Join your colleagues for the Conference on Radiation & Health (CRH) titled "Public Health Impact of Current Sources of Radiation Exposure: New Data and Insights from Biology, Epidemiology, and Statistics", October 15-17, 2016 at the Waikoloa Village, Hawaii.
The 2016 conference, which will be held in conjunction with the Radiation Research Society (RRS) 62nd Annual Meeting, offers a unique forum for discussing thematic advances in radiation health research in a multi-disciplinary setting, and offers statisticians and epidemiologists the opportunity to learn about new applications for their discipline. This year’s conference will include sessions on radiation health effects from occupational exposures, dosimetric uncertainties and their impact on epidemiologic analyses, radiation genetics, and new information from the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (the preeminent organization for studying health effects among the atomic bomb survivors). There will also be joint sessions between CRH and RRS on topics such as the biological and epidemiological basis for radiation protection and a highly acclaimed workshop for early stage radiation scientists, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students.
Join us in Hawaii for an amazing conference offering unique opportunities for fruitful interaction between biologists, medical doctors, epidemiologists and statisticians. Participants universally agree this is one of the best conferences available to date! For additional information, please visit the CRH website.