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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Workshop Participants ." National Research Council. 1993. Issues in Risk Assessment. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2078.
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Appendix A
Workshop Participants

Mr. James Akerman

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. David Anderson

U.S. Department of the Interior

Fort Collins, CO

Dr. Paul Anderson

ENSR Consulting and Engineering

Acton, MA

Dr. John C. Bailar, III

McGill University School of Medicine

Montreal, Canada

Dr. Paul T. Bailey

Mobil Oil Corporation

Princeton, NJ

Dr. Lawrence Barnthouse

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN

Dr. Steven Bartell

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN

Dr. Robert Beliles

National Research Council

Washington, DC

Dr. David Bergsten

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Hyattsville, MD

Dr. Gregory R. Biddinger

Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc.

East Millstone, NJ

Dr. Erich W. Bretthauer

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

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Dr. Garry D. Brewer

Yale University

New Haven, CT

Dr. Joanna Burger

Rutgers University

Piscataway, NJ

Dr. Lawrence A. Burns

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Athens, GA

Dr. James T. Carlton

Maritime Studies Program

Williams College

Mystic, CT

Dr. Raymond Carruthers

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Ithaca, NY

Professor Robert Colwell

University of Connecticut

Storrs, CT

Dr. William Cooper

Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI

Dr. Robert Costanza

Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Solomons, MD

Dr. Joseph Cotruvo

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. Jack R. Coulson

USDA-ARS-PSI

Beltsville, MD

Dr. William Desvousges

Research Triangle Institute

Research Triangle Park, NC

Dr. Dominic M. Di Toro

Manhattan College

Bronx, NY

Dr. William H. Farland

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Mr. John Fedkiw

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Washington, DC

Dr. James Ferguson

National Library of Medicine

Bethesda, MD

Dr. Michael P. Firestone

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. James Gagne

American Cyanamid Company

Princeton, NJ

Dr. Hector Galbraith

ENSR Consulting and Engineering

Acton, MA

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Dr. John H. Gentile

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Narragansett, RI

Dr. Bernard D. Goldstein

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Piscataway, NJ

Dr. Cliff Habig

Jellinek, Schwartz, Connolly, and Freshman

Washington, DC

Dr. S.G. Hildebrand

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN

Dr. John E. Hobbie

Marine Biological Laboratory

Woods Hole, MA

Dr. John W. Huckabee

Electric Power Research Institute

Palo Alto, CA

Dr. Robert J. Huggett

Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Gloucester Point, VA

Mr. Henry Jacoby

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. F. Reed Johnson

U.S. Naval Academy

Annapolis, MD

Dr. Jason Johnston

Karch & Associates, Inc.

Washington, DC

Dr. Ronald Kendall

Clemson University

Clemson, SC

Dr. Mary Kentula

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Corvallis, OR

Dr. Richard Kimerle

Monsanto Company

St. Louis, MO

Dr. Ronald Landy

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. Brian P. Leaderer

Yale University School of Medicine

New Haven, CT

Ms. Linda Leonard

National Research Council

Washington, DC

Dr. Josh Lipton

RCG/Hagler Bailly Inc.

Boulder, CO

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Dr. Gerald Llewellyn

Virginia State Department of Health

Richmond, VA

Dr. Orie L. Loucks

Miami University

Oxford, OH

Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy

Smithsonian Institution

Washington, DC

Dr. J. Larry Ludke

Fish and Wildlife Service

Kearneysville, WV

Dr. Alan W. Maki

Exxon Corporation

Anchorage, AK

Dr. Pamela A. Matthes

U.S. Department of the Interior

Washington, DC

Dr. David Mauriello

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. Monte A. Mayes

The Dow Chemical Company

Midland, MI

Dr. Judy L. Meyer

University of Georgia

Athens, GA

Mr. Stanton S. Miller

Environmental Science and Technology

American Chemical Society

Washington, DC

Dr. Franklin E. Mirer

United Auto Workers

Detroit, MI

Dr. Gerald J. Niemi

Natural Resources Research Institute

Duluth, MN

Dr. Ian Nisbet

I.C.T. Nisbet & Company, Inc.

Lincoln, MA

Dr. D. Warner North

Decision Focus, Inc.

Los Altos, CA

Ms. Susan B. Norton

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Mr. Richard Orr

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Hyattville, MD

Dr. Richard Parry, Jr.

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Beltsville, MD

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Dr. Dorothy Patton

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. Dennis Paustenbach

McLaren/Hart

Alemeda, CA

Dr. Mary Burr Paxton

ENVIRON

Arlington, VA

Dr. Randall M. Peterman

Simon Fraser University

Burnaby, British Columbia

Canada

Dr. Kieth Pierson

E.I. du Pont Company

Newark, DE

Dr. David Policansky

National Research Council

Washington, DC

Dr. Donald B. Porcella

Electric Power Research Institute

Palo Alto, CA

Dr. David E. Reichle

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN

Dr. James Reisa

National Research Council

Washington, DC

Mr. Donald J. Rodier

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. Andrew Rosenberg

National Marine Fisheries Service

Woods Hole, MA

Dr. Matthew H. Royer

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Hyattsville, MD

Dr. Marvin A. Schneiderman

National Research Council

Washington, DC

Mr. Peter F. Seligman

Naval Ocean Systems Center

San Diego, CA

Ms. Judith Shaw

American Petroleum Institute

Washington, DC

Dr. Michael Slimak

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. Eric P. Smith

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Blacksburg, VA

Dr. Catherine St. Hilaire

Hershey Foods Corporation

Hershey, PA

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Ms. Anne Sprague

National Research Council

Washington, DC

Dr. Ralph G. Stahl, Jr.

E.I. du Pont Company

Newark, DE

Dr. Glenn Suter

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN

Dr. William H. van der Schalie

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Dr. Robert I. Van Hook

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN

Ms. Joyce Walz

National Research Council

Washington, DC

Dr. Daniel Wartenberg

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Piscataway, NJ

Mr. Michael T. Werner

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Hyattsville, MD

Dr. Bill Williams

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Corvallis, OR

Dr. William P. Wood

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Mr. Terry Yosie

American Petroleum Institute

Washington, DC

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The scientific basis, inference assumptions, regulatory uses, and research needs in risk assessment are considered in this two-part volume.

The first part, Use of Maximum Tolerated Dose in Animal Bioassays for Carcinogenicity, focuses on whether the maximum tolerated dose should continue to be used in carcinogenesis bioassays. The committee considers several options for modifying current bioassay procedures.

The second part, Two-Stage Models of Carcinogenesis, stems from efforts to identify improved means of cancer risk assessment that have resulted in the development of a mathematical dose-response model based on a paradigm for the biologic phenomena thought to be associated with carcinogenesis.

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