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American Board of Radiology Study Guides
The American Board of Radiology (ABR) released updated study guides for Physics and Radiation & Cancer Biology qualifying examinations. We've compiled their recommended references and added hyperlinks, as available, for ease of access.
  Sample High School Syllabus
A special thank you to Manuela Buonanno, PhD, for creating and providing these materials
  - Radiation Knowledge Survey
  - NASA- Space Faring - The Radiation Challenge
  - Therapeutic Radiation Powerpoint
  - Radiation Facts or Fiction
  - Radiation Uses in Everyday Life
  - Write the Abstract
  - Case Study Powerpoint
  - Case Study Activity
  - Microgravity activity
  - Twin Study Powerpoint
  - Twin Study Activity

ARROCase is a peer-reviewed publicly accessible educational database including case vignettes and contouring examples for residents in radiation oncology. ARROCase aims to highlight key aspects of radiotherapy for different disease sites through sample cases.

American Board of Radiology
Provides board certification and information on maintaining their certification in Diagnostic Radiology, Interventional Radiology, Medical Physics and Radiation Oncology.
  NASA Educational Resources
Publications and websites for various age levels on space and aeronautics.
Cell Mentor
A professional guide from CellPress providing insights, advice and techniques for advancing your scientific career.
  NASA Wavelength
Teaching materials and resources on space and aeronautics for various age levels.

NIH All About Grants Podcast
The Office of Extramural Research (OER) talks to NIH staff members about the ins and outs of NIH funding. Designed for investigators, fellows, students, research administrators, and others just curious about the application and award process, we provide insights on grant topics from those who live and breathe the information.
  The Health Risks of Extraterrestrial Environments (THREE)
An encyclopedic site whose goal is to present a discussion of the space radiation environment and its health risks to humans. The intent is to make this a good starting point for researchers new to either space, radiation, or both; a source of useful information for established investigators; and a teaching tool for students.

Columbia University K=1 Project
With the aim of promoting informed, scientifically-guided public discussion on the topic of nuclear technologies, the K=1 Project offers unique and innovative programs and resources that provide future leaders, policy experts, and scientists with the tools to address the challenging nuclear issues faced by the world today.
  STEM Resource Library for K12 Educators
Here you can find a collection of free lesson plans, slide decks, and videos, focused on bringing STEM to life in the classroom. Use these materials to help your students develop the skills they'll need to thrive in the modern workplace! Each resource can be used as a stand-alone learning segment, or as a supplement to your existing curricula.
    Columbia University K=1 Project Education Materials
The K=1 Project aims to promote informed, scientifically-guided public discussion on the topic of nuclear technologies. They have provided materials for you use in teaching K-12 students.

  Postdoc Academy
The mission of the Postdoc Academy is to create a comprehensive and flexible professional development program targeting the needs of postdocs. The goal is to help postdocs develop the transferable skills that will enable their success in a diverse set of careers.
  NIH Radiation Epidemiology and Dosimetry Course
2019 slides and videos from the 2019 NCI Radiation Epidemiology and Dosimetry course are online, and freely accessible. There is a lot of material on radiation epidemiology, dosimetry, and radiobiology, suitable for persons at all levels (but particularly useful for people starting in the field).

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