Ph.D. Health Physics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1989)
M.S. Health Physics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1986)
B.S. Physics(w/honors), Mercer University, (1984)
At Oregon State since 1999. David Hamby’s primary research interests are: nuclear instrumentation development, radiation dosimetry, uncertainty/sensitivity analysis, environmental assessment, and biokinetic modeling of trace minerals.
Comparing computer code for radiation worker safety
How do you quickly calculate a worker's radiation skin dose in the event of exposure? VARSKIN--maintained and updated at Oregon State--is one of the main computer codes used…