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Project Title:

Opportunities and Approaches for Supplying Molybdenum-99 and Associated Medical Isotopes to Global Markets: A Symposium
PIN: DELS-NRSB-16-03        

Major Unit:

Division on Earth and Life Studies

Sub Unit: Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board

RSO: Kosti, Ourania

Subject/Focus Area: Engineering and Technology; Health and Medicine; International Issues; National Security and Defense; Policy for Science and Technology


Project Scope
The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) and the Russian Academy of Sciences will organize a joint symposium to discuss opportunities and approaches for supplying molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) and associated medical isotopes (iodine-131 and xenon-133) to global markets. The symposium will address the following topics: 
-Trends in global demand and supply for Mo-99 and associated medical isotopes.
-Prospects and approaches for developing new global supplies of Mo-99 and associated medical isotopes.
-Technical, regulatory, economic, and policy considerations for producing Mo-99 and associated medical isotopes for global markets using uranium-fission and other processes. 

The symposium presentations and discussions will be summarized in a National Academies proceedings that will be issued in English and Russian.


 
Project Duration: 14 months    

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Meetings
 Meeting 1 - 03/01/2017
 Meeting 2 - 03/16/2017
 Meeting 3 - 04/10/2017

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