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Regional IAEA Technical cooperation projects
 
IAEA has the entire system of regional projects of technical co-operation. The Radiation Protection Centre takes part in these projects according to its competence.
 
Regional model projects are very important because they have an aim of creation of radiation protection infrastructures. Lithuania is one of the member states from Central and Eastern Europe which successfully achieved this aim. The Radiation Protection Centre is included in the network of centers of excellence.
 
Regional projects with involvement of the Radiation Protection Centre:
 
  • RER2020022 project Strengthening the Regulatory Infrastructure for radiation Safety

The IAEA Coordinated Research Projects


Radiation protection centre (RSC) is involved in the IAEA Coordinated Research Project (CRP) E35010 titled “Applications of biological dosimetry methods in radiation oncology, nuclear medicine, diagnostic and interventional radiology” (MEDBIODOSE) that was launched in 2017 and end in early 2021.

 

The main aim of the project that brings together 25 institutions from 23 IAEA Member States is sustaining and enhancing the scope of biodosimetry services to medicine as well as filing in gaps in knowledge, developing new approaches to assist with the transition to personalized medicine and improving the quality of health care using radiation technologies.

 

This is a continuation project initiated following the successful implementation of the IAEA coordinated research project (CRP E35008) for 2014-2016 " Strengthening of Biological dosimetry”in IAEA Member States: Improvement of current techniques and intensification of collaboration and networking among the different institutes". In order to  support the IAEA initiative to expand the scope of cytogenetic methods, the RSC together with Klaipėda University Hospital (hereinafter referred to as KUL) in 2014 launched  first study in Lithuania on link between frequency of acute and late radiotherapy related side effects among cancer patients and their radiosensitivity estimated using cytogenetic methods. In order to continue activity in radiosensitivity research and implements the goals of the coordinated research project of the IAEA, RSC together with KUL and National Cancer Institute in 2017-2021 continue on investigation of association between individual radiosensitivity and development of radiotherapy induced adverse effects among cancer patients.

 

After MEDBIODOSE is completed, it is expected, that research network for clinical applications of biological dosimetry will be established to facilitate dialogue between biodosimetry specialists and radiation oncologists, collect biodosimetry data on patients exposed to radiation for medical purposes, develop biodosimetry based methods for prediction of adverse radiotherapy effects allowing refinement of radiation treatment plans, propose and test biodosimetry methodology for comprehensive assessment of consequences of medical radiation exposures, including accidental overexposure and transfer biodosimetry methodology into clinical practice in order to improve outcome of radiation medical services in terms of survival, safety and quality of life. 

 


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IAEA national project LIT9019, 2022–2023

 

Strengthening national capacity on radiation survey in case of nuclear and radiological emergencies

 

Strengthening knowledge of staff from Lithuania institutions are planned in these areas:

 

Ground-based radiation survey field measurements and sampling:

 

  • direct field radiation measurements strategy for ground-based radiation survey;
  • sampling strategy for ground-based radiation survey;
  • direct measurements of radioiodine in air and appropriate data evaluation;
  • food and feed sampling in case of nuclear and radiological emergency and preparation of recommendations for food restrictions;
  • safety of persons carrying field measurements and sampling.

 

Evaluation based on results of field radiation measurements and ground-based radiation survey samples analyzed:

 

  • dose evaluation based on results of radioiodine in air samples analyzed;
  • dose evaluation on results of other type of samples (water, food, soil, sediments etc.) analyzed.

 

Radioactivity measurements:

  • samples distribution for analysis in different labs, data submission methodology;
  • safety of handling samples; storage of radioactive waste (samples with high activity);
  • quality assurance of measurements;
  • calibration of radiation equipment (gamma spectrometry).

 

Manned and unmanned aerial radiation survey planning and management:

 

  • direct measurements on manned (helicopter) and unmanned (drone), data transmission to data analysis center;
  • hands-on training on deployment of measuring device in manned (helicopter) and unmanned (drone) airborne and selection of adequate speed, height and trajectory depending on used airborne
  • hands-on training on data evaluation and extrapolation of obtained manned and unmanned airborne data to the ground contamination, assessment of attenuation and its automated integration into the representation of measurements results;
  • calibration of manned and unmanned airborne dose rate/spectrum meters.

 

Assessment of infiltration of radioactive materials from surface water to ground water:

 

  • assessment of infiltration of radioactive materials from surface water to ground water (methodology, scientific issues etc.);
  •  international and national best practices, lessons learned.

 

Last update: 28 March 2022

 


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