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Risk Sciences International, Inc. (RSI) is a Canada-based, international leader in understanding, managing, and communicating risks that impact public health and safety, livelihoods, property, infrastructure, the environment and more broadly, all aspects of society, industry and government.

RSI delivers professional scientific, analytical, operational and decision-support services that help clients make sound choices and operationalize their response to risk with confidence. RSI's expertise reduces uncertainty and provides decision makers with the best information possible for every circumstance.

RSI staff have worked for renowned organizations in the private, public, academic, and non-governmental sectors. This internationally recognized team includes scientists, engineers, professional and technical staff allowing them to offer multi-dimensional support across a wide spectrum of organizations and issues.

RSI Experts

Risk Sciences International is staffed and supported by a team of highly motivated and qualified risk experts working across multiple sectors of global society. All three teams — Senior, Staff, and Associate Experts — provide RSI clients the sound, evidence-based support that is needed during the most difficult times when lives and livelihoods are at risk.

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Daniel Krewski

Dr. Krewski currently serves as Chief Risk Scientist and CEO of Risk Sciences International, a Canadian company founded in 2006 in partnership with the University of Ottawa. He also holds academic appointments as Professor in the School of Epidemiology and Public Health and Scientific Director of the McLaughlin Centre for Population Health Risk Assessment in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa.


Greg Paoli

As RSI’s Principal Risk Scientist and COO, Greg Paoli is currently working with a broad spectrum of clients in the public and private sectors, with the greatest emphasis on the development of new approaches to transform regulatory systems to be more “risk-based” at multiple levels: how senior decision-makers process risk information and make the “tough choices” in regulating health and safety, how an organization can optimize its resources across a diverse mandate to maximize total “portfolio-level” risk reduction, and how to operationalize key resources like the scheduling of inspections when faced with thousands of inspection targets, but not enough resources to inspect all of them.


Donald Mattison

Dr. Donald Mattison was appointed Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President of Risk Sciences International in 2012. Dr. Mattison also serves as Associate Director of the McLaughlin Centre for Population Health Risk Assessment and as Adjunct Professor at the School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa. He is also Medical Advisor to QuarterWatch: Monitoring FDA MedWatch Reports published by the Institute for Safe Medication Practices in Horsham, Pennsylvania.


Cemil ‘Jim’ Alyanak

Now serving as RSI’s Vice-President Communications and Strategic Initiatives, for years Cemil has provided organizations with guidance designed to transmit mission-critical messages. An anti-tobacco campaign is not about promoting a strategy, it’s about saving lives. Get the message wrong and people die. That type of commitment to results is what Cemil brings to Risk Sciences International.


Emma Hartnett

Dr. Hartnett currently works on the development of risk-based decision-making processes and tools to support public risk assessment. Current focus includes: working with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency exploring methodologies to support risk-based monitoring of contaminants in food; working with Transport Canada to develop guidelines and methodologies to support risk-based decisions related to public risks from the transportation system; working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on continuing expansions and improvements to the FDA-iRISK tool.


Todd Ruthman

Todd Ruthman’s current focus is on tools that help regulators visualize and understand the public risk burden within their mandates to help inform risk-based decisions. Mr. Ruthman provides design, management, modelling, coding, and database development expertise for these tools. Mr. Ruthman also manages the RSI development group enhancing previously released tools…


Franco Momoli

Dr. Momoli is the acting Practice Lead for Chemical and Product Safety at Risk Sciences International, as well as an adjunct professor in the School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa.


Providing expertise is a great responsibility. It requires a sense of commitment and a desire for positive outcomes. Expertise also requires the right combination of qualifications and experience. Risk Sciences International is not unique in that they did not invent the quest for the best talent. They are, however, committed to remaining among those who constantly strive to attract and retain the best and most skilled staff.

Ultimately, guidance is a balancing act, one that RSI takes very seriously.



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Hong Duan

Since joining RSI’s technical team in 2011, Hong has focused on developing risk-based database-driven web projects. Her extensive knowledge and experience, has helped RSI to develop high quality software for multiple clients including the Public Health Agency of Canada, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations based in Rome, and the World Health Organization based in Geneva.


Jennifer Go

Jennifer joined RSI in August of 2017 as a Risk Analyst with specialization in epidemiology. She possesses a diverse set of skills that contributes to her flexibility to work on a wide range of scientific projects. In particular, Jennifer has research experience in programming using SAS, manipulating large datasets, constructing statistical models, interpreting quantitative data, …


Nataliya Karyakina

Dr. Nataliya Karyakina has solid knowledge and extensive experience in hazard identification and human health risk assessments of toxic chemicals present in air, water, food and consumer products. Her research focuses on multidisciplinary studies of potential adverse health effects.


Martin LeBlanc

Mr. Martin LeBlanc is responsible for growing RSI’s book of business, supporting all activities to this end. His line is always open to assist clients old and new. He strives to understand and provide a client’s unique need on a project, having done so for many government and private clients across the health, nuclear, power generation, aerospace, manufacturing, transportation and national defence sectors.


Siva Ramoju

Siva Ramoju holds Masters Degrees in Biotechnology as well as Cellular Toxicology. His previous and present work in cellular toxicology has provided him with training and research experience in understanding how chemicals can damage individual cells, and an understanding of toxicity from the perspective of the whole animal.


Natalia (Natasha) Shilnikova

At RSI, Dr. Natalia (Natasha) Shilnikova has been working on projects involving toxicology, epidemiology and human health risk assessment, such as development of toxicity profiles for several chemicals on Health Canada’s Domestic Substances List (DSL); a systematic review of potential cancer and reproductive risks of artificial sweeteners for the International…


Michael G. Tyshenko

Dr. Tyshenko is involved with various health risk issues and is the lead on chemical peer reviews at RSI. He continues international research on infectious disease health policy and evidence-based decision-making for SARS, MERS and COVID-19 with a collaborative working group from China, USA, and the UAE. Other ongoing work in Nepal with the Ministry of Health in collaboration…


Anne Wiles

For her work at RSI, Anne has built on her previous experience and academic research through work on communication on nuclear power and nuclear waste disposal; developing communication strategies and messaging on health risk issues; and delivering training on risk communication. She has also applied her familiarity with risk regulation in many projects on government…


Finding and selecting external experts is another balancing act, one that RSI engages in with great attention. RSI complements its internal resources with external expertise by selecting only the most qualified and experienced scientists, analysts and risk managers, experts who also have the flexibility and reactivity that our clients demand.

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Anne Jolly

Dr. Ann Jolly is an Associate Professor, School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa. She now works at the University of Ottawa teaching and researching how pathogens spread through social networks of vulnerable people.

C. Calvin Willhite

He serves on the editorial boards of Toxicology & Applied Pharmacology, the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health and Toxicology. Dr. Willhite has published primarily in developmental toxicology and quantitative structure-activity relationships. Dr. Willhite has been a member of the National Academy’s Committee on Toxicology, the U.S. EPA’s National Advisory Committee, the NTP’s SACATM, ILSI’s Structure-Activity Database Project, the National Research Council’s Submarine Air Quality and Acute Exposure Guidelines Subcommittees, the NSF Health Advisory Board, the ACGIH Committee on Threshold Limit Values, the IARC Cancer Chemoprevention Panel, and the Cal/OSHA’s Lead in Construction PEL Committee.

David E Atkinson

Dr. Atkinson’s main interest centers around understanding how weather affects an array of human and natural systems, in particular along coastal regions and in the marine environment, using an array of techniques including computer model analysis, work with end-users, and field instrument deployments. His region of specialization is the Arctic and BC.

Douglas McNair

Douglas McNair is one of four Cerner software developers who have received the designation Engineering Fellow. He has for the past 7 years served as President of Cerner Math, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cerner Corporation comprised of a team of PhD-trained applied mathematicians, bioinformaticists, financial engineers, and data scientists dedicated to discovering, validating, developing, and curating machine-learning (ML) based Artificial Intelligence (AI) predictive analytics solutions in preventive care and health services safety, quality, and value. Cerner Math develops AI for Cerner client institutions, for governments and public-sector agencies, and for non-traditional health services and public health organizations.

Ian Arnold

Since 2002, Dr. Arnold has been a consultant to the International Aluminium Institute, the International Council on Mining and Metals, Rio Tinto, Activation Analysis Inc., TDV Global, EEM, and Sun Life.

Ila Cote

Dr. Cote is a risk assessor, strategic planner and manager, as well as an advisor to both U.S. and foreign governmental decision-makers. She has been a leader, for over 35 years, in the application of emerging and existing science to understand human health risks. She has conducted and overseen hundreds of risk assessments on a wide variety of environmental problems. Former positions at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency include: Senior Science Advisor, and Acting Division Director (air toxics and criteria pollutant assessments) at the National Center for Environmental Assessment.

James Gomes

Dr. James Gomes, PhD is an Associate Expert with Risk Sciences International and an associate professor at the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa. Dr. Gomes is affiliated with the Institute of Population Health, Institute of Environment, and Center for Advanced Research in Environmental Genomics. He supervises graduate students in the Population Health Program, Epidemiology Program, Cellular and Molecular Medicine and Certificate Program in Population Health Risk Assessment.

John Lark

John Lark is an accomplished manager with broad experience in the management of staff, budgets and deliverables. John Lark has managed research teams, chaired federal-provincial committees, and facilitated workshops at the Board level of large-scale organizations with domestic and international operations. He is a leader in risk management whose skills have been recognized internationally.

Leonard Ritter

Professor Len Ritter is currently Professor Emeritus of Toxicology in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph. Len has served on various expert panels and boards including the International Centre on Pesticide Safety, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the National Cancer Institute of Canada and the Canadian Cancer Society, the US National Cancer Institute, and the World Health Organization Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives. Len advises government departments and agencies, and various industries, in Canada and abroad on issues related to pesticides, risks from exposure to toxic chemicals, and human health risk assessment.

Margaret Wilson

Margaret Wilson’s current focus is in risk analysis built on a broad background in the biological sciences, including graduate-level study in developmental biology, neurophysiology and microbiology.

Mark Raizenne

He has more than 30 years of experience in the public service dealing with environmental and public health related issues. Dr. Raizenne has worked in various organizations of the federal health portfolio of Health Canada, as a researcher/scientist and a manager of science programs. Dr. Raizenne was the Director General for the Centre for Food-borne, Environmental and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (CFEZID), in the Public Health Agency of Canada. With Health Canada, Dr. Raizenne’s research focused on the importance of the environmental contaminants, specifically air quality, on human health.

Melvin Andersen

Dr. Andersen has held a number of key positions over a 45 year career in toxicology and risk assessment, including Chief Science Officer at The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences and Professor of Environmental Health at Colorado State University.

Michael G. Bird

Dr. Bird is an Associate Expert at Risk Sciences International and an Affiliate Scientist at McLaughlin Centre for Human Health Risk Assessment, and has an adjunct appointment at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University, NJ, USA.

Nawal Farhat

Nawal Farhat is an epidemiologist with recent experience in systematic reviews and large databases. She has provided services to RSI at all stages of systematic reviews that assess the health effects of various exposures. As part of her PhD research at the University of Ottawa, she analysed a large database comprised of electronic medical records;…

Patricia Larkin

Her work is currently focused on human health and environmental risk management for climate change mitigation options and adaptation planning. Patricia serves on various boards of regional importance, including the Mississippi Rideau Source Protection Committee.

Philip Byer

Dr. Philip Byer is a Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering and the Centre for Environment at the University of Toronto. Dr. Byer is a registered Professional Engineer in Ontario. His teaching, research, and professional work are in the areas of environmental planning, project evaluation, environmental impact and risk assessment, and municipal waste management.

Philippe Autier

Since 2009, Dr. Philippe Autier has been the Vice-President, Population Studies at the International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI). The position requires project coordination and supervision of scientific works done by a team of biostatisticians, computer specialists and assistants, and involves collaboration with economists, engineers and with other professionals. In the past 3 years Dr. Autier has been the Keynote lecturer at eleven conferences where he has presented conclusions of his studies to official bodies, public companies, Associations and NPO’s through-out the world. He has contributed to over 165 scientific publications since 1987 as lead author or in collaboration with other researchers.

Sam Kacew

Sam Kacew is a Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Ottawa, and Associate Director of Toxicology of the Institute for Population Health at the University of Ottawa.

Syed A. Sattar

Syed A. Sattar is Founding Director of the Centre for Research on Environmental Microbiology (CREM), and also Professor Emeritus of Microbiology at the University of Ottawa. He regularly provides scientific and technical input to regulatory agencies, international organizations, as well as the private sector. He is a registered member of the Canadian College of Microbiologists and a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, and was also recently appointed Senior Scientific Advisor to Health Science North (Sudbury, ON, Canada).

Tee L. Guidotti

Dr. Tee Guidotti is an international consultant in Occupational and Environmental Health. He retired in 2008 as Professor of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at The George Washington University, where he was Chair of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health in the School of Public Health and Health Services, and Director of the Division of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology of the Department of Medicine, School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

William Leiss

William Leiss is a Fellow and Past-President (1999-2001) of the Royal Society of Canada, and an Officer in the Order of Canada. From 1999 to 2005, he held the NSERC/SSHRC Research Chair in Risk Communication and Public Policy in the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary.

Helping clients, their stakeholders and constituents to avoid, mitigate, or otherwise reduce the exposure to or consequences of a risk, whether that risk be a health risk, an industrial one, or one that affects society at large, is RSI's greatest reward.

Clients and Stakeholders


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Federal, regional and local government authorities and international/multilateral organizations including the United Nations and UN Agencies:

  1. Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC)
  2. Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES)
  3. Agriculture - Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)
  4. Alberta Health and Wellness Services
  5. Arctic Aquatic Research Division
  6. Australian Food Safety Centre (FSC)
  7. Basel Convention on the Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Waste
  8. BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC)
  9. BC Ministry of Environment (BCMoE)
  10. BC Ministry of Transport (BCMoT)
  11. Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)
  12. Canadian Heritage (PCH)
  13. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) of FDA
  14. Central Research Institute of Japan
  15. China Institute for Radiation Protection
  16. Chinese Center for Disease Control & Prevention
  17. City of Barrie
  18. City of Calgary
  19. City of Kingston
  20. City of Mississauga
  21. City of Ottawa
  22. City of Toronto
  23. Community of Federal Regulators (CFR)
  24. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
  25. Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVCA)
  26. Crown Indigenous and Northern Affairs (CIRNA)
  27. Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)
  28. Dene First Nation
  29. Department of Finance Canada (FIN)
  30. Department of Health, UK
  31. Department of Justice Canada (JUS)
  32. Department of National Defence (DND)
  33. Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)
  34. Environmental Commission of Ontario (ECO)
  35. European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
  36. European Free Trade Agreement (EFTA)
  37. European Union (EU)
  38. Fisheries & Oceans Canada (DFO)
  39. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  40. Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI)
  41. GIZ
  42. Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
  43. Global Observatory for eHealth (WHO)
  44. Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health (WHO)
  45. Government of New Brunswick (GNB)
  46. Government of Northwest Territories (GNWT)
  47. Greater Vancouver Regional District
  48. Green Cross International (GCI)
  49. Health Canada (HC)
  50. Homeland Security Centers of Excellence (HS-Centers) of U.S. Dept of Homeland Security.
  51. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC)
  52. Industry Canada (IC)
  53. International Agency for Research on Cancer (WHO)
  54. International AIDS Society (IAS)
  55. International Air Transport Association (IATA)
  56. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
  57. International Labour Organization (ILO)
  58. International Organization for Migration (IOM)
  59. International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  60. International Social Security Association (ISSA)
  61. International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
  62. Japan Atomic Energy Agency
  63. Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
  64. Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority
  65. Measurement Canada (MC)
  66. MetroLinx
  67. National Centre for Food Protection & Defense (NCFPD) Homeland Security Center of Excellence)
  68. National Research Council Canada (NRC)
  69. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
  70. New Brunswick Government (GNB), Dept. of Environment and Local Government
  71. Northern Ontario Public Services
  72. Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA)
  73. Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPCC)
  74. Ontario Association for Impact Assessment (OAIA)
  75. Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR)
  76. Ontario Ministry of Infrastructure
  77. Ontario Ministry of the Environment & Climate Change (OMECC)
  78. Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)
  79. Public Health England (PHE)
  80. Public Safety Canada (PSC)
  81. Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC)
  82. Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC)
  83. Regional Municipality of Durham
  84. Regional Municipality of Waterloo
  85. RIVM National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
  86. Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership (WHO)
  87. Statistics Canada (StatCan)
  88. Stop TB Partnership
  89. Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA)
  90. Tobacco Free Initiative TFI (WHO)
  91. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)
  92. Toronto Public Health (TPH)
  93. Transport Canada (TC)
  94. Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada (TBS)
  95. UN Watch
  96. UN-Habitat
  98. United Nations (UN)
  99. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
  100. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
  101. United Nations Human Rights (OHCHR)
  102. United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
  103. United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
  104. United Nations Volunteers
  105. Universal Postal Union (UPU)
  106. UNplus
  107. US Army Natick Soldier RD&E Center - Combat Feeding Directorate (DFAS)
  108. US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  109. US Dept of Homeland Security (DHS)
  110. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  111. US Food & Drug Administration (FDA)
  112. USAID Office of Transitional Initiatives
  113. USDA Agricultural Research Service - Eastern Regional Research Center (ARS-ERRC)
  114. USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)
  115. Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB)
  116. World AIDS Day (WAD)
  117. World Alliance for Patient Safety (WHO)
  118. World Health Day (WHO)
  119. World Health Organization (WHO)
  120. World Health Professions Alliance (WHPA)
  121. World Trade Organization (WTO)
  122. World Urban Campaign (WUC)
  123. World Water Day (WHO)


Non-governmental organizations, other civil society organizations, as well as private-public partnerships that RSI has either served or partnered with:

  1. 4TRANSIT Joint Venture
  2. Air and Waste Management Association (AWSA)
  3. Aluminium REACH Consortium (ARC)
  4. America Frozen Food Institute (AFFI)
  5. America Water Works Association (AWWA)
  6. Americal Chemistry Council (ACC)
  7. American Blood Centers
  8. American Cancer Society
  9. American Childhood Cancer Organization
  10. BioVision - World Life Sciences Forum
  11. Building and Wood Workers' International (BWI)
  12. Bureau de Normalization du Quebec
  13. Canadian Blood Services (CBS)
  14. Canadian Climate Forum (CCF)
  15. Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI)
  16. Canadian Gas Association (CGA)
  17. Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC)
  18. Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
  19. Cancer Care Ontario (CCO)
  20. Center for Product Safety (CPS)
  21. Centre for Public Management
  22. Children's Mercy Hospital and Clinics
  23. Children's National Medical Center
  24. Clarity Healthcare
  25. Clean Air Partnership
  26. Climate Risk Institute (CRI)
  27. Clinton Foundation
  28. Conceptis Inc (WebMD)
  29. Council of Canadian Academies
  30. Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA)
  31. Ecumenical Loan Funds For Human Development (ECLOF)
  32. Europa Donna, The European Breast Cancer Coalition
  33. European Aluminum Association (EAA)
  34. Fonterra Co-Operative Group
  35. Franciscans International (FI)
  36. Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)
  37. Global Forum for Health Research (GFHR)
  38. Global Movement for Children (GMC)
  39. GRACE GmbH - SASforREACH Consortium
  40. ICF International Inc. (ICF)
  41. Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté
  42. Institute for Safe Medical Practices (ISMP)
  43. Institute of Food Research (IFR)
  44. International Aluminium Institute (IAI)
  45. International Bridges to Justice (IBJ)
  46. International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC)
  47. International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
  48. International Copper Association (ICA)
  49. International Council on Mining and Metals Limited (ICMM)
  50. International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions (ICEM)
  51. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
  52. International Federation of University Women (IFUW)
  53. International Hospital Federation
  54. International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
  55. International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI)
  56. International Manganese Institute (IMnI)
  57. International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF)
  58. International Prevention Research Institute (IPRI)
  59. International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
  60. International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
  61. ISGlobal Barcelona Institute for Global Health
  62. Joint Expert Meeting on Microbiological Risk Assessment (JEMRA) Tof FAO/WHO
  63. Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN) UMD-FDA
  64. Korea Institute of Radiological and Medical Sciences
  65. Livestock Innovation Research Corporation (LRIC)
  66. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
  67. Medicines Patent Pool (MPP)
  68. Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation, and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO)
  69. Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA)
  70. National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
  71. National Cancer Institute (NCI)
  72. National Pork Board
  73. Netherlands Cancer Institute
  74. Northern Climate Exchange (NCE)
  75. Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO)
  76. Oak foundation
  77. Ontario Power Generation (OPG)
  78. Ontario Regional Climate Change Consortium (ORCCC)
  79. Organization of African First Ladies Against AIDS (OAFLA)
  80. PregMedic
  81. Public Services International (PSI)
  82. Radiation Effects Research Foundation
  83. Ramsar convention on wetlands
  84. Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
  85. RTI International
  86. Science and Technology Center in Ukraine
  87. Small Arms Survey
  88. Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)
  89. South Carolina College of Pharmacy
  90. Standards Council of Canada (SCC)
  91. Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate ENSI
  92. The Aluminum Association (AA)
  93. Toronto Community Housing (TCH)
  94. Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment
  95. Trade Union Advisory Committee
  96. Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)
  97. Union Network International (UNI)
  98. WaterSMART Solutions Ltd
  99. World AIDS Campaign (WAC)
  100. World Council of Churches (WCC)
  101. World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM)
  102. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF International)
  103. World YWCA Young Women's Christian Association


Companies both large and small:

  1. A-Maps Environmental Inc. 
  2. AECOM Canada Limited 
  3. Ajilon Consulting 
  4. Arcelor
  5. Associated Engineering Alberta Ltd. (ASENG)
  6. BGC Engineering Inc.
  7. BMW Gmbh
  8. Bull Hausser and Tupper LLC
  9. Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz
  10. Canadian National (CN)
  11. Coca Cola Company
  12. Copp Clark Ltd.
  13. Crawford and Company Canada Inc
  14. CRDF Global
  15. Dillon Consulting Limited
  16. Dow Chemical Company 
  17. Emdata Co. Ltd. 
  18. Emmons & Olivier Resources Canada Inc. (EOR)
  19. Engineers Canada
  20. ESSA Technologies Ltd. 
  21. Federated Press
  22. FNC Technology Co., Ltd.
  23. Geneva International Airport
  24. Hatch Limited
  25. Helmholtz Zentrum München
  26. Hydro Ottawa
  27. ICF International
  28. Intersol Group Ltd.
  29. Intertek Health Sciences Inc.
  30. IRIS Legal
  31. Japan Nus Company Ltd.
  32. King & Spalding
  33. Lakind Associates LLC
  34. Lansdowne Technologies
  35. Lapointe Engineering Ltd 
  36. Lockheed Martin
  37. Lumina Decision Systems
  38. Manulife Financial Real Estate
  39. MARS Foods (China) Co. Ltd.
  40. Matrix Solutions Inc
  41. McCague Borlack LLP
  42. McCarthy Tetrault LLP
  43. Meat and Livestock Australia
  44. MITACS 
  45. Mondelēz International
  46. Morrison Hershfield
  47. Moto Internationale
  48. Motosport Plus
  49. Nodelcorp Consulting Inc
  50. NORR
  51. Novel Futures Corporation
  52. NTNU Regnskapsseksjonen
  53. Phillips & Paolicelli LLP (P2Law)
  54. Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) 
  55. Querencia Partners Ltd.
  56. R.V. Anderson Associates Ltd
  57. Restaino Law Firm
  58. Rio Tinto
  59. RWDI Air Inc 
  60. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) 
  61. Social and Scientific Systems, Inc
  62. Stantec Consulting Ltd. 
  63. Summit Toxicology LLP
  64. TetraTech Inc.
  65. Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
  66. Torys LLP
  67. TriEdge & Associates
  68. Unilever 
  69. Versar, Inc.
  70. WSPA-Maps Environmental Inc. 
  71. AECOM Canada Limited 
  72. Ajilon Consulting 
  73. Arcelor
  74. Associated Engineering Alberta Ltd. (ASENG)
  75. BGC Engineering Inc.
  76. BMW Gmbh
  77. Bull Hausser and Tupper LLC
  78. Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz
  79. Canadian National (CN)
  80. Coca Cola Company
  81. Copp Clark Ltd.
  82. Crawford and Company Canada Inc
  83. CRDF Global
  84. Dillon Consulting Limited
  85. Dow Chemical Company 
  86. Emdata Co. Ltd. 
  87. Emmons & Olivier Resources Canada Inc. (EOR)
  88. Engineers Canada
  89. ESSA Technologies Ltd. 
  90. Federated Press
  91. FNC Technology Co., Ltd.
  92. Geneva International Airport
  93. Hatch Limited
  94. Helmholtz Zentrum München
  95. Hydro Ottawa
  96. ICF International
  97. Intersol Group Ltd.
  98. Intertek Health Sciences Inc.
  99. IRIS Legal
  100. Japan Nus Company Ltd.
  101. King & Spalding
  102. Lakind Associates LLC
  103. Lansdowne Technologies
  104. Lapointe Engineering Ltd 
  105. Lockheed Martin
  106. Lumina Decision Systems
  107. Manulife Financial Real Estate
  108. MARS Foods (China) Co. Ltd.
  109. Matrix Solutions Inc
  110. McCague Borlack LLP
  111. McCarthy Tetrault LLP
  112. Meat and Livestock Australia
  113. MITACS 
  114. Mondelēz International
  115. Morrison Hershfield
  116. Moto Internationale
  117. Motosport Plus
  118. Nodelcorp Consulting Inc
  119. NORR
  120. Novel Futures Corporation
  121. NTNU Regnskapsseksjonen
  122. Phillips & Paolicelli LLP (P2Law)
  123. Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) 
  124. Querencia Partners Ltd.
  125. R.V. Anderson Associates Ltd
  126. Restaino Law Firm
  127. Rio Tinto
  128. RWDI Air Inc 
  129. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) 
  130. Social and Scientific Systems, Inc
  131. Stantec Consulting Ltd. 
  132. Summit Toxicology LLP
  133. TetraTech Inc.
  134. Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
  135. Torys LLP
  136. TriEdge & Associates
  137. Unilever 
  138. Versar, Inc.
  139. WSP



Universities and research institutes that RSI has served or partnered with:

  1. Carleton University
  2. Dankook University
  3. Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal  
  4. George Washington University 
  5. Harvard University  
  6. International Prevention Research Institute (IPRI)
  7. International University of Health and Welfare, Tochigi, Japan
  8. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  9. Keio University 
  10. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  11. McGill University
  12. McLaughlin Centre for Population Health
  13. Medizinische Hochschule Brandenburg Theodor Fontane
  14. Nagasaki University
  15. Oak Ridge Associated Universities 
  16. Ottawa Hospital Research Institute 
  17. Rutgers University
  18. Trent University 
  19. Universitätsmedizin Greifswald
  20. Université de Montréal 
  21. University of Alberta
  22. University of Bergen
  23. University of Calgary
  24. University of California, Berkeley
  25. University of California, San Francisco
  26. University of Guelph
  27. University of Korea 
  28. University of Manchester
  29. University of Maryland
  30. University of Melbourne
  31. University of Minnesota
  32. University of Ottawa 
  33. University of Pennsylvania
  34. University of Prince Edward Island
  35. University of Southern California
  36. University of Tasmania 
  37. University of Toronto
  38. University of Washington
  39. University of Windsor
  40. Vanderbilt University
  41. Yukon College

The list of organizations, companies, and governments above in no way denotes or implies support or endorsement by these entities. The list is intended as an indication of the breadth of work led and undertaken by Risk Sciences International staff.

Risk cannot be a proprietary battle. One person's discovery can mean another person's safety or survival.

RSI scientists are committed to publishing peer reviewed articles, not for the recognition, but in the hope, the sincere hope, that our ideas can contribute to the greater good.

Selected Publications by RSI Staff


Collectively, staff at Risk Sciences International have published over one-thousand peer-reviewed articles since RSI's founding in 2006.

A small selection of RSI staff publications on understanding, managing and communicating diverse risks is presented below.

Armstrong, V., N. A. Karyakina, E. Nordheim, I. Arnold, and D. Krewski. 2020. 'Overview of REACH: Issues Involved in the Registration of Metals', Neurotoxicology. In press.

Blinder, H., F. Momoli, J. Bokhaut, V. Bacal, R. Goldberg, D. Radhakrishnan, and S. L. Katz. 2020. 'Predictors of adherence to positive airway pressure therapy in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis', Sleep Med, 69: 19-33.

Chen, Y., X. Yang, C. Guo, Y. Liao, L. Guo, W. Chen, I. Chen, D. Krewski, S. W. Wen, and R. H. Xie. 2020. 'Prevalence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Following Caesarean Section: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis', J Womens Health (Larchmt), 29: 200-09.

Fitzpatrick, E. M., L. McCurdy, J. Whittingham, R. Rourke, F. Nassrallah, V. Grandpierre, F. Momoli, and V. Bijelic. 2020. 'Hearing loss prevalence and hearing health among school-aged children in the Canadian Arctic', Int J Audiol: 1-11.

Krewski, D., M. E. Andersen, M. G. Tyshenko, K. Krishnan, T. Hartung, K. Boekelheide, J. F. Wambaugh, D. Jones, M. Whelan, R. Thomas, C. Yauk, T. Barton-Maclaren, and I. Cote. 2020. 'Toxicity testing in the 21st century: progress in the past decade and future perspectives', Arch Toxicol, 94: 1-58.

Lapner, P., J. W. Pollock, T. Zhang, S. Ruggiero, F. Momoli, A. Sheikh, and G. S. Athwal. 2020. 'A randomized controlled trial comparing subscapularis tenotomy with peel in anatomic shoulder arthroplasty', J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 29: 225-34.

Lawrence, S. L., D. Grynspan, M. Chan, J. Hurteau, C. L. E. Nizalik, F. Momoli, and E. Ferretti. 2020. 'Neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis: a case series examining clinical diagnosis with discrepant versus concordant autopsy results', J Perinatol. 40(6):928-934.

Mattison, D., C. Gravel, D. Krewski, L. Azoulay, B. Hicks, and A. Douros. 2020. 'Direct oral anticoagulants and oesophageal disorders: a pharmacovigilance analysis', Eur J Clin Pharmacol. 76(7):1045-1047.

McKelvie, B. L., A. T. Lobos, J. Chan, F. Momoli, and J. D. McNally. 2020. 'High Rate of Medical Emergency Team Activation in Children with Tracheostomy', J Pediatr Intensive Care, 9: 27-33.

Oraby, T., M. G. Tyshenko, H. H. Balkhy, Y. Tasnif, A. Quiroz-Gaspar, Z. Mohamed, A. Araya, S. Elsaadany, E. Al-Mazroa, M. A. Alhelail, Y. M. Arabi, and M. Al-Zoughool. 2020. 'Analysis of the Healthcare MERS-CoV Outbreak in King Abdulaziz Medical Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, June-August 2015 Using a SEIR Ward Transmission Model', Int J Environ Res Public Health, 17.

Pasqual, E., G. Castano-Vinyals, I. Thierry-Chef, N. Kojimahara, M. R. Sim, M. Kundi, D. Krewski, F. Momoli, B. Lacour, T. Remen, K. Radon, T. Weinmann, E. Petridou, M. Moschovi, R. Dikshit, S. Sadetski, M. Maule, M. Farinotti, M. Ha, A. t Mannetje, J. Alguacil, N. Aragones, R. Vermeulen, H. Kromhout, and E. Cardis. 2020. 'Exposure to Medical Radiation during Fetal Life, Childhood and Adolescence and Risk of Brain Tumor in Young Age: Results from The MOBI-Kids Case-Control Study', Neuroepidemiology: 1-13. 54(4):343-355.

Ramoju, S., M. Andersen, D. Poddalgoda, A. Nong, N. Karyakina, N. Shilnikova, K. Krishnan, and D. Krewski. 2020. 'Derivation of whole blood biomonitoring equivalents for lithium for the interpretation of biomonitoring data', Regul Toxicol Pharmacol, 111: 104581.

Ramoju, S., M. E. Andersen, A. Nong, N. Karyakina, N. Shilnikova, K. Krishnan, and D. Krewski. 2020. 'Derivation of whole blood biomonitoring equivalents for titanium for the interpretation of biomonitoring data', Regul Toxicol Pharmacol, 114: 104671.

Theriault, F. L., W. Gardner, F. Momoli, B. G. Garber, M. Kingsbury, Z. Clayborne, D. Y. Cousineau-Short, H. Sampasa-Kanyinga, H. Landry, and I. Colman. 2020. 'Mental Health Service Use in Depressed Military Personnel: A Systematic Review', Mil Med. 185: e1255–e1262.

Zumel-Marne, A., M. Kundi, G. Castano-Vinyals, J. Alguacil, E. T. Petridou, M. K. Georgakis, M. Morales-Suarez-Varela, S. Sadetzki, S. Piro, R. Nagrani, G. Filippini, H. P. Hutter, R. Dikshit, A. Woehrer, M. Maule, T. Weinmann, D. Krewski, T. Mannetje A, F. Momoli, B. Lacour, S. Mattioli, J. J. Spinelli, P. Ritvo, T. Remen, N. Kojimahara, A. Eng, A. Thurston, H. Lim, M. Ha, N. Yamaguchi, C. Mohipp, E. Bouka, C. Eastman, R. Vermeulen, H. Kromhout, and E. Cardis. 2020. 'Clinical presentation of young people (10-24 years old) with brain tumors: results from the international MOBI-Kids study', J Neurooncol, 147: 427-40.

During these unique times during which physical distancing is affecting all aspects of society and our economy, RSI is well prepared. Since its inception, the company has been equipped and trained to deliver results remotely. We use virtual meeting applications extensively, as well as virtual training and webinar software. The nature of risk management is such that all RSI staff have always been a moment's notice away from intervening in urgent matters.

Important: Our sincere thanks go out to all first responders worldwide who have so bravely helped us all to face this unique challenge.

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