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The Third James E. Turner Memorial Symposium, "Advances in Radiological Physics," will be hosted by the East Tennessee Chapter of the Health Physics Society 21–22 May 2014. The symposium honors the legacy of James E. (Jim) Turner, his
contributions to the field of microdosimetry, and his lifelong emphasis
on providing a strong radiological physics foundation to young health
physics professionals and students.
The symposium will be held in the Pollard Auditorium at Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU), Oak Ridge, Tennessee. James S. Bogard is the Program Committee chair.
The chapter invites members of the Society, students, and other scientists to participate.
Preference will be given to high-quality submissions by students and beginning professionals, but Health Physics Society members and other science professionals are also encouraged to submit abstracts online at hpschapters.org/etchps/2014Turner. Abstracts are due by 18 April 2014.
Prizes will be awarded for the best presentations. Some travel support may be available for students.