Gayle Greene Ph.D.

Gayle Greene, Ph.D., is professor emerita, Scripps College. She wrote the biography of radiation epidemiologist and anti-nuclear guru Dr. Alice Stewart, The Woman Who Knew Too Much:  Alice Stewart and the Secrets of Radiation. She's the author of Insomniac, a first-person account that combines narrative with scientific investigation to detail the reality of living with insomnia. Her most recent book is Missing Persons, a memoir about dealing with loss in a culture that gives no help, finding a way of grieving and letting go unscripted by books or belief systems of the past.   

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