Health Physicist, Assistant Radiation Safety Officer
Krista Dillingham joined the radiation safety team as a health physicist in July 2013. Having worked as a health physics consultant for two years at a local consulting firm and a health physics specialist for three years at Argonne National Laboratory, Krista brings a lot of knowledge and new ideas from past experiences to the University’s Radiation Safety Program. Krista’s work experience and education in biology, forensic science, and law meld well with the goals of the Office of Research Safety and the Radiation Safety Program. She has been working hard to provide assistance to both the research and clinical communities on campus and to improve the University’s radiation safety program. If you have any lasers (Class 3B or 4) in your laboratory, do not be surprised when you receive an email or visit from Krista, who is as the University’s laser safety officer.