[ RadSafe ] Help!

Mike Quastel maay100 at bgu.ac.il
Thu Sep 1 10:04:50 CDT 2011

Just saw your notice. Perhaps I can suggest myself as a reviewer. I  
am professor emeritus of nuclear medicine at the Faculty of Health  
Sciences of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer Sheva Israel.
Some years ago, we had a major immigration to Israel of people from  
Belarus, Ukraine and Russia and carried out a large research project  
on the matter of radiocesium in these people, as well as other health  
parameters. You can find our papers in the internet, including one in  
Health Physics.

Should you be interested please let me know.

Michael Quastel MD, PhD

On Aug 6, 2011, at 2:49 AM, George Stanford wrote:

> Help! A couple of technical papers on the distribution
> and implications of Cs-137 around Fukushima have
> been submitted to a peer-reviewed journal, and names
> of a few knowledgeable people who could act as
> referees are being sought. If any candidates come to
> mind, please send me -- OFF LIST -- their names
> (and affiliations, if known). Self nominations would
> be acceptable.
> Thanks.
> -- George Stanford
> <gstanford at aya.yale.edu>
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