Oak Ridge Associated Universities
Beyond the eye of the storm
ORAU retiree Ron Dobosy has found a hobby unlike those of most retirees as he helps Joe Cione and other hurricane hunters launch unmanned aircraft, known as flying coyotes, into previously unexplored parts of a hurricane--the wall of the hurricane's eye.
ORAU experts contribute to first-ever Total Exposure Health book
The first-ever book about the concept of Total Exposure Health includes a chapter written by three ORAU subject matter experts and their research related to the National Supplemental Screening Program (NSSP), which ORAU manages for the U.S. Department of Energy. The book, Total Exposure Health: An Introduction, was published by Routledge and CRC Press in June. Chapter 12, Identifying Exposures and Health Outcomes in Former Worker Populations, was written by Jeffrey Miller, Ph.D., Ashley Golden, Ph.D., and Zachariah Hubbell, Ph.D.
Podcast: Leading Indicator: Wastewater surveillance and COVID-19
The waste we flush down the toilet can serve as a leading indicator of the prevalence of COVID-19 in a community, whether it's a city or a university campus. In this episode of Further Together, the ORAU podcast, Michael Holtz discusses wastewater surveillance with Dr. Kunal Rambhia and Dr. Monique Mansoura of The MITRE Corporation. They are joined by Ken Tobin, vice president of ORAU's University Partnerships Office, and Cathy Fore, senior university partnerships specialist.
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