Assistant Professor, Food Safety Risk Assessment, Department of Food Science and Technology
University of Nebraska, Lincoln 237, Food Industry Complex, Lincoln NE 68583, USA
Dr. Bing Wang is a human health risk analyst, particularly applying risk assessment approach in addressing food safety issues. Her primary research interests center around human health risk assessment, epidemiology and research synthesis methodologies. She has applied the principles of those disciplines to a diverse of fields, including charactering the risks of sparsely tested chemicals, developing probabilistic evidence-synthesis method for dose-response assessment, risk-benefit analysis of nutrient fortification in grain food, and exposure assessment of foodborne pathogens along animal protein production chain, to improve the use of scientific information in regulatory decisions and understand how risk perception influences decisions about health and safety.
Food safety risk assessment, Risk assessment methodological development, Predictive toxicology, Development or extension of existing tools to better characterize risk including quantitative uncertainty analysis, Nutritional epidemiology, Nutritional risk-benefit analysis, Veterinary epidemiology