Canadian Association of Radiopharmaceutical Scientists
June 06, 2016

NEA 99Mo/99mTc Market Demand and Production Capacity Projection for 2016-2021

April 12, 2016

Canadian Medical Imaging Inventory

Medical imaging is critical to diagnosing, monitoring and, in some cases, treating a vast array of illnesses and conditions, from cancer to internal injury. As imaging technologies advance, old machines are decommissioned, and new machines are installed, there is a need to keep track of where imaging capacity exists.

CADTH has created an inventory to capture this information, recording where specific medical imaging machines are located and how they are being used. This information can help guide decisions in health technology management and policy, and it paves the way for ongoing exploration of medical imaging questions. read more

April 05, 2016

Report of The Canadian Association of Radiopharmaceutical Scientists (CARS) Task Force on USP<797> Implications for Radiopharmaceuticals in Canada

March 22, 2016
PET from A to Z: Comprehensive Workshop
McConnell Brain Imaging Centre Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University 3801 University St., Montreal (Canada)
May 30 – Jun 2 2016
  • Day 1. Review of the PET basics, available PET tracers and signal detection, highlighted by the keynote presentation by Dr. Peter Herscovitch, Head of the PET Department at the NIH Clinical Centre.

  • Day 2. Application of PET in three major fields of neuroscience: stroke, psychiatry and neurodegenerative diseases.

  • Day 3. Practical aspects of PET and interactive tours through radiochemistry and PET imaging facilities: meet the cyclotron and lay down in the scanner.

  • Day 4. Hands-on training in reconstruction of PET scans and pharmacokinetic modeling.
    Please note that the registration for days 3 and 4 are limited to 12 seats. Day 1 will conclude with a wine and cheese with the speakers event.

    Program and registration:

January 15, 2016


ISOLOGIC is pleased to announce the completion of an asset purchase agreement for the acquisition of the Canadian radiopharmacy and Gludef manufacturing and distribution business operations of Lantheus Medical Imaging (“LMI”), including pharmacies located in Dorval, Quebec; Quebec City, Quebec; Mississauga, Ontario; and Vancouver, British Columbia. Over the coming months, ISOLOGIC will integrate radiopharmaceutical and Gludef manufacturing and distribution under a single brand, while maintaining the highest level of product quality and customer service. (more)


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