Heather Rosoff is a Research Assistant Professor in USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy and for USC’s National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE). Her research focuses on using risk and decision analysis to study terrorism and homeland security. Her recent research has focused on evaluating the perceived risk relationships across disaster characteristics and predicting public behavioral responses to an event, and on studying the terrorist threat from the adversary perspective and integrating terrorist challenges and vulnerabilities into policy making. Read more.
Expertise: Risk perception and communication