Ronald R. Bellamy, PhD
Executive and Continuing Professional Education
Harvard. T. H. Chan School of Public Health
Dr. Ronald R. Bellamy retired from the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in June 2013 with over 40 years’ experience in various technical and management positions of increasing responsibility. He has managed the NRC’s oversight of commercial operating nuclear power plants, decommissioning of nuclear plants as well as materials facilities, and was assigned to the Three Mile Island Unit 2 cleanup for 3 years. He has managed the NRC’s technical programs in the areas of health physics and radiation protection, effluent and environmental monitoring, emergency preparedness, and security and safeguards. He was the primary author of NRC regulatory guidance for nuclear air cleaning systems. He is the vice-chair of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Committee on Nuclear and Gas Treatment and the chair of the Executive Committee, working on industry codes and standards for nuclear air cleaning matters. He is President of the International Society for Nuclear Air Treatment Technologies (ISNATT), and chairs the biennial international nuclear air cleaning conferences. Dr. Bellamy has been involved in lecturing at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive and Continuing Professional Education since 1975.