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Central Radioisotope Division


The Central Radioisotope Division (CRD) provides advanced technical training and education for researchers in the fields of molecular genetics and radiology. This division is equipped with separate laboratories where registered users can conduct experiments safely with various types of radioisotopes.

The CRD maintains a joint use facility performing a study support task for one branch of the Research Support Division of the Fundamental Innovative Oncology Core (FIOC) system. The CRD manages radioisotope (RI) materials and radiation exposure apparatus (Gamma cells with 60-Co and 137-Cs sources), so that the advanced cancer research that used these is promoted smoothly. In addition, the CRD develops the radiation management studies so that a researcher is safe and wrestle effectively that RI resources are available.