Publications, Presentations, and Workshops
  • Presentations
    • Status of Cytokines for Management of the Hematopoietic Sub-Syndrome of ARS in Accidentally Irradiated Humans

      “Status of Cytokines for Management of the Hematopoietic Sub-Syndrome of ARS in Accidentally Irradiated Humans”, Radiation Research Society 60th Annual International Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, 21-24 September 2014.

    • Overview of the Use of G-CSF in the Treatment of Acute Radiation Injury

      “Overview of the Use of G-CSF in the Treatment of Acute Radiation Injury”, ConRad–Global Conference on Radiation Topics—Preparedness, Response, Protection and Research. 20th Nuclear Medical Defence Conference, Bundeswehr Medical Academy, Munich GE, 14-16 May 2013.

    • Medical Implications of Enhanced Radiation Weapons

      “Medical Implications of Enhanced Radiation Weapons”, 19th Nuclear Medical Defence Conference, Bundeswehr Medical Academy, Munich GE, 17-19 May 2011.

    • Status of Cytokines for Management of the Hematopoietic Sub-Syndrome of ARS in Accidentally Irradiated Humans

      Radiation Research Society 60th Annual International Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, 21-24 September 2014.

    • Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation/Medical Effects of Nuclear Weapons

      Lecturer, Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation/Medical Effects of Nuclear Weapons.  Course given by AFRRI on subjects related to acute and chronic radiation exposure to medical and other civilian and military personnel, several USA and overseas locations on multiple occasions from 1992-present.  Includes international presentations given at Kurchatov, Kazakhstan in November 1997 and Be’er Ya’akov, Israel, 30-31 October 2005.

    • Ecology, Radiation, Health

      Presented two formal presentations and chaired two small group discussions for the 5th International Conference on “Ecology, Radiation, Health” and for the Master Class Program of the Semipalatinsk Medical Academy, Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan September 2007.

    • Medical Management of Radiological Casualties

      “Medical Management of Radiological Casualties” and “Hospital Response to Radiological Incidents”, given at Hospital Management of CBRNE Incidents course, NYC Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene sponsorship, Bioterrorism Preparedness Program, New York, NY, 20-22 June 2007. 

    • Health Sciences Online Preparedness Education Program

      Subject Matter Expertise provided to Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Online Preparedness Education Program to develop scenario for response to a radiological dispersal device, 1 April 2006. https://opep.usuhs.edu/

    • Lessons Learned from the Medical Management of Chernobyl Patients

      Presentation, “Lessons Learned from the Medical Management of Chernobyl Patients”, to meeting of Metropolitan Washington College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Library of Congress, Washington DC, 16 March 2005.

    • Navy Wide Academic Research Competition

      Judge, Navy Wide Academic Research Competition, US National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, 16 May 1997.

    • U.S. Agency for International Development

      Reviewer for U.S. Agency for International Development of proposals submitted for funding by Israeli and Central Asian scientists, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 18 March 1997.

    • Ongoing and Planned AFRRI Involvement in Chernobyl Research

      “Ongoing and Planned AFRRI Involvement in Chernobyl Research”, presentation at International Consortium for Research in Health Effects of Radiation, Georgetown University, Washington DC, 17-18 March 1997.

    • Review of Extensive Workups of 34 Patients Overexposed to Radiofrequency Radiation

      Update, “Review of Extensive Workups of 34 Patients Overexposed to Radiofrequency Radiation”, Aerospace Medical Association, Atlanta, GA, May 1996.

    • AFRRI-Newly Independent States (NIS) Initiatives

      “AFRRI-Newly Independent States (NIS) Initiatives”, Third Annual Radiation Risk/Safety Technology Transfer Conference, Defense Nuclear Agency, Alexandria, VA, December 1-3, 1992.

    • Health Effects from the Chelyabinsk Nuclear Accidents

      “Health Effects from the Chelyabinsk Nuclear Accidents”, Federal Agency Review Meeting on Chelyabinsk, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, Bethesda, MD, July 20, 1992.

    • The Health Effects of Chronic Whole-Body Radiation Exposure

      “The Health Effects of Chronic Whole-Body Radiation Exposure”, 1st International Workshop, The Chelyabinsk Nuclear Accidents and Their Consequences, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, June 14-17, 1992.

    • Life-Span Studies on the Carcinogenic Effects of Heavy Charged Particles In Rodents

      “Life-Span Studies on the Carcinogenic Effects of Heavy Charged Particles In Rodents”, National Aeronautics and Space Administration contractors meeting, Houston, TX, April 15, 1992.

    • Review of Extensive Workups of 34 Patients Overexposed to Radiofrequency Radiation

      “Review of Extensive Workups of 34 Patients Overexposed to Radiofrequency Radiation”, Aerospace Medical Association, Nashville, TN, April 1986.

  • Publications
    • Capabilities of Nuclear Weapons Effects Manual One (EM-1)

      Reeves GI. Chapter 14, Effects on Personnel. In: Capabilities of Nuclear Weapons Effects Manual One (EM-1). Washington, DC: Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Feb 2015.

    • Overview of Use of G-CSF and GM-CSF in the Treatment of Acute Radiation Injury

      Reeves GI. “Overview of Use of G-CSF and GM-CSF in the Treatment of Acute Radiation Injury”. Health Physics 106(6):699-703; 2014.

    • Workshop Report on Atomic Bomb Dosimetry

      Kerr GD, Egbert SD, Al-Nabulsi I, Beck HL, Cullings HM, Endo S, Hoshi M, Imanaka T, Kaul DC, Maruyama S, Reeves GI, Ruehm W, Sakaguchi S, Simon SL, Spriggs GD, Stram DO, Tonda T, Weiss JF, Weitz RL, Young RW. “Workshop Report on Atomic Bomb Dosimetry—Residual Radiation Exposure: Recent Research and Suggestions for Future Studies”. Health Physics 105(2):140-149, Aug 2013.

    • Biophysics and Medical Effects of Enhanced Radiation Weapons

      Reeves G. “Biophysics and Medical Effects of Enhanced Radiation Weapons”. Health Physics 103(2):150-158, Aug 2012.

    • Nuclear and Radiologic Disasters

      Dallas C, Maliha W, Reeves GI, White JC, Lyznicki J, Bell, W. “Nuclear and Radiologic Disasters”. Chapter in Basic Disaster Life Support™ Course Manual 3.0, Swienton RE, Subbarao I, Markenson DS, eds.  American Medical Association, Chicago, 2012.

    • Radiological Health Protection Issues Associated with Use of Active Detection Technology Systems for Detection of Radioactive Threat Materials

      National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (consultant). “Radiological Health Protection Issues Associated with Use of Active Detection Technology Systems for Detection of Radioactive Threat Materials”. NCRP Commentary No. 22. Bethesda, MD; 2011.

    • Radiation Protection in the Application of Active Detection Technologies

      National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (consultant). “Radiation Protection in the Application of Active Detection Technologies”. NCRP Commentary No. 21. Bethesda, MD; 2011.

    • Medical Implications of Enhanced Radiation Weapons

      Reeves, G.  “Medical Implications of Enhanced Radiation Weapons”. Military Medicine 175(12):964-970, Dec 2010.

    • New Human Data versus Estimates of Effects of Inhaling Fission Product Mixtures

      Brodsky A, Reeves G. “New Human Data versus Estimates of Effects of Inhaling Fission Product Mixtures”. Health Physics 96(1):1-4, Jan 2009.

    • Radiation Injury

       Mercier J, Reeves G. “Radiation Injury”.  Section of Chapter 25: Chemical, Biological, and Radiation (CBR) Injuries.  Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook, 2nd edition, U.S. Government Printing Office, Nov 2008.

    • Medical treatment of radiation injuries—current U.S. status

      Jarrett DG, Sedlak RG, Dickerson WE, Reeves GI. “Medical treatment of radiation injuries—current U.S. status”. Radiation Measurements 42(6-7):1063-1074, 2007.

    • Radiological Dispersal Devices

      Reeves, GI, Rivet, C. “Radiological Dispersal Devices”.  NBC Report (United States Army Nuclear and Chemical Agency), Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 13-17.

    • Review of Extensive Workups of 34 Patients Overexposed to Radiofrequency Radiation

      Reeves, GI.  “Review of Extensive Workups of 34 Patients Overexposed to Radiofrequency Radiation”.  Journal of Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine.  Vol 71 no. 3, Mar 00, pp. 206-215.

    • Radiation Injuries

      Reeves, GI.  “Radiation Injuries”, chapter in Critical Care Clinics, Vol 15 no. 2, Apr 99, pp. 457-473.

    • Use of the Premature Chromosome Condensation Assay for Biodosimetry Applications

      Prasanna PGS, Kolanko CJ, Rippeon TL, Loats H, Reeves GI, Blakely WF.  “Use of the Premature Chromosome Condensation Assay for Biodosimetry Applications”.  In L’Homme Blesse, ed.Court LA, Lallemand J. Grenoble, France 1995. pp. 157-169.

    • Description of the Chronic Radiation Syndrome in Humans Irradiated in the Former Soviet Union

      Reeves GI, Ainsworth EJ.  “Description of the Chronic Radiation Syndrome in Humans Irradiated in the Former Soviet Union”.  Letter to the Editor, Radiation Research 142: 242-244, May 1995.

    • Safety Considerations During the Production of Radiation Therapy Shielding Blocks From Low Melting Temperature Bismuth Alloys

      Glasgow GW, Reeves GI.  “Safety Considerations During the Production of Radiation Therapy Shielding Blocks From Low Melting Temperature Bismuth Alloys”, Proceedings of the Health Physics Society, Mid-Year Symposium of Medical Physics, Hyannis, MA, December 8-12, 1980.

    • Prognostic Significance of Lesion Size for Glioblastoma Multiforme

      Reeves GI, Marks JE.  “Prognostic Significance of Lesion Size for Glioblastoma Multiforme”.  Radiology 132: 469-471, August 1979.

  • Workshops
    • Biological Dosimetry and Biomarkers

      Co-Chairman for “Biological Dosimetry and Biomarkers” session of the 4th International Conference on Chronic Radiation Exposure: Low-Dose Effects, Chelyabinsk, Russia, 9-11 Nov 2010.

    • Radiological Dispersal Device

      Subject Matter Expert briefer on Radiological Dispersal Device scenario for US-Singapore CBRE Defense WG Table Top Exercise, Singapore, 11-13 Nov 2008. 

    • Radiological Hazard Assessment, Medical Response, and Emergency Planning Software Tools

      Co-Chairman for special session panel, “Radiological Hazard Assessment, Medical Response, and Emergency Planning Software Tools”, Health Physics Society 53rd Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, 13-17 Jul 2008.

    • Biological Dosimetry and Biomarkers

      Co-Chairman for “Biological Dosimetry and Biomarkers” session of the 4th International Conference on Chronic Radiation Exposure: Low-Dose Effects, Chelyabinsk, Russia, 9-11 Nov 2010.

    • Joint United States-Russian Federation Workshop

      Co-Chairman from U.S. for Joint United States-Russian Federation Workshop on Responses to Radiation Accidents, a binational workshop held in McLean, VA, 12-14 November 1996.

    • Workshop on Triage of Irradiated Personnel

      Principal Investigator, Workshop on Triage of Irradiated Personnel, an international symposium held at the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, Bethesda, MD, 25-27 September 1996.

    • Exercise DIAL FLINTY

      Medical Working Group Chairman and Planner/Controller for Exercise DIAL FLINTY, a major joint civilian and military U.S. nuclear weapons accident exercise held at Minot AFB, ND, 26-29 March 1996.

    • DIVER MIST

      Medical Co-Chairman and Senior Planner/Controller for U.S. for Exercise DIVER MIST, a joint US/UK nuclear weapons accident exercise, RAF Barnham, Suffolk, UK, 18-21 April 1994.

    • Oncological Disease Resulting From Radiation Exposure

      Chairman, U.S. Panel, “Oncological Disease Resulting From Radiation Exposure”.  Part of National Aeronautics and Space Administration sponsored Telemedicine Demonstration Project, a simultaneous live satellite TV Seminar between Moscow, Russian Federation, and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 10 September 1993.