Nicole Elizabeth Martinez

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionClemson University
DepartmentDepartment of Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
Address342 Computer Court
Anderson, South Carolina 29625
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    1. Wieder JS, Schneider T, Martinez NE. The three R's of reasonable in radiological protection: relationships, rationale, and resources. J Radiol Prot. 2022 Mar 15; 42(2). PMID: 35176730.
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    2. Voigt G, Martinez NE, Garnier-Laplace J, Maher F, Cousins C, Hirth G, Czarwinski R, Sapoi R, Suzuki K, Qiu R, Belinco M, Di Giorgio M. Women in radiation (WiR)-a perspective for the strengthening of radiation protection. J Radiol Prot. 2022 Jan 17; 42(1). PMID: 34551402.
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    3. Manglass LM, Wintenberg M, Vogel C, Blenner M, Martinez NE. Accumulation of radio-iron and plutonium, alone and in combination, inPseudomonas putidagrown in liquid cultures. J Radiol Prot. 2021 Nov 24; 41(4). PMID: 34644681.
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    4. Martinez NE. Women in radiation: a brief discussion of the intersectionality of race and gender. J Radiol Prot. 2021 Aug 18; 41(3). PMID: 33910187.
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    5. Martinez NE. Ethics and Values Surrounding the Radiation Protection of Animals. Health Phys. 2021 07 01; 121(1):58-63. PMID: 33675310.
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    6. Martinez NE, Jokisch DW, Dauer LT, Eckerman KF, Goans RE, Brockman JD, Tolmachev SY, Avtandilashvili M, Mumma MT, Boice JD, Leggett RW. Radium dial workers: back to the future. Int J Radiat Biol. 2022; 98(4):750-768. PMID: 33900890.
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    7. Martinez NE. The 2018 Bo Lindell Laureate Lecture: Finding common ground between science, ethics, and experience. Ann ICRP. 2020 Dec; 49(1_suppl):9-31. PMID: 33047613.
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    8. Martinez NE, Van Bladel L. Radiation protection challenges in applications of ionising radiation on animals in veterinary practice. Ann ICRP. 2020 Dec; 49(1_suppl):158-168. PMID: 32700551.
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    9. Edayilam N, Ferguson B, Montgomery D, Al Mamun A, Martinez N, Powell BA, Tharayil N. Dissolution and Vertical Transport of Uranium from Stable Mineral Forms by Plants as Influenced by the Co-occurrence of Uranium with Phosphorus. Environ Sci Technol. 2020 06 02; 54(11):6602-6609. PMID: 32319755.
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    10. Root CM, DeVol TA, Sinclair RR, Martinez NE. A Mixed-methods Approach for Improving Radiation Safety Culture in Open-source University Laboratories. Health Phys. 2020 04; 118(4):427-437. PMID: 31985514.
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    11. Willey AH, DeVol TA, Martinez NE. Thermal Neutron Characterization and Dose Modeling of a 239PuBe Alpha-Neutron Source. Health Phys. 2019 12; 117(6):669-679. PMID: 31503047.
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    12. Montgomery DA, Martinez NE. Dosimetric modeling of Tc-99, Cs-137, Np-237, and U-238 in the grass species Andropogon Virginicus: Development and comparison of stylized, voxel, and hybrid phantom geometry. J Environ Radioact. 2020 Jan; 211:106075. PMID: 31627053.
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    13. Montgomery DA, Edayilam N, Tharayil N, Powell BA, Martinez NE. The Uptake and Translocation of 99Tc, 133Cs, 237Np, and 238U Into Andropogon Virginicus With Consideration of Plant Life Stage. Health Phys. 2018 11; 115(5):550-560. PMID: 29878916.
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    14. Martinez NE. Women in the Radiation Sciences and the Importance of Building Community. Health Phys. 2018 11; 115(5):547-549. PMID: 30260846.
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    15. Roessler G, McBurney R, Pryor KH, Hamrick B, Kirner NP, Martinez NE. Presidential Perspectives: Women's Views From the Top. Health Phys. 2018 11; 115(5):608-615. PMID: 30260851.
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    16. Martinez NE, Sharp JL, Johnson TE, Kuhne WW, Stafford CT, Duff MC. Reflectance-Based Vegetation Index Assessment of Four Plant Species Exposed to Lithium Chloride. Sensors (Basel). 2018 Aug 21; 18(9). PMID: 30134620.
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    17. Edayilam N, Montgomery D, Ferguson B, Maroli AS, Martinez N, Powell BA, Tharayil N. Phosphorus Stress-Induced Changes in Plant Root Exudation Could Potentially Facilitate Uranium Mobilization from Stable Mineral Forms. Environ Sci Technol. 2018 07 17; 52(14):7652-7662. PMID: 29722538.
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    18. Gillenwalters E, Martinez N. Review of Gender and Racial Diversity in Radiation Protection. Health Phys. 2017 04; 112(4):384-391. PMID: 28234698.
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    19. Martinez NE. Contributions from Women to the Radiation Sciences: A Brief History. Health Phys. 2017 04; 112(4):376-383. PMID: 28234697.
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    20. Martinez N, Wueste D. Balancing theory and practicality: engaging non-ethicists in ethical decision making related to radiological protection. J Radiol Prot. 2016 Dec; 36(4):832-841. PMID: 27725339.
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    21. Martinez NE, Johnson TE, Pinder JE. Application of computational models to estimate organ radiation dose in rainbow trout from uptake of molybdenum-99 with comparison to iodine-131. J Environ Radioact. 2016 Jan; 151 Pt 2:468-79. PMID: 26048012.
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    22. Martinez NE, Johnson TE, Capello K, Pinder JE. Development and comparison of computational models for estimation of absorbed organ radiation dose in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from uptake of iodine-131. J Environ Radioact. 2014 Dec; 138:50-9. PMID: 25151639.
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    23. Martinez NE, Kraft SL, Johnson TE. A proposed simple model for estimating occupational radiation dose to staff from veterinary 18F-FDG pet procedures. Health Phys. 2014 May; 106(5):583-91. PMID: 24670907.
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    24. Martinez NE, Johnson TE, Pinder JE. Influence of lake trophic structure on iodine-131 accumulation and subsequent cumulative radiation dose to trout thyroids. J Environ Radioact. 2014 May; 131:62-71. PMID: 24210373.
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    25. Martinez NE, Kraft SL, Gibbons DS, Arceneaux BK, Stewart JA, Mama KR, Johnson TE. Occupational per-patient radiation dose from a conservative protocol for veterinary (18) F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography. Vet Radiol Ultrasound. 2012 Sep-Oct; 53(5):591-7. PMID: 22703227.
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