REAC/TS staff present virtually at global ConRad 2021 conference on radiation topics

May 11, 2021

Two members of the REAC/TS team presented as invited speakers at ConRad 2021: The Global Conference on Radiation Topics that was held May 10-12, 2021. REAC/TS Cytogenetic Biodosimetry Laboratory Director Dr. Adayabalam Balajee presented on “Molecular Analysis of Ionizing Radiation Induced Effects on Human 3 Dimensional Genome Organization.” REAC/TS Nurse/Paramedic Angie Bowen provided a poster presentation on “Exploring Nurse Readiness for a Radiological or Nuclear Incident: A Cross Sectional Study.”

This renowned conference, hosted by the Bundeswehr Institute of Radiobiology in Munich, Germany, and held virtually, provides an international scientific forum on radiation topics for the multidisciplinary exchange of civilian and military experts. Learn more about the ConRad 2021 conference.

Download the “Exploring Nurse Readiness for a Radiological or Nuclear Incident: A Cross Sectional Study” (PDF) poster shown below.

REAC/TS staff present virtually at global ConRad 2021 conference on radiation topics

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