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Rose O. Hayes, Ph.D.
Books: Atomic Wilderness & Politics Trumps Nuclear Science
Dr. Rose O. Hayes is a medical anthropologist who spent her career in public health. During the 1970s phase of international technology transfer to modernize the so-called Third World she worked in the Nile Valley, based in Khartoum, Sudan. Driven out by the Al Qaida murders of the American and Belgium ambassadors, she returned to the U.S., joined the faculty of her alma mater, State University of New York (SUNY), and eventually accepted a position with the federal government where she spent the next 20 years managing occupational health and safety programs. She holds a B.S., M.S. M.A., and Ph.D. from SUNY and completed post-doctoral work in skeletal biology at The George Washington University. Dr. Hayes served on the U.S, Department of Energy Site Specific Advisory Board for the Savannah River nuclear plant,, chairing its Nuclear Materials Committee from 2009-2015. She has served on many other national boards and authored publications in nuclear waste management.
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