Armin Weinberg

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Dr. Weinberg is a Clinical Professor at Baylor College of Medicine (Medicine), Adjunct Professor at Rice University (Kinesiology & Human Performance) and Faculty Affiliate of the Texas A&M Center for Population Health and Aging (CPHA). He was a founder of the International Consortium for Research on the Health Effects of Radiation, in response to the Chernobyl nuclear accident and has spearheaded international partnerships in the Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Russia, and Israel. Dr. Weinberg and the late William “Jack” Schull, Professor Emeritus of Human Genetics at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, collaborated to establish a new family of collections under the umbrella of “Radiation Effects and Events.” He was a founding member of the board of C-Change: Collaborating to Conquer Cancer and inaugural recipient of The George & Barbara Bush Collaboration Award. Find out more from Armin Weinberg, PhD Papers.


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Blue Russia Ukraine Travel Album page-22a: Two men sitting in front of a group of people in an auditorium Blue Russia Ukraine Travel Album page-22b: People sitting around a table eating. Two men are taking shots. A women has a white dog on her lap. See more at Armin Weinberg, PhD Papers and its finding aid.


Armin Weinberg, Boris Yoffe, Dogs, Dinners and Dining, Auditoriums


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