2023 News & Events Archive


November 5-12, 2023, is National Radiation Protection Professionals Week

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Opportunity Announcement for Fulbright Specialist Program

A fully-funded, short-term opportunity to travel to Kosovo is currently available through the Fulbright Specialist Program (FSP). A highly qualified individual is being sought to serve as a Specialist for the project “Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Assessment in Kosovo” (P008858) which would involve one visit, approximately 18 days in length, to the Kosovo Agency for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety, MESPI in Prishtina, Kosovo, as described in the Open Project Announcement. Interested applicants should indicate their interest using the Submission of Interest Form .

Frequently Asked Questions about the Potential Public Health Impact in the United States from a Nuclear Incident in Ukraine


NCRP Comment: Safety Concerns for the People of Ukraine

2023 Annual Meeting

NCRP Annual Meeting,
Integration of Physics,
Biology and Epidemiology
in Radiation Risk Assessment



Martha S. Linet is 46th Lauriston S. Taylor Lecturer
Michael M. Weil is the 19th Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Speaker
Susanne M. Rafelski to Present the 6th Thomas S. Tenforde Topical Lecture
Michael B. Bellamy to Receive John D. Boice, Jr. Young Investigator Award

In Memoriam

Richard E. Toohey, September 2, 1945-November 13, 2003
Paul M. DeLuca, Jr., April 22, 1944 – October 30, 2023
Bernd Kahn, August 16, 1928 – July 13, 2023
Naomi H. Harley, August 4, 1932 – June 11, 2023

Council Members in the News

Mahesh Council member, Mahadevappa Mahesh is the recipient of the AAPM 2023 Edith H. Quimby Award for Lifetime Achievement in Medical Physics. The awards ceremony and reception is scheduled for July 24 in Houston.
Paganetti H NCRP Member Harald Paganetti was recently honored with The Particle Therapy Co-Operative Group, Robert R. Wilson Award for Significant Contributions to the field of Particle Therapy
NCRP Member Pat Zanzonico presented the Failla Memorial Lecture at the meeting of The Greater New York Chapter, Health Physics Society and The Radiological and Medical Physics Society of New York on March 2, 2023. His topic was “The Other Side of the Coin: Quantifying Benefit in Risk-Benefit Analyses of Medical Imaging.” Congratulations to Pat for being invited to present this prestigious lecture.
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