Last summer, the Reagan-Udall Foundation convened an independent expert panel to panel to conduct an evaluation of the FDA’s human foods program with the goal of strengthening FDA’s role in food regulation. The panel spent several months receiving input from key stakeholders and assessing the program’s culture, structure and leadership, resources, and authorities. Their work culminated in the December 6th release of a final report entitled “Operational Evaluation of the FDA Human Foods Program.” Join leading experts–including former FDA officials–who will address the report’s key findings and recommendations as well as discuss opportunities and challenges for agency implementation and the potential impact on industry, food safety, and public health.

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Sharon Lindan Mayl, Partner, DLA Piper LLP
Stephen Ostroff, Public Health and Regulatory Consultant, S. Ostroff Consulting and Medical Science Trustee, US Pharmacopeia (USP)
Sarah Sorscher, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)
Moderated by Ricardo Carvajal, Director, Hyman, Phelps & McNamara, P.C. and Member, FDLI Board of Directors

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