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Women in the Radiation Sciences and the Importance of Building Community

Martinez, Nicole E.

doi: 10.1097/HP.0000000000000916
INTRODUCTION

Clemson University, Clemson, SC, nmarti3@clemson.edu

Nicole E. Martinez is an Assistant Professor at Clemson University in the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences where she teaches and conducts research related to environmental risk assessment and radiation protection. Her BS is in applied mathematical sciences from Texas A&M University, and her MS and PhD are both in radiological health sciences from Colorado State University. Prior to attending graduate school, she served in the U.S. Navy, first as an instructor at the Nuclear Power School, and then in the radiation safety division at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. After that she worked for General Physics Corporation monitoring, modeling, and advising on (mostly conventional) power plant efficiency. She currently serves on Committee 4 of the ICRP, is a certified health physicist, and is also a registered yoga teacher.

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