United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Michelle Rome Moser

Michelle Rome Moser joined the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in 2008 as an environmental project manager in the Office of New Reactors where she provided technical oversight for the environmental reviews for several combined license applications for the construction and operation of new nuclear power reactors.  During this time, Ms. Moser also supported and led public outreach meetings related to the environmental review of these combined license applications.  In 2010, Ms. Moser joined the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation where she analyzes impacts to aquatic and terrestrial resources and examines energy generation alternatives for NRC actions related to operating reactors.  Ms. Moser is currently leading the environmental review for the SHINE construction permit application, NRC’s first application for a medical isotope production facility.  Prior to joining the NRC, Ms. Moser was an environmental analyst at ICF International, where she assisted government agencies in developing environmental impact statements.  Ms. Moser has also conducted research on habitat size and quality in the Chesapeake Bay and the role of environmental conditions and fishing pressure on blue crabs.  Ms. Moser received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Brown University and a master’s degree in Biological Sciences from Stanford University.
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