Ian Fairlie is an independent consultant on radioactivity in the environment. He has degrees in chemistry from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, and in radiation biology from Barts Medical College in London. His doctoral studies at Imperial College examined dosimetric impacts of nuclide discharges at Sellafield and la Hague.
In the past, Dr Fairlie worked on occupational health issues at the Trades Union Congress, and as radiation advisor to Greenpeace Canada. He has advised environmental NGOs, the European Parliament, attorneys and local and national authorities in a number of countries.
Dr Fairlie has also worked at MAFF, SEPA and FSA on radiation protection matters, and was on the Secretariat of the FSA's recent Consultative Exercise on Dose Assessments on radiation doses to critical groups near nuclear facilities. Until recently, he was technical advisor to environmental NGOs on BNFL's National Stakeholder Dialogue. Dr Fairlie has written on various matters on radiation protection, including tritium dosimetry, nuclide speciation, and the utility of collective doses. His interests include opera, classical music, tennis and cycling the length of France.« - Back to Who's Who