Radioactive isotopes of copper, technetium, rhenium and bismuth are of interest in the development of new diagnostic and therapeutic agents. Incorporation of these radioisotopes into suitably designed coordination complexes attached to biologically-active molecules such as peptides and antibodies can provide some degree of specificity for diseased tissue. The synthesis and application of complexes possessing a targeting functionality for activated plaques and cancer cells will be presented.

About CAI Seminar Series

The perfect opportunity to attend cutting-edge research presentations involving CAI researchers or collaborators, each Tuesday at 9:30am in the CAI Seminar Room, entry via CAI main doors, facing Wep Harris oval (see map).

If you would like weekly email notification for the seminar series or are interested in presenting, please contact Maria Moran.


Centre for Advanced Imaging
Building 57
University of Queensland St Lucia
Level 2 Seminar Room