Current Research & Research Opportunities

Please check back on this page for descriptions of some of the Isotope R&D currently being sponsored by Federal Agencies, especially the Isotope Development and Production for Research and Applications (IDPRA) subprogram of the Office of Nuclear Physics in the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science.

There are two active Funding Opportunity Announcements; for past funding announcements, please see our page on Archived Funding Opportunities.

March 2014: LAB 14-1099 / DE-FOA-0001099 - Research, Development, and Training in Isotope Production

The DOE Office of Science has posted a new Funding Opportunity Announcement in which you may be interested. It is announcement LAB 14-1099 [for National Labs] and DE-FOA-0001099 - Research, Development and Training in Isotope Production. This competitive opportunity announcement is supported by the Isotope Development and Production for Research and Applications (IDPRA) subprogram in the Office of Nuclear Physics.

More information on LAB 14-1099 may be found from this PDF file or from this web page; more info on DE-FOA-0001099 can be found from this PDF file or from this web page.

Dr. Jehanne Gillo
Director
Facilities and Project Management Division

Office of Nuclear Physics
U.S. Department of Energy
SC-26.2, Germantown Building
1000 Independence Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20585-1290
email: Jehanne.Gillo@science.doe.gov
phone: (301)-903-1455
fax: (301)-903-3833

February 2014: Targeted Radiochemistry and Associated Technology Development for Integrated Nuclear Medicine Research and Training with Human Application

The DOE Office of Science, Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER) and the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, have issued a joint funding opportunity announcement (FOA) for Targeted Radiochemistry and Associated Technology Development for IntegratedNuclear Medicine Research and Training with Human Application.

More information can be found in this 53-page Topic document and on the website http://science.energy.gov/grants/foas/open.

Robert W. Atcher, PhD, MBA
Director, National Isotope Development Center
Science Programs Office
MS T004
Los Alamos, NM 87545

505 663 5596 voice
505 663 5550 fax
505 500 6799 cell

UNM/LANL Professor of Pharmacy
University of New Mexico
Past President, Society of Nuclear Medicine

For past funding announcements, please see our page on Archived Funding Opportunities

and for more information on funding opportunities and existing R&D grants, please contact

Dr. Dennis Phillips
Program Manager for Research Isotopes
Facilities and Project Management Division
Office of Nuclear Physics
U.S. Department of Energy
SC-26.2, Germantown Building
1000 Independence Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20585-1290
phone: (301)-903-1455
fax: (301)-903-3833
email: Dennis.Phillips@science.doe.gov