About the Author I graduated from MIT with a Ph.D. in nuclear engineering and applied radiation physics. Since that time, I have worked in academic teaching hospitals as a medical physicist. I have taught radiological physics, led research programs in the use of nuclear reactors for cancer therapy, consulted for the DOE, IAEA, and NASA, and have been a visiting professor of physics at the University of Buenos Aires, Indiana University, and Wayne State University.
To occasionally get my mind off science, I have started to write children's books, the first of which is titled "The Adventures of Armadillo Baby and Annabelli," which can be purchased on Amazon.
I am married to Dr. Ruth Dlugi-Zamenhof, and we have a son, Alexander, who has just started work as a lawyer in New York City. I love opera, travel, Scottish Deerhounds, Thoroughbred horses, and Apple computers.