Fedoruk Centre

Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation at the University of Saskatchewan

Placing Saskatchewan and Canada among global leaders in nuclear research, development and training through:
Investing in cutting-edge programs and projects
 Managing research facilities, and
 Partnering with academia and industry on science and technology

Fedoruk Centre Response to the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak (2020 March 27)

We are continuing to live through an unusual situation of uncertainty arising from the new COVID-19 virus and the worldwide response to its spread. The situation is evolving daily.

 The Fedoruk Centre response aligns with the practices of our key stakeholders, the University of Saskatchewan (Research) and the Province of Saskatchewan

Our top priority is the safety of our staff, users, and the public, as well as our capability to supply the nuclear imaging agent FDG to regional hospitals, essential for PET-CT scanning of patients to diagnose and treat cancer.
As of today, the Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences (SCCS) is producing FDG for the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, and maintaining a state of readiness to produce FDG for delivery to regional hospitals. Access of researchers to the SCCS requires prior approval by SCCS Facility General Manager, Dale Schick-Martin.



Unique Facilities

The Fedoruk Centre welcomes users to advance their programs of research and development through access to our state-of-the-art facilities and expertise.

 Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences

      • Isotope production and development
      • Production of radiopharmaceuticals
      • Nuclear imaging for the life sciences


Canadian Cyclotron Directory

Funding Opportunities