The School is equipped with state-of-the-art instruments for training and research in the areas specified.
The equipment and facilities available include:
- Intrinsic Ge detectors with PC-based multichannel analysis capabilities
- Liquid scintillation counters
- Gamma counters
- Thermoluminescent dosimeter readers
- Gamma cameras
- Medical X-ray devices
- High-level gamma irradiators
- Portable radiation monitoring equipment
- Calibrated radon standards
- Nonionizing radiation and electromagnetic field monitoring equipment
- Gas chromatograph units
- High-pressure liquid chromatographs
- High-speed and ultracentrifuges
- UV-visible spectrophotometers
- Particle size spectrometer
- Monodisperse aerosol generator
- Instruments to measure pulmonary function.
- Cell culture facilities
- Molecular biology equipment
- High-resolution microarray scanner
- State-of-the-art in vivo and in vitro brain barrier transport facility
- High pressure microwave tissue digestion system
- Preclinical Photoacoustic Scanner
- Eclipse stations for Radiation Treatment Planning
- 3T Human MRI (GE Signa)
- 7T preclinical MRI (Bruker)
Also available on campus are a nuclear reactor, a linear accelerator, an accelerator mass spectrometer, transmission and scanning electron microscopes and high-performance liquid chromatography, supercomputing facilities, and accredited animal facilities.
Graduate students have access to all the University's library facilities, including computer-based on-line search capabilities. The diagnostic X-ray and radiation oncology facilities of the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, are utilized in the medical physics program.
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