Today: 18.Aug.2017

Jeremy Li, IAEA: Radiopharmaceuticals are a key component of nuclear medicine, and are crucial to fighting cancer and several other medical conditions. Their use, however, requires extensive personnel training on patient safety and equipment handling. Thanks to a recent IAEA training course, radiopharmacists from across Africa have acquired new skills and knowledge in this area and have since shared what they learned with their co-workers back home.

Published in Radioisotopes

Dale Bailey - Review of last 30 years in nuclear medicine in Australia and projections for the future.

Published in Radioisotopes

George Segall, Chief of Nuclear Medicine Services, Department of Veterans' Affairs explains the tremendous progress nuclear medicine has brought to health care for heart, cancer and many other illnesses.

Published in Radioisotopes

Konstantin German - Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences (IPCE RAS), Moscow, Russia & Medical institute REAVIZ Radiodiagnosticadvantage. Nuclear medicine tests differ from most other imaging modalities in that diagnostic tests primarily show the physiological function of the system being investigated as opposed to traditional anatomical imaging such as CT or MRI.

Published in People in the News