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Dose Response

Previous Teleseminars

Previous DRSG Seminars – 2017-2023

Assessing effects of mixtures of Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) using transcriptomic points of departure.

Gregory Addicks, Ph.D., Health Canada

7 March, 2023

Addressing Inter-individual Variabilities in Human Exposure and Toxicological Susceptibility in Environmental Risk and Impact Assessments.

Dingsheng Li, Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno

1 November, 2022

Accelerating QA review of PBPK models: A template approach to model implementation.

Amanda Bernstein, Ph.D., U.S. EPA

13 September, 2022

Bayesian model averaging for BMD estimation: Extension of model sets and distributions.

José Cortiñas Abrahantes, Ph.D., EFSA.

7 June, 2022

Advancing the use of transcriptomic points of departure for regulatory decision-making.

Carole Yauk, Ph.D., University of Ottawa

1 March, 2022

A new method for characterizing inter-species toxicodynamic variability
Sarah D. Burnett, Ph.D., Texas A&M University
2 November 2021

Individual, independent, and combined effects of toxic metals and manganese on hypertensive disorders of pregnancy
Michael Borghese, Ph.D., Health Canada

Chemical toxicity assessment using high-throughput transcriptomics and next generation sequencing: A case study of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances
Anthony J.F. Reardon, Health Canada
2 March 2021

Concentration-response Analysis of Image-based High-throughput Phenotypic Profiling Data for Chemical Bioactivity Screening
Johanna Nyffeler, U.S. EPA
4 August 2020 | Video Presentation

High-throughput Transcriptomic Profiling of Chemicals for Risk Assessment Applications
Richard Judson, U.S. EPA
5 May 2020 | Video Presentation

Recent Probabilistic and Computational Advances in Dose-Response Assessment to Better Support Chemical Risk Assessment
Weihsueh Chiu, Texas A&M University
4 February 2020

Cox Proportional Hazard Regression and Splines: A Cautionary Tale for Exposure-Response Assessment
Dustin Long, University of Alabama Birmingham
5 March 2019

Differences Between Scientific, Legal, and Public Policy Uses of Probability
Nathan Schachtman, Esq., (SRA Risk Policy and Law Specialty Group)
7 August 2018

The NTP Proposed Approach to Genomic Dose-Response Modeling
Scott Auerbach, National Toxicology Program (NTP)
7 August 2018

New Data for Dose Response, Specifically Using Toxcast Data
Richard Judson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
3 April 2018

Machine Learning in Dose-Response Assessment: Translating Science to Decisions (Abstract)
Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
6 March 2018

Considerations for the Dose‐Response Analyses of Inorganic Arsenic Health Outcomes
Jeff Gift, U.S. EPA
3 October 2017

Understanding the Biochemical Origin of Sigmoidal Dose Responses: Ultrasensitive Response Motifs
Qiang Zhang, Emory University
5 September 2017

Using 21st Century Science for Risk-related evaluations: An Overview of the NAS Risk21 Report
Jonathan Samet, George Daston, & Lauren Zeise, On behalf of the National Academies Risk21 Committee
1 August 2017

Exposure‐Response in Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment, from Receptors to Ecological Landscapes
Wayne G. Landis, Western Washington University
2 May 2017

Health and Economic Consequences of Endocrine Disruptors in the US and EU
Leo Transande, New York University
4 April 2017

Facilitated Discussion: Mentoring in Risk Assessment
2 February 2017