CIRP studies the effects and mechanisms of ionizing radiation on organisms at various levels such as collectives, individuals, tissues, cells, and molecules. CIRP has performed radiation damage effect tests with different LET ionizing radiations such as X-rays, γ-rays, α particles, heavy ions, and neutrons successively. On this basis, three technologies have been established, including the biological technology of occupational health monitoring of radiation worker, the rapid screening and classification technology of irradiated personnel in nuclear and radiation accidents, and the radio-biological dose estimation.
Radiological HealthThe CIRP Quality Control and Protection Testing Center for Radiotherapy is certified with Radiation Health Technical Service Institute Qualification (Class-A), enabling to carry out radiological occupational hazard assessment, radiation health protection testing and medical equipment quality control testing. CIRP has completed quality control testing on radiodiagnosis and radiotherapy equipment and site protection testing for a total of more than 1,000 medical institutions and assessments on radiological occupational hazards for radiological diagnosis and treatment construction projects of over 300 medical institutions.
CIRP possesses the safety assessment qualification certificate, is able to conduct a wide range of technical services for industries including petroleum processing, chemical raw materials, chemicals and pharmaceutical manufacturing.