Tedd Weyman is the Deputy Director of the Uranium Medical Research Center (UMRC), New York and Toronto. He served as the Field Investigation’s Team Lead for UMRC’s studies of the effects of uranium weapons in Iraq, Afghanistan and Gaza. His report, Radiation Contamination of Afghanistan, was subpoenaed as evidence in the United Nations War Crimes Tribunal on the use of weapons of mass destruction. He gave evidence to the Parliament of Sweden in Stockholm on the military use of uranium in non-fissile weapons and findings in the communities of Iraq and Afghanistan. Tedd’s field research findings were invited as documentary evidence in the 2008 NGO Partners’ Review of the UN Non-Proliferation Treaty. The public release of findings of radioactive weapons resulting in “high uranium levels in troops and civilians” was recognized as one of the “Most Censored News Story of 2004".
Tedd was UMRC’s Project Manager for the study of industrial and reprocessed uranium contamination at Cameco LLP’s UO2 refinery, the UF6 conversion and the Zircatec nuclear fuels processing facility, Port Hope, Canada.
Tedd has a Masters in Adult Education and has 35 years of experience in his field as a consultant in organization behavior, emergency management and planning, integrated municipal emergency services, training and community capacity building.
The Uranium Medical Research Center is a non-profit, clinical and scientific research organization incorporated in Canada, England and the United States, headed by International Research Director, Dr. Asaf Durakovic. UMRC conducts radiological, biological and clinical studies of patients presenting with the symptoms and/or a history of radiation exposure and internal contamination via inhalation of uranium and transuranic materials.