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 11: "International Perspectives on Botanical Research" - OCC AuditoriumModerator and Session Chair: Stefan Gafner, Chief Science Officer, American Botanical Council8:30-9:00Jon Wardle, Senior Lecturer Public Health, University of Technology Sydney; Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine "Trends in natural product regulation: developments from Australia and the growing translation between science and traditional claims" - click to download9:00-9:30Alvaro Viljoen, Professor, Tshwane University of Technology "Synergy, a modern concept based on ancient wisdom – examples from African Traditional Medicines" - click to download9:30-10:00Alexander Shikov, Professor, St. Petersburg Institute of Pharmacy "Plant species used traditionally at the interface of food and medicine (the case of Russian Pharmacopoeia)" - click to download10:00 - 10:30 | BreakSession 12a: "Regulatory Aspects of Botanicals" - OCC Auditorium Moderator and Session Chair: Jinhui Dou, Vice Dean, Yiling Pharmaceutical, Inc.10:30-10:55Robin Marles, Senior Scientific Advisor, Health Canada "Assessing the Safety of Botanicals, their Extracts and Isolates, in Foods: Case Studies Illustrating the Scientific Challenges" - click to download10:55-11:20Thomas Brendler, Founder & CEO, Plantaphile "New novel food regulations in Europe: What has changed and what is the impact on access to the EU market?" - click for download11:20-11:45Charles Wu, Botanical Review Team Lead (Acting), FDA/CDER/OPQ-IO "Challenge and Opportunity of Botanical Drug Product Approval in the U.S. -the FDA’s Perspective"11:45-12:10Yue Hua Zhou, Deputy Office Director, Office of Traditional Chinese Medicines, CDE, CFDA "TBA"Session 12b: "DNA Authentications" - OCC Magnolia Moderator and Session Chair: Sarah Handy, Research Biologist, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition10:30-10:55Pang-Chui Shaw, Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong "Authentication and quality control of concentrated herbal medicine granules by molecular technology"10:55-11:20David Erickson, Founder & CEO, DNA4 Technologies LLC "Genome2-ID: A bioinformatic tool for unbiased and rapid species identification using genomic scale Next Generation Sequencing data"11:20-11:45Iffat Parveen, Research Scientist, University of Mississippi "Family-specific DNA Mini-barcodes for Identification of Botanicals"11:45-12:10Santhosh Kumar J.U., Graduate Student, Kuvempu University "DNA barcoding of Momordica species and assessment of adulteration in Momordica herbal products, an anti-diabetic drug"12:10 - 1:10 | LunchSession 13: "Tools To Assess The Quality" - OCC Auditorium Moderator and Session Chair: John Travis, Senior Research Scientist, NSF International1:10-1:35Michael Repka, Director Of The PII Center For Pharmaceutical Technology, University of Mississippi "Critical Issues in the Development of Tablets and Capsules"1:35-2:00Jack Henion, Scientific Founder, Advion "LC/MS Analysis of Cannabis-Samples for Cannabinoids and Pesticides Compounds Employing a Compact Mass Spectrometer"2:00-2:25Phil Wylie, Sr. Research Scientist, Agilent Technologies "The Next Chapter in the Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Cannabis using GC/Q-TOF Instrumentation"2:25-2:50Giorgis Isaac, Principal Scientist, Waters "Authentication of Botanicals and Herbal Products Using UPLC/Ion Mobility QTof-MS and a Metabolomics Approach"2:50-3:15Maged Sharaf, Chair Advisory Board & Director, CAMAG Scientific Inc. "The International HPTLC Association"3:15-3:40Shi Qiu, Post-Doctoral Associate, University of Mississippi "Ultra-high performance liquid chromatography─high resolution mass spectrometry guided characterization of new fusaricidins from Paenibacillus sp. MS 2379"3:40-4:00Mohammad Kamil, Professor, Zayed Complex for Herbal Research & Traditional Medicine "Good Medicinal Plants Practices (GMPP) -Assuring Safety, Efficacy, and Quality of Botanical Products – From Field to Firm"Afternoon tour of NCNPR facilities or Medicinal Plant Garden.6:30pm | Closing Ceremony and Banquet - OCC Cedar
Our closing ceremony, including a wonderful plated dinner, poster awards, and a closing presentation by Dr. Ikhlas Khan.
Registration is required and is available online and onsite.