Jason Davis, Ph.D.

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Dr. Davis is a health physicist at ORAU, where he supports dose reconstruction activities for the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Policy Act (EEOICPA) Program. He began his Health Physics
career at Bechtel Nevada in 2003, where he analyzed worker dosimetry records in support of The EEOICPA Program He completed a bachelor’s degree in Health Physics in May, 2005. In 2008, he transferred to the
Nevada Test Site and began working as a radiological engineer, conducting data analysis and preparing procedures and reports to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. During this time,
he maintained his graduate studies and graduated with a master’s degree in Health Physics in May 2008. Since joining ORAU in 2009, Dr. Davis has supported the EEOICPA Program, which provides compensation
for former workers who have developed cancer related to their work in the Manhattan Project. In addition, he has served as the subject matter expert for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Annual Effluent Data
report and as a quality reviewer for Defense Threat Reduction Agency/ Nuclear Test Personnel Review dose assessments. Dr. Davis has also lectured in and assisted in the development of technical health physics
courses as part of the ORAU Professional Training Program. During his tenure at ORAU, he was awarded a PhD in Applied Health Physics in May 2014, and attained certification by the American Academy of Health
Physics in November 2014.

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