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Radiopharmaceutical Quality Control Techniques: Theory and Practice 2019


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COURSE OVERVIEW
To provide participants with theory and practical experience in routine quality control techniques used in radiopharmacy, primarily radiochemical purity testing.

The course if aimed at people relatively new to radiopharmacy quality control and mainly focuses on Tc-99m radiopharmaceutical analysis.

Practical sessions concentrate on learning good technique for testing radiochemical purity by thin layer chromatography and other similar methods and trouble shooting these methods.

Practical hands on experience of using radio-HPLC is not covered in this course.


KEY FACTS
Course start date
11-09-2019
Course duration
2 Days
Course type
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Course times
Day 1: 12.45pm - 5.00pm Day 2: 9.00am - 3.15pm
Entry requirements
Please bring a personal dosimeter issued by your employer’s radiation protection office.
If you do not have one, please let us know and we will provide.
Academic Lead
Professor Philip Blower, Victoria Gibson, Maggie Cooper.
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