PULLMAN, Wash. — Two Washington State University researchers are available to help reporters developing stories on the health effects of radiation exposure:
Brooks has studied both the movement of radioactive material in the environment and its health effects on people. He was the chief scientist for the U.S. Department of Energy Low-Dose Research Program, a global look at how radiation interacts with molecules, cells and people.
Tony Brooks, emeritus research professor in radiation biology, WSU Tri-Cities; 509-783-7970; c: 509-727-4451
James can discuss inhalation hazards, exposure levels and different types of radiation. He is the former director of the United States Transuranium & Uranium Registries (USTUR).
Anthony James, radiation biologist, health physicist, research professor, WSU College of Pharmacy; 509-375-7718; c: 509-531-7982; Anthony.firstname.lastname@example.org.