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Radiological Assessment & Measurement Lab

The University of Cincinnati Graduate Health Physics Program in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering has state-of-the-art laboratories for radiation detection and measurement, a unique capability for direct (in vivo) and indirect (in vitro) measurement of internally deposited radioactive materials, and for radioanalysis of biological and environmental samples.

Resources available in these laboratories are used by graduate students and faculty for thesis research and externally funded research grants and contracts. Routine and special measurements are conducted to evaluate persons who may be at risk of internal exposure to radioactive materials. All facilities are available in the event of a radiological emergency.


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Henry Spitz

Professor, CEAS - Mechanical Eng

351 RCA


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Sam Glover

Adjunct Associate Professor, CEAS - Mechanical Eng

402 Old Chemistry Building