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Integrating Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment
Sponsored by: U.S. EPA Technology Innovation Program
Original Time/Date of Presentation:

April 21, 2009, 11:45 AM - 1:45 PM, EDT (15:45-17:45 GMT)

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The seminar will explain why human health and ecological risk assessment should be integrated. It will then present an framework for integrated risk assessment developed for the WHO and briefly a framework that integrates all types of environmental assessments.

ORD and EPA's Regions are sponsoring this series of publicly accessible seminars as a forum for discussing the current state of the art and practice of Cumulative Risk Assessment (CRA). These seminars will provide information regarding guidance, resources, and recommendations for real world CRA for regulatory and non-regulatory applications. This seminar series is, in part, preparation for the EPA ORD/Regional Workshop on CRA being hosted by Region 5 in Chicago, IL for July 28-30, 2009. The seminar series is publicly open in support of advancing CRA while the workshop will primarily be internal to EPA to enhance policy and other deliberative discussions.

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