The Red Risk School: An Introduction to Human Health Risks in Deep Space
The Red Risk School is a virtual, interactive informational workshop that details NASA Human Research Program-defined high priority risks for crew health on space exploratory missions and approaches to address these risks. It is designed to give those without previous NASA experience - or even those who are simply curious - an understanding of the top, or red, risks astronauts will face as they travel to the Moon and Mars. This interactive, recorded series connects the dots between NASA's top risks, explains how research can be translated for use in space, and the diverse TRISH funding mechanisms that are available to scientists with space-translatable research.
Check out the additional recorded sessions and presentations to find out if your translational research could be funded by TRISH.
Update: The next Red Risk School series kicks off with a week-long set of interactives in February 2019 followed by a bi-weekly sessions March through July 2019.
Red Risk School Recorded Interactive on Fluid Shifts
On Friday, June 8, 2018, Dr. Peter Norsk, NASA HRP HHC Element Scientist and TRISH senior science manager hosted an interactive presentation on "Intravascular pressures in space: implications for understanding hydrostatic and transmural pressures in clinical medicine on Earth."
Red Risk School Webinars and Presentation Charts
In the first week of April 2018, TRISH kicked off its Red Risk School - an introduction to the top, or red, risks, that humans will face as they plan to travel farther in space than ever before. The recorded sessions and presentation charts from the inaugural Red Risk School sessions follow: