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    Science and the Law symposium

    William Town
      Science and the Law: Analytical Data in Support of Regulation in Health, Food, and the Environment - AM Session
      Organizers:William Town
      Presiders:William Town
      Duration:8:30 am - 11:25 am
      Pres TimePub #Presentation Title
      8:30 amIntroductory Remarks
      8:40 am9Honey analysis by high-sensitivity cryo-13C-NMR
      Istvan Pelczer
      9:10 am10Ensuring that nutrition and health claims on foods and dietary supplements are justified and scientifically substantiated
      David P Richardson
      9:40 amIntermission
      9:55 am11Hunting and gathering: Locating information on the cusp between science and legislation
      Judith N. Currano
      10:25 am12Contact lens materials and multipurpose solutions: Lessons learned from laboratory research
      K. Scott Phillips, Victoria Hitchins, Dinesh Patwardhan.
      10:55 am13Steps towards the analytical standards required for science-based tobacco product regulation
      Derek Mariner, Kevin McAdam, Christopher Proctor.

       


      CINFRachelle Bienstock Sunday, August 19, 2012

       

        

      Oral Session
      Science and the Law: Analytical Data in Support of Regulation in Health, Food, and the Environment - PM Session
      Organizers:William Town
      Presiders:William Town
      Duration:1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
                      
      Pres TimePub #Presentation Title
      1:00 pmIntroductory Remarks
      1:05 pm29Rapid screening methods for pharmaceutical surveillance
      Lucinda Buhse, Connie M Gryniewicz-Ruzicka, Jamie D Dunn, Sergey Arzhantsev, John A Spencer, Jason Rodriguez, Benjamin J Westenberger, John F Kauffman.
      1:35 pm30Analytical procedures and the regulation of new drug development
      George Lunn
      2:05 pmIntermission
      2:20 pm31Mapping the human toxome for new regulatory tools
      Thomas Hartung, Paul Locke.
      2:50 pm32Cooperation between the US EPA and industry to develop an in vitro ocular hazard testing strategy
      Rodger Curren
      3:20 pm33Environmental databases: A trip down memory lane and new journeys in the 21st century
      Frederick W Stoss
      3:50 pmConcluding Remarks