|Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture|
|March 12, 2012||Dr. Antone L. Brooks gave the Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the National Council on Radiation Protection & Measurement (NCRP). Dr. Brooks subsequently gave his lecture titled, “From the Field to the Laboratory and Back: The What Ifs, Wows and Who Cares of Radiation Biology” at a Columbia Chapter of the Health Physics Society Meeting (photo at right). The Lauriston S. Taylor Lectue honors researchers who have significantly contributed to the field of radiation biology.|
Download Dr. Brooks' Lecture [pdf - 6.2 MB]
Read PNNL's article, "Tony Brooks Chosen As Lauriston S. Taylor Lecturer"
|Lectures at Canadian Universities|
|April 7, 2011||
USTUR's director, Dr. Sergei Tolmachev, gave invited lectures to students at two Canadian universities: Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec; and McMaster University Medical Physics & Applied Radiation Sciences department, Hamilton, Ontario.
The latter was a core part of a technical discussion on Bruce Power-McMaster University's alpha dosimetry service.
|WSU's Radiation Biology & Ecology Graduate Course|
|March 30, 2010||
Dr. James gave a lecture, "The U.S. Transuranium and Uranium Registries: Lifetime Follow-up of Former U.S. Plutonium Workers," to the Spring 2010 WSU/Tri-Cities graduate course on "Radiation Biology & Ecology."
|March 2, 2010||
From “Mountain Sickness” in the 15th century silver mines of Erzgebirge to the 2006 “elimination” of Alexander Litvinenko – what are the links?
Dr. James gave a lecture, "Incorporated Radionuclides: Health Effects, Dosimetry and the National Radiobiology Archives (NRA)," to the Spring 2010 WSU/Tri-Cities graduate course on “Radiation Biology & Ecology.”
Dr. Richard Toohey's slide presentation,"The Saga of the Radium Dial Painters: The first occupational internal dose study cohort," provides an overview of radium studies in the United States.
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