Society For Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 2003

Preliminary Daily Schedules

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The program of events is subject to change. Check this site for updates. When you arrive in Baltimore, check the final schedule for any last-minute changes.

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Monday

7:15-8:00 AMNew Member Breakfast
8:00 AM-4:00 PMRegistration

 

 8:30-10:00 AM  Plenary Session: Paul Gilman; US EPA

Events

 10:00 AM-4:00 PM    Exhibits Open - Ballroom Foyer

Sessions


Noon-1:30PM
Luncheon

Distinguished
Award Winner

3:00-3:30PM
Poster Session 1

Posters on
Exposure,
Dose Response
and Risk Communication
Federal Hill

10:30 am - Noon

M9-Symposium: Probabilistic Methods to Assess Worker Exposure to Agricultural Pesticides, Part 1

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M18-Symposium: Probabilistic Methods to Assess Worker Exposure, Part 2

3:30 pm -

M27-Symposium: Agricultural Chemical Safety Assessment: A Multi-Sector, International Project
Fells Point

10:30 am - Noon

M2-Integrating Risk and Economics

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M11-Economics and Natural Systems

3:30 pm -

M20-Paradigms for Regulation
Guildford

10:30 am - Noon

M7-Communicating About Drinking Water Safety

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M16-The Bridge From Present to Future: Long-Term Risk Management For Contaminated Sites

3:30 pm -

M25-Symposium: Risk Integration at Contaminated Sites: Eye on the Future
Homeland

10:30 am - Noon

M8-Risk Communication: Warnings, Advisories and Labels

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M17-Risk Perception: The Role of Affect in Risk Perception

3:30 pm -

M26-Risk Communication: News Media Coverage of Risk
Mount Washington

10:30 am - Noon

M1-Symposium: The Role of Risk Analysis in Environmental Security & Emergency Risk in the Mediterranean Region

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M10-Model Uncertainties

3:30 pm -

M19-Engineering Systems
Salon A

10:30 am - Noon

M6-Poster Platform: Computational Methods and Modeling

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M15-Symposium: Integrating Epidemiological Data in Risk Assessment, Part 1 - Sponsored by the Food Water and Dose Response Specialty Groups

3:30 pm -

M24-Symposium: Integrating Epidemiological Data in Risk Assessment, Part 2
Salon D

10:30 am - Noon

M4-Symposium: Space and Risk

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M13-Symposium: Risk Assessment and Risk Communication (Part 1): Needs for Bioterrorism Response

3:30 pm -

M22-Symposium: Risk Assessment and Risk Communication (Part 2): Methodologies and Tools for Bioterrorism Response
Salon E

10:30 am - Noon

M3-Risk and Sustainability

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M12-Symposium: Genetically Modified Organisms: Assessment of Benefits and Risks to Health and the Environment - Sponsored by the Food/Water & Economics Specialty Groups

3:30 pm -

M21-Poster Platform: Food/Water Safety Risk Analysis I: Microbial and Chemical Risks
Salon F

10:30 am - Noon

M5-Symposium: Epidemiology and Individual Risk in Litigation

1:30 - 3:00 pm

M14-Panel Discussion: Developments in Risk and Law, 2003

3:30 pm -

M23-Symposium & Poster Platform: Generating and Utilizing Aggregate Exposure Data: A Conversation Between Modelers, Regulators, and Research Scientists

Specialty Group Meetings

SPECIALTY GROUP MEETINGS --- ROOMS TO BE DETERMINED
5:30 - 7:00 PM

Food & Water Business Meeting

Risk Science & Law Business Meeting/Mixer

Exposure Assessment Business Meeting

Risk Communication Business Meeting

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Tuesday

7:00-8:00 AMChapters and Sections Breakfast
7:00-8:00 AMSpecialty Groups Chairs Breakfast

 

 8:30-10:00 AM  Plenary Session: Bridging International Divides: Does the Developing World Need Risk Analysis?

 

 10:00-10:30 AM  Poster Session 2 with posters on Exposure Assessment/Risk Communication

Events

 10:00 AM-4:00 PM    Exhibits Open - Ballroom Foyer

Sessions


Noon-1:30PM
Luncheon

SRA Annual
Business Meeting

3:00-3:30PM
Poster Session 3

Posters on
Risk Management,
Terrorism, and
Risk Communication
Federal Hill

10:30 am - Noon

T9-Emerging Issues in Epidemiology

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T18-Symposium: Bioavailability/Uptake for Human or Ecological Receptors

3:30 pm -

T27-Recent Risk Communication Research from Europe: Implications for Practice and Democracy
Fells Point

10:30 am - Noon

T2-Does Quantitative Risk Assessment Inform Regulatory Decision Making? Evidence "For" and "Against"

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T11-Uncertainty or Conservatism in IRIS & Other Health-Based Values

3:30 pm -

T20-Uncertainty or Conservatism in MCLs
Guildford

10:30 am - Noon

T7-Risk Management: The Big Picture

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T16-Risks, Benefits, Decisions, & Values

3:30 pm -

T25-Symposium: Bridging the Land Use and Risk Analysis Divide at U.S. Department of Energy Sites
Homeland

10:30 am - Noon

T8-Risk Perception: Trust and Competence

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T17-Stakeholder Involvement

3:30 pm -

T26-Symposium: Determinants of Trust in Risk Management
Mount Washington

10:30 am - Noon

T1-Internationalizing the SRA

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T10-Symposium: Structured & Dependable Decision Making, Part 2

3:30 pm -

T19-Risk Assessment for Sediments M10-Model Uncertainties
Salon A

10:30 am - Noon

T6-Poster Platform: PBPK Models: Parameters, Distributions and Predictions

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T15-Poster Platform: Characterizing Children's Risk

3:30 pm -

T24-Symposium: The State of the Science on Children's Health Research
Salon D

10:30 am - Noon

T4-Symposium: Structured and Dependable Decision-Making Processes for Reuse of Contaminated and Disturbed Sites, Part 1

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T13-Poster Platform: Communicating the Risks of Disease

3:30 pm -

T22-Infrastructure
Salon E

10:30 am - Noon

T3-Symposium: Mycotoxins: Risks, Regulations & Economic Impacts - Sponsored by the Food/Water Safety Specialty Groups

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T12-Symposium: Risk Assessment & Food Security - Sponsored by the Food/Water & Risk Specialty Groups

3:30 pm -

T21-Poster Platform: Food/Water Safety Risk Analysis II: Microbial Modeling and Case Studies
Salon F

10:30 am - Noon

T5-Symposium: The Voluntary Children's Chemical Evaluation Program Pilot: Integrative Exposure Evaluations to Enhance Decision Making

1:30 - 3:00 pm

T14-Poster Platform: Inhaled Agents: Approaches and Applications

3:30 pm -

T23-Inhalation Related Exposures

Specialty Group Meetings

SPECIALTY GROUP MEETINGS --- ROOMS TO BE DETERMINED
5:00 - 6:30 PM

Ecological Risk Assessment/Dose Response Business Meeting

5:30 - 7:00 PM

Engineering Business Meeting

Economics & Benefits Business Meeting

6:30 - 7:30 PM

Reception for members of the National Capital Area Chapter

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Wednesday

7:00-8:00 AMRisk Communication Specialty Group Planning a Forum: What We Know and Need to Learn About Risk Communication
7:00-8:00 AMRegistration

 

 8:30-10:00 AM  Plenary Session: Building Bridges to the Future: Lessons Learned from Anthrax, 2001

 

 10:00-10:30 AM  Poster Session 4 with posters on Ecological Risk Assessment/Regulatory Policy/Applications in Government and Industry

Events

 10:00 AM-Noon    Exhibits Open - Ballroom Foyer

Sessions

Round Tables

Noon-1:30PM

Order a box lunch! See the registration form.

3:30PM-

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 3:00-3:30 PM
Poster Session 5:
Works in Progress
Federal Hill

10:30 am - Noon

W9-Symposium: Comparison of Threshold Dose Response Methods for Complete Data Sets: Copper as a Case Study

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W18-Dietary or Background Related Exposures

3:30 pm -

W27-Advanced Risk Scenario Simulation Strategies
Fells Point

10:30 am - Noon

W2-Symposium: Value of Information Techniques

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W11-Symposium: Visualizing Risk: Using Images in Risk Communication

3:30 pm -

W20-Precautionary Regulation in America and Europe
Guildford

10:30 am - Noon

W7-Symposium: Pathogen Performance Standards: Insight from Risk Assessment and Economics - Sponsored by the Food/Water & Economics Specialty Groups

Noon-1:30 pm

WRT5-Round Table 5: Writing Winning Proposals

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W16-Evaluating Risk Tradeoffs

3:30 pm -

W25-
Homeland

10:30 am - Noon

W8-Risk Perception and Development: Conservation & Land Use

Noon-1:30 pm

WRT6-Round Table 6: Making Interdisciplinary Collaborations Work

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W17-Risk Perception: Controversial Technologies

3:30 pm -

W26-Risk Perception: Thinking About Risks
Mount Washington

10:30 am - Noon

W1-New Methods in Ecological Risk Assessment
 

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W10-New Methods in Ecological Risk Assessment, Part 2

3:30 pm -

W19-Modeling Approaches in Ecological Risk Assessment
Salon A

10:30 am - Noon

W6-Poster Platform: Aggregate and Cumulative Risk Assessment

Noon-1:30 pm

WRT4-Round Table 4: What are Consultants for and How to be One

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W15-Symposium: Expert Judgement In Characterizing Uncertainties for Quantitative Risk Assessment

3:30 pm -

W24-Symposium: Expert Judgement in Characterizing Uncertainties for Quantitative Risk Assessment, Part 2
Salon D

10:30 am - Noon

W4-Poster Platform: Risk Communication for Terrorism Response

Noon-1:30 pm

WRT2-Round Table 2: Estimating Response at Low Dose

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W13-Development of Risk Analysis Tools for Aerosolized Micro organisms

3:30 pm -

W22-Methodology for Industrial Risk Assessment and Management
Salon E

10:30 am - Noon

W3-Symposium: Uses and Interpretation of Human Biomonitoring Data

Noon-1:30 pm

WRT1-Round Table 1: The State of Risk Analysis Education and Training, Are We Meeting the Needs?

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W12-Poster Platform: Food Related Government and Policy Applications

3:30 pm -

W21-Food & Risk Communication
Salon F

10:30 am - Noon

W5-Symposium: Impacts on Risk Policy and Practice, Red Book, Risk Commission, Understanding Risk

Noon-1:30 pm

WRT3-Round Table 3: Risk Legislation and the Government: What's Hot and What's Not

1:30 - 3:00 pm

W14-Regulatory Processes, Peer Review & Validation

3:30 pm -

W23-Symposium: International Needs/Resources in Risk Assessment


The program of events is subject to change. Check this site for updates. When you arrive in Baltimore, check the final schedule for any last-minute changes.
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