In mid-March, Radonova had the pleasure of welcoming Dr. Aaron Goodarzi to the Swedish Radon Day and our facilities in Uppsala, Sweden. Dr. Goodarzi is an Associate Professor at the University of Calgary in Canada and Lead of Science Communication and Outreach at the Annie Charbonneau Cancer Institute. He has led several of the world’s largest and most comprehensive studies in the field of radon.
During his visit, Radonova staff members were fortunate to be able to conduct an interview with Dr. Goodarzi that explored his world-leading science research. In the video below, Dr. Goodarzi discusses his experiences and lessons learned about radon – with a strong emphasis on why we should continue to measure radon both in homes and at workplaces.
The interview touches on topics such as:
- How the pandemic has increased the risk of radon exposure among people who work from home
- How radon measurements have improved and developed over the years
- Follow-up measurements during working hours as a new measurement method
- Ongoing radon and science research and future studies at the University of Calgary
Watch the interview with Aaron Goodarzi here»