UT Southwestern Clements Imaging Building (NE2) Cyclotron

Clements Imaging Building (NE2) Cyclotron

  • 4,500 SF
  • State-of-the-art technology

This project includes design/build services to provide a new sub-grade cyclotron vault for the The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. This state-of-the-art, non-shielded cyclotron will be used for the production of medical isotopes. The project includes all associated equipment (target assemblies, transport lines, radiochemistry processing modules, etc.) necessary to produce a range of radiochemicals and radiopharmaceuticals. The vault contains the ancillary equipment required to meet regulatory radiation safety requirements for the cyclotron itself and the associated radioisotope/radiopharmaceutical processing equipment, including hot cells and minicells for holding chemistry modules. The cyclotron makes short-lived, biomedical radioisotopes readily available on The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center campus, alleviating challenges in obtaining such radioisotopes from another location, and significantly expanding the basic science and clinical research opportunities through PET.


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