Pablo Cristini is manager of radioisotope production at Argentina’s National Commission of Atomic Energy. While at the commission, he has led the process of converting production of molybdenum 99 from highly-enriched uranium to low-enriched uranium (LEU), and has overseen transfers of LEU-based technology for molybdenum production to national authorities in Australia and Egypt. Before becoming manager of radioisotope production, he was head of the commission’s fission molybdenum production plant. He has published over 25 scientific papers. He received a degree in chemical sciences, with a specialization in radiochemistry, from the University of Buenos Aires in 1985.