NIDC News

Our NIDC News reports the latest developments in U.S. Department of Energy’s isotope production efforts, university partnerships, facility improvements, staff news, and other notable center activities as they occur. Stay Connected

 

Join us at SNMMI~
  SNMMI Starts This Week The DOE Isotope Program would love to virtually see you at the SNMMI annual meeting later this week! Make sure to visit our virtual booth in the exhibit hall. Search for U.S. DOE Isotope Program or click on our logo in the Virtual Courtyard or Virtual Lobby during the event. Join Our Researchers for a CE Session Join Cathy Cutler and Vanessa Sanders from Brookhaven…
Funding Opportunity Announcement for Advancing Novel Medical Isotopes for Clinical Trials
The DOE Office of Science is excited to announce a new Funding Opportunity for up to $2 million to support translational research and development (R&D) of novel, medically relevant isotopes to accelerate evaluation for usage in pre-clinical and clinical trials. “This funding will advance research to evaluate new isotopes for use in pre-clinical and clinical trials, with potentially…
Open Job Opportunities  within the DOE Isotope Program
The DOE IP community is hiring! Visit the Careers page to see a comprehensive list of openings including multiple full-time positions at Brookhaven, Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, and Argonne National Laboratories and a junior faculty position at the Michigan State University. Click below to view the full list of positions. View the full list of open positions
2021 Stakeholder Meetings
These meetings offer an excellent opportunity for companies and institutions to discuss isotope supply and demand issues firsthand with the federal DOE IP director, federal DOE program managers, and the NIDC staff from Oak Ridge National Laboratory. We are looking forward to these insightful discussions and aim to better serve the isotope community through a clearer understanding of…
Egle with the EMIS at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ask Brian Egle about his favorite aspect of his job and he'll tell you it's the variety. “It’s really fun and really engaging to get to ask yourself, ‘What do you want to work on today?’” says Brian, a recently appointed section head in the newly formed Isotope Science & Engineering Directorate at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. As part of a lab-wide organizational update known as ”…
FOA: Traineeship in Isotope R&D and Production
The DOE Office of Science is excited to announce a new Funding Opportunity for Traineeship in Isotope R&D and Production. Up to $2 million will be provided to establish a traineeship program aimed to advance workforce development in the field of isotope production, processing, and associated research, with a preference for minority-serving institutions. This program supports…
Student Bursary for Pacifichem 2021
The DOE Isotope Program is excited to announce they have made bursaries available for up to 30 awardees of $1000 each to attend selected radiochemistry-related symposia at Pacifichem 2021. This financial assistance is granted to help offset the costs of attendance and is available to undergraduate students, graduate students, or postdoctoral fellows during the time of the Pacifichem…
Open Job Opportunities  within the DOE Isotope Program
                Postdoctoral Scholar - Radiation Oncology, University of Washington  The Radionuclide Production and Molecular Radiotherapy Research Laboratories in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Washington is seeking candidates for a Postdoctoral Scholar research position in the areas of radionuclide production and radiolabeling of biomolecules for molecular…
A targeted cancer treatment
The DOE Isotope Program is pleased to announce that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted its Type II Drug Master File (DMF) submission for Actinium-225 Nitrate (thorium-229 derived). The alpha-emitting radionuclide and its decay product bismuth-213 have gained considerable interest within the medical community for targeted radiotherapy of cancer and other diseases.…
Radiotherapeutics: From Isotope Production To Targeted Radiotherapy
This year the 2021 ACS National Meeting will take place virtually, April 5–16, where thousands of chemistry professionals will meet online to share ideas and advance scientific and technical knowledge. The meeting provides excellent opportunities for sharing a passion for chemistry, connecting with the world’s largest scientific society, and advancing …