Michael H. Fox, Ph.D.

Michael Fox is Emeritus Professor in the Department of
Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences at
Colorado State University.  He taught undergraduate and
graduate courses in radiation biology for over 35 years.  He
did research on the cellular and molecular effects of
radiation, publishing nearly 60 scientific papers, 6 book
chapters, and this book.  

He got his BS degree in physics from McPherson College in
1968, his MS degree in physics from Kansas State
University in 1972 and his PhD degree in physics from
Kansas State University in 1977.
About Me
Michael H. Fox
Why We Need Nuclear Power
The Environmental Case
Curriculum Vitae