RSS03.21 Basic dosimetry and radiobiology for radionuclide therapy

This course is organized by the Dosimetry Core Unit, which holds expertise in radionuclide dosimetry covering the whole translational path from fundamental research to clinical implementation.

The overall goal of this course is to gain more understanding of different aspects of dosimetry and radiobiology for targeted radionuclide therapy. You will learn basics on how to perform dosimetry, both in local and systemic therapies.

The focus will be on recognizing opportunities for various applications of dosimetry and learning how to exploit its full potential in your research. An important application of dosimetry lies in gaining better understanding of the dose-effect relationships. Therefore, translation of preclinical radiobiological parameters into useful information for future clinical use will be one of the topics. In addition, you will learn about the role of dosimetry in clinical trials and daily clinical practice. Lectures will be combined with practical assignments and guided tours.

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3 July 2023 - 7 July 2023
Course Fee

Regular: €600

Early Bird: €540 (application deadline* April 1st)

Scholarships and discounts Find more information here
Application deadline

May 15th

* Your application is only completed when the course fee has been paid

Course leader

Dr. Steffie Peters
Dr. Julie Nonnekens

Level of participant
  • Master
  • Phd
  • Postdoc
  • Professional; health care, Medical physics, (bio) medical policy makers
Admission requirements A finished bachelor study in (bio)medical sciences, medical biology, medicine, chemistry, physics, or comparable
Admission documents
  • Motivation letter
  • CV
Mode of Study On Campus
Location To be determined