College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Institute of Applied Agriculture

Regulatory Pathways for Genetically Engineered Organisms

When: 
Tuesday, Mar. 28,
6:00pm to 8:00pm
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Where: 
Jull Hall, Room 1123
Address: 
Institute of Applied Agriculture
2123 Jull Hall
4196 Stadium Drive
College Park, MD 20742
United States
Presenter: 
Kate Rappaport of USDA APHIS Biotechnology Regulatory Service, and Bill Doley of USDA APHIS Biotechnology Regulatory Service
Description/Notes: 

Kate and Bill will share the work they do at the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Biotechnology Regulatory Services (BRS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). They will focus on the USDA’s regulatory pathway for genetically engineered (GE) prganisms and the coordinated framework between the USDA, FDA and EPA regarding the regulation of GE organisms. Kate will also share her experience in the Peace Corps and how it led to a career at the USDA. 

As an installment of our 2017 Sustainable Agriculture Tuesdays series, this workshop is open to the UMD community and free to attend.

Join us in person in 1123 Jull Hall, or tune in online for live streaming. To view a complete list of topics for upcoming Sustainable Ag Tuesdays, click here!

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Sustainable Agriculture Tuesdays are part of the campus-wide Sustainable Tuesdays lecture series co-sponsored by the Institute of Applied Agriculture, the School of Architecture(link is external), and the UMD Office of Sustainability(link is external).

Cost: 
Free
Contact: 
mbepste@umd.edu
Contact Email: 
Meredith Epstein
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