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Appendix A Committee on Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Affiliations and Major Research interests CHA IRANIAN: VICE CHAIRMAN: John Cairns Profe ssor Department of Microbiology Harvard School of Public Health Boston, Mas s. Ma jar i ntere st: Molecular biology MEMBERS: . Selwyn A. Broitman Assistant Dean and Professor of Microbiology and Nutritional Science s Department of Microbiology Boston University School of Medicine Boston, Mass. Ma jar intere st s: Intestinal micro- flora and experimental gastro- enterology T. Colin Campbell Professor of Nutritional Bio- che~istry and Director of Nutrition and Cancer Program Project Division of Nutritional Sciences Cornell University Ithaca ~ N.Y. Major interests: Mechanisms of nutrient effects on chemical carcinogenesis, aflatoxin-induced bepatocarcinogenesis, and carcino- gen metabolism MEMBERS ( CONT INUED ): Clifford Grobstein Joan Dye Gussow Professor of Biological Sciences Chair and Public Policy University of California San Diego, Calif. Major interests: Developmental biology and biomedical tech- nology assessment Department of Nutrition Education Teachers College Columbia University New York, N.Y. Major interests: Social and tech- nological changes affecting the human food chain Laurence N. Kolonel Director Epidemiology Program, Cancer Center of Hawaii, and Professor of Public Health University of Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Major interest: Cancer epidemiology David Kritchevsky Associate Director Wistar Institute Philadelphia, Pa. Major interests: Lipid metabolism and atherosclerosis Walter Mertz Director Human Nutrition Research Center Agricultural Research Service U.S. Department of Agriculture Beltsville, Md. Major interests: Nutrition and trace elements Anthony Bernard Miller Director, National Cancer Insti- tute of Canada Epidemiology Unit and Professor, Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics Division of Community Health University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada Major interest: Cancer epidemiology 67
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68 Appendix A MEMBERS (CONTINUED): Michael J. Prival Research Microbiologist Genetic Toxicology Branch U.S. Food and Drug Administration Washington, D.C. Major interest: Mutagenicity testing using bacteria Thomas Joseph Slaga Director Systems Cancer Research Science Park Research Division University of Texas Smithville, Texas Major interests: Chemical carcinogenesis, pharmacology, biochemical endocrinology, and gene regulation Lee W. Wattenberg Professor Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology University of Minnesota Medical School Minneapolis, Minn. Major interests: Chemical car- cinogenesis and chemoprevention ADVISOR: Takashi Sugimura Director National Cancer Center Research Institute, Tokyo, and Professor, Institute of Medical Sciences Tokyo University Tokyo, Japan Major interests: Chemical car- cinogenesis and biochemistry NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL Sushma Palmer Project Director Commission on Life Sciences and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Georgetown University School of Medicine Washington, D.C. Major interests: Nutrition, growth, and development, and nutrition and immune response Kulbir Bakshi Staff Scientist Commission on Life Sciences and Adjunct Graduate Assistant Professor Howard University Washington, D.C. Major interest: Chemical mutagenesis Robert Hilton Research Associate Commission on Life Sciences Washington, D.C. Major interest: General biology Frances M. Peter Editor Commission on Life Sciences Washington, D.C. Major interest: Scientific communication
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