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QEEN II: 2nd Quantifying Exposure to Engineered Nanomaterials from Manufactured Products Workshop Agenda with Links to Presentations

Sponsored by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and co-hosted by the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI)

 

 

 

Tuesday, October 9, 2018: Taking Stock: Nanomaterial Exposure Science in 2018

8:00-8:30

Registration

8:30-8:45

Plenary Session (1), Workshop Opening and Welcoming Remarks.

Treye Thomas (CPSC, NNI Coordinator for Environmental, Health, and Safety Research) - slides

Lisa Friedersdorf (Director, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office—NNCO)

8:45-10:15

Advances and Knowledge Gains Since QEEN I. Chuck Geraci (NIOSH) - slides

What Have We Learned About Environmental Realism with Respect to Nanomaterial Exposure? Paul Westerhoff (Arizona State U.) 

10:15-10:30

Break

10:30-12:00

Concurrent Breakout Session (1)

Session A. Quantifying Potential Acute and Chronic Exposure from 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing. Co-chairs: Tim Nurkiewicz (W. Virginia U.) and Alyson Johnson (NIOSH) - slides

Speakers: Peter Byrley (EPA) - slides; Justin Gorham (NIST) - slides; Sandra Pirela (SafeBridge Consultants, Inc.) - slides; Souhail al-Abed (EPA)

Session B. Assessing Exposure and Health Effects for Nanomaterial Workers: Epidemiologic and Biomarker Approaches. Co-chairs: Gabriele Windgasse (CA Dept. of Public Health) and Paul Schulte (NIOSH)

Speakers:  Paul Schulte (NIOSH) - slides; John Beard (Brigham Young U.) - slides; Robin Keeler (Dept. of Energy) - slides; Mike Kleeman (UC Davis) - slides; Gabriele Windgasse (CA Dept. of Public Health) - slides

Session C.Integrating Exposure and Toxicity Assessments of Nanomaterials at Different Stages of the Life Cycle. Co-chairs: Aaron Erdely (NIOSH) and Christie Sayes (Baylor U.)

Speakers: Aaron Erdely (NIOSH); Kim Rogers (EPA); Jenny Roberts (NIOSH); Mark Wiesner (Duke U.); Christie Sayes (Baylor U.) - slides

Session D. Exposure to Nanomaterials in Agroecosystems and Agricultural Production. Co-chairs: Jason White (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station—CAES) and Arturo Keller (UC Santa Barbara—UCSB)

Speakers:  Greg Lowry (Carnegie Mellon U.) - slides; Juan Pablo Giraldo (UC Riverside); Swadeshmukul Santra (U. Central Florida) - slides; Mathews Paret (U. of Florida) - slides; Carmen Gomes (Iowa State U.); Wade Elmer (CAES); Leanne Gilbertson (U. Pittsburgh)

 

12:00-1:30

Lunch Break (on your own)

1:30-2:30               

Plenary Session (2), Roundtable Discussion - Connecting the Pieces: Linking Manufacture and Use of Nanomaterials or Nanotechnology-Enabled Products with Exposure, Outcome, and Risk.

Chair: Igor Linkov (U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center—ERDC) - slides

Roundtable Panel: Benjamin Trump (U.S. Army ERDC) slides; Will Boyes (EPA) - slides; Mark Wiesner (Duke U.) - slides; Wu-Sheng Shih (Brewer Science) - slides

2:30-2:45

Break

2:45-4:15               

Concurrent Breakout Session (2)

Session A. Exposure Scenario: Workplace Exposure. Co-chairs: Laura Hodson (NIOSH) and Scott Brown (Chemours)

Speakers: Kevin L. Dunn (NIOSH) - slides; Delphine Bard (Health and Safety Laboratory, Health and Safety Executive United Kingdom) - slides; Michele Shepard (Colden Corp.) - slides; Marilyn Black (UL) - slides

Session B. Exposure Scenario: Consumer Exposure (General Products). Co-chairs: Joanna Matheson (CPSC) and Sandra Pirela (SafeBridge Consultants, Inc.)

Speakers: Gedi Mainelis (Rutgers U.); Sandra Pirela (SafeBridge Consultants, Inc.) - slides; Joanna Matheson (CPSC) - slides

Session C. Nanomaterial Exposure in Ecological Systems. Co-chairs: Elijah Petersen (NIST) and Monika Mortimer (UC Santa Barbara -UCSB) - slides

Speakers: Paul Westerhoff (Arizona State U.); Adeyemi Adelaye (UC Irvine); Monique Johnson (NIST); Elijah Petersen (NIST); Monika Mortimer (UCSB)

Session D. Emerging Technologies and Advanced Materials: Stakeholder Perspectives on Exposure, Hazard, and Risk Assessment. Co-chairs: Shaun Clancy (Evonik-retired) and Silvia Maberti (ExxonMobil)

Speakers: Bruce Lippy (CPWR—The Center for Construction Research and Training) - slides; Angela Hight Walker (NIST) - slides; Rick Canady (Neutral Science) - slides; Treye Thomas (CPSC) - slides; Ken Moss (EPA) - slides

4:15-5:00

Plenary Session (3), Reporting Out from the Day’s Breakout Sessions. Chair: Deborah Burgin (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry)

5:00-6:00

Evening Poster Session (Auditorium Lobby Area)

 

Wednesday, October 10: Tackling the Challenges in Nanomaterial Exposure Science

8:30-10:15

Plenary Session (4), Exposure-Driven Risk Assessment for Nanosafety Research. Chair: William Boyes (EPA) - slides

Exposure-driven risk assessment of engineered nanomaterials released from nano-enabled products across their life cycle: Lessons learned from case studies. Phil Demokritou (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health)

Roundtable panel: Alison Elder (U. Rochester); Gedi Mainelis (Rutgers U.)

10:15-10:30

Break

10:30-12:00

Concurrent Breakout Session (3)

Session A. Dosimetry Modeling and Computational Approaches to Evidence Integration. Chair: Annie Jarabek (EPA) - slides

Speakers: Gunter Oberdoerster (U. Rochester); Jordan Smith (Pacific Northwest National Lab) - slides; Christine Hendren (Duke U.) - slides; Holger Behrsing (Institute for In Vitro Sciences, Inc.) - slides

Session B. Consumer Exposure: Food, Food Contact, and Personal Care Products. Co-chairs:  Hongda Chen (USDA/NIFA) and Jo Anne Shatkin (Vireo Advisors)

Speakers: Hang Xiao (U. of Mass. Amherst) - slides; Cristina Sabliov (Louisiana State U.) - slides; Tim Duncan (FDA) - slides; Yanyun Zhao (Oregon State U.); Maria Rubino (Michigan State U. School of Packaging) - slides

Session C. Characterization and Quantification. Co-chairs: Todd Luxton (EPA) and Keana Scott (NIST)

Speakers: Kirk Scheckel (EPA) - slides; James Ranville (Co. School Mines) - slides; Justin Clar (Elon U.) - slides; Ryan Beams (FDA) - slides; Jason Unrine (U. of Kentucky) - slides; Jana Navratilova (EPA) - slides; Matt Bangert (NanoComp Technologies)

Session D. Meet the New Investigators: Fresh Perspectives on the Breakthroughs They are they Hoping to Make and the Challenges They Face. Co-chairs: Dilpreet Singh (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health) and Lisa Friedersdorf (NNCO)

Speakers: Nancy Monteiro-Riviere (Kansas State U.) - slides; Lila Thornton (Duke U. and Young Nano Scientists) - slides; Zach Shepard (U. Rhode Island) - slides; Kevin L. Dunn (NIOSH); Jazlynn Sykes (U. Arkansas); Scott Brown (Chemours) - slides

12:00-1:00

Lunch (on your own)

1:00-2:30

Plenary Session (5) Chair: Janet Carter (OSHA) - slides

Fostering U.S.-International Collaboration in Integrating Exposure in Nanomaterial Risk Evaluation.  Vladimir Murashov (NIOSH) - slides

Roundtable Panel: Christof Asbach (The Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology) - slides; Anil Patri (FDA) - slides; Rick Canady (Neutral Science) - slides; Nora Savage (National Science Foundation) - slides; Cathy Fehrenbacher (EPA) - slides

2:30-3:00

Workshop Wrap-Up: Lessons Learned and Next Steps. Chair: Janet Carter (OSHA)

Concluding Remarks