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  • USTUR director reappointed as KEEA technical advisor

    Dr. Sergei Tolmachev has been reappointed as a technical advisor at Kyushu Environmental Evaluation Association in Japan. He will serve a two-year term from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2022.

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  • SAC member to give Parker Lecture in April

    The USTUR invites you to join us as USTUR Scientific Advisory Committee member, Luiz Bertelli, discusses the radiological accident in Goiânia, Brazil during the Spring 2020 Herbert M. Parker Lecture. Dr. Bertelli is an internal dosimetrist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He has over 40 years of experience with internal dosimetry modeling and interpretation of monitoring for radiation workers, including 18 years in Brazil. The Parker Lecture Series is sponsored by the Herbert M. Parker Foundation in partnership with WSU Tri-Cities.

    Wednesday April 22, 2020 5:00 pm
    WSU Tri-Cities East Auditorium – E266

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  • 2019 Annual Report

    The USTUR’s 2019 Annual Report has been completed and is available for download. The document summarizes organization, activities, and scientific accomplishments at the USTUR from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019 (fiscal year 2019).

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  • Anthony Riddell from Public Health England joins adjunct faculty to USTUR

    Tony Riddell has been appointed as an adjunct faculty member with the USTUR, he has more than thirty years’ of internal dosimetry experience and also within related areas of research such as epidemiology and radiobiology. Mr. Riddell leads the Internal Dosimetry Group at Public Health England (PHE), where he is responsible for the management and delivery of the United Kingdom’s national internal dose assessment capability and a program of research which supports this capability and the work of organisations such as the International Commission on Radiological Protection.

    Having shared research interests in areas such as radionuclide metabolism, dosimetry and potential exposure risks, USTUR has … » More …

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