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Radiation Dosimetry Tools: NCIDose

Image showing various body scans plus 3d models of human bodies that have organs and bones visible with NCIDose text on top

NCIDose is a collection of medical radiation dosimetry tools developed by radiation physicists from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, Radiation Epidemiology Branch. These tools can be used to estimate the radiation organ doses received by patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. The resources are the product of years of research and development in collaboration with a number of institutions, much of which has been published in the peer-reviewed literature. As a governmental resource, these tools are available to the public free of charge for non-commercial research purposes.

Models of the human form that are made of stacked pieces that can be removed

Anthropomorphic physical phantoms are used to validate organ dose calculated by NCICT

The following resources are currently available or under development:

For answers to questions and other support, join the NCI Hub - Group: NCI Dose Forum.

How Can I Access These Resources?

Non-Commercial Research Use

There is no charge to use these resources for non-commercial research purposes. Please submit a Software Transfer Agreement form to Dr. Choonsik Lee.

Commercial Use

Contact Dr. Kevin Chang of the NCI Technology Transfer Center to discuss the licensing process for commercial use.