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06/10/2016: RADIOMI Final Meeting with Prof. L. Zimmer, Dr. K. Koch & More

28/09/2016: NRC9 Poster award for RADIOMI fellow Anna Krzyczmonik, Solin group More

Publications

14/11/2016: 24th RADIOMI Paper. Dr. Llop's group article in RSC Advances. More

30/09/2016: 23rd RADIOMI Paper. Prof. Gouverneur's group article in press, Chem. Sci. More

22/09/2016: 22nd RADIOMI Paper. Prof. Billard's groups article in J. Org. Chem. More

12/09/2016: 21st RADIOMI Paper. Prof. Gouverneur's group article accepted in J.A.C.S. More

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Issue 4 is out now!

 

Innovative Radiochemistry to Advance Molecular Imaging

 

 

 

 

About the Project

The RADIOMI project research objective is to pool the expertise of nine leading scientists to provide a coordinated first class training program to produce new talent and innovation in Radiochemistry for Molecular Imaging.

The emphasis of this network is on training scientists able to develop and perform innovative       radiolabeling with the short half-life positron emitting isotopes 18F (109.8 mins), 11C (20.4 mins) and 13N (10 mins). These new and improved methods will be trialed in the synthesis of known                      

and new radio tracers (small molecules, peptides, libraries of labeled compounds) notoriously difficult to prepare and/or to access in a pure form, with the required quality or in a reproducible manner. 

Preclinical evaluation will be carried out on selected tracers.  

The network provides state-of-the-art training opportunities in chemistry, radiochemistry, nuclear physics, microfluidic and flow technology, pharmacology, (pre)clinical imaging (oncology, Central Nervous System), multimodal imaging - all key disciplines for radiopharmaceutical development and nuclear medicine, with a major impact on society‚Äôs welfare.

Funding

 
Project reference: 316882
Subprogramme area:
FP7-PEOPLE-2012-ITN
 
EU contribution: 
EUR 3,918,481
Period: 2012-2016
 

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