ILYIN Leonid Andreevich

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ILYIN Leonid Andreevich (sort. in 1928) — the Soviet radio toxicologist and the hygienist, the academician of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences (1978), the winner of the State award USSR (1977).

ILYIN Leonid Andreevich

Member of the CPSU. In 1953 Leningrad medical in-t ended the 1st, then worked as the doctor and the research associate in the Navy.

In 1961 directed laboratory of radiation protection in Leningrad in-those a physics health of M3 of RSFSR; since 1962 the deputy director on science of it in-that; since 1968 the director Ying-that biophysics of M3 of the USSR.

L. A. Ilyin published St. 100 scientific works, including a number of the monographs devoted to problems of radiation protection of the person and development of methods a gigabyte. estimates of a radiation situation. He studied patterns of metabolism of cleavage products of uranium in an organism. Results of these researches are used during the development of bases a gigabyte. rationing of tolerance levels of radiocontamination of external environment and prophylactics of defeats by radioactive materials.

Results of researches L. And. Ilyin and his employees on research of a decontamination equipment if ny covers and acceleration of removal of radioactive materials from an organism are generalized in the monograph «Bases of Protection of an Organism against Influence of Radioactive Materials» (1977).

L. A. Ilyin is the chairman of the National commission on radiation protection (NKRZ USSR), the member of the academic council of M3 of the USSR, the chairman of section of a physics health of the Moscow department All-Union about-va hygienists, the deputy representative of the USSR in Scientific committee on action of atomic radiation to the UN.

It is awarded by awards of the October Revolution, the Labour Red Banner and medals.

Works: Radioactive materials and skin, M., 1972 (sovm, with other); The Radioiodine in a problem of radiation safety, M., 1972 (sovm, with other); Bases of protection of an organism against influence of radioactive materials, M., 1977.

F. G. Krotkov.