Red Risk School: An Introduction to Human Health Risks in Deep Space
The Red Risk School is a virtual, interactive workshop detailing NASA's high-priority risks for human health during space exploratory missions. These "Red Risks" - the top dangers crews will face during a deep space mission - must be addressed as humans look to travel deeper into space than ever before.
The Red Risk School connects the dots between NASA's top risks, uncovers opportunities to translate research in all fields for use in space, and explains the funding opportunities available for scientists and entrepreneurs with space-translatable research.
2020 Session Topics:
June 1-5: Behavioral Health & Performance Week
Monday, June 1: Overview of Behavioral Health Risks
Tom Williams, Ph.D.
Tuesday, June 2: Behavioral Health & Performance Flight Operational Support
Dr. Jim Picano
Wednesday, June 3: Astronaut Presentation on Behavioral Health
Mike Barratt, MD, NASA
Thursday, June 4: Behavioral Health Analogs and Team Risk
Pete Roma, Ph.D.
Friday, June 5: Industry, Psychiatry, and Entrepreneurship: New Solutions
Seth Feuerstein MD, JD