The American Statistical Association's 2008 Conference on Radiation and Health was the 18th in a decades-long series of meetings on the general topic of human health effects of exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. The purpose of the conferences is to provide a forum for the evaluation of new methodologies and recent research findings from the laboratory, from the clinic, or from follow-up of populations exposed to radiation from their work, disease treatment or environmental contamination. The meetings are attended by a highly diverse group of scientists, including statisticians, epidemiologists, risk assessors, biologists and physicists working in radiation research. Topics are selected by an Organizing Committee that includes scientists with expertise in biostatistics, epidemiology, public health and health risk assessment. The 2008 conference was held in Vail, Colorado, June 15–18, 2008 with the meeting devoted to the general theme of “New Developments and Future Directions of Radiation Research” with five...
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New Developments and Future Directions in Radiation Research: American Statistical Association Conference on Radiation and Health Vail, Colorado, June 15–18, 2008
Radiat Res (2010) 173 (3): 392–398.
New Developments and Future Directions in Radiation Research: American Statistical Association Conference on Radiation and Health Vail, Colorado, June 15–18, 2008. Radiat Res 1 March 2010; 173 (3): 392–398. doi: https://doi.org/10.1667/RRXX17.1
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