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Appendix E Biographical Sketches of Committee Members
Pages 211-216

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... Foskett Professor of Law at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington. He teaches and writes about environmental law, regulation of hazardous substances, risk, and environmental reme 211
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... He held several leadership positions at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, including division leader of the Environmental Sciences Division and director of the Risk Sciences Center. His research has included the environmental effects of utilizing geothermal energy, reconstruction of radiation doses from early fallout of nuclear weapons tests, and calculation of radiation doses from nuclear reactor accidents.
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... Previously, he was general counsel and deputy director of Trust for America's Health, a not-for-profit public health advocacy organization; deputy director of the Pew Environmental Health Commission at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health; and director of the Center for Public Health and Law at the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, D.C. He has worked extensively on environmental health and policy issues, including radiation protection, indoor air quality, alternatives to animal testing, and risk assessment.
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... nuclear weapons facilities. She has served on several NRC committees reviewing issues involving risk management within DOE's Environmental Management program.
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... Dr. Wong has served on several NRC committees on issues related to hazardous waste and site cleanup, peer review teams examining DOE's cleanup of the nuclear weapons complex, and programs on risk EPA assessment.

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