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Marc F. Desrosiers Invited Talks

 

An Absorbed Dose / Dose Rate Dependence for the Alanine-EPR Dosimetry System.  University of Maryland, College Park, May 2012.


Radiation Accidents: How Bones and Teeth are Used to Measure Human Exposures, Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA, December 2009.

 

Physical Methods for Biodosimetry After Radiologic and Nuclear Events, Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2009.

 

An Absorbed Dose / Dose Rate Dependence for the Alanine-EPR Dosimetry System.  International Meeting on Radiation Processing, London, UK, September 2008.

 

Discovery of an Absorbed Dose / Dose Rate Effect for Alanine Dosimetry.  American Society for Testing and Materials, Tampa, FL, January 2008.

 

Radiation Accidents: How Bones and Teeth are Used to Measure Human Exposures, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA, November 2007.

 

Discovery of an Absorbed Dose / Dose Rate Effect for Alanine Dosimetry.  Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2007.

 

Irradiation Decontamination of Postal Mail: Lessons Learned and Future Opportunities, IAEA Technical Meeting on “Radiation Control of Biohazard Contaminants”, Vienna Austria, October 2007.

 

Temperature Effects in Alanine Dosimetry.  Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2006.

 

Next-Generation Services for  e-Traceability to Ionizing Radiation National Standards, Alanine Dosimetry for Clinical Applications, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig, Germany, May 2006.

 

New Developments in Industrial Dosimetry, Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2005.

 

NIST Services for e-Traceability to Ionizing Radiation National Standards, NCSL International Workshop & Symposium, Washington, DC, August, 2005.

 

Radiation Accidents: How Bones and Teeth are Used to Measure Human Exposures, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, July 2005.

 

NIST Services for e-Traceability to Ionizing Radiation National Standards, NMIJ-BIPM Workshop on the Impact of Information Technology in Metrology, Tsukuba, Japan, May 2005.

 

Anthrax in the Mail? NIST Calibration Services to the Rescue!, Gettysburg College, PA, December 2004.

 

The Ionizing Radiation Division Quality System, Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2004.

 

Selection and Calibration of Dosimetry Systems, Fifth International Workshop on Dosimetry for Radiation Processing, Ste Adele, Canada, September, 2004.

 

Irradiation Decontamination of Postal Mail and High-Risk Luggage, NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents, Budapest, Hungary, March 2004.


 

Irradiation Applications for Homeland Security, Plenary lecture at the 13th International Meeting on Radiation Processing, Chicago, IL, September 2003.

 

Characterization of a New Alanine Film Dosimeter, 13th International Meeting on Radiation Processing, Chicago, IL, September 2003.

 

New Services and Opportunities in High-Dose Dosimetry, Advances in High-Dose Dosimetry Workshop, NIST, Gaithersburg, April 2003.

 

Alanine Dosimetry and e-Certification, Radiation Processing Simulation and Modeling User Group Workshop, NIST, Gaithersburg, April 2003.

 

The Transformation of a Traditionally Mail-Based NIST Calibration Service to a Fully Electronic Service, NIST, Gaithersburg, December 2002.

 

Treatment of High‑Risk Passenger Luggage to Reduce the Risk from Smuggling of Bioterrorism Agents, Technical Support Working Group, Washington DC, December 2002.

 

Overview of Alanine/EPR methods, Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2002.

 

Does Mail Irradiation Affect DNA Forensic Analysis?, Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2002.

 

Industrial Radiation Dosimetry: Current Status and Future Prospects, High-Dose Dosimetry Workshop, Kent State University, Ohio, September 2002.

 

Cellulose Radiation Chemistry, National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland, June 2002

 

Anthrax in the Mail? NIST Calibration Services to the Rescue!, NIST, Gaithersburg, May 2002.

 

Progress Report to White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Task Force, Washington DC, May, 2002

 

Irradiation Technology for Homeland Security, NIST, Gaithersburg, April 2002.

 

Irradiation Technology & Homeland Security, NIST, Gaithersburg, February 2002.


 

Progress Report to White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Task Force, Washington DC, January, 2002

 

Irradiation Technology & Homeland Security, NIST, Gaithersburg, January 2002.

 

Task Force Report to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Washington DC, December 2001.

 

Technologies for Safeguarding the United States Postal Service, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Washington DC, November 2001.

 

Radiological Materials: The Next Threat to the Postal Service?, United States Postal Service Crime Laboratory, Virginia, November 2001.

 

Technologies for Safeguarding the United States Postal Service, United States Postal Service Crime Laboratory, Virginia, November 2001.

 

Radiation Dosimetry: Current Status and Future Prospects, Tenth Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2001.

 

e-Calibrations: Using the Internet to Deliver Calibration Services in Real Time at Lower Cost, International Meeting on Radiation Processing, France, March, 2001

 

e-Calibrations, Measurement Science Conference, Anaheim, CA, January, 2001

 

Detecting Radiation Exposures Using Human Tissues, U of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara CA, October 2000.

 

A New Real-Time Telecalibration Service Traceable to NIST, RadTech 2000, Baltimore MD, April 2000.

 

A New Real-Time Telecalibration Service for Industrial Radiation Sources, NIST, Gaithersburg MD, February 2000.        

 

Detecting Radiation Exposures Using Human Tissues, Brigham Young University, Provo UT, February 2000.

 

Detecting Radiation Exposures Using Human Tissues, Southern University at Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge LA, January 2000.


 

Remote Calibrations for High-Dose Radiation Processing, Eighth Annual Meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, October 1999.

 

Advances in Reference and Transfer Dosimetry, International Congress on Solid State Dosimetry, Mexico City, Mexico, September 1999.

 

The Role of CIRMS and NIST in Promoting the Use of Ionizing Radiation for Industrial Processing, Global >99 B International Conference on Future Nuclear Systems, Jackson Hole, WY, September 1999.

 

Technologies for Detection of Radiation Exposure in Bone and Teeth, Genetics in the Courtroom, Eastham, MA, August 1998.

 

An Expanded Role for Radiation Metrology, Fifth International Symposium on ESR Dosimetry and Applications, Obninsk, Russia, June 1998.

 

Measuring Prior Radiation Exposures Using Teeth and Bone, Changing Needs in Occupational Medicine, Portland, OR, August 1997.

 

Technical Basis for ESR Dosimetry, Biomarkers, the Genome and the Individual, Charleston, SC, May 1997.

 

EPR Metrology at NIST, Pittsburgh Conference, Chicago, IL, March 1996.

 

Tooth Enamel Dosimetry: Current Status and Overview of Measurement Issues, Office of International Health Studies, Dept. Of Energy, Germantown, MD, May 1995.

 

Current Status of the EPR Detection Method for Irradiated Foods, Fourth International Symposium on ESR Dosimetry and Applications, Munich, Germany, May 1995.

 

Retrospective Assessment of Radiation Overexposures using Tooth Enamel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, April 1995.

 

National MQA Program for High-Level Dosimetry, Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements & Standards Annual Meeting, Gaithersburg, MD, November, 1994.

 

EPR Dosimetry at the NIST, Ninth International Meeting on Radiation Processing, Istanbul, Turkey, September 1994.

 

EPR Dosimetry at the NIST, Institute of Nuclear Chemistry & Technology, Warsaw, Poland, September 1994.

 

EPR Metrology at the NIST, Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry, Denver, CO, July 1994.

 

Irradiated Food Detection, Radiation Accidents and Radiation Therapy. Applications of EPR Spectrometry, Randolph-Macon Women's College, Lynchburg, VA, October, 1993.

 

Alanine Dosimetry, Short Course on High-Dose Dosimetry, College Park, MD, October  1993.

 

EPR detection and dosimetry of Irradiated Food, International School for ESR Dosimetry, Marciana Marina, Italy, June 1993.

 

Proton therapy dosimetry intercomparisons between the Harvard, Loma Linda, and ITEP facilities, Fifth General Meeting of the Hadron Therapy Project, Turin, Italy, June 1993.

 

Dosimetry Applications of EPR, Science Panel Meeting, Committee on Interagency Radiation Research and Policy Coordination, Washington, DC, May 1993.

 

EPR dosimetry: Evaluation of tooth enamel as a dosimeter, International Conference on the Health Effects of Low-Dose Radiation, Houston, TX, April 1993.

 

EPR dosimetry at NIST: Experimental validation of radiopharmaceutical absorbed dose to mineralized bone tissue, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, April 1993.

 

Irradiated Food Detection, Radiation Accidents and Radiation Therapy. Applications of EPR Spectrometry, American Nuclear Society/ Health Physics Society Meeting, Hershey, PA, May 1992.

 

NIST Activities in Irradiated Food Processing, R&D Associates Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, March 1992.

 

Irradiated Food Detection, Radiation Accidents and Radiation Therapy. Applications of EPR Spectrometry, American Chemical Society Meeting, Penn State, York, PA, February 1992.

 

Alanine Dosimetry, Second International Workshop on Dosimetry for Radiation Processing, College Park, MD, October 1991.

 

A New Approach to Radiopharmaceutical Dose Assessment, International Symposium on Radiopharmaceutical Dosimetry, Oak Ridge, TN, April 1991.

 

QC/QA Measurements on Irradiated Foods, Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, June 1990.

 

ESR Dosimetry: Food Irradiation, Radiation Accidents, and Radiation Therapy, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, MD, May 1990.

 

ESR Detection of Irradiated Foods, Research & Developments Associates Conference, Boston, MA, October 1989.

 

Analytical Approaches for the Detection of Irradiated Foods, U of MD, Catonsville, MD, September 1989.

 

Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy of Irradiated Polymers, Ethicon, Inc., Somerville, NJ, August 1989.

 

Analytical Approaches for the Detection of Irradiated Foods, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, April 1989.

 

Analytical Approaches for the Detection of Irradiated Foods, Australian Radiation Laboratory, Melbourne, Australia, March 1989.

 

Analytical Approaches for the Detection of Irradiated Foods, Monash University, Clayton, Australia, March 1989.