3D Imaging's primary location is a 6,000 sq ft facility. It houses a Siemens Eclipse negative ion 11 MeV dual beam cyclotron with targetry for C-11, N-13, O-15, and F-18 (fluoride).
It also contains a GMP compliant radiolabeling laboratory with two Von Gahlen hot cells and four mini cells. There is an organic chemistry laboratory for precursor synthesis as needed. Systems exist for the synthesis of any published, and many unpublished, C-11 and F-18 labeled radiopharmaceuticals.
The facility is on the campus of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, a teaching hospital with a Medical School, Nursing School, Graduate School, and Pharmacy School.
There are two clinical PET/CT scanners immediately adjacent to the labeling laboratory. Clinical PET and SPECT scanning, small animal PET, MRI and optical scanning, clinical collaborations and other support services are available by collaborative arrangements with UAMS.