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Research Triangle Regional Organization

The Society for Risk Analysis Research Triangle Regional Organization (SRA-RT RO) is a regional organization of the non-profit SRA International, which has provided multidisciplinary and scholarly work on risk issues since 1981. We support and foster the use of science and tools of risk analysis in order to better assess, manage, govern, and communicate risks relevant for the 21st century. The Research Triangle is a thriving community of researchers and scholars that hosts three major universities: North Carolina State University, Duke University, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill along with a number of companies and government agencies. The RO fosters connections between risk scientists in the region through networking opportunities, seminars, and other events.

News and Events

(2/23/2002): Dr. David Berube will give a talk entitled, “Pandemic Communication”. Please register for the talk here:

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(10/29/21): Dustin Kapraun will give the talk entitled, “Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Models and Applications in Chemical Risk Assessments”.

Please register for the talk here:

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(10/22/21): The Fall 2021 Virtual Student Poster Symposium will occurring on October 22nd from 11AM-12:15PM.

(07/22/21): David Banks will present the talk entitled, “Adversarial Risk Analysis”. Please register here for the talk:

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Past Event (06/22/21): Christie Sayes presented the talk entitled, “Assessing the Potential for Pulmonary Sensitization After Respirable Environmental Stimuli Exposure”.

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Past Event (05/06/21): Christopher L. Cummings presented the talk entitled, “Gene-Edited Food: Trust and Media”.

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Past Event (04/30/21): The SRA-RT RO hosted a lightning round of speakers from our leadership. Talks covered a broad range of topics from geoengineering the climate to using machine learning to develop spatiotemporal flood maps.
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