Armin Weinberg

Author Biographical Info

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 currently serves as a board member of the Intercultural Cancer Council, Community of Practice (CoP) for Vulnerable Populations for National Center for Medical Education Development & Research,The Schull Institute Advisory Board, National Hispanic Life Sciences Society and Texas Life Science Foundation.



Publication Date(s)

January 1995




Radiation, Chernobyl Nuclear Accident, Chornobyl (Ukraine, 1986), newspaper clippings, Bill Clinton (1946-)


News coverage that could inform our work in Chernobyl and USA... eg, "CLINTON WEIGHS NEXT STEP ON RADIATION TESTSRTw 1/1/94 9:42 AM HILTON HEAD, SC, Jan 1 (Reuter) - President Clinton said Saturday he supports Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary's release of documents disclosing secret Cold War radiation tests on people and said the next step is to decide what to do with the information. " See more at Armin Weinberg, PhD Papers and its finding aid.


Dr. Weinberg copied several file groups to a flash dirve. These files were transfered for preservation using Data Accessioner. 11/1/2016. This was a test submission. Dr. Weinberg wanted to view files and determine relevance to collection.


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