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Committee Biographies
Pages 65-69

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From page 65...
... He is a former medical director in the Division of Radiological Health, US Public Health Service, arid a former professor of radiology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is a member of the Society of Nuclear Medicine Radiation Effects Committee, which he chaired for 10 years; the Medical Internal Radiation Dose Co~nmittee; and the American Thyroid Association.
From page 66...
... She has served on two committees for the National Research Council's Board on Radioactive Waste Management and served on the Committee on Dos~metry for the Radiation Effects Research Foundation. She has received several awards, including the Young Faculty Achievement Award In the College of Sciences at Washington State University (1998-1999)
From page 67...
... Her fields of interest include human and ecologic risk assessment, environmental pathway analyses, environmental radiation monitoring, radionuclide and hazardous-chemical transport, radiochemistry, neutron activation analysis, nuclear-emergency response planning, and environmental regulations. She has held both reactor operator and senior reactor operator's licenses, and she is a former reactor supervisor for the Reed College TRIGA reactor.
From page 68...
... His main research interests are dynamic radioecology and environmental physics; radiation transport and radiation tracks in matter of electrons, photons, neutrons and ions; biophysical effects of ionizing radiation; and risk analysis for somatic late effects of low doses and low dose rates of ionizing radiation in humans. He is a member of the Radiation Research Society (USA)
From page 69...
... Dr. Stram earned his PhD in statistics Tom Temple University and engaged In postdoctoral research in biostatistics at the Harvard School of Public Health.

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