Cycltron-based production of novel radioisotopes for cancer theranostic and chelator free radiolabelling of nanoparticles for cancer theranostics

​Dr. Arif Gulzar has obtained a doctorate degree in Material Science and Engineering. His research focuses on cyclotron operation for the production of novel radioisotopes. His expertise lies in harnessing cyclotrons, particle accelerators, to generate unique radioisotopes, which have a myriad of applications in diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

In addition to his work with cyclotron operations, Dr. Arif Gulzar is interested in the chelator-free radiolabeling of nanoparticles. This innovative approach eliminates the need for traditional chelating agents, which can have limitations and side effects, and opens up new possibilities for the precise targeting and delivery of radioactive materials in medical imaging and cancer treatment.