Risk Benefits Analysis of Micronutrients
Journal Article 1/1/2004
Risk Assessment of Substances that are both Genotoxic and Carcinogenic
Journal Article 1/1/2006
Report of an International Conference organised by EFSA and WHO with support of ILSI Europe
Risk Assessment of Food-Contact Materials: Past Experience and Future Challenges
Journal Article 12/1/2009
Food Additives and Contaminants: Part A 2009;26(12):1526-1533
Risk assessment of combined exposures to multiple chemicals workshop report
Report/White Paper 1/1/2011
World Health Organization, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, and ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (2011). Risk assessment of combined exposures to multiple chemicals workshop report. Series on Testing & Assessment.
Risk assessment of combined exposure to multiple chemicals: A WHO/IPCS framework, annex B example case study B: Tier 0 – substances potentially detectable in surface water.
Journal Article 1/1/2011
Boobis, A., Budinsky, R., Crofton, K., Embry, M., Felter, S., Mihlan, G., Mumtaz, M., Price, P., Solomon, K., and Zaleski, R. (2011). Risk assessment of combined exposure to multiple chemicals: A WHO/IPCS framework, annex B example case study B: Tier 0 – substances potentially detectable in surface water. Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 60, S1-14.
Risk Assessment for Inhomogeneous Subgroups
Chapter 26 of the 1989 ILSI book Assessment of Inhalation Hazards (U Mohr, Editor. Springer-Verlag, Germany, 1989)
Risk Assessment Approaches to Setting Thermal Processes in Food Manufacture
Report/White Paper 1/1/2012
Commissioned by the Risk Analysis in Food Microbiology Task Force, ILSI Europe Report Series 2012: 1-40
Risk Assessment and Characterization of Chemicals in Food
Journal Article 1/1/2001
Chinese translation of an ILSI Europe Publication
Revising the Daily Values May Affect Food Fortification and in Turn Nutrient Intake Adequacy
Journal Article 10/16/2013
This study modeled the implications for eight micronutrients based on two potential methods, proposed by the FDA for recalculating DVs using the newer Dietary Reference Intakes.
Review of Moderate Alcohol Consumption and Reduced Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: Is the Effect Due to Beer, Wine, or Spirits?
Journal Article 1/1/1996