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Liz Thompson Dallas
Liz Dallas is a PhD student in International Affairs at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech. Her area of research examines the nexus between civilian and military uses of nuclear energy, specifically as expressed in international treaties and in issues such as the internationalization of the nuclear fuel cycle.
She holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in analytical chemistry, also from Georgia Tech. Her research encompassed a broad range of electroanalytical techniques, with her thesis work focusing on the development of electrochemical sensors for the detection of target analytes in liquid and gaseous media.
After she graduated in 2002, she spent five years working with a team to produce the DOE-sponsored textbook Radioanalytical Chemistry (Kahn 2007), serving as both an editor and contributor. Overlapping this project, she was the Head of the Science Department at the American Book Company from 2005-2008. During this time she wrote numerous science texts for children K-12. She continued her work in professional science writing and editing as editor of the textbook Chemical Sensors (Janata 2010).
As a natural extension of her integrated experience in science and international affairs, Ms. Dallas has recently begun working with the On-Site Inspection Division of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization.
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