Dr. Terry Brock has been with the U.S. NRC for 14 years. He’s the project manager for the NRC’s Radiation Exposure Information and Reporting System and participation in the OECD/NEA’s Information System on Occupational Exposure, where he was the past co-Vice Chair. He’s the project manager and technical lead for the agency’s participation in the One Million U.S. Radiation Workers and Veterans heath study and dosimetry projects with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He serves as the agency liaison to the U.S. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements and the International Commission on Radiological Protection. He has served as the project manager and technical health physicist for the Analysis of Cancer Risks in Populations near Nuclear Facilities, the State-of-the-Art Reactor Consequence Analyses study, the Risk Task Group that explored risk-informing the radioactive materials arena, and the Agreement States radioactive materials regulatory program.
Prior to the NRC, Dr. Brock has worked as a health physicist in commercial nuclear power and university radiation safety.
Dr. Brock holds a Ph.D. in public health and M.S. in radiation heath physics and environmental health from Oregon State University. He holds a B.S. in health physics and industrial hygiene from Purdue University.
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