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HPS 60th Annual Meeting - Health Physics Society

Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, Indiana
Jul 12 - Jul 16, 2015

Why Attend

Event Overview:

An annual meeting is held each calendar year at a time and place selected by the Board of Directors. At least one business session is open to the membership during this meeting. It is the custom of the Society to cosponsor a midyear topical meeting, usually in conjunction with one or more chapters or sections. Other meetings may be held at the discretion of the Board of Directors.

For the first time, the Hoosier Chapter of the Health Physics Society (HPS) is happy to welcome everyone to the City of Indianapolis and State of Indiana for the 60th HPS Annual Meeting. From that first organizational meeting in June 1955 at Ohio State University to the first meeting in June 1956 at the University of Michigan, the Health Physics Society has strong Midwestern ties.

We hope everyone will make plans now to attend this special anniversary meeting.

Exhibitor Information:

The HPS Annual Meeting brings in the most recognized names in the industry, which is an excellent way for Exhibitors to:

Stand out to Scientists, Researchers, Administrators, Educators, Policy Makers

Network

Increase Product Awareness and Brand Image

Reach over 1,000 attendees from:
- Academia
- Government
- Industry Radiation Protection
- Medicine
- Research & Development
- Analytical Services
- Consulting
- Non-Profit

About HPS:

The Health Physics Society (HPS), formed in 1956, is a scientific organization of professionals who specialize in radiation safety. Its mission is to support its members in the practice of their profession and to promote excellence in the science and practice of radiation safety.

Today its nearly 5,000 members represent all scientific and technical areas related to radiation safety, including academia, government, medicine, research and development, analytical services, consulting, and industry in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The Society is chartered in the United States as an independent nonprofit scientific organization and, as such, is not affiliated with any government or industrial organization or private entity.

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