• Home
  • News
  • ARPS invites a young career professional to participate in a round table discussion on the topic Radiation Protection Future and Our Dreams

ARPS invites a young career professional to participate in a round table discussion on the topic Radiation Protection Future and Our Dreams

10 Dec 2020 11:09 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

ARPS invites a young career professional to participate in a round table discussion on the topic Radiation Protection Future and Our Dreams

ARPS is looking for an early career professional (under 40 years of age) with demonstrated interest and contributions in the field of radiation protection. The selected person will be nominated to take part in a 60 minute regional web round table discussion on the topic of Radiation Protection and Our Dreams. Two other nominations in the round table will also be early career professionals selected by the Japan Health Physics Society and the Korean Association of Radiation Protection. They will be accompanied by Dr Haruyuki Ogino, Bo Lindell Medallist announced for 2021. Bo Lindell award is announced by the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) for a young career scientist for exemplary contribution to the promotion of radiological protection. 

 

The round table is scheduled in January 2021. To be selected, please apply via a return email by 17 December 2020.  Kindly attach a resume and 1 page of information which demonstrates your scientific, and professional contributions in the field of radiation protection, including service to ARPS.  

 

This round table is an opportunity to broaden your professional footprint and network on a regional scale, and also provide motivation for other early career professionals. Professor Fujio Fujibuchi, the meeting organiser, is expected to write about the views expressed during the round table as a publication in the Journal of Radiation Protection and Research.

Please contact:
secretariat@arps.org.au

 Copyright © ARPS 2021

Webmaster Matthew Wiggins