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Several NCEA Scientists presented at this years Society For Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting (see other sources for the SRA meeting agenda). The meeting was held December 4-7, 2005 in Orlando, Fl. The table below contains the event names (with external links to the SRA agenda descriptions) product titles, and point of contact.

Note: There may be multiple EPA presentations for the same event where no event name has been specified.
EventTitle Contact:
 NEW Event: Informal discussion with ORD Assistant Administrator, Dr. George GrayPolicy Roundtable luncheon on Dec 7th Chris Frey
SRA President-Elect
1Symposium title - The Status of Data Utility in Health Risk Assessment and Decision Making: A Multi-disciplinary ReviewData Utility for Microbial Risk Assessment of Waterborne Pathogens swartout.jeff@epa.gov
2Symposium title - Assessment of Human Exposures and Health Risks from Consumption of Toxicants in Fish, Part IEstimates of Fish Consumption Rates in Connecticut, Florida, Minnesota, and North Dakotamoya.jacqueline@epa.gov
3Symposia title - A Chemical Mixtures Risk Assessment Approach for Four Organotin Plastic Stabilizers: Integration of the Human Exposure Evaluation, Dose-Response and Mode of Action Information, Part 1A Chemical Mixtures Approach To Evaluating Risk From Organotin Plastic Stabilizers Used In Drinking Water Distribution Systemslipscomb.john@epa.gov
4Modeling Human Exposure to Organotins in Tap Water via Migration from PVC and CPVC Pipingfristachi.anthony@epa.gov
5Oral presentation- Children's Health and RegulationEmploying A Children's Health Risk Assessment Framework Using A Life Stage Approachbarone.stan@epa.gov
6An Evaluation of the Mutagenicity of Coke Oven Emissions using US EPA's 2005 Supplemental Guidance for Assessing Cancer Susceptibility from Early-Life Exposure to Carcinogenskeshava.channa@epa.gov
7Symposium title - Issues from Recent Chemical Risk Assessments of Ethylene Oxide, Perchloroethylene and TrichloroethyleneIntroduction -- Past, Present, and Future Risk Assessment: Issues Arising from New Risk Assessment Approachespreuss.peter@epa.gov
8Use of Mode of Action Information in Human Health Risk Assessmentkeshava.nagu@epa.gov
9Issues in the Application of PBPK Models in Risk Assessment: Examples from Trichloroethylene and Perchloroethylenechiu.weihsueh@epa.gov
10Characterization of uncertainties: How do we define these uncertainties for application of Uncertainty Factorsbarone.stan@epa.gov
11Symposium title - Risk Assessment of Cyanobacterial Toxins in Drinking and Recreational WaterInternational Symposium on Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Bloomsfristachi.anthony@epa.gov
12The Toxicology and Health Effects of Cyanobacterial Toxinscubbison.chris@epa.gov
13Symposium (Poster Platform) - Sensitivity Analysis and Refinements for the CIIT Two-Stage Model of Formaldehyde Carcinogenicity in the RatVariability and Uncertainty of Rodent Nasal Cell Division Response to Formaldehyde Inhalationfox.john@epa.gov
14Observations on Model Structure and Sensitivity Analysis of the CIIT Model for Formaldehyde Carcinogenicitysubramaniam.ravi@epa.gov
15Alternatives and Refinements to the CIIT Two-Stage Model for Formaldehyde Carcinogenicity in the Ratsubramaniam.ravi@epa.gov
16Panel Discussion of 'Sensitivity Analysis and Refinements for the CIIT Two-Stage Model of Formaldehyde Carcinogenicity in the Rat'preuss.peter@epa.gov
17Poster Platform - National and International Approaches to Risk Management IssuesA Method for Risk-Based Chemical Prioritizationswartout.jeff@epa.gov
18Presentation title - Landscape and Watershed Scale Decision Analysis and Ecological Risk AssessmentThe Integration of Ecological Risk Assessment and Structured Decision Making Approaches in Watershed Managementserveiss.victor@epa.gov
19Presentation title - Community and Personal ExposureEstimation of the Total Daily Oral Intake of N-Nitrosodimethylamine(NDMA) Attributable to Drinking Waterfristachi.anthony@epa.gov
20Symposium title - Acute Health Risk Assessment: Case Studies and Methodological IssuesAcute Inhalation Assessment Case Study: Ethylene Oxidewoodall.george@epa.gov
21Application of PBPK Modeling in the Derivation of Acute Reference Values for 1,1,1-Trichloroethanerieth.susan@epa.gov
22Acute Inhalation Assessment Case Study: Phosgenegift.jeff@epa.gov
23Poster Platform - Approaches for Addressing Mode of Action and Life-StageIntrahuman Variability in Nasal Dosimetry Among Four Individualsfoureman.gary@epa.gov
24Steady State Solutions to PBPK Models: Application to Route-to-Route Extrapolationchiu.weihsueh@epa.gov
25Trichloroethylene liver effects: Mode(s) of action hypotheses, supporting data, and similarity to cancer induction by a variety of agentscaldwell.jane@epa.gov
26Overview of chloroprene toxicity studies and the potential for their consideration in the development of a cancer and noncancer health effect assessment for IRISpagan.ines@epa.gov
27Symposium - Mode of Action as a Key to EPA's 2005 Cancer GuidelinesViewing Cancer Risks Through a Mode-of-Action Lensputzrath.resha@epa.gov
28Carcinogenic Mode of Action: A Directed Discussion of Implications for Risk Assessmentfarland.william@epa.gov
29Continuing Education WorkshopsBenchmark Dose Modeling and Its Use in Risk Assessment (BMD Software)gift.jeff@epa.gov
30Intermediate Topics on Health Risk Assessment of Chemical Mixtures(PDF, 22pp, 108Kb, about PDF)teuschler.linda@epa.gov
31Replacing Default Values for Uncertainty Factors with Chemical Specific Adjustment Factors: Reducing Uncertainty in Noncancer Risk Assessment

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