Dade Moeller Lecture Series
The Dade Moeller lecture joins the G. William Morgan and Robert S. Landauer, Sr., lectures that enable distinguished experts in the radiological sciences and engineering to share their knowledge with the membership of the Society at our national meetings. The lectureship includes a plaque, an honorarium, and travel support to the meeting. The inaugural Dade Moeller lectureship was presented in 2009.
Dr. Dade W. Moeller is a past president of the Society and recipient of the Robley Evans medal, the Society’s highest honor for lifetime scientific achievement. In addition to being an outstanding health physicist, Dr. Moeller has always been, first and foremost, an educator. He is the author of over 250 papers published on various aspects of environmental health, with emphasis on radiation protection and associated standards, waste management, and environmental monitoring. He is the author of the widely used textbook Environmental Health. Dr. Moeller is also Professor Emeritus of the Harvard University School of Public Health.
Due to a generous gift from affiliate member Dade Moeller & Associates, Inc., the Health Physics Society has established the Dade Moeller Fund. The Society’s Awards Committee has the responsibility for selection of the radiation safety experts who will be supported by this fund.