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Cardno ChemRisk Scientists Participate in Webinar Titled "Risk Communication - It's Not Just About the Facts"

Two of our scientists, Drs. Marisa Kreider and Denise Hill, will be presenting at a webinar titled "Risk Communication - It's Not Just About the Facts", hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), on Tuesday, July 25th at 9:30AM (EDT). The presenters will be discussing various aspects of risk communication. Dr. Hill will be covering risk perception, specifically public concerns regarding land-based fracking operations, and Dr. Kreider's talk will be focused around the science of risk assessment and the challenges hazard-driven regulatory agendas are causing with respect to risk communication.  You can register for this webinar here

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Ms. Luda Kopelovich is a Senior Associate Health Scientist with Cardno ChemRisk. She is a graduate of the University of California, Davis where she earned a bachelor’s of science degree in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, and also a bachelor’s of art degree in Russian.  She received her MPH from University of California, Berkeley in 2015.  At Cardno ChemRisk (formerly ChemRisk, LLC), Ms. Kopelovich is regularly involved in litigation support, literature reviews, and exposure assessment. Her training includes risk assessment, dose reconstruction and evaluation, and environmental and occupational epidemiology. Additionally, she has been involved with assessing occupational, environmental, and consumer exposure to various chemicals, including asbestos, silica, diacetyl, benzene, toluene, and dibutyl phthalate.