Ann Barry Flood, PhD
Active Emeritus Professor of Radiology, of Community & Family Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute
Associate Director, EPR Center for the Study of Viable Systems
Director, Pilot Project Core, Dart-Dose CMCR
- PhD, Stanford University, 1977
- MA, Stanford University, 1968
- BA, University of Kansas, 1965
Curriculum VitaeAnn Barry Flood, CV
Radiation Research Society
Areas of Expertise
Health Policy, Healthcare Decision-Making, Research Ethics and Professional Skills, Health Care Organizations and Delivery Systems; Social Issues in Health Care; Medical Sociology
1988, Hospital Structure & Performance, by A. B. Flood & W. R. Scott & Assoc., selected as an Outstanding Academic Book of 1987 by Choice, the book review journal for Acquisition Librarians;
1992 Listed in Who’s Who of American Women;
1994 Winner, Henry Christian Award in Health Services/Epidemiology a Nat’l Conference of the Amer Fed Clin Res, Baltimore, MD,
1997 Winner, Eliot Freidson Award for Best Paper in "Med Soc, Amer Sociol Assoc." (for Flood & Fennell, Through The Lenses of Org Sociol);
1996-2002 Ed. Bd., "Medical Care Research and Review";
2000-2004, Assoc. Ed., "J of Health & Social Behavior";
2002-present, Co-editor-in-chief, "Health Services Research".
JNCImonographs/Oxford University Press, 2012;44: 80-85 Development and Validation of an Ex Vivo Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Fingernail Biodosimetric Method
Radiation Protection Dosimetry, May 6, 2014;doi: 10.1093/rpd/ncu129: [Epub ahead of print] A Deployable In Vivo EPR Tooth Dosimeter for Triage After a Radiation Event Involving Large Populations.
Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, Sept. 1, 2011;46(9): 772-777 Overview of the principles and practice of biodosimetry.
Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, February 2014;DOI 10.1007/s00411-0522-0: [Epub ahead of print] Advances in a Framework to Compare Bio-Dosimetry Methods for Triage in Large-Scale Radiation Events
Radiation Protection Dosimetry, April 11, 2014;doi:10.1093/rpd/ncu120: