Prof. Kimberlee J. Kearfott | Faculty

University of Michigan


Professor Kearfott has over 40 years of experience teaching and working in the radiological health field. She has won numerous awards and her research interests include: personnel dosimetry (thermoluminescent detectors, optically stimulated luminescent detectors, novel approaches); environmental radionuclide modeling and measurement (radon, RESRAD and similar codes, in situ spectroscopy, tomography); radioactive waste transportation, management, disposal, decommissioning and decontamination; physiological models (PET, SPECT, ICRP, general); internal dose assessment (ICRP/NCRP, MIRD, general); radiation detection and external dosimetry; applied radiation protection (medical health physics, nuclear power plant health physics).