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Naomi H. Harley

Naomi H. Harley

Research Professor, Department of Medicine

dosimetry of internally deposited radionuclides, measurement of radiation and radioactivity, radiation carcinogenesis, risk modeling of radiation carcinogenesis

Dr. N. Harley's major research interests are in the measurement of inhaled or ingested radionuclides, measurement of environmental radioactivity, the modeling of their fate within the human body, the calculation of the detailed radiation dose to the cells specific to carcinogenesis and cancer risk modeling from inhaled or ingested radionuclides .





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Harley, Naomi H; Leslie, Lori A

Health physics. 2023 Mar 07;

Harley, Naomi H; Robbins, Edith S

Health physics. 2022 May 01; 122(5):575-578

Harley, Naomi H

Environmental toxicants : human exposures and their health effects. Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2020. 4th ed. p.877-909. (4584182)

Chen, Jing; Harley, Naomi H

Health physics. 2018 10; 115(4):500-506

Chen, Jing; Harley, Naomi H

Health physics. 2018 10; 115(4):490-499

Harley, Naomi H.

Hoken butsuri = [Health physics]. 2018 Jan 01; 53(<prism:issueIdentifier>1):3-4