Harold M. Swartz

Professor of Radiology, The Dartmouth Institute, and of Community and Family Medicine

The development and application of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) to viable systems, including human subjects and animal models, especially 1. oximetry for cancer and peripheral vascular disease. 2. techniques for after-the-fact dosimetry to meet the need for rapid and accurate triage in a population that has potentially been exposed to doses that could cause the acute radiation syndrome (ARS).


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  • Georgetown University School of Medicine, PhD 1969
  • U. Illinois College of Medicine, MD 1959
  • U. North Carolina - Chapel Hill, MSPH 1962