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Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Observership Program

Updated: Sep 7

Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Observership Program

Application is open throughout the year


Nuclear medicine services provide the diagnosis and the comprehensive treatment to a variety of diseases (types of cancers, heart disease,

gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders).

Those services include but are not limited to:

• Heart disease: myocardial perfusion scintigraphy

• Brain death and brain tumours: brain scintigraphy

• Gastrointestinal disorders: oesophageal reflux and transit time scintigraphy, gastric emptying scintigraphy, Meckel’s diverticulum scintigraphy

• Hepatobiliary disorders: liver scintigraphy

• Infection/inflammation: labelled white blood cells scintigraphy, leuko scan

• Tumor markers: tumours scintigraphy, radioiodine therapy

• Lung disorders: lung ventilation and perfusion studies

• Bone disorders: bone scintigraphy, joint scintigraphy

• Kidney and renal disorders: renal scintigraphy, nuclear cystography

• Thyroid disorders: thyroid scintigraphy, radioiodine ablation

• Lymphatic system disorders: lymphoscintigraphy, sentinel lymph node scintigraphy

• Vascular disease: varicocele scintigraphy

• Others: dacryo scintigraphy, testicular perfusion scintigraphy

Molecular imaging-PET-CT services

• PET/CT Clinic

• FDG-PET-CT for adult and paediatric

• Ga-68-PMSA-PET/CT scan(prostate cancer)

• Ga-68-DOTATOC-PET/CT scan (neuroendocrine tumours)

• F18-FDG-PET-CT cardiac viability Radionuclide and molecular therapy services:

• Thyroid cancer clinic

• Radioiodine therapy of thyroid cancer

• I-131 MIBG therapy for neuroendocrine tumours

• LU177-PMSA-prostate cancer therapy

• I-123 thyroid cancer diagnosis scan

• Bone pain palliation (Samarium153, Rhenium 188)

Who is Eligible?

All International Medical Students and Graduates IMGs from any country around the world can apply for this program

General information:

  • The training will be in English.

  • The price includes transportation between Airport-Hotel .

  • The minimum period of the training is 2 weeks and the maximum is 12 weeks

  • Please make sure to apply no less than 4 weeks before the training starting date.

  • We will help you in arranging the visa.

Required Documents for application:

  1. Photo

  2. University Diploma

  3. Speciality Diploma (If available)

  4. Experience Certificate (If Available)

  5. CV

  6. Passport Copy.

Certificate :

By the end of the course you will get certificate from the host Hospital.


  • 2 Weeks : 900$.

  • 4 Weeks : 1,250$.

  • 12 Weeks : 2,600$.


How To Apply:

  • Please send us the required documents on our Email:

  • Write on the email title : (Clinical Observership program in Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging).

  • Note: You have to send 20% from the fees during the application period to confirm your seat .

  • Within 5 Weeks you will get the acceptance letter.

Alsir for Health Services Ltd. Co.

+971 561 677 224

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