Marc Garland

Marc Garland HS

Marc Garland is the program manager for Isotope Program Operations and the deputy director of the DOE Isotope Program (DOE IP). He is responsible for DOE IP programmatic issues and for the National Isotope Development Center (NIDC), which manages the business activities of the DOE IP (including production, sales, and distribution of isotopes).


He received a BS in biology from the University of Washington, an MS in electrical engineering from Washington State University, and both an MS and a PhD in nuclear engineering from the University of Maryland. Before joining the DOE IP in September 2010, Marc spent 18 years in nuclear facility operations and project management at the Hanford Site; was a faculty member in the nuclear engineering program at the University of South Carolina; and was at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) conducting research and development in radioisotope production, medical applications of radioisotopes, radioisotope power sources, and radiation detection and measurement.