Rad Journal is proud
to announce the winner of the 2011 Gunderson Award is Marshall R. Cleland,
Ph.D. He is being honored for his lifetime contribution to Radiation
Safety and Technology.
Cleland lives in Hauppauge, N.Y.
After he earned his Ph.D. in nuclear physics from Washington University
in St. Louis, Mo., Cleland began his career as a physicist with the
National Bureau of Standards. He then worked for many years, first as
vice president and then as chairman, for Radiation Dynamics, Inc., before
assuming his current position.
A graduate of the University of South Dakota with a B.A. in physics,
Cleland is also a member of the American Nuclear Society, the American
Physical Society, the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and
Standards, and the New York Academy of Sciences.
Cleland is a technical advisor for IBA-RDI in Edgewood N.Y.
Cleland was also honored the Hedgecock award for his sustained and
exceptional contributions to the development and use of nuclear-related
Steve Fowler Presented the Gunderson Award to Mr. Cleland on October