The CBRA is a knowledge center for burden of disease and risk assessment methodology. It applies these methods to study the health and economic impact of public and animal health threats.


Burden and risk assessment play an increasingly important and accepted role in defining control policies for foodborne parasites. For the second edition of Foodborne Parasites, edited by Ynes Ortega and Charles Sterling, we wrote a chapter on the methodological basis of burden and risk assessment, within the context of foodborne parasites.

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