) for the First Case of Recurrent Glioblastoma in Taiwan”, Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan – 2017. YBNCT 9 Kyoto.
Andrea Monti Hughes – “BNCT preliminary studies in an oral cancer model that allows for the study of tumor control, mucositis in precancerous tissue and development of second primary tumors: Characterization of the 8-week cancerization model”, National Atomic Energy Commission, Argentina – 2017. YBNCT 9 Kyoto.
Setareh Fatemi – “Monte Carlo study of the imaging performances of a 20x20x20 mm3 CdZnTedetector prototype”, University of Pavia – 2017. YBNCT 9 Kyoto.
James Vohradsky – “Evaluation of silicon and diamond based microdosimetry for boron neutron capture therapy applications”, University of Wollongong, Australia. 2017. YBNCT 9 Kyoto.
Ricardo Ramos – “Study of thermal neutron scattering nuclear data for dosimetry calculations”, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina. 2015. YBNCT 8 Pavia.