Other Risk News
Plenary Speakers at SRA’s 2014 Annual Meeting Assess Risks from "Fracking," Legalized Marijuana and Natural Disasters
The Society’s December meeting in Denver provided members with plenty of food for thought as prominent experts addressed this broad range of risk issues in their plenary presentations. Here are some highlights.
The U.S. National Institutes of Health funded Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Interdisciplinary Instructional Institute (QMRI III) at Michigan State University announces a 10-day workshop August 1-12, 2015.
North, who received the Best Book Reviewer award at SRA’s 2014 Annual Meeting in Denver, has a biography punctuated by an extensive list of risk-related accomplishments at the national and international level. He also sings!
SRA New England Reports on First 2015 Seminar: Air Quality and Health Impacts from Hydraulic Fracturing
Presenters discussed results from the Fort Worth Natural Gas Air Quality Study and an evaluation of the potential human health risks to drinking water.
The group encourages all SRA members interested in microbial risk analysis to join this discussion, designed to make it easier for members to connect on issues related to microbial risk analysis.