I am an assistant attending physicist with expertise in applying high-performance radiation transport algorithms to the analysis of occupational radiation safety and epidemiology. The overarching goal of my research is to deepen our understanding of exposure to ionizing radiation and its subsequent adverse health effects. My research has primarily focused on the unintentional intake of radionuclides along with external exposure to radionuclides and radiation-generating devices. Additionally, my research involves quantifying the risk associated with non-acute radiation exposures by supporting the epidemiology of large cohorts of occupationally exposed radiation workers through historical internal and external dose reconstruction.
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