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Practitioner’s Guide to Risk Assessment for Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology (DART) Webinar

27 September 2017 - 9:34pm

When? Thursday, October 26, 1:00-5:00 PM EST

Who should attend?  Health scientists and product steward‐ship professionals who need to consider the potential for re‐productive and developmental effects of their chemicals or products. 

Offered by: Risk Science Center, University of Cincinnati

26 Oct 2017

Inaugural Controlling Geopolitical Risk ExecuSummit

17 September 2017 - 10:40pm

Join us at the Mohegan Sun Hotel, Resort, & Convention Center Uncasville, CT on October 24 & 25, 2017 for the day & a half, high-impact Inaugural Controlling Geopolitical Risk ExecuSummit.

Our distinguished presenters have pooled their expertise to provide you with the essential geopolitical risk insight you need to know.

Have a specific question?  Our Q&A sessions and networking sessions will provide numerous opportunities to ask the experts.

24 Oct 2017

Society for Risk Analysis Asia Conference 2018

17 September 2017 - 10:31pm

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13 Mar 2018

REC2018 The Eighth International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing

17 September 2017 - 10:01pm

The REC2018 workshop/conference will bring together engineers and other researchers interested in strategies to quantify and compute with aleatory and epistemic uncertainties. REC2018 is in the Reliable Engineering Computing series, which is a biennial conference, originally supported by the National Science Foundation. The event has been held previously in Atlanta, Bochum (Germany), Brno (Czech Republic), Chicago, Savannah, and Singapore. 

16 Jul 2018

Bayes Days: Overcoming Practical Problems in Applying Bayesian Methods

17 September 2017 - 9:58pm

Come to Bayes Days at the Liverpool Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, and find the solutions and the collaborators you've been looking for.

Bayes Days is a convocation of mutual support for Bayesians and would-be Bayesians who have been stymied by intractable problems, wonky software, problematic data, or just their own inexperience. Presentations from any discipline or subject matter are welcome. Presentations with flawed or preliminary Bayesian analyses are welcome. Presenters can self-label their problems with

22 Sep 2017

Epidemiology and Food Safety Risk Analysis

27 July 2017 - 9:32pm

A Comprehensive Course in QRA

Whether you have no prior training or work experience in quantitative risk analysis, or if you want to further improve your risk analysis skills, you will be interested in our course, Epidemiology and Food Safety Risk Analysis (formerly Animal Agriculture & Food Safety Risk Analysis & Disease Modeling).

9 Oct 2017