Radiation Protection Committee (RPC)
Georgia State University is licensed to possess certain radioactive materials by the State of Georgia. The Radiation Protection Committee is charged with the task of advising the President of the University on matters related to the use of these materials on GSU’s campus. The committee reviews all applications for radioactivity-producing machines and substances and has the authority to enforce all safety guidelines set forth by the Radiation Safety Program.
Documents for submitting protocols can be found on the Obtaining Authorization to Order, Possess, and Use Radioactive Materials page.
|Physics & Astronomy|
|W. Crawford Elliott||Geosciences|
|Chip Hill||Office of the Provost/V.P. Academic Affairs|
|Mary Karom||Neuroscience Laboratory Supervisor|
|John Lovelace, Community Member||Hazardous Materials & Waste, Grady Hospital|
|Murad Sarsour||Physics & Astronomy|
|Quintena Tinson||Research Safety Officer, Research & Environmental Safety|