Bowser-Morner's Jenkins honored by Health Physics Society

Bowser-Morner's Jenkins honored by Health Physics Society

08.10.20 | Richard L. Allen, PE

Bowser-Morner is pleased to announce our own Dr. Phillip Jenkins' selection as a Fellow of the Health Physics Society.   This award honors senior members of the society who have made significant administrative, educational, and/or scientific contributions to the profession of health physics.  

Phil earned a BS in Chemical Engineering followed by an MS and PhD in BioNucleonics, all from Purdue University.   He has maintained a comprehensive certification as a Certified Health Physicist from the American Board of Health Physics since 1980.   During in his career, Phil served as a radiological hygienist for the Tennessee Valley Authority, and as a project manager involved with radionuclides and cleanup of the US Department of Energy's Mound Plant in Miamisburg, Ohio.  

Phil Jenkins began Bowser-Morner's Radon Reference Laboratory in 1991 and continues to provide technical oversight.   The lab provides quality assurance testing for a wide variety of radon measurement devices for client types that include instrument manufacturers, testing laboratories, radon testing companies, state and local health agencies, and researchers.   In addition to Phil's in-house efforts, he continues to support the health physics industry by serving on technical committees developing national and international radon standards.   Phil is also a recent Past President of the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARSTS).  

Bowser-Morner is grateful to have someone of Phil's caliber on our team and we heartily congratulate him on this recognition by his industry peers.

About the Health Physics Society (http://hps.org/)

The Health Physics Society (HPS) is an organization of scientific professionals formed in 1956 to specialize in radiation safety.   Its mission is to support its members in the practice of their profession and to promote excellence in the science and practice of radiation safety.   Today its members represent all scientific and technical areas related to radiation safety, including academia, government, medicine, research and development, analytical services, consulting and industry in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.  The Society is chartered in the United States as an independent nonprofit scientific organization and, as such, is not affiliated with any government or industrial organization or private entity.

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