André Rose is a public health medicine specialist and public health activist. He is currently completing a post-doctoral fellowship at the National Cancer Institute in the USA. His research is focusing on investigating the risks associated with work history practices, including radiation safety, among nuclear medicine technologists, and long-term health risks in medical radiation workers more broadly. He is interested in how occupation affects the health of people; the dynamic interaction between space, place and well-being; and radiation epidemiology and safety. He is a keen academic with a focus on research and developing the next generation of public health practitioners. He is an avid artist that uses photography as a way of advocating public health debates and constructs. He enjoys the outdoors, movies and is an avid explorer that indulges in travel.
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