The Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) is comprised of campus safety personnel and researchers from nuclear engineering, nutrition, veterinary medicine, animal science, microbiology, medical physics, and medical research departments.
The RSC recommends policy and procedures to the university for the safe and legal use of radioactive materials in the areas of teaching, research, and other university work. On behalf of the university, the RSC also applies for appropriate state licenses to permit research and teaching using radioactive materials. The RSC is also responsible for the review and approval of applications and amendments for use of radioactive materials and sources by university personnel in university facilities in the Knoxville area. Other responsibilities include overseeing the safe possession, use, and disposal of radioactive materials and the safe conduct of research, diagnostic and teaching activities using radioactive materials. The committee also assures the certification of training for all personnel using radioactive materials.
|Federica Morandi||Chair||Head of Radiology||Small Animal Clinical Sciences|
|Guoxun Chen||Member||Associate Professor||Nutrition|
|Stephen Handley||Member||Radiation Safety Officer||Radiology Department, UT Medical Center|
|Eric Lukosi||Member||Associate Professor||Nuclear Engineering|
|Brett Miller||Member||Medical Physicist||Radiation Oncology, UT Medical Center|
|Scott Moser||Member||Supervisor, Lab Safety Services||Environmental Health & Safety|
|Dustin Osborne||Member||Associate Professor||Graduate School of Medicine|
|Rebecca Payton||Member||Research Associate II||Animal Sciences|
|Kurt Sickafus||Member||Materials Science Engineering|
|Marsha Smith||Member||Program Leader & Radiation Safety Officer||Environmental Health & Safety|
|Jon Wall||Member||Distinguished Professor||Graduate School of Medicine|
|Troy Lane||Associate Vice Chancellor for Public Safety & Chief of Police||Public Safety & Police|
|Sarah Pruett||Associate Vice Chancellor for Research||Research, Innovation & Economic Development|
|Joey Smith||Medical Physicist||UT Medical Center/Alternate (Non-voting)|