- Covers the fundamentals of radiation physics in a manner that is understandable to students and professionals with a limited physics background- Includes problem sets and exercises to aid both teachers and students- Discusses radioactivity, internally deposited radionuclides, and dosimetry- Analyzes the risks for occupational and non-occupational workers exposed to radiation sources
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Quantities and Units and Definitions
Interaction of Radiation with Matter
Energy Transfer Processes
Theories and Models, Cell Survival
Survival Curve and Its Significance
Modification of Radiation Response
Radiation Biology of Normal and Neoplastic Tissue Systems
Late Effects of Radiation on Normal Tissues--Non Stochastic Effects
Stochastic Effects--Radiation Carcinogenesis
Stochastic Effects, Genetic Effects of Ionizing Radiation
High LET Radiation Effects
Metabolism and Biological Effects of Deposited Radionuclides
Radiation Exposure from Natural Background and other Sources
Edward L. Alpen is the recipient of many awards, including the Distinguished Service Medal of the Department of Defense and the Navy Science Medal for Distinguished Achievement in Science. Dr. Alpen has been listed in Leaders in American Science, Marquis' Who's Who in the World of Science, and Marquis' Who's Who in the World. Alpen has also been a member of numerous professional societies,including the Bioelectromagnetic Society, the Royal Society of Medicine, the California Academy of Sciences, the Radiation Research Society, and the British Institute of Radiology. Highlights of Alpen's professional career includes positions as ExecutiveVice President and Chief Technical Officer, Neutron Technology Corporation (1990-1992), Director of the United Kingdom and Ireland Study, Centre of the University of California, London (1988-1990), Chair of the Technical Electronic Products Radiation Safety Standards Commission of the Food and Drug Administration (1977-1980), Director of the Washington State Board of International Trade (1974-1976), Associate Director of the Pacific Northwest Laboratory (1969-1971), and Directorof the Biological and Medical Sciences Division at the Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory (1958-1969). Dr. Alpen currently holds concurrent faculty appointments at the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco.