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Legend: Washington State Convention Center = CC, Sheraton Seattle = S, Grand Hyatt = GH and The Conference Center = TCC
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364 Tue, 8/11/2015, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-212
Applications and Methods for Human and Environmental Risk Assessment — Contributed Papers
Section on Risk Analysis , Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Jing Zhang, Miami University
10:35 AM Two-Stage Modified Toxicity Probability Interval Design for Low Target Toxicity Rate Sheau-Chiann Chen, Vanderbilt University ; Yu Shyr, Vanderbilt University
10:50 AM Quantifying Human Variability for Health Risk Assessment via Bayesian Hierarchical Model Kan Shao
11:05 AM Risk Analysis of Invasive Species and Pests Using Citizen Science Data: Evaluation of Existing Analysis Techniques Using Layered Simulation Marijke Welvaert, CSIRO ; Peter Caley, CSIRO
11:20 AM Including Treatment Assignment in Statistical Analyses for Risk-Based Monitoring Kaitlyn Fernandez, Rho ; Henry Bahnson, Rho ; James Rochon, Rho
11:35 AM Nonparametric Benefit-Risk Assessment Using Marker Processes in the Presence of a Terminal Event Yifei Sun, The Johns Hopkins University ; Chiung-Yu Huang, The Johns Hopkins University ; Mei-Cheng Wang, The Johns Hopkins University
11:50 AM Evaluating Geographically Weighted Regression Models for Environmental Chemical Risk Analysis Jenna Czarnota ; Chris Gennings, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ; David Wheeler, Virginia Commonwealth University
12:05 PM The Impact on the U.S. Blood Supply of Allocating Younger Blood for Transfusion: A New Allocation Method Arianna Simonetti, FDA/CBER ; Hussein Ezzeldin, FDA/CBER ; Mikhail Menis, FDA/CBER ; Stephen McKean, Acumen LLC ; Hector Izurieta, FDA/CBER ; Steven Anderson, FDA/CBER ; Richard Forshee, FDA/CBER

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