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TURKU PET CENTRE
Turku PET Centre is a Finnish National Research Institute for the use of short-lived positron emitting isotopes in the field of medical research.

The Centre was established in 1970s and it got the National status in 1996.

The core functions of Turku PET Centre are based on the agreement between University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University and Turku University Hospital.

All facilities are located in the University campus and clinics. The Centre consists of Accelerator Laboratory, Radiopharmaceutical chemistry laboratory, Preclinical  and Clinical imaging laboratories.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

The scientific research strategy of the Turku PET Centre involves:

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CARDIOMETABOLIC
Cardiovascular and metabolic research.
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BRAIN
Neurology, psychiatry, anaesthesia and emotions research.
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RADIOCHEMISTRY
Radiochemistry and Targetry research
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CANCER
Oncological research.
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PRECLINICAL
Preclinical Imaging and Drug Research
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DATA
Data processing and image analysis
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IMAGING STUDIES ANNUALLY
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STAFF AND INVESTIGATORS
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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
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DOCTORAL THESES