Materials cover worker health, workforce trends and radiation exposure
The Oak Ridge Insitute for Science and Education (ORISE) produces a variety of publications, including reports, assessments, studies and other resources. These publications and resources cover diverse topics ranging from STEM education materials and workforce trend analyses to radiation exposure information and a variety of worker health studies reports.
Where publications result from federal agency-funded research or studies, the material may also be available through DOE’s Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) when it is released for distribution. Visit the OSTI home page for more information.
ORISE collects and/or monitors data on enrollments and degrees in science and energy-related fields of study for DOE and other federal agencies.
Radiation Exposure Information
ORISE maintains a collection of radiation emergency medicine resources, including technical reports, pharmaceutical package inserts and videos, that support the medical response and treatment of victims.
Worker Health Information
ORISE produces health surveillance, radiation exposure and epidemiology reports, as well as published research in peer-reviewed journals such as Health Physics, Toxicology, and the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene.
ORISE Impact Book
Touching the lives of more than 55,000 faculty and students, 1.5 million energy workers and countless others living in communities near 500 DOE sites in 42 states, the impact of the ORISE has been felt nationally and internationally. From its beginnings, ORISE has helped DOE magnify its reach and focus its efforts on national mission and priorities.
The scope of this two-decade impact is chronicled in “Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education: Delivering Agile Mission Solutions for DOE to Strengthen and Secure America,” published by ORAU.