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Space Radiation Effects: Comparison of Ovarian Toxicity of Low Dose Gamma Radiation vs High LET Charged Particle Radiation

November 10, 2020 WOEMA Season 1 Episode 13
WOEMA Podcast Series
Space Radiation Effects: Comparison of Ovarian Toxicity of Low Dose Gamma Radiation vs High LET Charged Particle Radiation
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Space Radiation Effects: Comparison of Ovarian Toxicity of Low Dose Gamma Radiation vs High LET Charged Particle Radiation
Nov 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 13
WOEMA

In this episode, Dr. Oluseyi Awodele, discusses his winning virtual poster presentation, Space Radiation Effects: Comparison of Ovarian Toxicity of Low Dose Gamma Radiation vs High LET Charged Particle Radiation. Click here to view the poster presentation.

Dr. Awodele is currently in his second year of the UCI Occupational and Environmental Residency program. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut and attended medical school at the Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC. He completed his internship at the Naval Medical Center San Diego in 2014. Dr. Awodele proudly served as a U.S. Naval Flight Surgeon during his active duty military service. Prior to starting residency at UC Irvine, he worked as a Medical Director at a large Occupational Medicine practice in Southern California. He plans to pursue a clinical career after graduation and is interested in developing new strategies to improve worker’s safety, health, and wellbeing. Dr. Awodele’s master thesis advisor is Ulrike Luderer, MD, Ph.D., MPH.

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Show Notes

In this episode, Dr. Oluseyi Awodele, discusses his winning virtual poster presentation, Space Radiation Effects: Comparison of Ovarian Toxicity of Low Dose Gamma Radiation vs High LET Charged Particle Radiation. Click here to view the poster presentation.

Dr. Awodele is currently in his second year of the UCI Occupational and Environmental Residency program. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut and attended medical school at the Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC. He completed his internship at the Naval Medical Center San Diego in 2014. Dr. Awodele proudly served as a U.S. Naval Flight Surgeon during his active duty military service. Prior to starting residency at UC Irvine, he worked as a Medical Director at a large Occupational Medicine practice in Southern California. He plans to pursue a clinical career after graduation and is interested in developing new strategies to improve worker’s safety, health, and wellbeing. Dr. Awodele’s master thesis advisor is Ulrike Luderer, MD, Ph.D., MPH.

Support the show (https://www.woema.org/membership)