“Science stakeholders consensus: what’s the trick?”
19-20 November 2014
The Sheraton Brussels Hotel
Place Rogier 3, 1210, Brussels
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
17:30 – 18:00
18:00 – 19:30
Poster session on 2013-2014 recently started and ongoing projects.
20140912 Workshop
Posters 2014.xlsx
Networking cocktail
19:30 – 22:00
Workshop Dinner
20:30 - 21:00
LRI Award dinner talk session
Chair: Mr John Metselaar, Procter & Gamble R&D, BE (confirmed)
Dinner talk 1 (20min): Award 2013 project results: Environmental
programming of respiratory allergy in childhood: the applicability of
saliva to study the effect of environmental exposures on DNA
Dr Sabine Langie, VITO (Flemish Institute for Technological Research), BE,
Awardee 2013 (confirmed)
LRI Innovative Science Award presentation to Awardee 2014
Mr John Metselaar, Procter & Gamble R&D, BE (confirmed)
Dinner talk 2 (10min): Award 2014 project plans: Covalent Modification
of Histones by Carcinogens: a novel proteomic approach toward the
assessment of chemically-induced cancers – CarcHistonOmic
Dr Alexandra Antunes, Centro de Química Estrutural, Complexo
Interdisciplinar Instituto Superior Técnico, PT, Awardee 2014 (confirmed)
Thursday, 20 November 2014
8:00 – 8:30
Registration and welcome coffee
8:30 – 8:50
Welcome and outline
Outlook on LRI long-term challenges refocus
Dr Stuart Marshall, Unilever, Chair Cefic LRI Strategy Implementation Group
8:50– 12:45
Plenary session: LRI projects impact with focus on exposure,
biomonitoring, toxicogenomics, sediment transformation, doseresponse, and benefit-risk analysis (15min talk +5min Q’s)
Chair: Dr Bruno Hubesch, Cefic, LRI Programme Manager, BE (confirmed)
8:50 – 9:10
What is Safe in Lugano?
Dr Karen Niven, Shell, NL (confirmed)
9:15 – 9:35
B7: "Validation of a tiered approach to aggregate exposure modelling".
Dr Natalie von Götz, ETH Zurich, CH (confirmed)
9:40 – 10:00
B9: Characterising the nature of dermal exposure from consumer
products and articles
Dr Hans Marquart or Dr Suzanne Spaan, TNO, NL (tbc)
10:05 – 10:25
HBM4: Representativeness of a single biomonitoring sample
Dr Roel Smolders VITO (Flemish Institute for Technological Research), BE
10:30 – 10:50
Coffee break
10:50 – 11:10
AIMT3: Toxicogenomics and high-throughput
predictions for risk assessment
Dr Danyel Jennen, Univ Maastricht, NL (confirmed)
11:10 – 11:30
B10: Reference doses: does adding human data help?
Prof David Jones, Imperial College London, UK (confirmed)
11:35 – 11:55
ECO18: Developing improved strategies
persistence at the water-sediment interface
Dr Katrin Fenner, EAWAG, CH (confirmed)
12:00 – 12:20
ECO20: An alternative testing strategy for the fish early life-stage test
using the AOP framework
Prof Dries Knapen, Universiteit Antwerpen, BE (confirmed)
12:25 – 12:45
S2: Foresight study on introduction of new technologies; the case of
Dr Steve Hankin, Institute Of Occupational Medicine, Edinburgh, UK
12:45 – 14:15
14:15 – 16:45
Thematic Session (with panel): What’s needed to streamline the
science argumentation and consensus process?
Chair: Prof Erik Lebret, RIVM, NL, ESAP (confirmed)
Charge questions (scientific writer-Tim Reynolds?- to capture learnings)
1. Whose opinion matters in science controversies?
2. How to deal collectively with new/emerging evidence?
3. Is media caught between two fires?
4. Looking for a referee? What suprastructure is needed? Future
14:15 – 14:35
Science and innovation: drivers for societal benefits
Dr Gernot Klotz, Board member Key Enabling Technology (KET) group
or Mrs Loredana Ghinea, Executive Director SPIRE (confirmed)
14:40 – 16:40
Thematic Session Panel
1. Academic from Scientific Society: Prof Monica Amorim, University of
Aveiro, SETAC Europe President (confirmed)
2. Academic from EC scientific advisory committee: Prof Jim Bridges,
University of Surrey (confirmed)
3. Academic from epidemiological society: Prof Maurice Zeegers, University
of Maastricht (confirmed)
4. Media: tbc
5. EC President Scientific Advisor: Prof Lesley Anne Glover (GKL to follow)
6. EC Scientific Committee Manager: Dr Laurent Bontoux (confirmed)
7. Chemical industry: Dr Karen Niven, Shell, LRI SIG member (confirmed)
15:30 – 16:00
Coffee break
16:40 – 16:45
Conclusions and future perspectives
Dr Gernot Klotz, CEFIC Research & Innovation, BE (confirmed)
Short evaluation and Close of Cefic-LRI Workshop 2014
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