EFSA conference 2018 – Science, Food, Society

Parma
18 September 2018 to 21 September 2018

On this page you will find documents and material relating to EFSA conference 2018 – Science, Food, Society that took place on 18-21 September in Parma, Italy. These include the programme, all webcast recordings, presentations, and communication material.

Download: Book of abstracts

Watch: Conference video playlist (Youtube) | Voices from the conference (Twitter) | Poster pitches (Twitter)

Day 1 - 18th September 2018

Plenary session - Where science meets society: Putting risk assessment in context

Chair: Barbara Gallani, EFSA | Rapporteurs: Yann Devos, EFSA; James Ramsay, EFSA; Tobin Robinson, EFSA; Victoria Villamar, EFSA

13:30-13:55

Opening of the conference and welcome
Bernhard Url, EFSA

13:55-14:05

Opening of the session
Barbara Gallani, EFSA

14:05-14:35

Science meeting society? The old, the new and the uncertain in-between
Silvio Funtowicz, University of Bergen - Presentation

14:35-15:00

Managing values in science and risk assessment
Kevin Elliott, Michigan State University - Presentation

15:00-15:25

Using problem formulation to identify relevant and reliable information for risk assessment and decision-making
Philip Macdonald, Canadian Food Inspection Agency - Presentation

15:55-16:20

Communicating uncertainty without losing trust and credibility
David Spiegelhalter, University of Cambridge - Presentation

 

16:20-16:45

Responsible research, innovation & risk assessment: Are we there yet?
Fern Wickson, Genøk - Presentation

 

16:45-17:55

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Frédéric Simon, EurActi | Panellists: Klaus Berend, European Commission; Julie Girling, European People’s Party; Monique Goyens, The European Consumer Organisation; Bjorn Hansen, European Chemical Agency; Jorgo Riss, Greenpeace; Bernhard Url, EFSA

17:55-18:00

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Frédéric Simon, EurActiv

18:15-18:45

Poster exhibit and poster pitches

Day 2 - 19th September 2018

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Environment

Chairs: Anthony Hardy, Formerly of EFSA's Scientific Committee; Silvia Pieper, German Environment Agency; Catherine Ganzleben, European Environment Agency; Juliane Kleiner, EFSA | Rapporteurs: Yann Devos, EFSA; Ciro Gardi, EFSA; Reinhilde Schoonjans, EFSA; Franz Streissl, EFSA

08:30-08:35

Opening of the morning part of the session and welcome
Silvia Pieper, German Environment Agency

08:35-09:10

The elusive links between biodiversity, multifunctionality and ecosystem services
Lijbert Brussaard, Wageningen University & Research - Presentation

09:10-09:35

Opportunities for and implications of including ecosystem services in risk assessments and risk management of regulated stressors
Wayne R Munns Jr, US Environmental Protection Agency - Presentation

09:35-10:00

Challenges in applying the ecosystem service approach to risk assessments of regulated stressors
Valery E Forbes, University of Minnesota - Presentation

10:30-10:55

Ecosystem services-based environmental risk assessment for regulated stressors: Learnings from case studies on pesticides in agricultural systems
Anne Alix, DowDuPont - Presentation

10:55-11:20

Valuing nature’s contributions to people: The approach of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
Marie Stenseke, University of Gothenburg - Presentation

11:20-12:10

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Anthony Hardy, Formerly of EFSA's Scientific Committee | Panellists: Anne Alix, DowDuPont; Lijbert Brussaard, Wageningen University & Research; Valery E Forbes, University of Minnesota; Wayne R Munns Jr, US Environmental Protection Agency; Marie Stenseke, University of Gothenburg

12:10-12:15

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Silvia Pieper, German Environment Agency

12:15-13:45

Lunch and poster exhibits

13:45-13:50

Opening of the afternoon part of the session and welcome
Juliane Kleiner, EFSA

13:50-14:15

Using problem formulation to construct fit-for-purpose environmental risk assessments of regulated stressors
Mónica García Alonso, Estel Consult - Presentation

14:15-14:35

Problem formulation for the environmental risk assessment of insecticidal RNAi-based genetically modified plants and RNAi-based pesticides: Effects on non-target arthropods
Jörg Romeis, Agroscope - Presentation

14:35-14:55

Environmental risk assessment of neonicotinoid insecticides for bees: A retrospective analysis of the problem formulation
Alessio Ippolito, EFSA - Presentation

14:55-15:15

Current scientific developments in the environmental risk assessment of nanomaterials
Claus Svendsen, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology - Presentation

15:45-16:05

Problem formulation for the environmental risk assessment of GM growth-enhanced coho salmon
Rosalind Leggatt, Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Presentation

16:05-16:25

Problem formulation for the environmental risk assessment of gene drive modified mosquitoes
Andrew Roberts, ILSI Research Foundation - Presentation

16:25-16:45

Problem formulation for the environmental risk assessment of weed biological control agents: Insects and fungi vs weeds
Richard Shaw, Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International - Presentation

16:45-17:05

Landscape-scale population-level environmental risk assessment: Current status and challenges
Christopher Topping, Aarhus University - Presentation

17:05-17:25

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Wendy Craig, International Centre for Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology | Panellists: Mónica García Alonso, Estel Consult; Philip Macdonald, Canadian Food Inspection Agency; Jörg Romeis, Agroscope

17:25-17:30

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Catherine Ganzleben, European Environment Agency

17:30-18:00

Poster exhibit and poster pitches

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Human health

Chairs: Guilhem De Seze, EFSA; Maurice Whelan, Joint Research Centre; Angelika Tritscher, World Health Organization; Heather Wallace, University of Aberdeen | Rapporteurs: Anna Federica Castoldi, EFSA; George Kass, EFSA; Anna Lanzoni, EFSA; Andrea Terron, EFSA

08:30-08:35

Opening of session and welcome
Maurice Whelan, Joint Research Centre

08:35-09:05

How simple heuristics influence laypeople’s risk perception
Michael Siegrist, ETH Zürich - Presentation

09:05-09:35

Using 21st century science to improve risk assessment: Opportunities and challenges
Ellen Mantus, US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine - Presentation

09:35-10:00

Holistic approach to human health risk assessment – Is the current approach fit for purpose?
Susanne Hougaard Bennekou, Danish Environmental Protection Agency - Presentation

10:30-10:55

Use of epidemiological studies for chemical risk assessment: How to take advantage of their strengths and deal with their limitations?
Thorhallur I Halldorsson, University of Iceland - Presentation

10:55-11:20

New approach methods (NAM) in toxicology for mechanism-based hazard assessment
Marcel Leist, University of Kostanz - Presentation

11:20-12:15

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Maged Younes, European Food Safety Authority’s Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources Added to Food | Panellists: Susanne Hougaard Bennekou, Danish Environmental Protection Agency; Thorhallur I Halldorsson, University of Iceland; Marcel Leist, University of Kostanz; Ellen Mantus, US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine; Michael Siegrist, ETH Zürich

12:15-13:45

Lunch and poster exhibits

13:45-14:05

Human biomonitoring: The European Joint Programme HBM4EU
Marike Kolossa, German Environment Agency - Presentation

14:05-14:25

Internal dosimetrics enable holistic assessment of exposures to environmental and endogenous estrogens
Daniel Doerge, US Food & Drug Administration - Presentation

14:25-14:45

Integrating pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in AOPs for next generation risk assessments
Frédéric Bois, French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks - Presentation

14:45-15:05

The exposome in practice
Paolo Vineis, Imperial College - Presentation

15:05-15:15

Questions and answers
Heather Wallace, University of Aberdeen; Angelika Tritscher, World Health Organization

15:45-16:05

EU-ToxRisk: Towards new chemical safety testing strategies using new approach methodss
Robert van de Water, Leiden University

16:05-16:25

Assessment of chemical mixture-induced developmental neurotoxicity using human in vitro model
Anna Price, Joint Research Centre - Presentation

16:25-16:45

Assessing the safety of genetically modified food/feed: The GRACE and G-TwYST experience
Pablo Steinberg, Federal Research Institute of Nutrition and Food

16:45-17:05

Predictive tools in the risk assessment of new proteins in GMOs: The case of celiac disease
Frits Koning, Leiden University Medical Center - Presentation

17:05-17:15

Questions and answers
Heather Wallace, University of Aberdeen; Angelika Tritscher, World Health Organization

17:15-17:30

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Maged Younes, European Food Safety Authority’s Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources Added to Food; Ellen Fritsche, Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine

17:30-18:00

Poster exhibit and poster pitches

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Nutrition

Chairs: Valeriu Curtui, EFSA; Jayne Woodside, Queen’s University Belfast | Rapporteurs: Andrea Germini, EFSA; Silvia Valtueña Martinez, EFSA

08:30-08:40

Opening of session and welcome
Valeriu Curtui, EFSA

08:40-09:20

Debate: Do sugars cause chronic metabolic diseases?
Graham MacGregor, Queen Mary University of London; John Sievenpiper, University of Toronto - Presentation | Presentation

09:20-10:00

Debate: Do saturated fats cause chronic metabolic diseases?
Philippe Legrand, National Institute of Agricultural Research; Ronald Mensink, Maastricht University - Presentation | Presentation

10:30-11:00

Dietary prevention of chronic metabolic diseases: Single-nutrient and popular diets vs whole dietary patterns
Dariush Mozaffarian, Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy - Presentation

11:00-11:30

Food innovation and consumer trends: Impact on food consumption and dietary patterns
Petra Klassen Wigger, Nestlé Research Center

11:30-12:10

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Jayne Woodside, Queen’s University Belfast | Panellists: Valeriu Curtui, EFSA; Petra Klassen Wigger, Nestlé Research Center; Philippe Legrand, National Institute of Agricultural Research; Graham MacGregor, Queen Mary University of London; Ronald Mensink, Maastricht University; Dariush Mozaffarian, Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy; John Sievenpiper, University of Toronto

12:10-12:15

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Valeriu Curtui, EFSA

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Biological hazards

Chairs: Mike Catchpole, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control; Marta Hugas, EFSA | Rapporteurs: Ana Afonso, EFSA; Jaime Aguilera, EFSA; Sofie Dhollander, EFSA; Winy Messens, EFSA; Pietro Stella, EFSA

13:45-13:50

Opening of session and welcome
Marta Hugas, EFSA

13:50-14:25

Spam’s Labyrinth: Impact of globalisation on foodborne disease
David Waltner-Toews, University of Guelph - Presentation

14:25-14:50

Molecular epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria causing food-borne human infections: What do we know, what should we find out?
Alessandra Carattoli, National Institute of Health

14:50-15:15

Wastewater treatment plant effluents and their implications for antimicrobial resistance in surface water and water reuse
Thomas U. Berendonk, Technical University of Dresden - Presentation

15:45-16:15

Vector-borne diseases in Europe: What can we expect and how well are we prepared?
Jolyon Medlock, Public Health England

16:15-16:45

Next generation sequencing as a tool in foodborne disease surveillance and outbreak investigation – Challenges and opportunities
Peter Gerner-Smidt, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Presentation

16:45-17:25

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Mike Catchpole, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control | Panellists: Thomas U. Berendonk, Technical University of Dresden; Alessandra Carattoli, National Institute of Health; Peter Gerner-Smidt, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Nikolaus Kriz, EFSA; Ernesto Liebana, EFSA; Jolyon Medlock, Public Health England; Tobin Robinson, EFSA; David Waltner-Toews, University of Guelph

17:25-17:30

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Marta Hugas, EFSA

17:30-18:00

Poster exhibit and poster pitches

Day 3 - 20th September 2018

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Human health (continued)

Chairs: Angelika Tritscher, World Health Organization; Heather Wallace, University of Aberdeen | Rapporteurs: Anna Federica Castoldi, EFSA; George Kass, EFSA; Anna Lanzoni, EFSA; Andrea Terron, EFSA

08:30-09:00

CLARITY-BPA Project: Core NCTR/NTP study on BPA
Barry Delclos, US Food & Drug Administration - Presentation

09:00-09:30

Integrating regulatory and academic investigations in hazard assessments by the US National Toxicology Program. Lessons learned from the CLARITY-BPA initiative
Nigel Walker, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences - Presentation

09:30-10:00

Use of epidemiological studies for setting a health-based guidance value
Thorhallur I Halldorsson, University of Iceland - Presentation

10:30-10:55

The potential impact of toxicogenomics on modern chemical risk assessment – 3-MCPD as example
Alfonso Lampen, Federal Institute for Risk Assessment - Presentation

10:55-11:20

Use of modelisation tools to assess risks related to cadmium exposure for workers and consumers
Christophe Rousselle, French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety - Presentation

10:55-11:20

Valuing nature’s contributions to people: The approach of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
Marie Stenseke, University of Gothenburg - Presentation

11:20-12:15

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Maged Younes, European Food Safety Authority’s Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources Added to Food; Moderator: Ellen Fritsche, Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine | Panellists: Susanne Hougaard Bennekou, Danish Environmental Protection Agency; Daniel Doerge, US Food & Drug Administration; Thorhallur I Halldorsson, University of Iceland; Marcel Leist, University of Kostanz; Ellen Mantus, US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine; Maurice Whelan, Joint Research Centre

12:15-13:45

Lunch and poster exhibit

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Engaging with society

Chairs: Barbara Gallani, EFSA; Ellen Vos, Maastricht University; Cissi Askwall, European Science Engagement Association; Junshi Chen, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention | Rapporteurs: Giulia Nicolini, EFSA; Lucia Parrino, EFSA; Anthony Smith, EFSA; Domagoj Vrbos, EFSA

08:30-08:40

Opening of session and welcome
Barbara Gallani, EFSA

08:40-09:10

Quality of information, public engagement and the challenges of science communication 2.0
Massimiano Bucchi, University of Trento

09:10-09:35

Conceptualising and communicating risk in “post-trust societies”
Ragnar Löfstedt, King's Centre for Risk Management - Presentation

09:35-10:00

Biases, illusions, and noise: Why providing scientific facts is good, but not enough
Lucia Reisch, Copenhagen Business School - Presentation

10:30-10:55

Observing news media in the misinformation ecosystem: The case of public health communications
Kannan Krishnaswamy, The George Institute for Global Health - Presentation

10:55-11:20

Dealing with digital misinformation: A polarized context of narratives and tribes
Fabiana Zollo, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice - Presentation

11:20-12:10

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Moderator: Tracey Brown, Sense about Science | Panellists: Massimiano Bucchi, University of Trento; Kannan Krishnaswamy, The George Institute for Global Health; Ragnar Löfstedt, King's Centre for Risk Management; Lucia Reisch, Copenhagen Business School; Fabiana Zollo, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

12:10-12:15

Wrap up of the morning part of the session
Barbara Gallani, EFSA

12:15-13:45

Lunch and poster exhibit

13:45-13:50

Opening of the afternoon part of the session and welcome
Junshi Chen, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention

13:50-14:10

We don’t live in a post-truth society
Tracey Brown, Sense about Science - Presentation

14:10-14:30

Participation and societal engagement in EU decision-making and research
Ellen Vos, Maastricht University - Presentation

14:30-14:35

Questions and answers
Junshi Chen, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention

  Engaging stakeholders in regulatory science: Practices and perspectives
14:35-14:45

Introduction
Cissi Askwall, European Science Engagement Association - Presentation

14:45-14:55

European Medicines Agency’s approach to Stakeholder Engagement
Melanie Carr, European Medicines Agency - Presentation

14:55-15:05

Engaging stakeholders in science based consumer protection: Practices and perspectives from the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR)
Leonie Dendler, German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment - Presentation

15:05-15:15

Opening up expertise to civil society: Case-study of the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety
Régine Fraysse-Boutrais, French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety - Presentation

  Engaging stakeholders in regulatory science: Practices and perspectives
15:45-16:20

Moderated Panel discussion: Representativeness in participation and societal engagement
Moderator: Cissi Askwall, European Science Engagement Association | Panellists: Melanie Carr, European Medicines Agency; Leonie Dendler, German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment; Régine Fraysse-Boutrais, French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety; Ellen Vos, Maastricht University

16:20-16:30

Optimising scientific value through engagement with society. Steps taken and direction to go
Didier Verloo, EFSA - Presentation

16:30-16:40

Social research strategies to explore trust in food and its regulator
Michelle Patel, UK Food Standards Agency - Presentation

16:40-16:50

The involvement of civil society in risk communication activities
Davide Lecchini, Italian Ministry of Health - Presentation

16:50-17:25

Moderated Panel discussion: Public engagement in risk assessment
Moderator: Cissi Askwall, European Science Engagement Association | Panellists: Tracey Brown, Sense about Science; Davide Lecchini, Italian Ministry of Health; Michelle Patel, UK Food Standards Agency; Didier Verloo, EFSA

17:25-17:30

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Junshi Chen, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention; Cissi Askwall, European Science Engagement Association

17:30-18:00

Poster exhibit and poster pitches

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Managing evidence

Chairs: Mary Gilsenan, EFSA; Danica Grahek-Ogden, Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food and Environment; Jane Van Doren, U.S. Food and Drug Administration; Hans Verhagen, EFSA | Rapporteurs: Fabrizio Abbinante, EFSA; Claudia Maria Cascio, EFSA; Ermanno Cavalli, EFSA; Paul Devalier, EFSA

08:30-08:40

Opening of session and welcome
Mary Gilsenan, EFSA

08:40-09:10

The Fourth Revolution
Robert Madelin, Foresight International Policy and Regulatory Advisers - Presentation

09:10-09:35

The challenges of BigData for European agencies
Nikolai Brun, Danish Medical Agency - Presentation

09:35-10:00

Could Blockchain technology help regulatory science?
Claudia Pagliari, University of Edinburgh Presentation

10:30-10:50

Software beats animal testing at predicting toxicity of chemicals
Thomas Hartung, CAAT Europe - Presentation

10:50-11:15

Ignorance and the Community of Knowledge
Steven Sloman, Brown University - Presentation

11:15-11:40

Managing data to manage evidence: Social and technical challenges
Irene Pasquetto, University of California - Presentation

11:40-12:00

Human-computer sensemaking models and the challenges of incorporating artificial intelligence
Peter Pirolli, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition - Presentation

12:00-12:15

Open source software paradigm: Using ethics to promote technology and minimize its risks
Lazaros Tossounidis, European Centre for Development of Vocational Training - Presentation

12:15-13:45

Lunch and poster exhibit

13:45-14:05

Integrating mechanistic evidence from evolving sources in hazard and risk assessment
Bette Meek, University of Ottawa - Presentation

14:05-14:25

Foodomics 2.0
Wim Van Criekinge, Ghent University - Presentation

14:25-14:45

Network-based integration of molecular omics data
Kathleen Marchal, University of Leuven - Presentation

14:45-15:15

Outcomes from EFSA’s Scientific Colloquium on omics in risk assessment
Elisabeth Waigmann, EFSA - Presentation

15:45-16:05

From "weight of evidence" to quantitative data integration
Igor Linkov, Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University - Presentation

16:05-17:20

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Holger Schünemann, McMaster University | Panellists: Thomas Hartung, CAAT Europe; Igor Linkov, Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University; Bette Meek, University of Ottawa; Claudia Pagliari, University of Edinburgh; Steven Sloman, Brown University

17:20-17:30

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Hans Verhagen, EFSA

Advancing risk assessment science: Break-out session - Envisioning the expertise of the future

Chairs: Alison Brimelow, Former President of the European Patent Office; Selomey Yamadjako, EFSA | Rapporteurs: Federica Barrucci, EFSA; Lucia de Luca, EFSA; George Kass, EFSA; Svetla Naydenova, EFSA

13:45-13:55

Opening of session and welcome
Selomey Yamadjako, EFSA

13:55-14:15

Learning from others, re-thinking the way to manage your business and be ready to embrace the future
Ciarán McGinley, NormannPartnersh - Presentation

14:15-14:30

Develop new approaches to the use of future scientific evidence: A must?
Matthew Wood, University of Sheffield - Presentation

14:30-14:45

Dealing with a new kind of team: The crowd
Anna Noel-Storr, University of Oxford - Presentation

14:45-15:00

The role of communities and infrastructures to enhance responsiveness
Hilary Hanahoe, Research Data Alliance - Presentation

15:00-15:15

Questions and answers
Alison Brimelow, Former President of the European Patent Office

15:45-15:50

The importance of the "C" factor when responding to future challenges
Ian Cotgreave, Swetox - Presentation

15:50-15:55

Collaboration - the agony and the ecstasy
Alisdair Wotherspoon, Formerly of the Food Standards Agency - Presentation

15:55-16:00

The added value of the community and international collaboration in embracing scientific change
Kaoruko Tachibana, Food Safety Commission of Japan

16:00-16:05

Networking as a tool to scan the horizon and increase preparedness for regulatory agencies
Djien Liem, EFSA

16:05-16:10

Using citizen science platforms and how to develop new capabilities to validate a broader set of information
John Palmer, Pompeu Fabra University - Presentation

16:10-17:25

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Alison Brimelow, Former President of the European Patent Office | Panellists: Ian Cotgreave, Swetox; Hilary Hanahoe, Research Data Alliance; Djien Liem, EFSA; Ciarán McGinley, NormannPartners; Anna Noel-Storr, University of Oxford; John Palmer, Pompeu Fabra University; Kaoruko Tachibana, Food Safety Commission of Japan; Matthew Wood, University of Sheffield

17:25-17:30

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Selomey Yamadjako, EFSA

17:30-18:00

Poster exhibit and poster pitches

Day 4 - 21st September 2018

Plenary session - Staying relevant in a changing world

Chair: Elke Anklam, Joint Research Centre Rapporteurs: Yann Devos, EFSA; Barbara Gallani, EFSA; Ilias Papatryfon, EFSA; Tobin Robinson, EFSA

08:30-08:40

Award ceremony – Most Voted Poster Award and Conference app Ambassador - Presentation

08:40-08:50

Opening of session and welcome
Elke Anklam, Joint Research Centre

08:50-09:05

Global drivers of/shaping the future bio-economy
John Bell, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission - Presentation

09:05-09:25

The future of food: Scenario analyses
Tim Benton, University of Leeds - Presentation

09:25-09:40

Consumer archetypes in future food systems
Sandra Caldeira, Joint Research Centre - Presentation

09:40-10:00

The future of research in personalised nutrition
John C Mathers, Newcastle University - Presentation

10:00-10:20

Communication challenges of the future: Recognition, reconciliation, and rewards
Katherine McComas, Cornell University - Presentation

10:20-10:40

Questions and answers
Elke Anklam, Joint Research Centre

11:10-12:30

Moderated Panel discussion
Moderator: Robert Madelin, Foresight International Policy and Regulatory Advisers | Panellists: Tracey Brown, Sense about Science; Renata Clarke, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Martin Dermine, Pesticide Action Network – Europe; Mella Frewen, FoodDrinkEurope; Michael Scannel, European Commission; William Slikker, US Food & Drug Administration

12:30-12:40

Wrap up – Concluding remarks
Robert Madelin, Foresight International Policy and Regulatory Advisers

12:40-13:00

Closing and farewell
Bernhard Url, EFSAy