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A Hormesis Revival and Its Reflective Champion Ed Calabrese

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2016 Outstanding Career Achievement: Thomas E. Johnson

2016 Outstanding Career Achievement: Thomas E. Johnson

Tom Johnson, the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Career Achievement Award, is a Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder in the Department of Integrative Physiology. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Behavioral Genetics where he first affiliated in 1981. Dr. Johnson received his BS at MIT, where he worked with David […]

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2016 Outstanding New Investigator: Giancarlo Lopez-Martinez

2016 Outstanding New Investigator: Giancarlo Lopez-Martinez

A Puerto Rico native, Dr López-Martínez received his MS and PhD from the Ohio State University with a focus on stress physiology of temperate and polar insects. A big component of his graduate work was rooted in hormesis and the protective benefits that low-levels of stress have against higher levels of different stressors (cross tolerance). […]

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2016 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Carol Marcus

2016 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Carol Marcus

Carol Marcus was born and raised in New York City. She received her B.S. in General Biology in 1960, an M.S. in Radiation Biology in 1961, and a Ph.D. in Physical Biology in 1963, all at Cornell University. She spent a year doing radiobiology research at the RVO-TNO in Rijswijk, The Netherlands. She then worked […]

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The Paradox of Finding Motivation Through Fear

UMass Amherst research informs a New York Times article. Read more.

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2016 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Mark L. Miller

2016 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Mark L. Miller

Professor Miller’s research focuses on radiation dose and risk assessment; radiation measurement and sampling techniques and procedure development; design and implementation of environmental and personnel radiation monitoring programs; emergency planning and response; transportation and disposal of radioactive waste; computer programming as required for data management and analysis; radiation safety training and public speaking; and as […]

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2016 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI)

2016 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI)

Website: http://radiationeffects.org In 2013, in response to the harm caused by the misinformation propagated regarding radiation effects in Fukushima, following the initiative of Dr. Bobby Scott of Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute, a group of about 20 scientists formed a new group known as Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI) with the following Charter and Mission: […]

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