Medical Isotope Research & Production (MIRP) Program (BLIP/RRPL)


                                                                                                         RadioIsotope Production                                                                      |                                                                      RadioIsotope Research

         The primary mission of the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Medical Isotope Research and Production Program is to prepare certain commercially unavailable radioisotopes to distribute to the nuclear medicine community and industry, and to perform research to develop new radioisotopes desired by nuclear medicine investigators. In conjunction with this mission, the group also performs irradiations for non-isotope applications, sells by-products and explores opportunities for new products and radioisotope applications as needed.

  Cathy Sue Cutler, Director   Department Information:    
(631) 344-3873
Program Assistant, Caitlin Hoffman

C-AD Organizational Chart

MIRP Program Organizational Chart

Key Personnel List
        Visitor/Guest Info:    
BLIP Target RSC Sub-Group: (Behind Fire-wall) Guest, User, Visitor (GUV) Center

RSC Sub-Group
Canning Records
Target Installation Authorization
Meeting Minutes

      Interested in Isotopes?    
Staff Training: (Behind Fire-wall)
ARR Training Slides -OPM Improvement Plan
ARR Training Slides - ConOps & Configuration Management
      Working Against Time: Designing & Synthesizing FDG for the First Human Studies in 1976 - Joanna S. Fowler [PPTX]    
  Engineering Support Log        
Engineering Support Log (xlsx) BNL Isotope Program Trifold [PDF]






Production Site of the DOE Isotope Program
NIDC Website


Managed By: C. Hoffman - Updated 11/05/2019