The CropLife America & RISE Regulatory Conference is the preeminent scientific and technical forum for the pesticide industry and regulators. Speakers will provide technical and policy input on issues related to pollinators, ecological and human health risk assessment, endangered species risk assessment, MRLs and international trade, and much more. Come participate in interactive sessions and network with conference attendees. Click here to view the agenda.
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Thursday, April 4
Series I: Good Epidemiology Practices for Pesticide Exposure Assessment: the Time has Come
Series I: Science Policy Activities for Endangered Species Risk Assessment
Series II: Exposure-based Toxicity Testing for Human Health Assessment
Series II: Perspectives on MRLs and International Trade
Series II: Linking Endpoints to Protection Goals for Endangered Species Risk Assessment
Series III: Water, Water, Everywhere: Methods to Estimate Concentrations of Pesticides in Drinking Water and Their Impact on Dietary Risk Assessment
Series III: Social Media Success: Influencers Create Buzz
Series III: MRL Challenges for the Food and Beverage Industry
Series III: Electronic Label Submission: Current Work and Plans for the Future
Friday, April 5
Series IV: When Will the Alternative Become the New Standard? Integrating and Accepting Predictive Toxicology Methods for Carcinogenicity Assessment as a Replacement to the Rodent Cancer Bioassay
Series IV: Innovation in Product Formulation
Series IV: Part 1 - Potential Options for Up-front Species Conservation and the Benefits of These Practices to the ESA Consultation Process
Series V: Product Stewardship for Pollinators: Practices and Collaboration Among Stakeholders
Series V: Efficiencies in the Regulation of Product Chemistry
Series V: Part 2 - Potential Options for Up-front Species Conservation and the Benefits of These Practices to the ESA Consultation Process