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Damion Stimson

Research Radiochemist, Centre for Advanced Imaging at The University of Queensland

About Me

Damion Stimson is a Research Radiochemist, in the Centre for Advanced Imaging (CAI), at The University of Queensland. He has over 17 years of experience in radiopharmaceutical science, having worked with ANSTO's Australian Radioisotopes and National Medical Cyclotron, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital and more recently at Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in the manufacture and development of Single Photon Emission Computerised Tomography (SPECT) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) based radiopharmaceuticals for clinical application and for research. Damion is the Facility Manager of the radioisotope laboratories at CAI. His role includes operation of the cyclotron and radiopharmaceutical production and quality control to support research programmes requiring radiopharmaceuticals, and to conduct research in the development of novel radioligands.

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