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Posted 23 February 2015

SRA Member and Past President Warner North: A Career in Risk

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!

Posted 23 February 2015

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.

Posted 23 February 2015

SRA’s Microbial Risk Analysis Specialty Group Creates LinkedIn Subgroup

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.

Posted 22 February 2015

U.S. FDA Offers Free Webinar to Introduce FDA-iRISK® Version 2

The event, scheduled for March 11, 2015, will introduce this new version of the agency’s innovative, web-based tool for assessing or ranking risks from contaminants in the food supply.

Posted 22 February 2015

Risk-Related Postdoc Positions Available With U.S. EPA's National Center for Environmental Assessment

One position is for the project PBPK Modeling: Tools and Applications for Human Health Risk Assessment and is located in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. A second is in Quantitative Human Health Risk Assessment and is located in Arlington, Virginia.