Operational Radiation Safety

Dr. Leslie Braby positioning a dish of cells for irradiation with the TAMU microbeam.
Credit: submitted by anonymous citizen via reportit.krqe.com Website for this and related pictures is http://interactives.krqe.com/photomojo/gallery/587/3/las-conchas-fire/too-close/.


Health Physics in Texas
Craig A. Little


Designing, Implementing, and Conducting a Web-Based Radiation Safety Training Program to Meet Texas Standards for Radiation Protection
Jennifer A. Cerecero and Michael A. Charlton

How the University of Texas System Responded to the Need for Interim Storage of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Materials
Robert J. Emery

Radiological Safety at a Broad Scope Radioactive Materials License: Texas A&M University
Daniel I. Menchaca, William D. Duncan, T. Michael Martin, and Derek L. Phillips

Long-Lived Impurities of 90Y-labeled Microspheres, TheraSphere and SIR-Spheres, and the Impact on Patient Dose and Waste Management
John Metyko, John M. Williford, William Erwin, John Poston, Jr., and Sandra Jimenez

Radiological Safety Concerns for the Accelerator Production of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radionuclides in a University Setting
T. Michael Martin and Gamal Akabani

Determining the Applicability of then Landauer nanoDot as a General Public Dosimeter in a Research Imaging Facility
Michael A. Charlton, Kelly F. Thoreson, and Jennifer A. Cerecero