[ RadSafe ] Spectroscopic human phantoms

John R Johnson idiasjrj at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 14:53:12 CDT 2013


I would try Gary Kramer at Health Canada (Gary_H_Kramer at hc-sc.gc.ca).

John R Johnson

On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 11:59 AM, Rees, Brian G <brees at lanl.gov> wrote:

> I'm posting this for a colleague.  Is there anyone working on, or aware of
> anyone working on phantoms that recreate the gamma radiation spectrum that
> a human represents for in-vivo radionuclides?  We (LANL) did some work in
> 2005, but it didn't continue.   The work we did was presented at INMM in
> 2005 by S. Almecci.
> I'm aware of the issues, etc. regarding radiation spectra from humans and
> radiopharmaceuticals, and I'm sure there are opinions out there, but is
> there any actual research being conducted, and if so, would you share it
> with us?
> Thanks in advance,
> Brian Rees
> Los Alamos National Laboratory
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