Trainee Andy Shapiro wins first place poster award at OpenTox USA 2013 meeting
Andy Shapiro, a Master of Science in Public Health student in Dr. Rusyn’s laboratory, won top prize for his poster “HAWC (Health Assessment Workspace Collaborative): a modular web-based interface to facilitate development of human health assessments of chemicals” at the OpenTox USA meeting in October.
HAWC is a modular, cloud-ready, content-management system to synthesize multiple data sources into overall human health assessments of chemicals.
This project was developed in collaboration with EPA/NCEA, and integrates the human health assessment workflow from literature search and review, to data extraction and evidence synthesis, dose-response analysis and uncertainty characterization, and creation of customized reports. By providing a web-based workspace, teams can collaborate and have real-time access to ongoing and completed assessments.
Shapiro will conduct two additional webinars this January.
The webinars are in collaboration with NIEHS/NTO Office of Health Assessment and Translation and are intended for US and international stakeholders who are involved in conducting scientific literature reviews for human health assessments.