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Prior to joining West Physics, Dr. Harvey completed his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan in health physics. His research focused on the deployment of thermoluminescent radiation dosimeters in non-ideal conditions. He also participated in research into the computer-aided analysis of mammography and lung CT imaging.
Dr. Harvey travels nationwide to perform imaging equipment quality assurance, and has served as Radiation Safety Officer for diverse clients, including a hospital network with locations throughout Georgia; an urban Level 1 Trauma Center; a rodent cancer research facility; a nationwide mobile nuclear medicine provider; and an international narcotics and explosives detector manufacturer.
Dr. Harvey enjoys teaching, and has developed and delivered content for eight semesters of university courses, including two while at West Physics. He has given talks at hospitals and conferences nationwide for audiences of technologists, physicians, radiology management, ancillary staff, and other physicists. He currently serves as the Program Director of West Physics’ accredited residency program in diagnostic imaging and nuclear medicine physics. His daughter Ellie is his favorite student.
Dr. Harvey is originally from Plymouth, Michigan.
Dhingra J., Santana C., Harvey J., Miller A., Benton A., Childs M., Halkar R. Root Cause Analysis of Na-131I Contamination. J. Nucl. Med. Technol. 49(4):350-353, 2021.
Harvey J.A., Kearfott K.J., Rafique M., Dose Response Linearity and Practical Factors Influencing Minimum Detectable Dose for Various Thermoluminescent Detector Types, J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 303(3): 1711-1718, 2015.
Harvey J.A., Kearfott K.J. Effects of High Ambient Temperature on Glow-Peak Fading Properties of LiF:Mg,Ti Thermoluminescent Dosemeters. Rad. Prot. Dosim. 149(2): 109-115, 2012.
Harvey J.A., Rodrigues M.L., Kearfott K.J. A Computerized Glow Curve Deconvolution Program for WinREMS Thermoluminescent Dosimeter Data Using MATLAB. Appl. Radiat. Isotopes 69(9): 1282-1286, 2011.
Harvey J.A., Thomas E.M., Kearfott K.J. Quantification of Various Factors Influencing the Precision of Thermoluminescent Detector Calibrations for New and Used Chip Sets. Health Phys. 100(5):S71-S78, 2011.
Parker L.W., Harvey J.A., Kearfott K.J. An Integrated System for the Beta, Gamma and Neutron Calibration and Storage of Thermoluminescent Dosimeters for a Research Laboratory. Health Phys. 100(2):S43-S49, 2011.
Harvey J.A., Kearfott K.J. Reproducibility of Glow Peak Fading Characteristics of Thermoluminescent Dosimeters. Radiat. Meas. 46(3):319-322, 2011.
Harvey J.A., Kearfott K.J. The Effects of High Ambient Radon on Thermoluminescent Dosimetry Readings. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 147(4): 491-497, 2011.
Harvey J.A., Haverland N.P., Kearfott K.J. Characterization of the Glow-Peak Fading Properties of Six Common Thermoluminescent Materials. Appl. Radiat. Isotopes 68(10): 1988-2000, 2010.
Bergen R.B., Harvey J.A., Kearfott K.J. Performance of Vintage Direct Reading
Pocket Ionization Chambers. Health Phys. 98(2):S56-S62, 2010.