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The Risk Forums, sponsored by the Office of the Chief Economist's Office of Risk Assessment and Cost Benefit Analysis and the Food Safety and Inspection Service's Risk Assessment Division, provide an opportunity for discussion of a broad range of policy-related scientific, and methodological issues concerning risk assessment. Forums are open to all public and private risk assessors.

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12/03/2010 Application of a multicriteria decision making model based on probabilistic inversion to assess nanotechnology-enabled food products, Villie Flari, Food and Environment Research Agency, United Kingdom, Rabin Nelson, University of Delft, the Netherlands
11/16/2010 Moving beyond nanogeneralities - , Providing focus to nanopolicy progress, Richard Canady, International Life Sciences Institute Research Foundation, Steve Froggett, Expert Consultant, ICF International, Inc, Guillaume Gruere, International Food Policy, Research Institute
03/16/2010

The EPA's Stochastic Human Exposure and Dose Simulation
(SHEDS) - Dietary Model
, Valerie Zartarian, Ph.D. and Jianping Xue, M.D., M.S., Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Exposure Research Laboratory, Human Exposure and Atmospheric Sciences Division, Exposure Modeling Research Branch

10/07/2009

Risk Analysis for Nanotechnology: State of the Science and Implications, Jo Anne Shatkin, Ph.D., Managing Director, CLF Ventures, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts

11/12/2008

State-of-the-Science Workshop Report: Issues and Approaches in Low Dose-Response Extrapolation for Environmental Health Risk Assessment, Ronald H. White, Ila Cote, Lauren Zeise, Mary Fox, Francesca, Dominici, Thomas A. Burke, Paul D. White, Dale B. Hattis and
Jonathan M. Samet, Presenter: Mary Fox

05/13/2008

Agrifood Nanotechnology: Upstream Assessment of Risk and Oversight, Prof. Jennifer Kuzma,
Center for Science, Technology, and Public Policy, Humphrey Institute, University of Minnesota

11/19/2007

Dietary Exposure Assessment at the Food and Drug Administration: A comparison of exposure assessment methods used in the Total Diet Study and analyses of individual food products,Dr. Michael DiNovi and Katie Egan, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

11/13/2007

Are interdisciplinary approaches of any use to economists and risk assessors?, Dr. Robert OConnor
National Science Foundation, Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences

10/16/2007

Spring Valley Public Health Scoping Study, Legacy of US WWI Chemical Weapons Research: Case-Study of Environmental Epidemiology, Risk and Community Health Assessment in Washington, DC, Dr. Mary Fox, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

 

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