Beyond Science and Decisions: From Problem Formulation to Dose-Response Assessment (Workshop 9)

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Beyond Science and Decisions: From Problem Formulation to Dose-Response Assessment (Workshop 9)

Author: Lynne Haber, Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment (TERA)

Beyond Science & Decisions – Workshop 9
June 9-10, 2015
Cincinnati, Ohio – University of Cincinnati, Kettering Laboratory Auditorium

Almost 60 organizations have come together under the aegis of the Alliance for Risk Assessment (ARA), to conduct a series of meetings, with the ultimate goal of consensus among the participants on a methods compendium highlighting key considerations for applying dose-response techniques for common risk assessment applications. Workshop IX will be held June 9-10 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The workshop will be open to the public and broadcast via webinar.

Case Studies to be discussed and sponsors:

  • Adverse outcome pathway (AOP) for Cancer Effects Reported following Oral Exposure to Inorganic Arsenic – ½ day – EPRI
  • AOP for Noncancer Effects Reported following Oral Exposure to Inorganic Arsenic – ¼ day – EPRI
  • A risk assessment methodology for flame retardants – the FR framework – ½ day – ICL Industrial Products
  • AOP for a mutagenic MOA for Cancer (AFB1 and HCC) – ¼ day – ARASP(Center for Advancing Risk Assessment Science and Policy) and the US EPA.

A Draft Agenda is available at http://allianceforrisk.org/ARA_Workshop_IX_Agenda_Draft.pdf

Register to attend in person or via webinar at http://allianceforrisk.org/ARA_Dose-Response.htm

Hotels are available. There are 2 hotels within a short walking distance to the Kettering Laboratory building where the workshop is being held. Below are link to both hotels.