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United States Environmental Protection Agency
BMDS Training Day 3B
Sponsored by: U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development, National Center for Environmental Assessment
Attendees should download and install the latest version of BMDS for this series.
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Presentation Overview:

EPA wants to bring the Benchmark Dose Modeling training and tutorial to CLU-IN members. This is a 6 module training covering all aspects of this modeling tool. Intended audience is risk assessors.

Participants will need to have version of BMDS 2.5 installed (with necessary administrative rights). The latest version of the software program can be found at: http://epa.gov/ncea/bmds/. Additionally, in order to use the BMDS Wizard templates, Microsoft Excel must be installed on the user's computers. For participants of the Modeling Time webinar, the R statistical package (preferably version 3.1.0) must also be installed on their computers. EPA users will need to locate their BMDS 250 and Wizard folders in the Users folder (C:\Users\name\BMDS250). Non-EPA users can locate their folders in other directories, but the Wizard folder MUST be in the same directory as the BMDS executable.

This session will cover Module 6: Benchmark Dose Modeling – Modeling Time (2 hrs)

Presenters: Instructors:
  • J. Allen Davis, MSPH, U.S. EPA National Center for Environmental Assessment (davis.allen@epa.gov or (919) 541-3789)
  • Jeff Gift, Ph.D., U.S. EPA National Center for Environmental Assessment (gift.jeff@epa.gov or (919) 541-4828)
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