Session 1: Needs for veterinary research
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Critical Needs for Research in Veterinary Science Appendix C Workshop on National Needs for Research in Veterinary Science AGENDA July 19-20, 2004 The National Academy of Sciences Building, Washington, DC July 19, 2004 8:30–8:50 a.m. Welcome and introduction James Womack, Texas A&M University Session 1: Needs for veterinary research 8:50–9:10 Veterinary research needs in industry Rowland J. Kinkler, Pfizer Global Research and Development 9:10–9:30 Research needs in food and drug safety Stephen Sundlof, Food and Drug Administration 9:30–9:50 Research needs in companion animal research Edward Breitschwerdt, North Carolina State University 9:50–10:10 Resource, infrastructure and personnel needs in genetic disease and gene therapy research John Wolfe, University of Pennsylvannia 10:30–10:50 Questions and Answers 10:50–11:10 Break 11:10–12:10 p.m. Breakout group discussion 12:10–12:50 Report to group 12:50–2:10 Lunch
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Critical Needs for Research in Veterinary Science Session 2: Vision for veterinary research: government perspectives 2:10–2:30 NIH program on disease ecology Joshua Rosenthal, Fogarty International Center, National Institutes of Health 2:30–2:50 How would NIH roadmap address research needs in veterinary science? Norka Ruiz-Bravo, Office of Extramural Research, National Institutes of Health 2:50–3:10 Program needs in Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES) William Wagner, US Department of Agriculture 3:10–3:30 CDC programs in veterinary research Nina Marano, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 3:30–3:50 Questions and answers 3:50–4:10 Break 4:10–5:10 Breakout group discussion 5:10–6:00 Report to group 6:00 Wrap-up and adjourn for day July 20, 2004 Session 3: Integration of veterinary science into tomorrow’s research 8:30–8:50 a.m. Need for integration of molecular and whole animal research Linda Saif, Ohio State University 8:50–9:10 Need for veterinary researchers in ecology of infectious diseases Gary Smith, University of Pennsylvania 9:10–9:30 Crosscutting research in veterinary science and integration of disciplines in veterinary college Anthony Frank, Colorado State University 9:30–9:50 Linkage opportunities in veterinary science research Eugene Allen, University of Minnesota 9:50–10:10 What expertise does USDA-NADC need in the next 5 years? Keith Murray, US Department of Agriculture 10:10–10:30 Questions and answers 10:30–10:50 Break 10:50–11:50 Breakout group discussion 11:50–12:30 Report to group 12:30 Wrap-up for workshop James Womack, Texas A&M University 12:35 Workshop adjourn
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