Below you will find agendas, abstract booklets and downloadable presentations from previous years' conferences, where available.
18th ICSB - April 9th - 12th 2018
- Agenda (includes speaker bios and abstracts, click to download)
- Poster Abstracts (click to download)
- Daily agenda with downloadable presentations
Session 4: "Clinical Toxicology Investigations Impacting Supplement Safety Surveillance" - OCC AuditoriumModerator and Session Chair: Larry Walker, Director Emeritus, NCNPR, University of Mississippi8:15-8:45Victor Navarro, Professor of Medicine, Jefferson Medical College "Dietary Supplement Related Liver Injury"8:45-9:15Rick Kingston, President, SafteyCall "Poison control incident data; dietary supplement AERs and safety signals"9:15-9:45Patricia Deuster, Professor & Director, Consortium for Health and Military Performance "Efforts in DoD to Promote Safe Dietary Supplements"9:45 - 10:15 | BreakSession 5a: "Prospects for Naturally Derived Cannabinoids as FDA Regulated Therapeutics" - OCC AuditoriumModerator and Session Chair: Mahmoud ElSohly, Research Professor, University of Mississippi10:15-10:45Ethan Russo, Director of Research and Development, International Cannabis and Cannabinoids Institute "History of Cannabis as Medicine: Correlations to Modern Research"10:45-11:15Eric Marsh, Doctor, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia "Clinical and Preclinical Data for Cannabidiol in Epilepsy: Real Signal through the Noise"11:15-11:45Larry Walker, Director Emeritus, University of Mississippi "States' initiatives on Cannabis-derived products in the treatment of resistant childhood epilepsy: challenges and updates"Session 5b: "Critical Uses of Reference Materials in Natural Products Science" - OCC MagnoliaModerators and Session Chairs: Joseph Betz, National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements (NIH ODS) & Catherine Rimmer, Chemical Sciences Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)10:15-10:35Adam Kuszak, Health Policy Analyst, Office of Dietary Supplements/National Institutes of Health "The NIH ODS Analytical Methods and Reference Materials Program: recent activities and the road ahead"10:35-10:55Paula Brown, Director of Applied Research, Natural Health & Food Products, British Columbia Institute of Tech "The critical role of reference materials in metabolomic approaches to natural products research"10:55-11:15Nadja Cech, Associate Professor, The University of North Carolina Greensboro "Untargeted Metabolomics for Selection of Botanical Natural Products Prior to Clinical Evaluation: The Role of Reference Materials"11:15-11:35Rahul Pawar, Research Chemist, Office of Regulatory Science/DBC/BMB FDA/Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition "Sensitive and Rapid Quantitation of Three Ginkgolic Acids in Dietary Supplements of Ginkgo"11:35-11:55Catherine Rimmer, Research Chemist, National Institute of Standards and Technology "ODS/NIST certified reference materials and Quality Assurance Programs for the botanical and natural products communities"12:00 - 1:00 | LunchSession 5b (continued): "Critical Uses of Reference Materials in Natural Products Science" - OCC Magnolia1:00-1:20Holly Johnson, Chief Science Officer, American Herbal Products Association AHPA "Reference Materials in Botanical Authentication"1:20-1:40Uma Sreenivasan, Head of Reference Materials R&D, Cerillant Millipore Sigma "Reference materials, primary standards, and compendial standards: when and how each are used in quality control and basic research"1:40-2:00Cynthia Rider, Toxicologist, National Toxicology Program/National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences "Reference materials as research reagents for 'biologic similarity' studies"2:00-2:20Amit Chandra, Manager, Chromatography Sciences Group, Amway "Botanical Integrity: Significance of Fit for Purpose Tests during botanical product development process"2:30 - 3:00 | Break (30min)Session 6: "Big Data For Botanicals – Outlook And Recommendations" - OCC AuditoriumModerator and Session Chair: Amy Roe, Product Safety & Regulatory Affairs, The Procter & Gamble Company1:00-1:30Tim Baker, Research Fellow, The Procter & Gamble Company "Analytical Characterization Platform for Chemical Constituents in Botanicals"1:30-2:00Donna McMillan, Research Fellow, Central Product Safety, The Procter & Gamble Company "Large scale botanical and phytochemical data to assist in rapid analysis for safety assessment"2:00-2:30Suramya Waidyanatha, Discipline leader for chemistry, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institute of Health "Naturally Complex: The National Toxicology Program Strategy for Phytochemical Characterization of Botanical Dietary Supplements for Use in Safety Assessment"2:30 - 3:00 | Break (30min)Session 7a: "Natural Products and Cosmetics" - OCC Auditorium Moderator and Session Chair: Shabana Khan, Principal Research Scientist, University of Mississippi3:00-3:30Stanislav Vukmanovic, General Health Scientist, DHHS/FDA/CFSAN/OFVM/CFSAN/OCAC/COS "Hapten-Independent Mechanisms of Skin Sensitation"3:30-4:00Linda Loretz, Director, Safety and Regulatory Toxicology, Personal Care Product Council "A Decision Tree Approach to Assess the Safety of Botanicals in Cosmetics"4:00- 4:30Cristina Avonto, Research Scientist, University of Mississippi "Chemical stability and skin sensitization potential of 24 fragrance ingredients" - click for download4:30-5:00Baatile Komane-Mofokeng, Graduate Student, Tshwane University of Technology "Cosmetic applications of African seed oils: Clinical observations"Session 7b: "Quality Assessment of Traditional Chinese Medicine" - OCC MagnoliaModerator and Session Chair: Jimmy Yuk, Senior Business Development Manager, Waters Corporation3:00-3:25Jinghui Wang, Chief Pharmacist, Beijing Institute of Drug Control "Fingerprint Study in TCM Quality Control on scientific and regulatory basis"3:25-3:50Binbin Song, Technology Consultant, Chinese Pharmacopoeia "Build up effective quality control of herbal medicine through improving Fingerprint similarity evaluation system - Fingerprint similarity evaluation system development and design for improvement"3:50-4:15Jinle Cheng, Chinese Pharmacist Director & Doctoral Supervisor, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine "Development and quality control of Ultrafine Granular Power of TCM"4:15-4:40Zhong-Zhi Qian, Professor, Chinese Pharmacopoeia "TCM Volume of Chinese Pharmacopoeia 2020 Edition"4:40-5:05Jimmy Yuk, Senior Business Development Manager, Waters Corporation "Direct Visualization Of Botanicals Using Mass Spectrometry For Discovery And Quality Control"Poster Session- OCC Oak5:30-8:00Session Chair: Amar Chittiboyina, University of MississippiA special session featuring poster presentations and a reception.