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Dr. Mona Dreicer is the Deputy Director of the Center for Global Security Research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Since joining LLNL in 2003, she has focused on the Laboratory's nonproliferation programs, including international material protection and threat reduction, verification and safeguards technology, nonproliferation regimes and policy analysis, and international engagement. Prior to joining LLNL, Dreicer served as Director of the Office of Nuclear Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, where she was involved in assessing compliance with nuclear arms control treaties and worked to ensure effective verification of nonproliferation agreements and U.S.-Russia nuclear materials programs. Over the past 30 years, Dreicer has worked in nuclear-related areas of international security, dose reconstruction, consequence management, environmental risk assessment and protection, and nuclear reactor safety for the U.S. government (Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, State Department), three U.S. national laboratories, (Los Alamos National Laboratory, LLNL, and the Environmental Measurements Laboratory), the International Atomic Energy Agency's Department of Nuclear Safety, and a French nonprofit research organization (Centre d'etude sur l'Evaluation de la Protection dans le domaine Nucleaire, or CEPN). Dreicer holds a Doctorate en Energetique from l'Ecole Nationale Superiere des Mines de Paris (School of Mines of Paris), Centre d'Energetique (Center of Energy Studies), Paris, France.

Selected Publications

M. Dreicer, A. Pregenzer, Nuclear Arms Control, Nonproliferation, and Counterterrorism: impacts on Public Health, American Journal of Public Health, 2014; 104:591-595. April 2014.

M. Dreicer, G. Stein, Applicability of Nonproliferation Tools and Concepts to Future Arms Control, European Safeguards Research and Development Association (ESARDA) Bulletin No 49, June 2013.

M. Dreicer, F. Dalnoki-Veress and P. Lewis, Report on the INMM Workshop on Preparing for Nuclear Arms Reductions to address Technical Transparency and Verification Challenges, Journal of Nuclear Materials Management Vol. XI, No. 2, Winter 2012.

A. Rabl and M. Dreicer, Health and Environmental Impacts of Energy Systems. International Journal of Global Energy Issues Vol. 18, Nos.2/3/4 2002.

M. Dreicer, V. Tort and M. Thieme, The monetary valuation of the health and environmental impacts of the nuclear fuel cycle, KERNTECHNIK 62(1) February 1997.

M. Dreicer and V. Tort, Les coûts externes du cycle électonucléaire, Revue de l'Énergie, N° 467, April 1995.

M. Dreicer and V. Tort, Les coûts externes des filières énergétiques: présentation du projet conjoint Europe/Etats-Unis, Revue de l'Énergie, N° 449 May 1993.

Bouville, M. Dreicer, H.L. Beck, W.H. Hoecker and B.W. Wachholz, Models of Radioiodine Transport to Populations within the Continental United-States, Health Physics 59(5): 659-668 1990.

M. Dreicer, A. Bouville and B.W. Wachholz, Pasture Practices, Milk Distribution and Consumption in the Continental United States, Health Physics 59(5): 627-636 1990.

H.W. Feely, I.K. Helfer, Z.R. Juzdan, C.S. Klusek, R.J. Larsen, R. Leifer, C.G. Sanderson, and M. Dreicer, Fallout in the New York Metropolitan Area Following the Chernobyl Accident, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity Vol. 7 1988.

M. Dreicer and C.S. Klusek, Transport of I-131 through the Grass-Cow-Milk Pathway at a Northeast U.S. Dairy Following the Chernobyl Accident, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity Vol. 7 1988.

M. Dreicer, T.E. Hakonson, G.C. White and F.W. Whicker, Rainsplash as a Mechanism for Soil Contamination of Plant Surfaces, Health Physics Vol. 46(1) 1984.