CURRICULUM VITAE

Steven L. Simon

Simon

Education:

  • 1973, B.S. Science Education, University of Texas at Austin
  • 1975, B.S. Physics, University of Texas at Austin
  • 1977, M.S. Radiological Physics, University of Texas at Arlington and University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Dallas, Dallas, TX (joint program)
  • 1985, Ph.D. Radiological Health Sciences, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO

Brief Chronology of Employment:

  • 1975-1977. Graduate Research Assistant. Department of Radiological Physics, University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas.
  • 1977-1979. Research Medical Physicist. University of New Mexico Cancer Research and Treatment Center - based at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF), Biomedical Facility. Responsible for treatment planning dosimetry for pi-meson radiation therapy clinical trials for solid cancers.
  • 1980. Graduate Research Assistant. Los Alamos National Laboratory. Theoretical Biophysics Group (T-10). Computer management for DNA Sequence Library.
  • 1980 (summer). Planetary Biology Intern. NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA. Intern in NASA LANDSAT satellite imaging program.
  • 1982-1985. Graduate Research Assistant. Radioecology Group, Department of Radiology and Radiation Biology, Colorado State University.
  • 1985 (summer). Post-Doctoral Researcher. Radioecology Group, Department of Radiology and Radiation Biology, Colorado State University.
  • 1986. Research Associate. Department of Epidemiology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Developmental work on methods for dose assessment and uncertainty/sensitivity analysis for radiation health effects studies in Utah - Leukemia Case Control Study and Thyroid Cohort Study.
  • 1986-1990. Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Public Health. Taught graduate level health physics course and supervised graduate research:
    • Radiation Instrumentation (graduate level),
    • Elements of Health Physics (upper level undergraduate and graduate),
    • Environmental Radioactivity and Assessment (graduate level),
    • Medical Physics Instruction Coordinator (graduate level),
  • 1989 (summer) Visiting Scientist, Environmental Sciences Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). Designed dose assessment methodology and uncertainty analysis for environmental radiation dose assessments.
  • 1989-1995. Director - Marshall Islands Nationwide Radiological Study, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Duties included:
    • (a) Director of laboratory and field studies for nationwide radiological monitoring program (staff of 11 persons). Responsibility to direct studies funded under Compact of Free Association (an international agreement with the U.S.). Designed and oversaw construction of radiological analysis laboratory, directed a comprehensive, environmental radiological measurement and sampling program for 29 atolls. Scientist in residence to provide guidance to the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands and Nuclear Claims Tribunal on radiological health and environmental radiation issues.
    • (b) Principal Investigator for Marshall Islands Nationwide Thyroid Disease Study, employing 14 persons (concurrently as Director of laboratory), 1993-1997. Study examined over 7,200 Marshallese for thyroid disease. Coordination staff for thyroid screening and developed thyroid dosimetry.
    • (c) Member of Scientific Management Team for the U.S. Congressionally funded Rongelap Resettlement Project. Responsibilities included Principal Investigator for
      • (1) radiological monitoring and laboratory analysis of the environment of Rongelap Atoll,
      • (2) determining compliance with dose limit for future residents and for environmental contamination of transuranic radionuclides, and
      • (3) studies of microdistribution of plutonium in soil from Rongelap. Also, co-investigator to provide guidance and recommendations for remediation of Rongelap Atoll.
  • 1997- 2000: Senior Staff Officer, Board on Radiation Effects Research, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Washington, DC. Directed studies on:
    • (1) Risk Assessment of Radon in Drinking Water,
    • (2) A Review of Guidelines for Limiting Exposure to Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials,
    • (3) Exposure of the American People to 131I From Nevada Nuclear Bomb Tests: Review of the National Cancer Institute Report and Public Health Implications (co-directed with the Institute of Medicine),
    • (4) Review of the Hanford Thyroid Disease Study Draft Final Report, and
    • (5) Battlefield Radiation Exposure Criteria (co-directed with the Institute of Medicine).
  • 1999 – 2000. Director of Radiological Survey of Johnston Island, November. In partnership with R.F. Weston, Inc. under contract to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
  • 2000 – 2008. Expert. Radiation Dosimetry, Radiation Epidemiology Branch, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Rockville, MD, USA.
  • January 2009 – 2011. Staff Scientist. Radiation Dosimetry, Radiation Epidemiology Branch, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Rockville, MD, USA.
  • January 2011 – present. Head of Dosimetry Group, Radiation Epidemiology Branch, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Rockville, MD, USA.

Program Development at the National Cancer Institute — Co-PI and Principal Scientist of Radiation Epidemiology Branch (NCI) Research Program on Radiological and Nuclear Threats. Funding from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. 2005-2010; 2010; 2011-2015.

Specialized Experience
Radiological Monitoring

  • (i.) Republic of the Marshall Islands (U.S. nuclear test sites), 1989-1995: Survey Director.
  • (ii.) Mururoa, French Polynesia (French nuclear test sites), 1996: IAEA Team-member.
  • (iii.) Sri Lanka, (high natural background radiation areas), 1997: IAEA Special expert.
  • (iv.) Algeria (French nuclear test sites), 1999: IAEA Team-member.
  • (v.) Johnston Island (U.S. nuclear test site), 1999-2000: Survey Director.
Radiological Health Risk Advisor
  • (i.) Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Chief Scientist in Resident. Office of the Chief Secretary and Ministry of Health and Environment. 1990-1995.
  • (ii.) Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Health Unit Team Member deployed to Embassy of Japan, Tokyo, Japan during Fukushima Nuclear Crisis. April, 2011.

Special Expertise:
Radiation dosimetry (environmental, medical, occupational)
Environmental radiological monitoring (design, instrumentation use, sample analysis for radioactivity and radionuclides)
Laboratory and in-situ gamma spectrometry
Dose reconstruction for environmental, occupational, and medical exposures
Monte Carlo-based uncertainty analysis for dosimetry calculations
Nuclear track detection in plastic detectors and quantitative analysis of alpha tracks

Honors and Other Scientific Recognition
Planetary Biology Internship (co-sponsored by NASA and Boston University), NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA, summer, 1980.
Mining and Mineral Resource Center Fellowship (for doctoral research), Colorado School of Mines to Colorado State University, 1981-82.
Health Physics Society Student Travel Grant Award, 1983.
Mined Land Reclamation Dissertation Award, Environmental Resources Center, Colorado State University, 1985.
National Institutes of Health (NIH), Merit Award: "For Creating and Fostering a Citizen-Centered Collaboration Between Advocates and the Federal Government to Communicate Complex Risk Information to the Public." October 2004.
National Institutes of Health (NIH), Merit Award for the "First Broad-Based Description of Applications of Radiation Dosimetry to Epidemiological Studies." November 2007.
National Institutes of Health (NIH), Recognition Certificate for Ten-Years of Government Service, November 2010.
Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG), National Cancer Institute, NIH: Best publication by Staff Scientist in 2010. 2011.
Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG), National Cancer Institute, NIH: Exemplary Service Award for Deployment to Japan During Fukushima Nuclear Crisis. 2011.
National Institutes of Health. (NIH). Merit Award "For Seminal Contributions to Improving Estimates of Radiation Doses from Radioactive Fallout from Nuclear Testing and Accidents, Thereby Clarifying Associated Cancer Risk." 2011 (to be awarded Nov. 3, 2011).

Professional Affiliations:
Health Physics Society
Sigma Xi Research Society
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements

Committee Service
1. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), Science Advisory Board:
(i) Sources and Transport Subcommittee, 1988: Participated in review of technical basis of the radionuclide National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP).
(ii) Radiation Advisory Committee, 1989: Review of Background Information Documents for radionuclide NESHAP.
2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Reviewer/liaison of Hanford Dose Reconstruction Project and then proposed CDC Thyroid Morbidity Study. 1989-1990.
3. National Environmental Management Workshop, Invited participant. Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands, 9-11 October, 1991.
4. Panel on Environmental Exposure Assessment at the Workshop on Energy-Related Epidemiologic Research Agenda, held by the Centers for Disease Control and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, 3-4 December, 1991, Atlanta, GA.
5. Panel member to review Uncertainty/Sensitivity Plans for the Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project, May 1993.
6. Member ANSI N13.33 Working Group, Prepared ANSI Standard, Guide for preparation of Environmental Radiation Surveillance and Monitoring Reports, July 1993 - 1997.
7. Associate Editor and Editorial Board Member: HEALTH PHYSICS, 1 July 1993–present.
8. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA, Vienna): Consultant to Division of Radiation and Waste Safety. Team member to monitor Mururoa and Fangataufa Atolls, French Polynesia. July-August 1996.
9. NCRP (National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements). Member of Scientific Committee 84-1, December 1996-1999. Committee produced NCRP Report No. 129: Recommended Screening Limits for Contaminated Surface Soil and Review of Factors Relevant to Site-Specific Studies.
10. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), member of Uncertainty in Radiogenic Risk Subcommittee of Radiation Advisory Committee of Science Advisory Board (SAB), 1997-1998.
11. Rocky Flats Soil Action Level Oversight Panel (RFSALOP), Denver CO: peer review team for the determination of soil action levels. 1999.
12. Member and Scientific Secretary of External Laboratory Performance Review Team for International Atomic Energy Agency Laboratories (IAEA Monaco and Vienna). IAEA. 2001.
13. Member of Review Panel on Rocky Flats Historical Dosimetry for State of Colorado, Department of Public Health and Environment (Denver, CO). 2001.
14. Member of NIH, NCI, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) Fallout Dose Calculator Working Group, 2001 – 2003.
15. Member of NIH, NCI Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) 131I Communications Working Group, 2001 – 2003.
16. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Member of Program Area Committee 6: Radiation Measurements and Dosimetry, Appointed May, 2000–present.
17. Chairperson of REB Dosimetry Monograph Committee, National Cancer Institute. 2001 – present.
18. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA, Vienna): Panel on research needs related to radiation levels and effects in areas of elevated natural radiation. Division of Human Health, Applied Radiation Biology and Radiotherapy Section. 2002. Completed.
19. Member of National Cancer Institute Radiobiology Bioterrorism Research and Training Group (RABRAT). April 2003 – present.
20. Appointment to Research Needs Committee of Health Physics Society, July 2003 – July 2006.
21. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA, Vienna): Member of Working Group on Environmental Modeling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS), 131I committee. Sept. 2003 – 2009.
22. Health Physics Society: Delegate to International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA): 2003 – 2007.
23. Member of Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) Committee of Scientists. January 2004-October 2005.
24. Member of ad hoc Committee for DTRA/VA Review, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). 2004.
25. Member of ad hoc expert review panel on Prussian Blue (panel to assist the Assistant Secretary for Public Health Emergency Preparedness in developing a final recommendation to D.H.H.S. Secretary on the national requirement for Prussian Blue, a radiological terrorism countermeasure). 2004.
26. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Council Member. Appointed April, 2004-2010.
27. Member of NCRP Scientific Committee 6-1, Committee on Uncertainties in the Measurement and Dosimetry of External Radiation Sources, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Appointed July 2004.
28. Member of Joint Interagency Working Group on Emergency Medical Countermeasures for Nuclear and Radiological Response, Dept. of Homeland Security, Appointed November 2004. Completed.
29. Member of Radiation Biodosimetry Network (RBN) Working Group. Dept. of Health and Human Services and Dept. of Homeland Security. Appointed November 2005.
30. Member of NCRP Scientific Committee 6-4, Committee on Dose Reconstruction, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Appointed July 2006-2010.
31. Chair of Consensus Committee on Retrospective Dosimetry, BiodosEPR-2006 conference, appointed April 2006. Completed.
32. Chair of NCRP Scientific Committee 1-20, Biological Effectiveness of Photons as a Function of Energy, April 2010 – present.

Invited Presentations (2000-present):
1. Advisory Committee on Energy-Related Epidemiologic Research (ACERER). "Status of a Feasibility Study of the Consequences to the American Population of Nuclear Weapons Tests Conducted by the United States and Other Nations". C.W. Miller (CDC) and S.L. Simon (NCI). Columbia, MD, June 7, 2000.
2. Nagasaki University. Department of Public Health. Lecture on "Radiation Doses Received by the American People from Nuclear Testing". January 2001.
3. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). 5 April, 2001. Meeting Theme: Fallout from Atmospheric Nuclear Tests—Impact on Science and Society. Presentation: "Summary of Doses Received Locally from Fallout Originating at Nuclear Weapons Testing Sites Worldwide". 2001.
4. U.S. Department of Energy, Germantown, MD. "Thyroid Disease and Retrospective Dosimetry in the Marshall Islands: A Status Report on the Present State of Knowledge". 30 May 2001.
5. Workshop On Biological And Chemical Agents Of Terrorism In Food, December 12-13, 2001, Washington, D.C. Sponsored by International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI). Invited Paper: "Risks to the American Food Supply from Contamination with Radioactivity".
6. Lecture. "Thyroid Disease and Retrospective Dosimetry in the Marshall Islands: A Status Report on the Present State of Knowledge". Radiation Epidemiology Branch, National Cancer Institute, February 20, 2002.
7. Presentation to The National Academy Of Sciences Committee to Review the CDC-NIH-Feasibility Study of the Health Consequences to the American Population from Nuclear Weapons Tests. A Feasibility Study Of The Health Consequences To The American Population From Nuclear Weapons Tests Conducted By The United States And Other Nations. April 26, 2002.
8. Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI). Lecture on "Thyroid Disease and Retrospective Dosimetry in the Marshall Islands: A Status Report on the Present State of Knowledge". May 14, 2002.
9. Department of Physiology University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, July 27. "Thyroid cancer risk related to worldwide fallout."
10. Third International Conference "Ecology, Radiation, Health", Radiation Dosimetry Workshop, Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan. Presentation: Models and Data to Derive Estimates of Radiation Doses to Members of a Cohort Residing in Villages Near the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site." September 24, 2002.
11. "High natural background radiation: To study or not?" Presentation to Pre-coordination Research Program Advisory group, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna, Austria, Feb. 6-7, 2003.
12. "Dosimetry for Marshall Islands Thyroid Study". Presentation to study group on Risk Of Thyroid Cancer Following Exposure To 131I Early In Life, IARC, Lyon, France, June 5-6, 2003.
13. "The NCI 131I Dose and Risk Calculator". Presentation to 131I Working Group of Programme on Environmental Modelling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna, Austria, September 3, 2003.
14. "Evidence Relating to Compensation for Downwinders under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA)". Presentation to National Research Council Committee to Assess the Scientific Information for the Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. October 9, 2003.
15. "Monitoring and Remediation Strategies at Nuclear Test Sites Worldwide". Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Health Physics Society. Denver, CO. October 29, 2003.
16. (1) "Surveying and Remediation of Nuclear Test Sites Worldwide", and (2) "Radiation Dosimetry for Epidemiology Studies" Guest lectures in graduate course in Radiation Public Health. Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO. October 30, 2003.
17. Workshop on Development of Joint Russian/U.S. Methodology for Assessing Doses from Nuclear Weapons Tests for the Purpose of Cancer Risk Estimation. Institute of Biophysics, Moscow, Russia. December 11, 2003.
18. "Dosimetry with Specific Application to Considerations for Environmental Radiation and Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM). International Conference on High Levels of Natural Radiation and Radon Areas, September 6-10, 2004, Osaka, Japan.
19. "Considerations for Integrating Dosimetry and Epidemiology into a Radiological Terrorism Response Plan," Presented at Meeting of the Blue Ribbon Panel for the NIH Strategic Plan and Research Agenda for Medical Countermeasures Against Radiological and Nuclear Threats, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Thursday, October 14, 2004, Bethesda, MD.
20. "Considerations for Integrating Dosimetry and Epidemiology into a Radiological Terrorism Response Plan," Presented at the Joint Interagency Working Group on Emergency Medical Counter Measures for Nuclear and Radiological Response, Nuclear and Radiological Program, Dept. of Homeland Security, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Nov. 17, 2004, Livermore, CA.
21. Experimental Methodology and Results for Intercomparison of Bricks From Dolon Village, March 10, 2005. Simon, S.L., Stephen W.S. McKeever, S.W.S., Blair, M.W. Bouville, A. Second Dosimetry Workshop on the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site. Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan.
22. External Dose Estimates for Villages Near to the Semipalatinsk Test Site as Modified By the U.S./Russian Joint Methodology. Simon, S.L., Beck, H.L., Gordeev, K., Bouville, A., Anspaugh, L.R., Land, C.E., Luckyanov, N., Shinkarev, S. March 9, 2005. Second Dosimetry Workshop on the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site. Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan.
23. East-West Center Washington, Congressional Study Group on the Pacific Islands. Simon, S.L. "The Legacy of Nuclear Testing in the Marshall Islands." June 29, 2005.
24. Simon, S.L. Testimony before the Committee on Resources and Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, United States House of Representatives. Oversight Hearing on the United States Nuclear Legacy in the Marshall Islands: Consideration of Issues Relating to the Changed Circumstance Petition. 25 May, 2005.
25. Simon, S.L. Testimony Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources United States Senate Hearing on Effects of the U.S. Nuclear Testing Program in the Marshall Islands. 19 July, 2005.
26. A Primer on Radiation Issues Related to Nuclear Terrorism. S.L. Simon and A. Bouville. 172nd National Meeting of the American Association of the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 20 Feb. 2006. St. Louis, MO.
27. BiodosEPR-2006 Conference, July 12, 2006, Bethesda, MD, "Biodosimetric Methods To Evaluate Radiation Doses At Long Times After Exposure: Introduction to the Draft Report of Consensus Committee 1" (Presenter and Committee Chair).
28. American Geophysical Union (AGU), San Francisco, CA, Dec. 11, 2006, "Long-Term Consequences of Radioactive Fallout From Conflicts Involving Nuclear Explosions" (S.L. Simon, A. Bouville B. Moroz, H.L. Beck).
29. Biodose-2008 Conference, September 8, 2008, Dartmouth University, Hanover, NH, "Overview of the Current Use and Future Needs of Biodosimetry in Studies of Long-Term Health Risk Following Radiation Exposure" (S.L. Simon, A. Bouville, R. Kleinerman).
30. Simon, S.L. The NCI Schema for Incorporation Uncertainty into Estimates of Radiation Dose in a Study of Thyroid Disease in Kazakhstan, Workshop on Uncertainties in Radiation Dosimetry and their Impact on Risk Analysis, Georgetown University, May 8, 2009.
31. Simon, SL. "Personnel dose estimation for interventional cardiology and other higher dose procedures," American Statistical Association Conference on Radiation and Health, Annapolis, MD, June 13, 2010.
32. Simon, S.L. Radiation organ doses received by U.S. radiologic technologists: estimation methods and findings," 55th annual Health Physics Society Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, June 29-20, 2010.
33. Simon, SL. "Summary of NCRP Report No. 158: Uncertainties in the measurement and dosimetry of external radiation." 55th annual Health Physics Society Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, June 29-20, 2010.
34. Simon, SL. "Radiation dose reconstruction for health risk studies: Many challenges, Some solutions." International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), Lyon, France. October 8, 2010.
35. Mabuchi, K., Simon, SL, Little, MP. "Potential worker and public health impacts from the Fukushima accident." National Radiation Studies Board, National Academy of Sciences, May 26, 2011.
36. Simon, SL. "Response of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Protecting Americans in Japan during the Fukushima Nuclear Crisis. 56th Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society. West Palm Beach, FL, June 2011.
37. Simon, SL. "The Fukushima Disaster: What We Know Today About the Accident and Possible Health Effects." NASA Occupational Health Symposium, Albuquerque, NM. July 18, 2011.
38. Simon, SL. "Dosimetry Techniques To Support Long-Term Health Risk Studies." 14th International Congress on Radiation Research, Warsaw, Poland. Sept. 3, 2011.
39. Simon, SL and Mabuchi, K. "After the Crisis: What Next? Preparing for Long-Term Follow-up of an Exposed Population."5th International REAC/TS Symposium on the Medical Basis for Radiation Accident Preparedness. Miami, FL. Sept. 29, 2011.

Journal Editorial Boards:
Health Physics (1993-present)
Special Editor Services
1. Special Editor of Health Physics issue on Consequences of Nuclear Testing in the Marshall Islands 73(1), 1997.
2. Co-Editor of special issue of Technology to honor the career of Merril Eisenbud, 1998-2000 [Technology 7(2-4)].
3. Chief Special Editor, Proceedings of Biodose-2008 Conference, Health Physics 98(2), February, 2010.
4. Chair of NCI group to prepare special issue of Radiation Research, Dosimetry for Epidemiologic Studies. July, 2006.
5. Chair of NCI group to prepare special issue of Health Physics. Radiation and Cancer Risk Assessment for the Marshall Islands. Health Physics, August, 2010.

Journal Review Services:
Advances in Environmental Research
Atmospheric Environment
Canadian Journal of Soil Science
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention
Health Physics
International Journal of Radiation Biology
Journal of Environmental Quality
Journal of Environmental Radioactivity
Journal of Public Health Nutrition
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences
Radiation Measurements
Radiation Research
Radiology

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Peer-reviewed publications.
1. Smith, A.R.; K.R. Hogstrom; S.L. Simon; P. Berardo; S. Zink; J. Somers; M. M. Kligerman; Tsujii. Dosimetry and Treatment Planning for Pion Radiotherapy at LAMPF, In High LET Radiations in Clinical Radiotherapy Supplement to the European Journal of Cancer, 233-234. 1979.
2. Hogstrom, K.R.; A.R. Smith; S.L. Simon; J. W. Somers; R.G. Lane; I. I. Rosen; C.A. Kelsey; P. A. Berardo; S. M. Zink. Static Pion Beam Treatment Planning of Deep Seated Tumors Using Computerized Tomographic Scans, International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics 5:875-876. 1979.
3. Hogstrom, K.R.; A. R. Smith; J. W. Somers; R. G. Lane; I. I. Rosen; S.L. Simon; C. A. Kelsey. Measurements of the Effect of Inhomogeneities and Compensating Bolus in Clinical Pion Beams, Medical Physics 6:26-31. 1979.
4. Simon, S.L.; E. J. Deming. 1986. Leaching of 226Ra from Leaves and Soil and the Relationship to the Internal Contamination of Plants, Journal of Environmental Quality 15(3):305-308.
5. Simon, S.L.; L. Fraley, Jr. 226Ra Uptake by Sagebrush from Uniform and Non-Uniform Soil Amendments, Journal of Environmental and Experimental Botany 26(1):81-88. 1986.
6. Simon, S.L.; L. Fraley, Jr. Uptake and Kinetics of Uranium Progeny Injected In-Situ, Journal of Environmental Quality 15(4):345-350. 1986.
7. Simon, S.L.; S.A. Ibrahim. The Plant/Soil Concentration Ratio: Evidence for Non-linearity with Reference to Calcium, Radium, Lead and Polonium, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 5:123-142. 1987.
8. Lloyd, R.; D.C. Gren; S.L. Simon; M.E. Wrenn; H.A. Hawthorne; W. Stevens; J. Till; T. Lotz. Assigning Individual Exposures from Nevada Test Site Fallout for Utah Leukemia Cases and Controls, Health Physics 59(5):723-737. 1990.
9. Hamrick, P.E.; B.E. Wall; S.L. Simon. Incineration and Monitoring of Low Level Sulfur-35 Wastes at a Biological Research Institution. Health Physics 57(1):191-194. 1990.
10. Ibrahim, S.A.; F.W. Whicker; S.L. Simon. Ground Distribution Patterns of Selected Radioactive, Chemical and Physical Contaminants From Dispersion of U Mill Tailings. Health Physics 58(3): 321-328. 1990.
11. Simon, S.L. An Analysis of Vegetation Interception Data Pertaining to Close-In Weapons Test Fallout, Health Physics 59(5):619-626. 1990.
12. Simon S.L.; R. D. Lloyd; J. E. Till; H. A. Hawthorne; D. C. Gren; M. Rallison; W. Stevens. Development of a Method to Estimate Dose from Fallout Radioiodine to Persons in a Thyroid Cohort Study, Health Physics 59(5):669-691. 1990.
13. Stevens, W.; D. C. Thomas; J. L. Lyon; J. E. Till; R. Kerber; S.L. Simon; R. D. Lloyd; S. Preston-Martin. Leukemia in Utah and Radioactive Fallout from the Nevada Test Site - A Case-Control Study. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 264(5):585-591. 1990.
14. Kerber, R. A.; J. E. Till; S.L. Simon; J. L. Lyon; D. C. Thomas; S. Preston- Martin; M. L. Rallison; R. D. Lloyd; W. Stevens. A Cohort Study of Thyroid Disease in Relation to Fallout from Nuclear Testing. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 270(17):2076-2082. 1993.
15. Till, J.E.; S.L. Simon; R. A. Kerber; R. D. Lloyd; W. Stevens; D. C. Thomas; J. L. Lyon; S. Preston-Martin. The Utah Thyroid Study: Analysis of the Dosimetry Results. Health Physics 68(4):472-483. 1995.
16. Simon, S.L.; J. E. Till; R. D. Lloyd; R. L. Kerber; D. C. Thomas; S. Preston-Martin; J. L. Lyon; W. Stevens. 1995. The Utah Leukemia Case-Control Study: Dosimetry Methodology and Results. Health Physics 68(4):460-471. 1995.
17. Simon, S.L.; T. Jenner; J. C. Graham; A. Borchert. A Comparison of Macro- and Microscopic Measurements of Plutonium in Contaminated Soil from the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 194(1): 197-205. 1995.
18. Graham, J. C.; S.L. Simon. A Study of 137Cs in Soil Profiles from the Marshall Islands, Science and the Total Environment 183: 255-268. 1996.
19. Simon, S.L.; J. C. Graham. Dose Assessment Activities in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Health Physics 71(4):438-456. 1996.
20. Simon, S.L. A Brief History of People and Events Related to Atomic Weapons Testing in the Marshall Islands. Health Physics 73(1):5-20. 1997.
21. Diggle, P.; L. Harper, L.; S.L. Simon. Geostatistical Analysis of Residual Contamination From Nuclear Weapons Testing. In Statistics for the Environment 3: Pollution Assessment and Control. pp. 89-107 (SPRUCE: Statistics in Public Resources, Utilities and in Care of the Environment. Proceedings from 11-15 December 1995, Merida, Mexico). 1997.
22. Simon, S.L.; J. C. Graham. Findings of the First Comprehensive Radiological Monitoring Program of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Health Physics 73(1):66-85. 1997.
23. Simon, S.L.; W. L. Robison. A Compilation of Atomic Weapons' Test Detonation Data for U.S. Pacific Ocean tests. Health Physics 73(1):258-264. 1997.
24. Simon, S.L.; W. L. Robison; M. C. Thorne; L. H. Toburen; B. Franke; K. F. Baverstock; H. J. Pettingill. A Comparison of Independently Conduced Dose Assessments to Determine Compliance and Resettlement Options for the People of Rongelap Atoll. Health Physics 73(1):133-151. 1997.
25. Takahashi, T.; K. R. Trott; K. Fujimori; S.L. Simon; H. Ohtomo; N. Nakashima; K. Takaya; N. Kimura; T. Konno; S. Satomi, M. Shoemaker. An Investigations Into the Prevalence of Thyroid Nodules and Thyroid Cancer on Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. Health Physics 73(1):199-213. 1997.
26. McEwan, A. C.; S.L. Simon; K. F. Baverstock; K. R. Trott; K. Sankaranaryanan; H. G. Paretzke. Some Reflections on the Role of the Scientific Advisory Panel to the Marshall Islands Nationwide Radiological Study. Health Physics 73(1):265-269. 1997.
27. Hoffman, F. O., S.L. Simon, K. M. Thiessen. 1997. The Role of Uncertainty Analysis in Dose Reconstruction and Risk Assessment. In Proceedings of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, 31st Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, April 1995.
28. Simon, S.L., R. J. Vetter. Guest Editorial: Editor's Remarks on Consequences of Nuclear Testing in the Marshall Islands. Health Physics 73(1):3. 1997.
29. Simon, S.L. New health risk study of radon in drinking water to be conducted by the National Research Council. International Society of Exposure Analysis (ISEA) Newsletter, Summer, issue, pp. 4-5. 1997.
30. Simon, S.L. Soil ingestion by humans: a review of data, history, and etiology with application to risk assessment of radioactively contaminated soil. Health Physics 74(6):647-672. 1998.
31. Simon, S.L.; J. C. Graham. A comparison of aerial and ground level spectrometry measurements of 137Cs in the Marshall Islands. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment - An International Journal 53(2): 363-377. 1998.
32. Duffy, S., Simon, S.L., Whicker, F. W. 137Cs contamination of plants used for traditional medicine and implications for human exposure. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 46(1):27-44. 1999.
33. Simon, S.L.; A. Borchert, J. C. Graham. Concentrations and spatial distribution of plutonium in the terrestrial environment of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. The Science of the Total Environment 229(1-2): 21-39. 1999.
34. Takahashi, T., Simon, S.L., Trott, K.R., Schoemaker, M. Status Report on Marshall Islands Nationwide Thyroid Disease Study. Tohoku J. Exp. Med. (Japan), 187:363-375. 1999.
35. Takahashi, T., Fujimori, K., Simon, S.L., Bechtner, Edwards, G. Trott, K. R. Thyroid nodules, thyroid function and dietary iodine in the Marshall Islands. International Journal of Epidemiology 28:742-749. 1999.
36. National Research Council (multi-author). Risk Assessment of Radon in Drinking Water. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 1999.
37. National Research Council (multi-author). A Review of Guidelines for Limiting Exposure to Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 1999.
38. National Research Council and Institute of Medicine (multi-author). Battlefield Radiation Exposure Criteria. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 1999.
39. National Research Council and Institute of Medicine (multi-author). Exposure of the American People to 131I From Nevada Nuclear Bomb Tests: Review of the National Cancer Institute Report and Public Health Implications. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 1999.
40. NCRP (multi-author). Recommended Screening Levels for Contaminated Surface Soil and Review of Factors Relevant to Site-Specific Studies, NCRP Report 129. National Council on Radiological Protection and Measurements, Bethesda, MD. 1999.
41. Fujimori, K., Nakashima, N., Ohtomo, H., Satomi, S., Takahashi, T., Kimura, N., Simon, S.L., Schoemaker, M., Trott, K.R. Radiation effect for thyroid disease in the Marshall Islands. Kakuigaku Gijyutu (Journal of nuclear medicine technology) 19: 277-281 (in Japanese). 1999.
42. National Research Council (multi-author). Review of the Hanford Thyroid Disease Study Draft Final Report. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 2000.
43. Ibrahim, S. A.; Simon, S.L. Natural radionuclide contents in human whole-body ashes. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 234(2):483-490. 2000.
44. Simon, S.L. The role of Merril Eisenbud and HASL in monitoring the Marshall Islands during the CASTLE nuclear testing series. Technology 7(2-4):145-156. 2000.
45. Hopke, P.K., Borak, T.B., Doull, J., Cleaver, J.E., Eckerman, K.F., Gundersen, L.C.S., Harley, N.H., Hess, C.T., Kinner, N.E., Kopecky, K.J., McKone, T.E., Sextro, R.G., Simon, S.L. Health Risks Due to Radon in Drinking Water. Environmental Science & Technology. 34(6):921-926. 2000.
46. Simon, S.L. Evaluation of possible radiation exposures near the Semipalatinsk test site. In Nuclear Physical Methods in Radioecological Investigations of Nuclear Test Sites. Hecker, S.S. et al. (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 153-159. 2000.
47. Simon, S.L. Monitoring the Marshall Islands for residual weapons testing fallout: techniques and findings. In Nuclear Physical Methods in Radioecological Investigations of Nuclear Test Sites. Hecker, S.S. et al. (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 181-189. 2000.
48. Simon, S.L., J. C. Graham, J.C., Terp, S.D. Uptake of 40K and 137Cs In Native Plants of The Marshall Islands. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 59(2):223-243. 2002.
49. Simon, S.L., N. Luckyanov, A. Bouville, L. VanMiddlesworth, R.M. Weinstock. Transfer of 131I Into Human Breast Milk and Recommendations of Transfer Coefficient Values Useful For Radiological Dose Assessments. Health Physics 82(6):796-806, 2002.
50. Bouville, A.; Simon, S.L., Miller, C.L.; Beck, H.L.; Anspaugh, L.R. Estimates of doses from global fallout. Health Physics 82(5):690-705. 2002.
51. Anspaugh, L.R.; Simon, S.L.; Gordeev, K.I.; Likhtarev, I.A.; Maxwell, R.M. Movement of radionuclides in terrestrial ecosystems by physical processes. Health Physics 82(5):669-679. 2002.
52. Simon, S.L.; Bouville, A. Radiation doses to local populations near nuclear weapons test sites worldwide. Health Physics, 82(5):706-725. 2002.
53. Gilbert, E.; Land, C.; Simon, S.L. Health effects from fallout. Health Physics 82(5):726-735. 2002.
54. Gordeev, K.; Vasilenko, I.; Lebedev, A.; Bouville, A.; Luckyanov, N.; Simon, S.L.; Stepanov, Y.;Shinkarev, S.; Anspaugh, L. Fallout from nuclear tests: dosimetry in Kazakhstan Rad. Env. Biophysics 41: 61-67. 2002.
55. Simon, S.L.; Baverstock, K.F.; Lindholm, C.A summary of evidence on radiation exposures received near to the Semipalatinsk nuclear weapons test site in Kazakhstan. Health Physics 84(6):718-725. 2003.
56. Takahashi, T., Schoemaker, M.J., Trott, K.R., Simon, S.L., Fujimori, K., Nakashima, N., Fukao, A., Saito, H. The relationship of thyroid cancer with radiation exposure from nuclear weapons testing in the Marshall Islands. Journal of Epidemiology 13(2):99-107. 2003.
57. Simon S.L., Bouville A., Beck H. The geographic distribution of radionuclide deposition across the continental U.S. from atmospheric nuclear testing. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 74:91-105. 2004.
58. Gordeev, K., S. Shinkarev, L. Ilyin, A. Bouville, M. Hoshi, N. Luckyanov, S.L. Simon. 2005. Retrospective Dose Assessment for The Population Living in Areas of Local Fallout From the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site, Part I: External Exposure. J. Radiat. Res., 47, Suppl., A129-A136. 2006.
59. Gordeev, K., S. Shinkarev, L. Ilyin, A. Bouville, M. Hoshi, N. Luckyanov, S.L. Simon. 2005. Retrospective Dose Assessment for The Population Living in Areas of Local Fallout From the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site, Part II: Internal Exposure to Thyroid. J. Radiat. Res., 47, Suppl., A137-A141. 2006.
60. Stepanenko, V., Hoshi, M., Bailiff, I.K., Ivannikov, A.I., Toyoda, S. Yamamoto, M., Simon, S.L., Matsuo, M., Kawano, N., Zhumadilov, Z., Sasaki, M.S., Rosenson, R.I., Apsalikov, K.N. Around Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site: Progress of Dose Estimations Relevant to Consequences of Tests. J. Radiat. Res., 47, Suppl., A1-A13. 2006.
61. Simon, S.L., H.L. Beck, K. Gordeev, A. Bouville, L.R. Anspaugh, C.E. Land, N. Luckyanov, S. Shinkarev. External Dose Estimates for Dolon Village: Application of The U.S./Russian Joint Methodology. J. Radiat. Res., 47, Suppl., A143-A147. 2006.
62. Simon, S.L., L.R. Anspaugh, F.O. Hoffman, A.E. Scholl, M.B. Stone, B.A. Thomas, J.L. Lyon 2004 Update of Dosimetry for the Utah Thyroid-Cohort Study. Radiation Research. 165:208-222. 2006.
63. Simon S.L, Bouville, A., Land, C. Fallout from Nuclear Weapons Tests and Cancer Risk. American Scientist. January-February, 94(1):48-57. 2006.
64. Beck, H.L. L.R. Anspaugh, A. Bouville, S.L. Simon. Review of Methods of Dose Estimation for Epidemiological Studies of the Radiological Impact of NTS and Global Fallout. Radiation Research 166(1, Part 2): 209-218. 2006.
65. Simon, S.L., R.M. Weinstock, M.M. Doody, J. Neton, T. Wenzl, P. Stewart, A.K. Mohan, C. Yoder, M. Hauptmann, M. Freedman, J. Cardarelli, H.A. Feng, A. Bouville, and M. Linet. Estimating Historical Radiation Doses to a Cohort of U.S. Radiologic Technologists. Radiation Research (1, Part 2): 1274-192. 2006.
66. Simon, S.L., Kleinerman, R.A., Ron, E., Bouville, A. Introduction: Uses of Dosimetry in Radiation Epidemiology. Radiation Research (1, Part 2): 125-127. 2006.
67. Simon, S.L., A. Bouville, R. Kleinerman, E. Ron. Dosimetry For Epidemiologic Studies: Learning From The Past, Looking To The Future. Radiation Research (1, Part 2): 313-318. 2006.
68. Lyon, J.L., S.C. Alder, M.B. Stone, A. Scholl, J.C. Reading, R. Holubkov, X. Sheng, G.L. White, Jr., K.T. Hegmann, L.R. Anspaugh, F. O. Hoffman, S.L. Simon, B. Thomas, R Carroll, W. Meikle. Thyroid Disease Associated with Exposure to the Nevada Test Site Radiation: A Reevaluation Based on Corrected Dosimetry and Examination Data. Epidemiology, 17(6):604-614, 2006.
69. Thierry-Chef, I., S.L. Simon, D.L. Miller Radiation Dose and Cancer Risk Among Pediatric Patients Undergoing Interventional Neuroradiology Procedures. Pediatric Radiology. 26 (Suppl 2): 159-162, 2006.
70. Yukihara, E.G., J. Mittani, S. W. S. McKeever and S.L. Simon. Optically Stimulated Luminescence of dental enamel for retrospective assessment of radiation exposure. Radiation Measurements, 42:1256-1260. 2007.
71. Sholom, S., M. Desrosiers, A.Bouville, N. Luckyanov, V. Chumak, and S.L. Simon, EPR Tooth Dosimetry of Semipalatinsk Area Inhabitants. Radiation Measurements, 42:1037-1040. 2007.
72. Simon, S.L., I. Bailiff, A. Bouville, P. Fattibene, R.A. Kleinerman, D.C. Lloyd, S.W.S. McKeever, A. Romanyukha, A.V. Sevan'kaev, J.D. Tucker, A. Wieser Consensus Committee Report on Biodosimetric Methods to Evaluate Radiation Doses at Long Times After Exposure. Radiation Measurements, 42:948-971. 2007.
73. Bhatti, P., D.L. Preston, M.M. Doody, M. Hauptmann, D. Kampa, B. H. Alexander, D. Petibone, S.L. Simon, R. M. Weinstock, A. Bouville, L.C. Yong, D.M. Freedman, K. Mabuchi, M.S. Linet, A.A. Edwards, J.D. Tucker, A.J. Sigurdson. Retrospective Biodosimetry among United States Radiologic Technologists. Radiation Research, 167(6):727-34. 2007.
74. Sigurdson AJ, Bhatti P, Doody MM, Bowen L, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Bouville A, Linet MS, Rosenstein M, Stovall M, Alexander BH, Struewing JP, Rajaraman P. Polymorphisms in apoptosis-related genes, ionizing radiation exposure, and risk of breast cancer among U.S. Radiologic Technologists. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention 16(10):2000-2007. 2007.
75. NCRP (multi-author). Uncertainties in the Measurement and Dosimetry of External Radiation. Report 158, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, Bethesda, MD. 2007.
76. Krajewski P, Ammann M, Bartusková M, Duffa C, Filistovic V, Homma T, Kanyár B, Malátová I, Nedveckaite T, Simon SL, Vlasov O, Webbe-Wood D, Zvonova I. Validation of environmental transfer models and assessment of the effectiveness of countermeasures using data on 131I releases from Chernobyl. Applied Radiation and Isotopes 66: 1730–1735. 2008.
77. Bhatti P, Struewing JP, Alexander BH, Hauptmann M, Bowen L, Mateus-Pereira LH, Pineda MA, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Rosenstein M, Stovall M, Preston DL, Linet MS, Doody MM, Sigurdson AJ. Polymorphisms in DNA repair genes, ionizing radiation exposure and risk of breast cancer in U.S. radiologic technologists. Int J Cancer. 122(1):177-182. 2008.
78. Kim KP, Miller DL, Balter S, Kleinerman RA, Linet MS , Kwon D, Simon SL. Occupational radiation doses to operators performing cardiac catheterization procedures, Health Physics. 94(3): 211-227, 2008.
79. Land CE, Zhumadilov Z, Gusev BI, Hartshorne MH, Wiest PW, Woodward PW, Crooks LA, Luckyanov NK, Fillmore CM, Carr Z, Abisheva G, Beck HL, Bouville A, Langer J, Weinstock R, Gordeev KI, Shinkarev S, Simon SL. Ultrasound-detected thyroid nodule prevalence and radiation dose from fallout. Radiat Res 169(4):373-383. 2008.
80. Rajaraman P, Bhatti P, Doody MM, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Linet MS, Rosenstein M, Stovall M, Alexander BH, Preston DL, Sigurdson DL. Nucleotide excision repair polymorphisms may modify ionizing radiation-related breast cancer risk in U.S. Radiologic Technologists. International Journal of Cancer 123(11):2713-2716, 2008.
81. Thierry-Chef I, Simon SL, Land CE, Miller DL. Radiation Dose to the Brain and Subsequent Risk of Developing Brain Tumor in a Population of Pediatric Patients Undergoing Interventional Fluoroscopy Procedures. Radiat Res. 170 (5):553-565, 2008.
82. Chodick G., Bekiroglu N., Hauptmann M., Alexander B.H., Freedman D.M., Doody M.M., Cheung L.C., Simon S.L., Weinstock R.M., Bouville A., Sigurdson A.J.Risk of Cataract after Exposure to Low Doses of Ionizing Radiation: A 20-Year Prospective Cohort Study among US Radiologic Technologists. American Journal of Epidemiology, 168(6):620-631, 2008.
83. Bhatti P., Doody M.M., Preston D.L, Kampa, D., Ron E., Weinstock R.W., Simon, S. Edwards A.A., Sigurdson, A.J. Increased Frequency of Chromosome Translocations Associated with Diagnostic X-Ray Examinations. Radiation Research, 170:149-155. 2008.
84. Bhatti, Parveen, Doody, Michele M., Alexander, Bruce H., Yuenger, Jeff, Simon, Steven L., Weinstock, Robert M., Rosenstein, Marvin, Stovall, Marilyn, Abend, Michael, Preston, Dale L., Pharoah, Paul, Struewing, Jeffery P., Sigurdson, Alice J. Breast Cancer Risk Polymorphisms and Interaction with Ionizing Radiation among U.S. Radiologic Technologists. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 17: 2007-2011, 2008.
85. Johnson KJ, Alexander BH, Doody MM, Sigurdson AJ, Linet MS, Spector LG, Hoffbeck W, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Ross JA. Childhood cancer in the offspring born in 1921-1984 to US radiologic technologists. Br J Cancer. 99(3):545-50, 2008.
86. Sigurdson, AJ, Parveen B, Shih-chen C, Preetha Rajaraman P, Doody MM, Bowen L, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Linet MS, Rosenstein M, Stovall M, Alexander BH, Preston DL, Struewing JP. Polymorphisms in Estrogen Biosynthesis and Metabolism-Related Genes, Ionizing Radiation Exposure, and Risk of Breast Cancer Among U.S. Radiologic Technologists. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment; 2009.
87. Sigurdson, Alice J. Charles E. Land, Parveen Bhatti, Marbin Pineda, Alina Brenner, Zhanat Carr, Boris I. Gusev, Zhaxibay Zhumadilov, Steven L. Simon, Andre Bouville, Joni L. Rutter, Elaine Ron, Jeffery P. Struewing. Thyroid Nodules, Polymorphic Variants in DNA Repair and RET-Related Genes, and Interaction with Ionizing Radiation Exposure from Nuclear Tests in Kazakhstan. Radiation Research 171(1):77-88, 2009.
88. Hendry, Jolyon H., Steven L Simon, Andrzej Wojcik, Mehdi Sohrabi, Werner Burkart, Elisabeth Cardis, Dominique Laurier, Margot Tirmarche and Isamu Hayata. Human exposure to high natural background radiation: what can it teach us about radiation risks? J. Radiol. Prot. 29:A29-A42; 2009.
89. Zvonova, I. P. Krajewski, V. Berkovsky, M. Ammann, C. Duffa, V. Filistovic, T. Homma, B. Kanyar, T. Nedveckaite, S.L. Simon, O. Vlasov, D. Webbe-Wood. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 101(1): 8-15, 2010.
90. NCRP (multi-author). Radiation Dose Reconstruction: Principles and Practices. Report of SC 6-4. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, Bethesda, MD. 2010.
91. Bhatti P, Doody MM, Rajaraman P, Alexander BH, Yeager M, Hutchinson A, Thomas G, Hunter DJ, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Rosenstein M, Stovall M, Preston DL, Linet M, Hoover RN, Chanock SJ, Sigurdson AJ. Novel breast cancer risk alleles and interaction with ionizing radiation among U.S. Radiologic Technologists. Radiation Research 173:214-224: 2010.
92. DeWitt R., Klein D.M., Eduardo G, Yukihara EG, Simon SL, McKeever, SWS. Optically- stimulated luminescence (OSL) of tooth enamel and its potential use in post-radiation exposure triage. Health Physics 98(2): 432-439; 2010.
93. Sholom S, Desrosiers M, Chumak V, Luckyanov N, Simon SL, Bouville A. UV effects in tooth enamel and their possible application in EPR dosimetry with front teeth. Health Physics 98(2): 360-368; 2010.
94. Simon SL, Skinner AR, Swartz, HL. Editor's Remarks: Biodose-2008 Special Issue. Health Physics 98(2):93-94; 2010.
95. Simon, SL, Bouville A, Kleinerman R. Current use and future needs of biodosimetry in studies of long-term health risk following radiation exposure. Health Physics 98(2): 109-117; 2010.
96. Simon SL, Beck H, Land C, Bouville A. Radiation doses and cancer risks in the Marshal Islands associated with exposure to fallout from Bikini and Enewetak nuclear weapons tests: Summary. Health Physics. 99(2) 105-123; 2010.
97. Simon SL, Bouville A, Melo D, Beck HL, Weinstock R. Acute and chronic intakes of fallout radionuclides by Marshallese from nuclear weapons testing at Bikini and Enewetak and related internal radiation doses. Health Physics. Health Physics. 99(2); 157-200, 2010
98. Bouville A, Beck HL, Simon SL. Estimation of doses from external irradiation to Marshall Islanders from nuclear testing. Health Physics. 99(2) 143-156; 2010.
99. Beck HL, Bouville A, Moroz B, Simon SL. Fallout deposition in the Marshall Islands from Bikini and Enewetak nuclear weapons tests. Health Physics. 99(2) 124-142; 2010.
100. Harris PS, Simon SL, Ibrahim SA. Urinary excretion of radionuclides from Marshallese exposed to fallout from the 1954 BRAVO nuclear test. Health Physics. 99(2) 217-232; 2010.
101. Land CE, Bouville A, Apostoaei I, Simon SL. Projected lifetime cancer risks from exposure to local radioactive fallout in the Marshall Islands. Health Physics. 99(2) 201-215; 2010.
102. Ibrahim S, Simon SL, Bouville A, Melo D, Beck HL. Transfer of fallout radionuclides through the human alimentary tract: recommendations and justifications for f1 values to be applied in the reconstruction of internal doses from local and regional fallout from nuclear tests. Health Physics. 99(2)233-251; 2010.
103. Moroz B, Beck HL, Bouville A, Simon SL. Predictions of dispersion and deposition of fallout from nuclear testing using the NOAA-HYSPLIT meteorological model. Health Physics. 99(2) 252-269; 2010.
104. Schwerin M, S Schonfeld, V Drozdovitch, K Akimzhanov, D Aldyngurov, A Bouville, C Land, N Luckyanov, K Mabuchi, Y Semenova, SL Simon, A Tokaeva, Z Zhumadilov and N Potischman (2010). The utility of focus group interviews to capture dietary consumption data in the distant past: dairy consumption in Kazakhstan villages 50 years ago – ERRATUM. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 1, pp 280-280 doi:10.1017/S2040174410000395
105. Schonfeld SJ, Bhatti P, Brown EE, Linet MS, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Hutchinson AA, Stovall M, Preston DL, Alexander BH, Doody MM, Sigurdson AJ. Polymorphisms in oxidative stress and inflammation pathway genes, low-dose ionizing radiation, and the risk of breast cancer among US radiologic technologists. Cancer Causes Control. 2010 Nov;21(11):1857-66. Epub 2010 Aug 15. PubMed PMID: 20711808.
106. Linet MS, Kim KP, Miller DL, Kleinerman RA, Simon SL, de Gonzalez AB. Historical Review of Occupational Exposures and Cancer Risks in Medical Radiation Workers. Radiation Research: December 2010, Vol. 174, No. 6b, pp. 793-808.
107. Drozdovitch V, Schonfeld S, Akimzhanov K, Aldyngurov D, Land CE, Luckyanov N, Mabuchi K, Potischman N, Schwerin MJ, Semenova Y, Tokaeva A, Zhumadilov Z, Bouville A, Simon SL. Behavior and food consumption pattern of the population exposed in 1949-1962 to fallout from Semipalatinsk nuclear test site in Kazakhstan. Radiation and environmental biophysics 2011;50(1):91-103.
108. Lee C, Kim KP, Simon SL, Bouville A, Bolch WE. Organ Doses in the Reference Adult Male and Female Exposed to Computed Tomography Examinations: Monte Carlo Simulations and Experimental Validation. Med. Phys. 37, 3099 (2010).
109. Simon SL. Organ-Specific External Dose Coefficients and Protective Apron Transmission Factors For Historical Dose Reconstruction for Medical Personnel. Health Physics. 101(1):13-27 (2011).
110. Sholom, S., DeWitt, R. Simon, S.L., Bouville, A. and McKeever, S.W.S. Emergency Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimetry Using Different Materials. Radiation Measurements. In press.
111. Sholom, S., DeWitt, R., Simon, S.L., Bouville, A. and McKeever, S.W.S. Emergency Dose Estimation Using Optically Stimulated Luminescence from Human Tooth Enamel. Radiation Measurements. In press.
112. Grosche Bernd, DT Lackland, CE Land, SL Simon, KN Apsalikov, S Bauer, LM Pivina, BI Gusev. Mortality from Cardiovascular Diseases in the Semipalatinsk Historical Cohort, 1960-1999, and its Relation to Radiation Exposure. Radiation Research. In press.
113. Thierry-Chef I., Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Martha S. Linet ML. Reconstruction of Radiation Doses to the Female Breast from Mammography from 1960 to the Present. Radiation Research (in press).

Proceedings/Book Chapters/Monographs/Reports, etc.
1. Hogstrom, K. R., A.R. Smith, J.W. Somers, S.L. Simon and C.A. Kelsey. In-Vivo Dosimetry for Negative Pion Therapy. In American Association of Physicists in Medicine Charged Particle Beam Group Workshop Manual. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM. 1978.
2. Smith, A. R., K. R. Hogstrom, S.L. Simon, P. Berardo, S. Zink, J. Somers, M.M. Kligerman, and H. Tsujii. In Proceedings of the Third Meeting on Fundamental and Practical Aspects on the Application of Fast Neutrons and Other High LET Particles in Clinical Radiotherapy, The Hague, Pergamon Press. Sept., 1978.
3. Simon, S.L. and Till, J. E. A Handbook of Some Statistical Methods for Environmental Measurements. Radiological Assessments Corp., produced for the Savannah River Plant. 1988.
4. Simon, S.L. Low Level Radioactive Waste Management - A Summary of the NRC Environmental Impact Statement Issued November, 1982. Prepared for the State of North Carolina, Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Authority, Raleigh, NC. 1988.
5. Simon, S.L. Uncertainty Analysis and Model Validation for a Retrospective Assessment of Thyroid Dose Resulting from Atomic Weapons' Test Fallout. In Proceedings of Workshop on Methods for Assessing the Reliability of Environmental Transfer Models Predictions, Pergamon Press. 1998.
6. Simon, S.L. A Radiological Assessment for the Use of Coal Fly Ash in Wallboard Building Materials. Prepared for Health & Hygiene, Inc., Greensboro, NC. 1988.
7. National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP): Standards for Radionuclides - Review of Assessment Methodologies, Science Advisory Board, Sources and Transport Subcommittee of the Radiation Advisory Committee, U.S. EPA, Washington, D.C. 1988.
8. Simon, S.L.; S.A. Ibrahim. Biological Uptake of Radium in Terrestrial Plants, In The Environmental Behavior of Radium, Technical Reports Series, No. 310, Vol. 1, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna, pp. 545-597. 1990.
9. Stevens, W., J. E. Till, J. L. Lyon, D. C. Thomas, R. A. Kerber, S. Preston-Martin, R. D. Lloyd and S.L. Simon. Final Report - A Case-Control Study of Leukemia Deaths in Utah (1952-1981) and Exposure to Radioactive Fallout from the Nevada Test Site (1952-1958), NCI Contract #NO1-CO-23917, School of Medicine, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. 1992.
10. Stevens, W., J. E. Till, J. L. Lyon, D. C. Thomas, R. A. Kerber, S. Preston-Martin, R. D. Lloyd and S.L. Simon. July, 1992. Final Report - A Cohort Study of Thyroid Disease and Radioactive Fallout from the Nevada Test Site (1952-1958), National Cancer Institute Contract #NO1-CO-23917, School of Medicine, University of Utah. 1992.
11. Simon, S.L.; A. B. Barron; J. C. Graham; S. Duffy. 1993. An Overview of the Marshall Islands Nationwide Radiological Study. In Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Midyear Topical Meeting of the Health Physics Society, 24-28 January, 1993, R. L. Kathren, D. H. Denham and K. Salmon, Editors. Research Enterprises Publishing Segment.1993.
12. Hoffman, F. O., W. J. Conover, M. Henrion, E. Hofer, S.L. Simon. Peer Review of HEDR Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses Plan-Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project. Prepared for Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories. PNWD-2162 HEDR, UC-000. 1993.
13. Baverstock, K. F.; B. Franke and S.L. Simon (in alphabetical order). Rongelap Resettlement Project, Summary of First Phase: Determining Compliance with Agreed Limits for Total Dose-Rate on Rongelap Island and Actinide Contamination of Soils on Rongelap Island and Neighbouring Islands. April 1994. Submitted to U.S. House Appropriations Committee on Insular Affairs, 5 May 1994. Available from: Rongelap Resettlement Project, P.O. Box 1766, Majuro, Marshall Islands.
14. Simon, S.L., Trott, K. R., Fujimori, K., Takahashi, T., Ohtomo, H. and Kimura, N. Report on the Medical Findings of the Thyroid Disease Study in Ebeye, Marshall Islands - 1993, submitted to the Nitijela (Parliament) of the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, June 1993. Available from the Ministry of Health and Environment, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands.
15. Simon, S.L. and J. C. Graham. 1994. Findings of the Nationwide Radiological Study: Summary Report, submitted to the Cabinet of the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. December 1994. Available from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands, 96960.
16. Simon, S.L. and J. C. Graham. 1994, 1995. RMI Radiological Survey of Enewetak and Ujelang Atolls, December 1994, revised February 1995. Available from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands, 96960.
17. Simon, S.L. Prediction of Inhaled Thorium. Correspondence (Letter to the Editor). Health Physics 69(2):283-284. 1995.
18. Simon, S.L. and J. C. Graham. 1995. RMI Radiological Survey of Ailinginae and Rongerik Atolls, February 1995. Available from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands, 96960.
19. Simon, S.L. and J. C. Graham. 1995. RMI Radiological Survey of Bikini Atoll, February 1995. Available from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands, 96960.
20. Simon, S.L. and J. C. Graham. 1995. RMI Radiological Survey of Utrik, Taka, Bikar and Bokak Atolls, February 1995. Available from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands, 96960.
21. Baverstock, K. F.; B. Franke and S.L. Simon (in alphabetical order). May 1995. Findings of the Rongelap Resettlement Project Scientific Studies. Available from Rongelap Resettlement Project, P.O. Box 1766, Majuro, Marshall Islands.
22. Simon, S.L. and J. C. Graham. RMI Radiological Survey of Northern Rongelap Atoll, June 1995. Available from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands, 96960. 1995.
23. Simon, S.L. and J. C. Graham. 1995. Findings of the Nationwide Radiological Study: Data Tables and Sample Maps, Vols. I, II, III. 1995.
24. Simon, S.L. A summary of health, environmental and sociological consequences from atomic testing in the Marshall Islands. In Nagasaki Symposium, Radiation and Human Health, S. Nagataki and S. Yamashita (eds.), Elsevier Science B.V., pp. 155-165, 1996.
25. Fujimori, K., T. Takahashi, H. Ohtomo, S.L. Simon, K. R. Trott. Preliminary medical findings of the Marshall Islands Nationwide Thyroid Study. In Nagasaki Symposium, Radiation and Human Health, S. Nagataki and S. Yamashita (eds.), Elsevier Science B.V., pp. 167-174. 1996.
26. National Cancer Institute (multi-author). Estimated Exposures and Thyroid Doses Received by the American People From Iodine-131 in Fallout Following Nevada Atmospheric Nuclear Bomb Tests. (2 volumes) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute. 1997.
27. Simon, S.L. (contributor) In Nuclear Tests: Long-Term Consequences in the Semipalatinsk/Altai Region, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Barnaul, Russia, 5-10 September 1994. Shapiro, C. S., Kiselev, V. I. Zaitsev, E. V. (eds.) NATO Series, 2. Environment, Vol. 36, New York: Spring-Verlag. 1998.
28. Simon, S.L. Uncertainty in the University of Utah's Nevada Test Site Studies. In Uncertainties in Radiation Dosimetry and Their Impact on Dose-Response Analysis. Ron, E. and Hoffman, F.O. (eds.). Publication No. 99-4541. National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health. pp. 202-216. 1999.
29. Tuttle, R. M., Takahashi, T., Fujimori, K. Trott, K.R., Anderson, J., Djuh, Y.Y., Simon, S.L. Activation rates of RAS and RET/PC in nodular thyroid disease developing in the Marshall Islands. In Proceedings of an International Seminar on Radiation And Thyroid Cancer (EUR 18552 EN), G. Thomas, A. Karaoglou, E.D. Williams, eds. World Scientific, Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore, River Edge, NJ and London. pp. 269-272. 1999.
30. Trott, K.R., Schoemaker, M.J., Takahashi, T., Fujimori, K. Nakashima, N. Ohtomo, H., Watanabe, M., Satomi, S., Simon, S.L. Thyroid cancer and thyroid nodules in the people of the Marshall Islands potentially exposed to fallout from nuclear weapons testing. In Proceedings of an International Seminar on Radiation And Thyroid Cancer (EUR 18552 EN), G. Thomas, A. Karaoglou, E.D. Williams, eds. World Scientific, Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore, River Edge, NJ and London. pp. 41-50. 1999.
31. Coughtrey, P.J., Kirchmann, R.J.C., Simon, S.L. Pathways for Internal and External Exposure. In Scope 59, Nuclear Test Explosions, Environmental and Human Impacts. Warner, F. and Kirchmann, R.J.C. (eds.) Johns Wiley & Sons, Ltd. West Sussex: UK. pp. 99-114. 2000.
32. Burkart, W., Kellerer, A.M., Bauer, S., Harrison, J.R., Land, C., Shoiket, Y.N., Kiselev, V.L., Simon, S.L., Tsukatani, T., de Vathaire, F. Health Effects In Scope 59, Nuclear Test Explosions, Environmental and Human Impacts. Warner, F. and Kirchmann, R.J.C. (eds.) Johns Wiley & Sons, Ltd. West Sussex: UK. pp. 179-228. 2000.
33. Simon, S.L. Book review of Environmental Radioactivity, From Natural, Industrial, and Military Sources (4th Edition) by M. Eisenbud and T. Gesell. Technology, 7(2-4):525-526. 2000.
34. Simon, S.L., Gesell, T.F., Moghissi, A. Tribute to Merril Eisenbud (editorial). Technology, 7(2-4):143-144. 2000.
35. Simon, S.L. Environmental Restoration Issues Relevant to Lands That Support Native Populations. In Proceedings of an International Symposium on Restoration of Environments with Radioactive Residues, Arlington, VA 1999. International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA-SM-359, p.42-46. 2000.
36. T. Takahashi, M.J. Schoemaker, K.R. Trott, S.L. Simon, K. Fujimori, N. Nakashima, H. Ohtomo, M. Watanabe, S. Satomi, H. Saito. The relationship of thyroid cancer in the people of the Marshall Islands to potential exposure to radioactive fallout from nuclear weapons testing. Proceedings of the International Radiation Protection Association Congress, IRPA10, P-2a-75 (http://www.irpa.net/irpa10/cdrom/00948.pdf). 2000.
37. Report on a Radiological Survey of Johnston Island. (S. Simon, Director). Vallejo, CA: R.F. Weston, Inc. Prepared for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Department of Defense. 2001.
38. Thyroid Disease In The Marshall Islands, Findings from 10 Years of Study. 2001. (Monograph). Takahashi, T.; Trott, K.R.; Fujimori, K.; Nakashima, N.; Ohtomo, H.; Minouk J. Schoemaker, M.J.; Simon, S.L., Tohoku University Press, Sendai, Japan.
39. Evaluation Report of IAEA Environmental Pollution Monitoring and Assessment Activities. Prepared for the International Atomic Energy Agency. Simon, S.L.; Nies, H.; et al. 2001.
40. Simon, S.L. Radionuclides In Biological and Chemical Agents of Bioterrorism in Foods. Proceedings of a Conference, December 12-13, 2001, pp.33-37. International Life Sciences Institute: Washington,D.C. 2002.
41. Simon, S.L.; Gordeev, K.; Bouville, A.; Luckyanov, N.; Land, C.; Carr, Zh.; Weinstock, R.; Anspaugh, L. R.; Beck, H.; Romanyukha, A. Estimates of radiation doses to members of a cohort residing villages near the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site. In Proceedings of the workshop on dosimetry of the population living in the proximity of the Semipalatinsk atomic weapons test site, STUK-A187, pp: 48-54 (Helsinki, STUK - Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority); 2002.
42. Carr; Z.A.; Bouville, A.; Luckyanov, N.; Simon, S.L.; Weinstock, R.; Gusev, B.; Hartshorne, M.; Crooks, L.; Land; C. Thyroid disease prevalence and fallout exposure in Kazakhstan. In: In Proceedings of the workshop on dosimetry of the population living in the proximity of the Semipalatinsk atomic weapons test site, STUK-A187, pp: 55-61 (Helsinki, STUK - Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority); 2002.
43. Simon SL, Bouville, A.; Luckyanov, N. Beck, HL, Anspaugh, LR, Miller, C. 2002. A summary of estimated doses to members of the public from atmospheric nuclear tests at the Nevada Test Site. In Proceedings of the International Atomic Energy Agency Conference on Radiation Legacy of the 20th Century. IAEA-TECDOC-1280, pp. 189-200. Vienna: IAEA. 2002.
44. DHHS (multi-author). A Feasibility Study of the Health Consequences to the American Population from Nuclear Weapons Tests Conducted by the United States and Other Nations. Department of Health and Human Services. 2003. Available at http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/radiation/fallout/default.htm .
45. Simon, S.L., R. M. Weinstock, M.M. Doody, J. Neton, T. Wenzl, P. Stewart, A. K. Mohan, C. Yoder, M. Hauptmann, M. Freedman, J. Cardarelli, H. A. Feng, A. Bouville, and M. Linet.Status. Report On Estimating Historical Radiation Doses To A Cohort Of U.S. Radiologic Technologists by Paper 5f39. In Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of the International Radiation Protection Association (held 23-28 May, 2004, Madrid). 2004. Available on CD-ROM. ISBN:84-87078-05-2.
46. Hoffman, F.O., L.R. Anspaugh, A.I. Apostoaei, H.L. Beck, A. Bouville, B. Napier, S.L. Simon. Credibility of Uncertainty Analyses for 131I Pathway Assessments (Letter to the Editor). Health Physics 86(5):536-538. 2004.
47. Simon, S.L. 2005. Dosimetry Considerations for Environmental Radiation and Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM). In High Levels of Natural Radiation and Radon Areas: Radiation Dose and Health Effects Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on High Levels of Natural Radiation and Radon Areas, Osaka, Japan 6-10 September. Elsevier, ISBN 0444514317. 2004.
48. DCEG (Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics). Estimation of the Baseline Number of Cancers Among Marshallese and the Number of Cancers Attributable to Exposure to Fallout from Nuclear Weapons Testing Conducted in the Marshall Islands. National Cancer Institute, 2006. http://dceg.cancer.gov/files/9-28Response_appendix.pdf .
49. Simon, S.L. Book Review: Bravo for the Marshallese, Regaining Control in a Post-Nuclear, Post-Colonial World. Micronesian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 4(1):81-83, 2005.
50. Simon, S.L. Near-Simultaneous Monitoring and Remediation of a Tropical Island Contaminated with Plutonium. In Proceedings of the 40th Midyear Topical Meeting: Decontamination, Decommissioning, and Environmental Cleanup. January 24-27, 2007, Knoxville, TN. Paper WAM1B.4. Available on CD-ROM from Health Physics Society. 2007.
51. Krajewski, P., Ammann, M., Bartuskova, M., Duffa, C., Filistovic, V., Homma, T., Kanyar, B., Malatova, I., Nedveckaite, T., Simon, S.L., Vlasov, O., Webbe-Wood, D., Zvonoa, I. Validation of dosimetry models and assessment of the countermeasures effectiveness using data from Chernobyl 131I releases, Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Radioactivity: From Measurements and Assessments to Regulation, 23-27 April 2007, Vienna, Austria, IAEA-CN-145/068. 2007.
52. Miller, DL, Simon SL, Thierry-Chef I, Land CE. Letters: Stochastic and Deterministic Risk in Children Undergoing Neurointerventional Procedures. American Journal of Roentgenology. 195(1):W-88, 2010.
53. Simon, SL, Bouville A, Beck H, Ibrahim SA. Letter-to-the-Editor: 1997 Thyroid Absorbed Dose Estimates for The Northern Marshall Islands, Response to Letter of Greenhouse and Musolino. Health Physics, 100(2): 229-230, 2011.
54. Coleman, C., S.L. Simon, M.A. Noska, J. Telfer, T. Bowman. Letter: Disaster Preparation: Lessons from Japan. Science, 332(17): 1379, 2011.