Stephen Whittingham

Mechanical Engineering, St Helens College, UK; MSc in Management, Salford University, UK. In the UK Competent Authority, he developed the compliance inspection program for non-nuclear operators. He was a member of the UK Government decommissioning and waste strategy groups. He served as chairman of the European Association of Competent Authorities (Transport Safety). Currently, he is the Head of the Transport Safety Unit and the scientific secretary of the Transport Safety Standards Committee in the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Susanne Lapi

Ph.D. in Chemistry. she is currently Vice-Chair of Translational Research in the Department of Radiology, Professor with Tenure of Radiology and Chemistry, and Cyclotron Facility Director. She is also a member of the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Centre and the UAB Alzheimer’s Disease Center. (…)

Sally A. Amundson

Is an associate professor of radiation oncology in the Center for Radiological Research at the Columbia University Medical Center in New York. She holds a doctorate in radiation biology and cancer biology from the Harvard School of Public Health. (…)

Luis Augusto Perles

Professor (Assistant), Department of Radiation Physics, University of Texas UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas, USA.PhD in Physics (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil). Experience in protontherapy equipment acreditation and acceptance tests, machine learning and computational science.

Lindsay Morton

Ph.D. in epidemiology from Yale University, with a postdoctoral in National Institutes of Health-NIH, with a concentration in molecular epidemiology. She is a radiation epidemiology senior scientist studying multiple primary cancers, evaluating the carcinogenic effects of radiotherapy and (…)

Jane Sosabowski

Graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry and MSc in Photochemistry from the University of Natal, Durban, South Africa. Ph.D. by the Department of Physics at the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton, Surrey, UK. (…)

Gustavo Santa Cruz

PhD in Physics (Buenos Aires University); former researcher at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA); projetc coordinator of BNCT and protontherapy center (CNEA) and manager of the Department of Research and Development in Nuclear Applications for Human Health (…)

Eduardo Savio

PhD in Chemistry. Director in Research and Development, Biomedical and Chemical Deparments, Uruguayan Centre for Molecular Imaging (CUDIM), Montevideo, Uruguay.

Dunstana Melo

Biophysics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She has served on the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) as a member of four task technical groups and she has served as a consultant in the development of United Nations Scientific Committee on Effects of(…)