Dumit to Give College of Pharmacy Graduate Research Seminar
USTUR/College of Pharmacy (COP) PhD student, Sara Dumit, will present her preliminary research findings at a COP Graduate Research Seminar in Spokane, WA.
2016 Annual Report
The FY2016 USTUR Annual Report has been completed and is available for download. It summarizes organization, activities, and scientific accomplishments at the USTUR from April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016.Read Story
Sara Dumit awarded $1,000 CCHPS Scholarship
USTUR/College of Pharmacy PhD student, Sara Dumit, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Columbia Chapter of the Health Physics Society (CCHPS). Her application for this scholarship included a 1,000 word essay on “Health Physics as a Profession.”Read Story
Dr. Tabatadze serves on advisory committee for WSU’s radiation protection certificate program
George Tabatadze has been appointed as an advisory committee member for the WSU Tri-Cities Graduate Certificate Program in Radiation Protection. Last December, Dr. Tabatadze developed and taught a lecture and laboratory class for radiation instrumentation students, and he plans to continue offering his support to the program.Read Story
2015 Annual Report
The FY2015 USTUR Annual Report has been completed and is available for download. It summarizes organization, activities, and scientific accomplishments at the USTUR from April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015.Read Story
USTUR/COP PhD student gives three presentations in March
USTUR/College of Pharmacy PhD student, Sara Dumit, gave three presentations in March.
The first was a seminar presentation given to College of Pharmacy faculty and students as a part of the college’s graduate research seminar class. Ms. Dumit summarized her work to fit urine and lung data from USTUR case 0785 using ICRP’s biokinetic models.Read Story
Lecture for Internal & Environmental Dosimetry Class
In March, Maia Avtandilashvili provided a 2-hour lecture to students in WSU’s Internal and Environmental Dosimetry class (ENVR_SCI 523). Dr. Avtandilashvili introduced students to the Integrated Modules for Bioassay Analysis (IMBA) internal dosimetry software, and gave examples of how IMBA can be used as a tool to estimate radionuclide intakes from bioassay data such as urinalysis or in-vivo body count results.Read Story