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Warren Sheehan

Warren Sheehan joined Mound Laboratory in April 1956. He spent the first half of his career in health physics, or radiation safety, where he developed a new methodology for determining the amount of plutonium in urine. Sheehan replaced long-time Mound employee Mary Lou Curtis when she retired, and joined the Nuclear Operations Group.

Warren Sheehan's Timeline

  • 1956 Apr Began working at Mound Laboratory.
  • 1972 Joined Nuclear Operations Group.
  • 1989 Retired.

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