This week we IPAS is welcoming Prof Douglas Boreham from the Northern Ontario School of Medicine University (NOSMU)
Please join him and other members if you are in the Braggs or just simply click on the following link or dial in to join the IPAS Seminar
Dial: +61 8 7150 1149 - Meeting ID: 829 9702 8439 - Passcode: 881233
Researching the Effects of the Presence and Absence of Ionizing Radiation - The REPAIR Project in SNOLAB.
Dr. Boreham is currently a professor at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine University (NOSM U) and is Division Head for the Medical Sciences Division. Dr. Boreham is a recognized leader in the areas of radiation in medicine and health, and radioprotection of humans and the environment. He has earned several awards including: McMaster President’s Award for Excellence in Instruction (2004), Canadian Nuclear Achievement Award for outstanding Education and Communications (2005), Canadian Radiation Protection Association – Distinguished Achievement Award in Recognition of Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Radiation Protection (2009), Radiation Research Society – Mentor of the Year Award for Scholars in Training (2010). The International Dose-Response Society selected Dr. Boreham as recipient of the 2015 Outstanding Leadership Award in the field of Dose Response. He has supervised numerous graduate students and Postdoctoral Fellows and has over 160 peer reviewed scientific publications. He is currently funded by several organizations including NSERC and the Canadian Space Agency and has international collaborations with NASA and in Australia.
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