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Suggested Citation:"A Meeting Agenda." Institute of Medicine. 2008. Review of NASA's Human Research Program Evidence Books: A Letter Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12261.
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A Meeting Agenda Committee on NASA’s Research on Human Health Risks February 11, 2008 Keck Center, Room 201 500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 Monday, February 11, 2008 – Room 201 OPEN SESSION – CAMMEE and Health Risks Committees 10:45–11:15 Welcome and Introductions Daniel Masys, Chair Overview of the Study Task 11:15–12:30 Context for the Study 11:15–11:45 IOM Perspective – Bioastronautics Roadmap and Prior IOM Reports David Longnecker, Chair, CAMMEE Standing Committee 11:45–12:30 NASA Introduction Dennis Grounds, Human Research Program (HRP) Program Manager NASA Perspective – The New Exploration Thrust at NASA John Charles, HRP Program Scientist 21

22 REVIEW OF NASA’S HUMAN RESEARCH PROGRAM EVIDENCE BOOKS 12:30–2:00 Working Lunch Goals for this Review and Charge to the Committee Craig Kundrot, HRP Science Management Office Discussion The Bioastronautics Roadmap and the Human Research Program Requirements Ned Penley, HRP Program Integration Office Discussion 2:00–2:15 Break 2:15–4:30 Discussion of Sample White Papers 2:15–3:00 Risk of Crew Adverse Health Event Due to Altered Immune Response • Areas and Nature of Analysis Needed Craig Kundrot Committee Discussion – structure/content 3:00–3:30 Risk of Adverse Health Effects from Lunar Dust Exposure • Areas and Nature of Analysis Needed Craig Kundrot Committee Discussion – structure/content 3:30–4:00 Risk of Performance Errors Due to Sleep Loss, Circadian Desychronization, Fatigue, and Work Overload • Areas and Nature of Analysis Needed Craig Kundro Committee Discussion – structure/content

APPENDIX A 23 4:00–4:30 Risk of Accelerated Osteoporosis • Areas and Nature of Analysis Needed Craig Kundrot Committee Discussion – structure/content 4:30–5:15 Revisit the Statement of Task Discussion 5:15 Adjourn

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Planning for long-duration space flights requires consideration of complex disease prevention, behavioral health, and clinical treatment issues-issues resulting from the hazards of the space environment and from limitations to in-mission medical care. These research and development needs have prompted NASA to seek and coordinate assessment from both national and international space medicine practice as well as biomedical research communities. Review of NASA's Human Research Program Evidence Books: A Letter Report examines NASA's plans to assemble the available evidence on human health risks of spaceflight and moves forward in identifying and addressing gaps in research. Recommendations to strengthen the content, composition, and dissemination of the evidence books are intended to improve future versions of these critical documents. These evidence books should be the continuously updated knowledge base of best evidence regarding risks to human health associated with spaceflight, particularly spaceflight beyond low Earth orbit and of long duration. Such a knowledge base will serve the interests of mission planners, researchers, and ultimately the individuals who accept those risks in their role as space travelers.

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