Journal management team (2022~2023)
- Chul Hee Min, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea
- Takeshi Iimoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
- Riaz Akber, Safe Radiation, Australia
Manager of the Review Process:
Geehyun Kim, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Seongmoon Jung, Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea
Ethics Editor: Hiroki Fujita, JAEA, Japan
- Anthony (Tony) Hooker, Australasian Radiation Protection Society, Australia
- Ji-Hye Kim, Infolumi, Korea
Layout Editors: So Yeon Park / Hyeon Jung Park, Academya, Korea
Website and JATS XML File Producers: Minyoung Choi, M2PI, Korea
The Journal Manager, Prof. Chul Hee Min, has worked for the Journal of Radiation Protection and Research (JRPR) for 10 years, serving as an editor, managing editor, and executive editor. He is also serving in the Institute for Radiation Convergence Research as a director since 2020. Prof. Min graduated from Hanyang University with a PhD degree in nuclear engineering with emphasis on radiation detection and dosimetry. He has published 62 peer-reviewed journal papers, 123 abstracts/proceedings, and 18 national and international patents, which provides him adequate level of knowledge and skills for editing scientific manuscripts.
The Journal Manager, Prof. Takeshi Iimoto of the University of Tokyo, Editor-in-Chief of JRPR, selected by Japan Health Physics Society, is the vice president of the society. He is Radiation Safety Promotion Manager of the University of Tokyo and leads Environmental Safety Management Study at the graduate school. His main area in radiation protection field is radiation measurement and dosimetry, focusing on radon/thoron and NORM. He is an expert member in several national committees or meetings of Japanese government for radiation protection and safety.
Nominated by the Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS), Dr. Riaz Akber is the Director of Safe Radiation Pty Ltd, Australia, which was established in 2006 as consultancy in radiation protection. Riaz akber has two masters degrees in Physics, and Nuclear Engineering, and then a PhD in Radiation Physics. Previously, he was a Principal Research Scientist with the Australian Commonwealth and worked as Head, Environmental Radioactivity Section & Manager Control of Impact of Mining at the Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist. He held an Adjunct Associate Professor position at Queensland University of Technology. Riaz Akber is a Fellow of the Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS) and former President and Vice President of South Pacific Environmental Radioactivity Association (SPERA). Since 1976, Riaz Akber has extensively published and written in the field ionising radiation detection and radiation protection.
The Manager of the Review Process, Prof. Geehyun Kim, has worked for JRPR as an Editorial Board member since 2018 and as Managing Editor since 2019. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a PhD in nuclear engineering and radiological sciences with emphasis on radiation detection and measurement. He has served as an organizing committee for several international conferences in radiation measurement and protection. And he has also served as a guest editor for Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research and a review editor for Frontiers.
The Manager of the Review Process, Dr. Seongmoon Jung, has worked for JRPR as an Editorial Board member and Managing Editor since 2023. He graduated from Seoul National University with a PhD in biomedical radiation sciences with emphasis on application of nanoparticles to radiation therapy and imaging.
The Ethics Editor, Dr. Hiroki FUJITA of Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), selected by Japan Health Physics Society, is the vice-chair of International correspondence committee of the society. He was a member of the editorial board of Japanese Journal of Health Physics. He is the General Manager of Radiation Control Section of Okuma Analysis and Research Center of JAEA since May, 2022. He had worked honestly in the environmental monitoring around the Reprocessing Plant and the effluent monitoring of the facilities of JAEA, including bioassay of the radiation workers over 15 years. He had worked as the Assistant Scientific Secretary of International Commission on Radiological Commission for 4 years until April, 2022. His main areas in radiation protection field are environmental radiation (radioactivity) monitoring and occupational exposure monitoring.
The Manuscript Editor, Prof. Anthony (Tony) Hooker, is the team leader of the Radiation Health Group in the Radiation Protection Branch of South Australian EPA. He is also an adjunct associate professor at the University of Adelaide. Tony is a fellow and a past President of the Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS) and a member of the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM). He is currently an Executive Member on the Asian and Oceanic Association for Radiation Protection (AOARP), and a member of the AOARP International Academic Advisors. Tony has a strong interest in radiation research, and has published in peer reviewed scientific journals, invited to write guest editorials and has been an invited speaker at a number of International and National meetings.
The Manuscript Editor, Ms. Ji-Hye Kim, graduated from Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea in 1998. She has worked at Infolumi Co. for scientific journals since 2011. Infolumi is a pre-eminent manuscript editing company in Korea and has been in operation since 2009. Currently, Infolumi provides services for more than 70 scholarly journals. Ms. Kim has also worked for scientific journals including the Radiation Oncology Journal.
The Layout Editors, Ms. So Yeon Park has worked for PMC journals including Clinical and Experimental Otorhinolaryngology. Ms. Hyeon Jung Park has worked for PMC journals including Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions.
The Website and JATS XML File Producers, Ms. Ho-Jeong Bae and Ms. Minyoung Choi, M2PI, Korea, have worked for 26 PMC journals in September 2017, including Archives of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Audiology and Otology and Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society.