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Education & Training

Education & Training

MSc/Dip/Cert in Pharmaceutical Technology and Quality Assurance, University of Leeds

MSc in Radiopharmaceutics and PET Radiochemistry, King’s College London

Postgraduate Course in Radiopharmacy, King’s College London

Radiopharmaceutical Quality Control: Theory and Practice, King’s College London

European Postgraduate Certificate Course in Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry/Radiopharmacy (Blocks 1-3)
Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Faculty of Pharmacy (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Institute of Pharmacy (University of Leipzig, Germany)

Block 2 also offered at: European Institute of Oncology Milano, Italy

Block 3 also offered at: Institut National des Sciences et Techniques Nucléaires, INSTN Paris, Saclay, France

Postgraduate Certificate Course in "Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry / Radiopharmacy". This program of the ETH Zurich is held in cooperation with the universities of Ljubljana and Leipzig and consists of the following modules:

- Module I : 26.8. - 6.9.2013, held in Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- Module II : 27.1. - 7.2.2014, held in Zurich (Switzerland)
- Module III: 25.8. - 5.9.2014, held in Leipzig (Germany)
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