Dr. Stephanie Bush-Goddard is a Senior Researcher in the Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research at the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission. She provides leadership and project management to the Radiation Protection Computer Code Analysis and Maintenance Program and she leads advanced reactor and future focused research activities.
Stephanie has held numerous leadership positions at the agency including Chief of the Radiation Protection Branch, Senior Health Physicist and Nuclear Engineer. She is a graduate of the Leadership Development Program at the NRC and received numerous performance awards, including the prestigious Meritorious Service Award.
Stephanie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and holds a Master and Ph. D. in Environmental Health Science with a minor in Health Physics. She was an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland and is a recipient of graduate level fellowships.
She has more than thirty plus years of professional and educational experience in the materials, waste, security, and reactor arenas that include a wide range of radiation protection and regulatory framework issues, and performance assessment methods.
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