Dear visitors, members and future members,
CARS welcomes you to our new home. You are welcome to share your ideas, developments and latest results of your research with your colleagues and other professionals with interest in radiopharmaceutical sciences.
The new website is a friendly environment where everyone is welcomed. Join CARS, access the member reserved area, and you will find more.
We hope that you enjoy your journey and that you will join us to enrich the community of radiopharmaceutical scientists.
Canadian Association of
Radiopharmaceutical Scientists (CARS)
- Hold scientific meetings at which members may discuss their work; such meetings need not necessarily be held on a regular basis;
- Monitor and where necessary, respond to government actions which affect either the routine preparation of radiopharmaceuticals or radiopharmaceutical research and development;
- Monitor and respond to actions of any third party which have an effect on professional practice of the members of the Association.
- Facilitate open discussions between community members
Who We Are
CARS is a professional association established with the objective of the communication of radiopharmaceutical and scientific knowledge.
Stakeholders of CARS include public at large, scientists and those with professional interest in any aspect of radiopharmaceutical sciences. CARS is facilitating an open communication between all categories of stakeholders.
Our members have access to the latest resources for professional development in radiopharmaceutical sciences.
You have access to regulatory information, latest communications in the field and updates regarding the market trends and developments in the field
CARS is welcoming you to share your ideas, news, events and topics related to radiopharmaceutical sciences on our new forum.
The space is designed to strengthen our community and to encourage open communication about your progress, challenges or new ideas.
CARS aim to provide information for educational and information only purposes.
- April 29, 2020
An article recently published by the World Nuclear News, quotes Nuclear Medicine Europe which indicates that there are signs on improvement. “Air transportation options, including via scheduled commercial flights, have been increasing although there are still many last-minute changes and difficulties in transporting radioisotopes to some regions,” the organisation’s Security of Supply Working Group Emergency […]Read More
- April 29, 2020
The recording of IAEA Webinar held on April 23 is now available here. Our community would like to thank to all staff members from Radioisotope Products and Radiation Technology Section from The Division of Physical and Chemical Sciences at the IAEA who made this webinar possible.Read More
- April 22, 2020
Date: Apr 23, 2020 – Apr 23, 2020 Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Vienna (Austria); Visit the events page to access the webinar link.Read More