Table of Contents

Uncertainties in epidemiological studies.
Uncertainties in major radioepidemiological studies.
Uncertainties in noncancer effects.
Uncertainties in genetic/heritable effects of radiation.
Utility and limitations of animal and cellular data in support of.
Epidemiological studies: biomarkers and mechanistic information.
Quantification of uncertainty in radiation risk with a special focus on excess lifetime risk projection and probability of causation of a specific disease.
Role of risk estimates and their uncertainty in radiation protection.
Identification of new epidemiological data for assessing uncertainty in risk estimations.