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How to set up a GMP radiopharmacy?

Tuesday, April 26, 2022 - 11:59

<p>The use of PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging is growing steadily worldwide. This technology is giving us new levels of precision and accuracy in oncology, cardiology and neurology. But starting a new radiopharmacy project can appear complex. In addition to handling the selection of hundreds of different pieces of equipment, materials and a highly-technical construction, there are numerous compliance and authorization procedures to follow.<br /> <br /> In this webinar, IBA’s experts will guide you through all the important steps to set up your GMP radiopharmacy. From the right questions to define your project and select your equipment to the support for quality assurance documentation/procedures, you will have a good overview to envision your future project.</p>
Speakers

Jean-Michel Geets

IntegraLab Business Manager IBA RadioPharma Solutions

Cristiana Gameiro, Ph.D.

Product Manager IBA  RadioPharma Solutions

Irina Kirik

Radiopharmacy Facility Engineer IBA  RadioPharma Solutions

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