CERN News 2017 - MEDICIS a new CERN facility
CERN Press release 2017 - MEDICIS une nouvelle installation du CERN
MEDICIS-Promed: from fundamental research to hospitals
MEDICIS is restarting after the COVID outbreak
CERN Women In Technology (WIT) Photo Session
PRISMAP: The European medical isotope programme, a consortium with the principal medical radionuclides providers - including MEDICIS - was submitted yesterday for funding by the European Commission; feedback expected after the summer. Link there.
Dr S. Stegemann (ESR-11) receives the Prijs Wetenschap & Innovatie (Prize Science & Innovation) for his PhD thesis from the Faculty of Science of KU Leuven.
CERN-courrier article: MEDICIS shows its stength - link there.
PRISMAP-The European medical isotope programme has been selected ! More information there.
We are welcoming Edgars Mamis from Latvia University, one of the few first PhD students from Latvia at CERN.
Is the World Cancer Day ! At this occasion, MEDICIS' involvement in the fight against cancer is presented on CERN's official website together with a video of our unique facility.
MEDICIS is re-starting with a period of maintenance and upgrade !
Pr. Thomas Cocolios (KU Leuven) receives the "Roger Van Geen" chair! More information here
Nhat-Tan Vuong (ESR-2) defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations! More information here.
The article "CERN-MEDICIS: a review since commissioning in 2017" is now published! More information here.
PRISMAP-The European medical radionuclides programme sets out to substantially change the European landscape for novel and emerging medical radionuclides. More information here.
The 1st call for user projects of PRISMAP is launched! More information here.
World cancer day: webinar at 11:30 on MEDICIS mass separation and its impact on theranostics here.
MEDICIS restarts its program today. Mass separation will be applied to purify and separate Sm-153 from a target produced at BR2. Some details on the project here.
Plenary presentation on new developments exploiting isotope mass separation in nuclear medicine presented at the 1st AccConf'22 at IAEA.
1st projects have been selected in PRISMAP-The European medical isotope programme.
A third collaboration meeting took place today in the French ANR project REPARE, to review the progresses on the development of a high power Bi target for the production of At-211.