PresenterAffiliationTitle of PresentationLink
Dr. F. Owen HoffmanOak Ridge Center for Risk AnalysisQuantifying Uncertainty in Dose - From the perspective of a person who evaluates uncertainty in environmental pathway modelsPDF
Dr. Ethel GilbertNational Cancer InstitutePoint of View of the StatisticianPDF
Dr. Roy ShoreRadiation Effects Research Foundation
Thoughts on Estimating Radiation Doses from an Epidemiologic PerspectivePDF
Dr. Harry M. CullingsRadiation Effects Research FoundationSize and Structure of the Estimated Uncertainty in Radiation Doses received by the Atomic Bomb Survivors in Hiroshima and NagasakiPDF
Dr. Donald A. PierceRERF - Retired
Allowance for dose-estimation errors in RERF dataPDF
Dr. Dale PrestonHIRO Soft, Inc./NCIDose Uncertainty and A-Bomb Survivor Risk Estimates: Possible ImprovementsPDF
Dr. Steven L. SimonNational Cancer InstituteThe NCI Schema for Incorporating Uncertainty into Estimates of Radiation Dose in a Study of Thyroid Disease in KazakhstanPDF
Dr. Deukwoo KwonNational Cancer InstituteKazakhstan Study: Approaches/Methods to Incorporate Dose Uncertainty into Risk AssessmentPDF
Dr. Charles LandNational Cancer Institute
Kazakhstan - Possible ImprovementsPDF
Dr. Vladimir DrozdovitchNational Cancer Institute
Quantification and Organization of Dose Uncertainties in IARC Thyroid Cancer StudyPDF
Dr. Elizabeth CardisCREAL Barcelona, SpainRisk of Thyroid Cancer Following I-131 Exposure in Childhood - Belarus/Russia/EU/IARC Case-Control StudyPDF
Dr. Andre BouvilleNational Cancer Institute
Epidemiology Branch Case Study 3b: NCI's Cohort StudyPDF
Dr. Alina BrennerNational Cancer Institute
Cohort Study of Thyroid Cancer and other Thyroid Diseases following the Chernobyl Accident - Analysis and Dose-ResponsePDF
Dr. Donna SpiegelmanHarvardThe Effect of Exposure Measurement Error (aka Dose Uncertainties) on Hazard Assessment and Dose-Response Estimation in Linear and Non-Linear ModelsPDF
Dr. Eduard HoferDorfen, GermanyHow is the Statistical Power of Hypothesis Tests affected by Dose Uncertainty?PDF
Dr. Daniel J. StromPacific Northwest National LaboratoryObservations on Uncertainties in DosimetryPDF


Follow-up DiscussionsPDF


NCI/NIAID Dosimetry Workshop Proceedings

May 8, 2009

Washington D.C.

The purpose of the workshop, organized by the National Cancer Institute and sponsored by the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), was to explore how uncertainties in individual dose estimates affect the statistical power and shape of the dose response in epidemiologic investigations. It was a follow-up of a workshop that was held by the National Cancer Institute on the same topic in September 1997. 

​This page provides a link to Adobe Acrobat pdf files of MS PowerPoint presentations made at the May 8th workshop that was held at the Georgetown University Conference Center in Washington D.C. The presentations are listed in the order in which they were given. In the days after the workshop there was continued discussion that occurred via e-mail. A link to these discussions are also included in the table below.

Uncertainties in Radiation Dosimetry

​and their Impact on Risk Analysis