EPR BIODOSE 2015
October 4-8, 2015
Hanover, New Hampshire
 
Biodose 2015 Program

 

 
   
 

This program is subject to some last minute changes and adjustments in time of presentations, but those will be minor.
Abstracts will be available online soon. Please check your abstract for accuracy as they have been edited for format and to improve clarity.

Oral Presentations
For 10 minute oral presentation the presenter MUST leave a minimum of 2 minutes for discussion and therefore has a maximum of 8 minutes for the talk itself.
For presentations more than 10 minutes, presentation MUST leave a minimum of 5 minutes for discussion.

The timing rules will be rigidly enforced to avoid disadvantaging other speakers.

Poster Presentations
Oral presentation for posters should be two minutes or less.
 

There will be a computer located downstairs on the ground floor that will be designated for presenters to check their slides before presentation. There will be signs to direct you to the room. This computer is for checking and testing purposes only. Presenters must deliver their final presentations to the computer located in the Ballroom.

Presenters must deliver their slides (Microsoft PPT) on a flash drive to the Audio/Visual person located at the projector computer at the front of the Ballroom. This should be done NO later than the break that precedes your scheduled presentation session.


Breakfast will be available from 7 AM at the meeting site and lunch will be integrated into the scientific program.





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  SUNDAY OPENING RECEPTION

  MONDAY PERSPECTIVES ON THE PROBLEMS, THE SOLUTIONS, AND THE PLAYERS
    RADIATION BIODOSIMETRY FOR MEDICAL PLANNING AND RESPONSE TO LARGE SCALE RADIATION EVENTS
   

ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN MEDICAL PLANNING AND RESPONSE TO RADIATION EVENTS

    OVERVIEW SESSION ON STATE OF THE ART IN DOSIMETRY AND OXIMETRY: PART 1

  TUESDAY OVERVIEW SESSION ON STATE OF THE ART IN DOSIMETRY AND OXIMETRY: PART 2 
   

POSTER 1 SESSION /2 min oral presentations followed by discussions at the poster/

    RESPONSE PLANNING

  WEDNESDAY THE EUROPEAN NETWORK FOR BIODOSIMETRY (RENEB): ITS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND FUTURE PLANS
    USING EPR FOR ARCHEOLOGICAL DATING AND OTHER EPR STUDIES
   

POSTER 2 SESSION /2 min oral presentations followed by discussions at the posters/


  THURSDAY BIOLOGICALLY-BASED BIODOSIMETRY:  ADVANCES IN METHODS AND RESULTS
    PHYSICALLY-BASED BIODOSIMETRY: PART 1 - ADVANCES IN NAIL DOSIMETRY
    PHYSICALLY-BASED BIODOSIMETRY: PART 2 - ADVANCES IN TOOTH/BONE DOSIMETRY
    GENERAL DISCUSSION ON THE MEETING - WHAT IS NEXT?  WHAT IS NEEDED?

 




Friday, October 2 - EPR Center

12:00 - 4:00PM ISO WG18 and Subcommittee Meeting
  (by invitation only, please contact Ruth Wilkins [Ruth.Wilkins@hc-sc.gc.ca] if you wish to attend)
  EPR Center at Dartmouth
  Organizer - Ruth Wilkins
  ISO WG18 EPR Subgroup Meeting
  (by invitation only, please contact Paola Fattibene [paola.fattibene@iss.it] if you wish to attend)
  EPR Center at Dartmouth
  Organizer - Paola Fattibene


 


Saturday, October 3 - EPR Center

9:00AM - 4:00PM ISO WG18 and Subcommittee Meeting
  (by invitation only, please contact Ruth Wilkins [Ruth.Wilkins@hc-sc.gc.ca] if you wish to attend)
  EPR Center at Dartmouth
  Organizer - Ruth Wilkins
  ISO WG18 EPR Subgroup Meeting
  (by invitation only, please contact Paola Fattibene [paola.fattibene@iss.it] if you wish to attend)
  EPR Center at Dartmouth
  Organizer - Paola Fattibene


 


Sunday, October 4 - Hanover Inn

12:00PM Check-in table open - Hanover Inn
   
9:00AM - 4:00PM The 4th Coordination Meeting of the WHO BioDoseNet
  (by invitation only, please contact Zhanat Carr [carrz@whi.int] if you wish to attend)
  Hanover Inn - Hayward Lounge
  Organizer - Zhanat Carr
   
4:00PM - 7:00PM RENEB Meeting (including Advisory Board)
  (by invitation only, please contact Ulrike Kulka [ukulka@bfs.de] if you wish to attend)
  Hanover Inn - Hayward Lounge
  Organizer - Ulrike Kulka
   
5:30PM - 9:00PM Welcome Dinner - Dartmouth Outing Club House, Hanover, New Hampshire
  10 minute walk from Hanover Inn, maps will be provided


 


Monday, October 5 - Hanover Inn

6:45AM - 7:45AM IABERD Steering Committee Meeting
  Members of committee only (room to be announced)
   
8:00AM – 8:20AM Greetings from sponsoring/hosting organizations
 
Geisel School of Medicine - Duane Compton, Dean
Norris Cotton Cancer Center - Konstantin Dragnev, Ass. Director for Clinical Research
Dept. of Radiology - Jocelyn Chertoff, Chair
NIAID/CMCR - Merriline Satyamitra, Program Officer
EPR Society - Hitoshi Ohta, President
IABERD - Philippe Voison, President


 

PERSPECTIVES ON THE PROBLEMS, THE SOLUTIONS, AND THE PLAYERS
 

8:20 – 8:30AM Harold Swartz Greetings and overview of the meeting with a focus on promoting heresy
8:30 – 9:00AM Vijay Singh Radiation countermeasures for acute radiation syndrome: An update 
9:00 – 9:30AM Norman Coleman Biodosimetry: Helping the medical decision-maker manage people following a large scale nuclear or other radiation incident

9:30 – 9:50AM       BREAK  

 

RADIATION BIODOSIMETRY FOR MEDICAL PLANNING AND RESPONSE TO LARGE SCALE RADIATION EVENTS
 

9:50 – 10:15AM John Koerner Biodosimetry Networking:  Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going
10:15 – 10:40AM Judy Bader Using Biodosimetry and Clinical Assessments to Manage ARS Patients in Large Mass Casualty Setting
10:40 – 11:05AM Eric Daxon USDOD Biodosimetry: Needs, Requirements and Integration into the Federal Response
11:05 – 11:30PM Nicholas Dainiak Integration of Biodosimetry Laboratories to Meet Surge Capacity
11:30 – 12:30PM

                                  LUNCH

12:30 – 1:00PM Brooke Buddemeier Biodosimetry Needs in the Aftermath of Nuclear Terrorism (via televideo)

 

1:00PM – 2:30PM ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN MEDICAL PLANNING AND RESPONSE TO RADIATION EVENTS

1:00 1:15PM Merriline Satyamitra Overview of NIAID's Radiation Countermeasure, Biodosimetry Devices and Biomarkers Program
1:15 – 1:25PM Nicholas Dainiak REAC/TS:  Past History and Future Directions
1:25 – 1:35PM David Weinstock Radiation Injury Treatment Network (RITN): healthcare professionals preparing for a mass casualty radiological event
1:35 –1:50PM Lester Huff AFRRI
1:50 –2:00PM Matthias Port ConRad 2017 - Global Conference on Radiation Topics - preparedness, response, protection and research
2:00 – 2:10PM Ulrike Kulka RENEB - Overview
2:10 –2:20PM Zhanat Carr Role of WHO
2:20 –2:30PM

                      General Discussion

 

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2:30 – 2:50PM        BREAK

 

OVERVIEW SESSION ON STATE OF THE ART IN DOSIMETRY AND OXIMETRY: PART 1  

2:50 – 3:15PM Bernard Gallez Half a century of research on EPR of irradiated tissues
3:15 – 3:40PM  Ann Barry Flood Comparative Effectiveness of Biodosimetry: Comparing Throughput and Capacity in Response to Large-scale Radiation Events
3:40 – 4:05PM Benjamin Williams Meaningful ROC Analysis for Evaluation of Radiation Biodosimetry Technologies
4:05 – 4:30PM Steven Simon Current needs of biodosimetry in studies of long-term health risk following radiation exposure
4:30 – 4:55PM Howard Halpern EPR oxygen imaging, breast cancer and Hal
4:55 – 5:20PM Steven Swarts State of the art of ex vivo (clipped nail) EPR dosimetry

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5:30PM   Buses depart from Hanover Inn
5:30PM - 9:00PM Dinner/Social Event -  Montshire Museum, Norvich, Vermont  <Click here for event details>
 

 


Tuesday, October 6 - Hanover Inn

 OVERVIEW SESSION ON STATE OF THE ART IN DOSIMETRY AND OXIMETRY: PART 2 

8:00 – 8:25AM Gareth Eaton Optimizing Obtaining Quantitative Information about Spins in Irradiated Materials
8:25 – 8:50AM Wojciech Froncisz Digital CW L-band spectrometer
8:50 – 9:05AM Anne Skinner Current Challenges in ESR Dating
9:05 – 9:15AM Paola Fattibene Cellular reductant potential contributes to silencing EPR-detectable spin trap adducts formed in irradiated samples
9:15 – 10:00AM Harold Swartz State of the Art in clinical Applications of EPR : in vivo teeth & nail & oximetry, and applications for the military

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 10:10 – 10:15AM   BREAK


10:15AM – 12:15PM POSTER 1 SESSION (includes lunch)

(2 min oral presentations followed by discussions at the posters)

P1-TU Francois Trompier Overview of physical dosimetry methods for triage application integrated in the new European network RENEB
P2-TU Saibadaiahun Nongrum Genomic search of bio-marker for molecular bio-dosimetry of the future
P3-TU Natividad Sebastià Relationship between radiation-induced late toxicity in breast cancer patients and in vitro cellular
P4-TU Helen Turner y-H2AX Kinetic Profile in Mouse Lymphocytes Exposed to the Internal Emitters Cesium-137 and Strontium-90
P5-TU Amit Verma Proteomic analysis of mice tissue reveals the molecular mechanism underlying the radioprotective efficacy of tocols
P6-TU Valeria Hadjidekova Biological dose assessment following a radiation accident in Bulgaria
P7-TU Alegria Montoro Medical staff occupationally exposed to low doses of ionizing radiation. In vivo assessment of the antioxidant-oxidant status   and evaluation of the antioxidant response and oxidative stress after an in vitro blood irradiation
P8-TU Yu Abe Analyses of dicentric chromosome and chromosomal translocation after a single CT scan in adults
P9-TU  Stephen Barnard Low dose radiation effects on the lens and radiation-induced cataractogenesis
P10-TU Elizabeth Ainsbury UK NIHR Health Protection Research Unit: Chemical & Radiation Threats & Hazards - Biomarkers  
P11-TU Lindsay Beaton-Green Retrospective Biodosimetry of an Occupational Overexposure - Case Study
P12-TU Sandrine Roch-Lefevre A mouse model of cytogenetic analysis to evaluate radiation dose exposure and contamination
P13-TU Istvan Turai How Has The International Co-Operation Started? – The First IAEA/CRP In Cytogenetic & EPR Biodosimetry, 1998-2001
P14-TU Shin Toyoda Variation of the sensitivity of the ESR dosimetric signal and of the intensity of the interfering signal is deciduous teeth
P15-TU Laurence Roy WP3 education, training and quality of the dosimetry network
P16-TU Farrah Flegal Validation by intercomparison of the cytokinesis-block micronucleus assay by imaging flow cutometry for rapid biodosimetry
P17-TU Bajor Gimi Phosphorus zero echo time imaging of tooth enamel
P18-TU Natalia Ossetrova Acute Radiation Sickness Severity Scoring System for Biodosimetry and Injury Assessment in Nonhuman Primate Total-body Irradiation Model with Limited and Supportive Care for Biodosimetry and Injury Assessment

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RESPONSE PLANNING

12:15 – 12:35PM Eugene Demidenko Estimation of radiation dose using time to emesis adjusted for possibility of no vomiting
12:35 – 12:45PM Arif Ali Emesis as a Screening
12:45 – 1:05PM Guy Garty Irradiation systems for Realistic Exposure Scenarios
1:05 – 1:25PM  Natalia Ossetrova Evaluation of Nonhuman Primate Total-body Irradiation Model with Limited and Full Medical Supportive Care for Biodosimetry and Injury Assessment
1:25 – 1:45PM H. Michael Stewart, Jr Establishing a Department of Defense Radiation Biodosimetry Network
1:45 – 2:05PM William Blakely DOD Multi-parametric Biodosimetry Network: AFRRI and NDC Initial Concept of Operations
2:05 – 2:15PM

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2:15 – 2:35PM Ruth Wilkins The Imaging Flow Cytometry Cytokinesis-Block Micronucleus Assay for Radiation Biodosimetry
2:35 – 2:55PM Peter Rogan Automated Discrimination of Dicentric and Monocentric Chromosomes by Machine Learning-based Image Processing
2:55 – 3:15PM Horst Romm The WHO BioDoseNet Image Repository for Dicentric Assay
3:15 – 3:35PM Sally Amundson Biodosimetry beyond simple exposures
3:35 – 3:50PM Elizabeth Ainsbury Uncertainty analysis methods for emergency biodosimetry
3:50 – 4:00PM Joan Knoll Radiation dose estimation by automated chromosome biodosimetry

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4:00 - 4:15PM     Buses depart Hanover Inn
4:30 - 8:30PM     Dinner/Social Event - BBQ and entertainment at Swartz/Flood residence, Lyme New Hampshire  <Click here for event details>
 

 


Wednesday, October 7 - Hanover Inn

 

THE EUROPEAN NETWORK FOR BIODOSIMETRY (RENEB): ITS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND FUTURE PLANS
 

(Parallel session)

8:00  – 10:00AM

Andrzej Wojcik European networking in biological dosimetry: results of two performance inter-comparisons carried out within the RENEB project
Ursula Oestreicher Results of a global inter-laboratory comparison on the dicentric chromosome assay in the frame of the European Network of Biodosimetry
Francois Trompier Investigation of the influence of calibration practices on cytogenetic laboratory performance for dose estimation within RENEB    
Julie Depuydt Lessons learned from the Inter-laboratory comparisons for the Micronucleus assay in the frame of the European Network of Biodosimetry
Jayne Moquet-Bricknell The second gamma-H2AX inter-comparison exercise carried out in the framework of the European Project  - Realising the European Network of Biodosimetry (RENEB)
Laure Piqueret-Stephan On the potential of new biodosimetry techniques: Detection of dicentric chromosomes with telomere and centromere (TC) staining in metaphases and PCC - Optimization and comparison to the current gold standard method
Georgia Terzoudi Triage biodosimetry using Centromeric / Telomeric PNA probes and Giemsa staining to score dicentrics or excess fragments in non-stimulated lymphocyte prematurely condensed chromosomes
Matthias Port Examining radiation induced in vivo and in vitro gene expression changes of the peripheral blood in different laboratories for biodosimetry purposes
Ulrike Kulka RENEB -The Future

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USING EPR FOR ARCHEOLOGICAL DATING AND OTHER EPR STUDIES

 (Parallel session)

8:00 – 8:20AM Anne Skinner New Dates for the MSA Deposits at Mumba Cave
8:20 – 8:35AM Angela Kinoshita The influence of Manganese on Equivalent Dose determination in Calcites
8:35 – 8:50AM Bonnie A.B. Blackwell Chewing on the Reworking: ESR Dating Ungulate Teeth from the Paleolithic Site at Pešturina, Serbia
8:50 – 9:00AM Terrance Mensah A New Material for ESR Dating? Species Variation in Achatina
9:00 – 9:10AM Min Kyu (Danny) Kim Shell We Date? ESR Dating the Sangamonian Interglacial Deposits at Hopwood Farm, IL
9:10 – 9:30AM Valery Khramtsov Relationship between Tumor Microenvironment and Oxidative Stress: in vivo EPR studies
9:30 – 9: 45AM Yves Michael Frapart On the way to quantitative EPR Spectroscopy and imaging from in vitro to in vivo studies
9:45 – 10:00AM  Hitoshi Ohta Developments of Multi-Extreme THz ESR and Its Application to Multiferroic Substance
10:00 – 10:10AM Marie-Noelle Amiot Development of a new type of dosimeter “Epresize®” for EPR-dosimetry adapted to sub centimeter field size

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10:00 - 10:30AM    BREAK



10:30AM – 12:30PM POSTER 2 SESSION (includes lunch) Joint Session

(2 min oral presentations followed by discussions at the posters)

P1-W Anne Skinner Comparing ESR and OSL Dates
P2-W Oswaldo Baffa ESR dating of Toxodon tooth from Upper Ribeira Valley, São Paulo, Brazil
P3-W Angela Kinoshita ESR dating of teeth of Smilodon populator from Toca de Cima do Pilão, Piauí, Brazil
P4-W Kalyani Gopalkrishna ESR Dating Ungulate Tooth Enamel  Found in the Mousterian Layers at Velika Balanica, Serbia
P5-W Daniel Samaga Pitfalls of Stochastic Biomarkers: Disregarding Intrinsic Variance
P6-W Marco Valente In vivo exposure of a large nonhuman primate - a cytogenetic dosimetry study
P7-W Albrecht Wieser Analysis of the EPR spectrum of gamma exposed Gorilla Glass
P8-W Cincia De Angelis Variability of the dosimetric EPR response of gorilla glass touchscreen to dose and to light       
P9-W Bernard Gallez Influence of dental restorative materials on the dosimetric signal in retrospective tooth dosimetry
P10-W Amanda Burg Rech Ammonium tartrate multi-frequency electron paramagnetic resonance study
P11-W Amanda Burg Rech Investigation of lithium, sodium and potassium compounds for ESR dosimetry
P12-W Marina Di Giorgio Automatic detection of mitosis and nuclei from cytogenetic images by CellProfiler software   for mitotic index estimation
P13-W Akira Furukawa The project of another low-cost metaphase finder
P14-W Manuel Higueras Hernaez Bayesian cytogenetic dose estimation for partial body irradiation
P15-W Lai Kwan Ho Improvement of the throughput of the dicentric chromosomal scoring process using the pre-selection of FISH-centromeres
P16-W  Tomisato Miura Comparison of the cell-cycle progression index and ring chromosome for dose estimation using simulated human peripheral blood partial-body irradiation in the premature chromosome condensation assay
P17-W Georgia Terzoudi Biological dosimetry following high dose whole or partial body exposure using caffeine for G2-checkpoint abrogation in peripheral blood lymphocytes
P18-W  Farideah Zakeri The Cytokinesis-Blocked Micronucleus Assay: Application in Radiation Biodosimetry
P19-W Adayabalam Balajee Effects of radiation quality on inter and intra chromosomal aberrations in human lymphocytes
P20-W Marina Di Giorgio Flt3 Ligand as a biomarker for victim categorization in radiation mass casualties and for therapeutic applications in clinical use
P21-W Mark Tseytlin Rapid Scan EPR Tooth Dosimetry

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12:30PM - 1:30PM IABERD - Business Meeting
  Hanover Inn
  Organizer - Philippe Voisin

 

2:00PM on - FREE afternoon and evening     



 


Thursday, October 8 - Hanover Inn



BIOLOGICALLY-BASED BIODOSIMETRY:  ADVANCES IN METHODS AND RESULTS

8:00 – 8:25AM Adayabalam Balajee Microvesicle Isolation and Purification for Radiation Biodosimetry in a Mass Casualty Event
8:25 – 8:40AM David Bolduc Development of a Predictive Radiation Risk and Injury Categorization (RRIC) Algorithm for H-ARS using a Minipig Model
8:40 – 8:50AM Soheir Korraa Markers of Neural Degeneration and Regeneration in Blood of Cardiac Catheterization Personals
8:50 – 9:00AM Jin Kyung Lee Reviewing cumulative results of blood cell counts (CBC): a reliable and feasible tool to protect worker's overall health and safety
9:00 – 9:10AM  Evgenia Tolstykh Strontium exposure: do stable chromosome aberrations in lymphocytes truly indicate bone marrow doses in Techa River residents?

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PHYSICALLY-BASED BIODOSIMETRY: PART 1- ADVANCES IN NAIL DOSIMETRY

9:10 – 9:20AM Oleg Grinberg Aperture resonators for in vivo EPR dosimetry
9:20 – 9:30AM Kyo Kobayashi Assessing various processing methods to optimize the detection of the stable radiation induced signal (RIS) in nail clippings
9:30 – 9:40AM Stephen McKeever Toward a protocol for X-band EPR dosimetry using human fingernails
9:40 – 9:50AM Kouichi Nakagawa An innovative 9 GHz EPR surface detection method - its application to non - invasive human fingers and nails investigation
9:50 – 10:00AM Sergey Petryakov Surface Dielectric Resonators for X-Band EPR Spectroscopy
10:00 - 10:30AM

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10:30 – 10:40AM Tamar Sanikidze Role of the free radicals in mechanisms of gallstones formation
10:40 – 10:50AM Sergey Sholom UV-related EPR signals in nails and their possible application in an emergency dosimetry technique with nails
10:50 – 11:00AM Dmitriy Tipikin Possible nature of the stable radiation-induced signal in nails: high-field EPR, confirming chemical synthesis, quantum chemical calculations
11:00 – 11:10AM Francois Trompier Q-band EPR investigation of UV irradiated human fingernails
11:10 – 11:10AM Sara Della Monaca Effect of laser treatments on the dosimetric EPR properties of teeth
11:20 – 11:30AM  Gaixin Du Factors related to normal variations in background signals detected by EPR in unirradiated teeth
11:30 – 11:40AM  Alexander Ivannikov Determination of the average native background and the light-induced EPR signals and their variation in the teeth enamel based on large-scale surveys of the population of different regions
11:40 – 11:50AM Minoru Miyake In-vivo radiation dosimetry using portable L band EPR -On-site measurement from volunteers in FUKUSHIMA Prefecture, Japan

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12:00PM – 2:00PM POSTER 3 SESSION (includes lunch)

(2 min oral presentations followed by discussions at the posters)

P1-TH Hoon Choi The effect of moisture on spectrum of Fingernail/EPR dosimetry EPR nails
P2-TH Paola Fattibene Effects of hardening and antimycotic topical treatments on the EPR signal properties of human nails
P3-TH  Oleg Grinberg Survey of in vivo resonators for physically-based Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) dosimetry
P4-TH Stephen McKeever Stability of X-band EPR signals from fingernails under vacuum storage
P5-TH Sergey Sholom Emergency EPR and OSL dosimetry with table vitamins and minerals
P6-TH Dmitriy Tipikin In-vitro investigation of different modes of nails cutting: blade cutting minimizes mechanically induced signal in nails
P7-TH Sara Della Monaca Is the OSL signal from nail clippings of toe- and fingernails due to silicates from contaminating dust?
P8-TH Steven Swarts Electron paramagnetic resonance study of UVA-induced and radiation-induced signals (RIS) in fingernails: Comparative dose-response and potential application for calibrating the RIS
P9-TH Mallory Guy Improving the sensitivity of a W-band longitudinally detected EPR set-up
P10-TH Lihuang Zhu Parameters study of frequency-modulated CW EDMR in phosphorus doped silicon at low magnetic field
P11-TH Timothy Raynolds Rapid-Scan and Direct-Detect software development  
P12-TH Yasuhiro Nakai Comparison of Noise in EPR Measurement Due to Different Environmental Conditions
P13-TH Kassym Zhumadilov EPR dosimetry study for population residing in the vicinity of fallout trace of nuclear test in 7, August 1962  
P14-TH Maciej Kmiec Simulation driven design of EPR tooth dosimetry instrumentation
P15-TH Kwon Choi Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Dosimetry using Synthetic Hydroxyapatite EPR teeth
P16-TH  Oswaldo Baffa Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Dosimetry in dose assessment at the nuclear plant of Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
P17-TH Amanda Burg Rech Preliminary studies of the EPResize® dosimeter for small field radiation




PHYSICALLY-BASED BIODOSIMETRY: PART 2- ADVANCES IN TOOTH/BONE DOSIMETRY
 

12:00 – 2:00PM

                                  LUNCH AND FURTHER VIEWING OF POSTERS

2:00 – 2:10PM Ke Wu X-band EPR in vivo Bio-dosimeter - from concept to reality
2:10 – 2:20PM Periannan Kuppusamy Intensity standard for L-band EPR tooth dosimetry
2:20 – 2:30PM  Philippe Leveque Comparison of Monte-Carlo simulation and EPR/CT imaging for retrospective dosimetry in heterogeneous bone tissue
2:30 – 2:40PM Toshitaka Oka Electron spin resonance dosimetry using deciduous teeth of Japanese children
2:40 – 2:50PM Wilson Schreiber Flexible, Wireless, Inductively Coupled Surface Coil Resonators for EPR Tooth Dosimetry
2:50 – 3:00PM Victoria Satinsky EPR tooth dosimetry wireless resonator technology: Bridging the gap from engineering concept to in vivo testing
3:00 – 3:10PM Elena Shishkina Dose reconstruction in tooth enamel of Techa riverside residents
3:10 – 3:30PM

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3:30 – 3:40PM Ichiro Yamaguchi L-band EPR tooth dosimetry for neutron and heavy ion
3:40 – 3:50PM Bartlomiej Ciesielski The effect of background signal and its representation in deconvolution of EPR spectra on accuracy of EPR dosimetry in bone
3:50 – 4:10PM Pawel Budzioch Modern, compact L- band EPR transceiver optimized for tooth dosimetry
4:10 – 4:30PM Paola Fattibene Influence of environmental parameters on the dosimetric EPR response of gorilla glass Touchscreen glass

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4:40 - 5:00PM        GENERAL DISCUSSION ON THE MEETING – WHAT IS NEXT?  WHAT IS NEEDED?

5:20PM                 Buses depart from Hanover Inn
5:30 - 9:00PM        Closing Dinner/Social Event
- AVA Art Gallery, Lebanon, New Hampshire <Click here for event details>



 


Friday, October 9

9:00AM - 11:00AM RENEB Meeting
  (by invitation only, please contact Ulrike Kulka [ukulka@bfs.de] if you wish to attend)
  Hanover Inn
  Organizer - Ulrike Kulka

 


 
 
  Should you have any questions, please email Traci at
info@biodose2015.org