Dr. Blaylock has 30 years of experience in the Environmental Science Division at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His research areas include the following: cytogenetic effects of radiation; dose calculation and the effects of radiation on aquatic biota; fate and transport of radionuclides; cycling of heavy metals; impacts of nuclear power plants on the environment; and human health risk assessment. Dr. Blaylock is widely known internationally; he is a member of the National Council on Radiation Protection and has served on many committees for the International Atomic energy Agency. He was a participant in the Biospheric Model Validation Study (BIOMOVS), sponsored by the Swedish National Institute of Radiation Protection, and in the Validation of Environmental Model Predictions (VAMP) Programme, sponsored by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency).

E-mail Dr. Blaylock at: senesor@senes.com