THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND COMMISSIONING OF A MULTI-USE CYCLOTRON FACILITY
35th Annual CNS Conference - 2015 May 31 - June 3


Presented at:
35th Annual CNS Conference
2015 May 31 - June 3
Location:
Saint John, Canada
Session Title:
3B2 - Medical Physics and Radiation Biology

Authors:
S. Ho (Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences)
M. Hutcheson (Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences)
D. Schick-Martin (Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences)
M. Dalzell (Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation)
N. Alexander (Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation)
  

Abstract

The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation in Saskatchewan is in the process of commissioning the Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences that is to be used for both academic research and commercial radiopharmaceutical production. The hybrid nature of this facility comes with unique challenges in satisfying both the rigid demands of pharmaceutical production while providing the necessary flexibility for academic research. In order to meet these competing demands, the Fedoruk Centre has assembled a distinct combination of skill sets and areas of expertise to operate a facility with an interdisciplinary focus.



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