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Call for abstracts

The 2014 SRA-Asia meeting will be held on August 20-23, 2014 at Taipei, Taiwan. It is open for paper submission. All topics related to risk analysis or risk governance are highly welcome to submit. Authors wishing to present their work at the conference in the form of an oral presentation or poster are requested to submit an abstract no later than June 30th, 2014. The final decision of your presentation format will depend on the reviews of your abstract. Upon acceptance, authors will be notified before July 15th, 2014. The final program schedule will be available at the mid of July 2014.


 Five papers submitted by young scientists (post-doctors and graduate students) will be selected to make presentation in young scientist session and will be awarded with certificate and prize.

  Three nominations for poster award, 2 for out-standing papers, and 1 for the top three papers, who wins from 100 to 500 USD prize!

On-line submission of individual abstract

The abstract of an individual paper should be submitted online. Please submit your abstract to the following website.

The abstract should be 500 words maximum and specify the field of interest, issues addressed, methodology applied and results achieved or expected.



Example of an abstract

Title: Assessment of the Occupational Exposure Limit of p-Phenylenediamine for Hairdressers

Author 1, Author2


2 Affiliation



p-Phenylenediamine (PPD) is an ingredient of permanent oxidative hair colouring products. PPD was reported to cause severe allergic contact dermatitis. The exposures to PPD for hair dressers have been of concerns. Previous studies were conducted to elicit allergic skin reaction as a function of the applied concentrations on skin and exposure duration. In order to protect the hairdressers, PPD was banned by Sweden and France, but many countries regulate PPD contents in hair coloring products including European Cosmetics Toiletry and Perfumery Association and U. S. A. Currently, there is not an occupational exposure limit of PPD. Therefore, the aim of this study was to propose occupational exposure level of PPD for hairdressers by using health risk assessment. Previously, 16 volunteers were tested with patches containing 1%, 0.3%, 0.1% and 0.01% PPD in petroleum for 15 min, 30 min and for 120 min. These data were used for dose-response relationship modeling by using the Benchmark dose software. Only the log-probit and log-logistic models fit this data set. A BMDL10 0.57 % x min was adopted, and a uncertainty factor of 20 accounting for inter-individual differences and incompletion of the data sets was used to derive the proposed exposure level at 0.6 mg of PPD in petroleum on skin in a 8-hr work shift. (This example is adopted from Professor Wu’s collaborative work)


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