Dr. Hanna Moussa is an Assistant Professor at the college of Human Sciences at Texas Tech University; previously, Dr. Moussa was a Research Assistant Professor at the Nuclear Engineering Department at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, where he earned his PhD in Nuclear Engineering with a concentration on Radiological Engineering. Prior to that, he received his Bachelor and Master degrees in Health Physics and Radiological Sciences, respectively from the Physics Department at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. From 1997 to 2004, he served as an assistant director then director of the Radiological Safety Department (RSD) at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. While RSD director, he served on the Institutional Review Board and the Radiation Safety Committee at the university. He taught several courses in Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Protection at the University of Tennessee. He published several peer-reviewed articles and conference papers on various aspects of particle physics in highly ranked health physics and radiation protection journals.
Dr. Moussa is member of several societies including the Health Physics Society, the American Nuclear Society and the Radiation research Society.
Dr. Moussa’s recent research projects include protecting astronauts from exposure to harmful levels of radiation; this research was funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).He is also researching high energy charged-particle transport, and is interested in the detection of hazardous materials.
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