Lynn R. AnspaughLynn R. Anspaugh, (born  1937), graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE, 1959, B.A. (Physics); University of California at Berkeley, 1961 M.Biorad. (Health Physics); University of California at Berkeley, 1963 Ph.D. (Biophysics).

Professional Experience: 1997–Present: Research Professor, Radiobiology Division, University of Utah; 1963–1996:Biophysicist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 1995–1996: Director, Dose Reconstruction Program; 1993–1995:Director, Risk Sciences Center; 1982–1992: Division Leader, Environmental Sciences Division; 1976–1982: Section Leader for Analysis and Assessment; 1974–1975: Group Leader for Applied Environmental Sciences; 1963–1974: Scientist, Biomedical and Environmental Sciences Division.

Honors: Fellow, Health Physics Society, 1989; Elected Member, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP), 1989, 1995; Member, U.S. Delegation to the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiations, 1987–Present. The main research spheres are radiation dose reconstruction and environmental health physics. Lynn R. Anspaugh is the Author or co-author of more than 250 publications.