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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2022. Companion Animals as Sentinels for Predicting Environmental Exposure Effects on Aging and Cancer Susceptibility in Humans: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26547.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2022. Companion Animals as Sentinels for Predicting Environmental Exposure Effects on Aging and Cancer Susceptibility in Humans: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26547.
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Appendix B Workshop Agenda DECEMBER 1, 2021 7:30 am Registration and Breakfast Outside Keck 100 & E-Street Conference Room 8:00 am Welcome and Workshop Overview Linda Birnbaum, Planning Committee Chair and Emeritus Director, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and National Toxicology Program (NTP) Ned Sharpless, Director, National Cancer Institute (NCI) 8:30 am Session 1: History and Current State of the Science of Environmental Exposure Effects on Aging and Cancer Susceptibility Co-Moderators: Bill Farland, Colorado State University, Emeritus & Danielle Carlin, NIEHS* State of the Science and Overview • Environmental Exposure and Cancer Gary Ellison, NIEHS/NCI *=presented remotely 127

128 INNOVATION IN CANCER CARE AND CANCER RESEARCH • Environmental Exposure and Cancer in Companion Animals Audrey Ruple, Virginia Tech • Aging Targets for Environmental Exposure Marcia Haigis, Harvard University Cheryl Walker, Baylor College of Medicine* • Canine Genetic Systems and Relevance for Human Cancers Elaine Ostrander, National Human Genome Research Institute 10:15 am Break 10:30 am Session 1: History and Current State of the Science of Environmental Exposure Effects on Aging and Cancer Susceptibility Co-Moderators: Bill Farland, Colorado State University, Emeritus & Danielle Carlin, NIEHS* Aging and Cancer Susceptibility James DeGregori, University of Colorado Cancer Center What Are the Gaps in Human Cancer Prevention and Control That May Be Addressed Through Companion Animal Research, and Vice Versa? Peter Rabinowitz, University of Washington* Session 1 Panel Discussion 12:15 pm Lunch Break with Virtual Poster Session E-Street Conference Room & Zoom 1:30 pm Session 2a: Methods and Current Studies Moderator: Myrtle Davis, Bristol Myers Squibb • Exposome and Health Gary Miller, Columbia University • Biomonitoring of Chemical Exposure in Companion Animals Kurunthachalam Kannan, New York University

APPENDIX B 129 • Assessing the Exposome Using Wearable Sensors: Challenges and Opportunities Yuxia Cui, NIEHS* • Ongoing Canine Population Studies Matthew Breen, North Carolina State University 3:00 pm Break 3:20 pm Session 2a (cont’d): Methods and Current Studies Moderator: Myrtle Davis, Bristol Myers Squibb Ongoing Canine Population Studies (cont’d) Rod Page, Colorado State University Daniel Promislow, University of Washington Richard Lea, University of Nottingham Session 2a Panel Discussion 5:30 pm Adjourn Day 1 Evening Reception with In-Person Poster Session E-Street Conference Room & Balcony DECEMBER 2, 2021 7:30 am Breakfast E-Street Conference Room 8:00 am Session 2b: Relevance of Companion Animal Exposures to Human Cancer and Aging Moderator: Nicole Deziel, Yale School of Public Health • Overview of Outdoor Air, Water, Ground Caleb “Tuck” Finch, University of Southern California • A Comparative Assessment of SVOC Exposures in Domestic Dogs and Their Owners Using Silicone Passive Samplers Heather Stapleton, Duke University

130 INNOVATION IN CANCER CARE AND CANCER RESEARCH • Indoor Products: Endocrine Disruptors, Flame Retardants, PFAS Jan Dye, Environmental Protection Agency* • Radon Exposures Chad Johannes, Iowa State University • Heavy Metal Exposures Norman Kleiman, Columbia University 9:45 am Break 10:00 am Session 2b (cont’d): Relevance of Companion Animal Exposures to Human Cancer and Aging Moderator: Nicole Deziel, Yale School of Public Health • Dietary and Feeding Exposures Joe Wakshlag, Cornell University • Pesticides/Herbicides and Mixtures Elizabeth Ryan, Colorado State University Session 2b Panel Discussion 12:00 pm Lunch Break with Virtual Poster Session E-Street Conference Room & Zoom 1:15 pm Session 3: Accelerating Cross-species Comparisons: Opportunities and Challenges in Data Sources, Collection, Storage, Modeling, and Sharing Moderator: Roy Jensen, University of Kansas* • Human Exposure Assessment Rena Jones, NCI • Data and Sample Collection/Storage and Sharing/Data Integration of Human and Companion Animal Data Amy K. LeBlanc, NCI Marta Castelhano, Cornell University Anne Thessen, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

APPENDIX B 131 2:40 pm Break 3:00 pm Session 3 (cont’d): Accelerating Cross-Species Comparisons: Opportunities and Challenges in Data Sources, Collection, Storage, Modeling, and Sharing Moderator: Roy Jensen, University of Kansas* • Data, Samples, and Modeling Angela Hughes, Mars Petcare Adam Boyko, Embark Veterinary, Inc./Cornell University Mark Dunn, American Kennel Club Session 3 Panel Discussion 5:00 pm Adjourn Day 2 Evening Reception with In-Person Poster Session E-Street Conference Room & Balcony DECEMBER 3, 2021 8:30 am Breakfast E-Street Conference Room 9:00 am Session 4: Equity, Ethics, and Policy Moderator: Wendy Shelton, Virtual Beast/Colorado State University • Ethical Considerations: Research Subject Protections, Citizen Science Issues, and Shared Health Lisa Moses, Harvard Medical School* • One Health Approaches in Arctic Indigenous Communities Frank A. von Hippel, University of Arizona • Aligning Health Care for a Bonded Family Society Michael Blackwell, University of Tennessee, Knoxville* Session 4 Panel Discussion

132 INNOVATION IN CANCER CARE AND CANCER RESEARCH 10:45 am Break and Pick Up Box Lunches E Street Conference Room 11:00 am Facilitated Discussions with Planning Committee Members E Street Conference Room Objectives: Review key messages from the workshop discussions, including identifying potential next steps, promising areas for future action, and opportunities for collaboration. • TABLE 1: Bill Farland, Colorado State University, Emeritus • TABLE 2: Nicole Deziel, Yale School of Public Health • TABLE 3: Wendy Shelton, Virtual Beast/Colorado State University • TABLE 4: Daniel Promislow, University of Washington • TABLE 5: Matthew Breen, North Carolina State University • TABLE 6: Rod Page, Colorado State University • VIRTUAL TABLE: Danielle Carlin, NIEHS, and Roy Jensen, University of Kansas* 11:45 am Session 5: Identifying Research Gaps and Setting a Research Agenda: Recommendations and Next Steps for the Path Forward Moderator: Linda Birnbaum, NIEHS, NTP, Emeritus Report Backs from Facilitated Discussions and Workshop Reflections (each with 5 minutes for report back summaries and workshop reflections, followed by open discussion among workshop participants) • Bill Farland, Colorado State University, Emeritus • Nicole Deziel, Yale School of Public Health • Wendy Shelton, Virtual Beast/Colorado State University • Daniel Promislow, University of Washington • Matthew Breen, North Carolina State University • Rod Page, Colorado State University • Danielle Carlin, NIEHS* • Roy Jensen, University of Kansas* Concluding Remarks and Next Steps for the Field Linda Birnbaum, NIEHS, NTP, Emeritus 1:00 pm Adjourn

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To examine the potential role of companion animals as sentinels of relevant, shared environmental exposures that may affect human aging and cancer, the National Cancer Policy Forum held a workshop in collaboration with the Forum on Aging, Disability, and Independence and the Standing Committee on the Use of Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions to explore this promising and underutilized pathway for research. Presentations and panel discussions covered the current state of the science and pathways for accelerating research, along with opportunities and challenges for using this novel translational approach to exposure science to advance human health. This Proceedings of a Workshop outlines the presentations and discussions that occurred during the workshop.

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