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  • Second International Workshop For Regulation Of Animal Biotechnology
    Innovation regulation and economic performance The impact of asynchronous regulation on international trade Alejandro Silva Argentina Panel Challenges and Opportunities for Regulatory Harmonization in Animal Biotechnology Regulatory approaches in different countries Eric Hallerman US International organizations Implications for rDNA animals Luc Bourbonniere Jim Louter Canada Challenges and opportunities for harmonization of regulatory animal biotechnology Luiz Antonio Barreto de Castro Brazil Industry Panel Impact of Differential Regulatory Approaches and Asynchrony on the use of Livestock Cloning Regulatory harmonization and global trade Claudo Bisioli Argentina Differential impact of regulatory approaches and asynchrony of livestock cloning Marc Masserati Jr Brazil Cloning value in bovine and animal agriculture David Thorbahn US DAY 2 Tuesday August 19 2014 Potential for Animal Biotechnologies in Different Sectors Potential impact of animal biotechnology on food and economic security in developing economies Steve Kemp Kenya Animal Industry Perspectives on Animal Biotechnology Biotechnology investment David Thorbahn US Genetically engineered models of disease John Swart USA Technology and Science directed Regulation Panel Science based regulations and challenges associated with animal biotechnologies Using science to inform risk assessment and regulation Eric Hallerman US Canadian Assessment of Foods and Feeds derived from rDNA animals team work approach Luc Bourbonniere Canada Regulatory frameworks from an emerging economy perspective Indian regulatory approach to biotechnologies S R Rao India Technology and science directed regulation Product based vs process based regulation Harlan Howard Brinda Dass and Larisa Rudenko US Food animals versus public health applications Maria Lucia Zaidan Dagli Brazil Environmental Risk Assessment for release of animals developed via biotechnology in Canada Jim Louter Canada What can we learn from 20 years of genomic research regarding the risk of modifying genomes Perry Hackett US Case Studies Regulatory experiences with GE animals and insects Panel GE mosquito Regulatory process communication with public lessons learned Genetically engineered self limiting

    Original URL path: http://www.nbiap.vt.edu/2nd-Intl-Workshop-Animal-Biotech-Agenda.aspx (2015-11-02)
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  • LinkedIn Signup Information
    Feedback LinkedIn Signup Information An account on the LinkedIn website is required to join and use the Regulation and Opportunities for Animal Biotechnologies online forum If you do not have a LinkedIn account some resources are provided below to help you get started Create an Account on LinkedIn Sign Up and Log In to LinkedIn Video Describing the Process to Set Up a LinkedIn Account Return to Animal Biotechnology Resources

    Original URL path: http://www.nbiap.vt.edu/linkedin-info.aspx (2015-11-02)
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