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  About the Society
The Society for Radiation Research (SRR) is a scientific body of radiation researchers and individuals/students having interest in the area of radiation research. The SRR has been registered on December 15, 2014 in Mumbai by a group of scientists and clinicians. Society for Radiation Research is aimed:
(i) To promote research in the areas of radiation biology with basic and applied aspects, clinical radiation biology and oncology, radiation hormesis & low dose radiation biology, environmental radiation biology, nuclear medicine, radiation technologies, translational research, terrestrial and space radiation biology, non-ionizing radiation effects and any other relevant research areas.

(ii) To facilitate integration and interaction of different radiation research areas.

(iii) To promote the diffusion of knowledge in these research areas through organizing meetings, conferences, workshops, awareness programs, scientific publications etc.

(iv) To promote discussion, interactions amongst scientist-public-industry and acting as liaison to communicate facts and research developments to public, government and regulatory bodies.

(v) To integrate Society with other National and International Scientific Bodies.

(vi) To encourage and promote young researchers and students to pursue research and build career in the areas of radiation and cancer research.

(vii) To promote and facilitate education of radiation sciences in National Institutes

(vii) To promote and facilitate education of radiation sciences in National Institutes

Currently SRR has more than 70 members including many eminent scientists and clinicians from India and abroad.
SRR has organized two International Conferences (ICRR-HHE 2016, Feb. 11-13, 2016 at Mumbai and ICRR-HHE, Feb 1-4, 2018 at Hyderabad). It has organized first International School on Radiation Research (ISRR-2017) during Feb 2-4, 2017 at Annamalai University, Chdambaram.

Moreover, it has organized Public lectures, Discussion Meetings and Workshops on different themes related to radiation research.

The link to the society's website is
  About the Journal

Journal of Radiation and Cancer Research, a publication of Society for Radiation Research, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents and permits authors to self-archive final accepted version of the articles on any OAI-compliant institutional / subject-based repository.

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  Scope of the journal

JRCR aims to publish original research articles, reviews, technical notesJ reports, commentary, opinion related to basic and translational radiation biology (including ionizing and non-ionizing radiation); low dose radiation biology and epidemiology; radiation oncology; environmental and space radiation biology; radiophannaceuticals and nuclear medicine; radiation technologies application for human health and environment; basic cancer biology and therapeutic modalities; physical and chemical aspects of radiation effects to biological systems pertaining to radiation safety, human health and cancer radiotherapy.

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