United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Daniel Hudson

Mr. Hudson is both the Project Manager for the New Site Level 3 Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) Project and the Technical Assistant for the Division of Risk Analysis (DRA), Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research (RES), U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), where he manages special projects and provides technical support as well as advice and guidance on programmatic, policy, and strategic and performance management issues. Prior to his current NRC assignment, Mr. Hudson served as a Human Factors Engineer in the DRA Human Factors and Reliability Branch, where he managed research projects in the areas of safety culture and human reliability analysis (HRA). Prior to his NRC appointment, Mr. Hudson worked for the Johns Hopkins Quality and Safety Research Group, where he conducted and assisted with large scale collaborative research projects in the areas of systems safety, human reliability, and safety culture that were aimed at improving the safety and reliability of healthcare delivery systems. Prior to this experience, Mr. Hudson had served for seven years in the United States Navy as a submarine warfare officer, with certifications as a Navy Diver and Nuclear Engineer Officer. Mr. Hudson holds a Bachelor of Science degree with Distinction in Aerospace Engineering from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He has also completed graduate-level coursework in nuclear engineering, human factors, molecular cell biology and biochemistry, human anatomy and physiology, and biostatistics and epidemiology.

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