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Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Participant List." Institute of Medicine. 1999. Enhancing the Regulatory Decision-Making Approval Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9453.
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APPENDIX D
Enhancing the Regulatory Approval Process for Food Ingredient Technologies

May 6-7, 1997

Participants List

Cathy Badami

Government Relations Manager

Council for Responsible Nutrition

Washington, DC

Catherine J. Bailey

Science Policy Analyst

FDA/CFSAN

Washington, DC

Sarah Barnett

Vice President Public Affairs

Sugar Association

Washington, DC

R. Daniel Benz

Review Toxicologist

USFDA/CFSAN

Washington, DC

Sanford Bigelow

Director

Medical Nutritionals Regulatory Affairs

Ross Products Division

Columbus, OH

Herbert Blumenthal

Consultant

12545 Two Farm Drive

Silver Spring, MD

Margaret Bogle

Coordinator Delta NIRI

USDA/ARS—National Program Staff

Beltsville, MD

Camille Brewer

Nutritionist

Food and Drug Administration

Washington, DC

Nancy M. Childs

Saint Joseph's University

Philadelphia, PA

David B. Clissold

Associate

Hyman, Phelps and McNamara, P.C.

Washington, DC

Catherine Copp

Associate Chief Counsel for Foods

Food and Drug Administration

Rockville, MD

Nancy Crane

Nutritionist

FDA/CFSAN

Washington, DC

Eunice Cuirle

Manager, Regulatory Affairs

FMC Corporation

Philadelphia, PA

Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Participant List." Institute of Medicine. 1999. Enhancing the Regulatory Decision-Making Approval Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9453.
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Frances Davidson

USAID

Washington, DC

Fred H. Degnan

Lawyer

King & Spalding

Washington, DC

Anne Depman

Science Policy Analyst

FDA/CFSAN

Washington, DC

Adrienne Dern

Reporter

Food Chemical News

Washington, DC

Lynn Dickey

Branch Chief

FSIS/USDA

Fort Washington, MD

Charlene Dieter

Nutritionist

WIC Program

Springfield, VA

Sean Donohue

Labor and Human Resources Committee

Washington, DC

Patricia A. Dozier

Public Health Nutritionist

DC Government

Washington, DC

Robert Drotman

Vice President

Food Safety

Frito-Lay

Plano, TX

Robert Earl

Director of Public Health

International Food Information Council

Washington, DC

James T. Elfotrum

Manager, Regulatory Affairs

Rhone-Poulenc Inc.

Cranbury, NJ

Kathryn A. Finerty

Corporate Counsel

Universal Foods Corporation

Milwaukee, WI

Kenneth D. Fisher

Executive Director

Commission on Dietary Supplement Labels

Washington, DC

Carol Fletcher

Nutritionist

USDA/FSIS

Washington, DC

Frank Flora

Food Scientist

USDA/CSREES

Washington, DC

Victor Frattali

Deputy Director for Programs

FDA/CFSAN

Washington, DC

Mary Beth Fritz

Manager Regulatory Assurance

Pepsi Cola Company

Valhalla, NY

Mary Virginia Garza

Ellicott City, MD

Walter H. Glinsmann

Consultant

Glinsmann, Inc.

Washington, DC

John W. Gordon

Science Policy Analyst

Food and Drug Administration

Office of Policy Planning and Strategic Initiatives

Washington, DC

Rodney J.H. Gray

Manager, Regulatory Affairs

Hercules Incorporated

Wilmington, DE

Carolyn K. Gund

Phoenix Regulatory Associates, Ltd.

Sterling, VA

Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Participant List." Institute of Medicine. 1999. Enhancing the Regulatory Decision-Making Approval Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9453.
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Mercy Hammond

Dietitian

Mitchellville, MD

Barbara Harland

Professor, Department of Nutrition Science

Howard University

Washington, DC

John Hathcock

Director

Nutritional & Regulatory Science Council for Responsible Nutrition

Washington, DC

James T. Heimbach

TAS, Inc.

Washington, DC

Jerry Hjelle

Vice President, Nutrition and Consumer Products

MONSANTO Company

Deerfield, IL

Margaret Hoke

Nutritionist

USDA/ARS/NDL

Riverdale, MD

William J. Hudnall

Assistant Deputy Administrator-OPPI

USDA/FSIS/OPPDE

Washington, DC

Jayne Hurley

Senior Nutritionist

Center for Science in the Public Interest

Washington, DC

Michael F. Jacobson

Executive Director

Center for Science in the Public Interest

Washington, DC

Sally Jones

Food Technologist

USDA/FSIS

Washington, DC

Timothy Kanaley

Program Coordinator

International Food Information Council

Washington, DC

Mark A. Kantor

Associate Professor

University of Maryland

College Park, MD

Lisa Kelly

Associate

N. Chapman Associates

Washington, DC

John C. Kirschman

Consultant

Kirschman Associates

Emmaus, PA

The Hon. Scott Klug

U.S. Congress

Washington, DC

Ian Knight

President

Knight International

Tappahannock, VA

Daniel A. Kracov

Partner

Patton Boggs, L.L.P.

Washington, DC

Naomi Kulakow

Coordinator, Food Labeling Education

Food and Drug Administration

Washington, DC

Evelyn Lashley

Dietitian

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Beltsville, MD

Helen Lee

Toxicologist

Food and Drug Administration

Washington, DC

Anne Lindsay

Director, Field and External Affairs Division

Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, DC

Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Participant List." Institute of Medicine. 1999. Enhancing the Regulatory Decision-Making Approval Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9453.
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Ronald J. Lorentzen

Strategic Manager for Risk Assessment/Communication

Food and Drug Administration

Washington, DC

William B. Luth

Director, Corporate Quality

Universal Foods Corporation

Milwaukee, WI

R. Jane Mandell

Nutrition Program Coordinator

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Alexandria, VA

Anita Manka

Food Technologist

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Washington, DC

Kendra Martello

Legal Assistant

Morgan, Lewis and Bockius

Washington, DC

Stephen H. McNamara

Partner

Hyman, Phelps, McNamara

Washington, DC

Lyn O'Brien Nabors

Executive Vice President

Calorie Control Council

Atlanta, GA

Juan Navia

Principal Scientist

McNeil Specialty Products

Athens, GA

Rosetta Newsome

Senior Food Scientist

Institute of Food Technologists

Chicago, IL

Lars Noah

University of Florida College of Law

Gainesville, FL

Owen Olesen

Director of Quality

Red Star BioProducts

Milwaukee, WI

Regina A. Payne

Child Adult Care Food Program Coordinator

United Planning Organization

Washington, DC

Robert C. Post

Deputy Director

Food Safety and Inspection Service

Washington, DC

Sharan A. Prasad

Dietitian

Vivra Renal Care

Washington, DC

Daniel J. Raiten

Senior Staff Scientist

Life Sciences Research Office/FASEB

Bethesda, MD

Jim G. Rasekh

Food Technologist

Food Safety and Inspection Service

Washington, DC

Joe M. Regenstein

Legislative Science Fellow

United States Senate

Washington, DC

Alison Reich

Regulatory Project Manager

TAS, Inc.

Washington, DC

Richard R. Reo

Associate Director, Regulatory Affairs

McNeil Specialty Products

New Brunswick, NJ

Lourdes Sandoval

Dietitian

Gambro Health Care Service

Washington, DC

Bob Scheuplein

Consultant

Winberg Consultant Group

Washington, DC

David Schnakenberg

10108 Tamarack Drive

Vienna, VA

Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Participant List." Institute of Medicine. 1999. Enhancing the Regulatory Decision-Making Approval Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9453.
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Marilyn D. Schorin

Group Manager, Nutrition and Science

Pepsi Cola Company

Valhalla, NY

Prabhdip Sekhon

Nutritionist

PSI Services Inc.

Washington, DC

Carol Shivezy-Knight

Vice President

Knight International

Tappahannock, VA

Thomas J. Sobotka

Research Neurotoxicology

Food and Drug Administration

Laurel, MD

Dan. Steffen

Manager Scientific Relations

Kraft Foods

Tarrytown, NY

Mary K. Stone

Clinical Dietitian

Springfield Hospital Center

Sykesville, MD

Junko Alice Tamaki

Nutritionist

Agricultural Research Service

Beltsville, MD

Susan Thompson

Chemist

Food and Drug Administration

Washington, DC

Toni M. Thrush

Clinical Dietitian

Springfield Hospital Center

Ellicott City, MD

Dorothy W. Tousignant

Food and Drug Administration

Washington, DC

Liz Turner

Executive Director

Sustain

Washington, DC

Richetta Webb

Public Health Nutritionist

Department of Health

Washington, DC

Ronald Weiss

Research Program Manager

Food Research Institute

Madison, WI

Patricia N. White.

Nutritionist

U.S. Department of Administration

Cheverly, MD

Mary Woo

Potomac, MD

John T. Woodard

Food and Drug Regulatory Specialist

Dow Corning Corporation

Midland, MI

Elizabeth A. Yetley

Director, Office of Special Nutritionals

Food and Drug Administration

Washington, DC

Irene E. Yuhaniak

Nutritionist

Agricultural Research Service

Riverdale, MD

Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Participant List." Institute of Medicine. 1999. Enhancing the Regulatory Decision-Making Approval Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9453.
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The Institute of Medicine's (IOM's) Food Forum was established in 1993 to allow science and technology leaders in the food industry, top administrators in the federal government, representatives from consumer interest groups, and academicians to discuss and debate food and food safety issues openly and in a neutral setting. The Forum provides a mechanism for these diverse groups to identify possible approaches for addressing food and food safety problems and issues surrounding the often complex interactions among industry, academia, regulatory agencies, and consumers.

On May 6-7, 1997, the Forum convened a workshop titled Enhancing the Regulatory Decision-Making Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies. Workshop speakers and participants discussed legal aspects of the direct food additive approval process, changes in science and technology, and opportunities for reform. Two background papers, which can be found in Appendix A and B, were shared with the participants prior to the workshop. The first paper provided a description and history of the legal framework of the food ingredient approval process and the second paper focused on changes in science and technology practices with emphasis placed on lessons learned from case studies. This document presents a summary of the workshop.

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