United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Amy D'Agostino

Dr. Amy D'Agostino is a human factors analyst in the Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research.  Dr. D'Agostino earned her doctorate in Industrial/organizational psychology from the University of Connecticut.  Amy has worked for the NRC since 2009.  In her 8 years with the agency she has worked on projects related to NDE, incipient fire detection, advanced automation, small modular reactors, and human performance measures.  She also recently completed a rotation where she was involved with reactor licensing work.
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