Envisioning the expertise of the future

BREAK-OUT SESSION

Thursday 20 September 2018 / 13:45 - 17:30

Science is advancing faster than ever, future scientific needs are not always predictable and society is playing a greater role in the production of scientific evidence.

Complex challenges call for multiple responses. Regulatory agencies and scientific organisations need to take these scientific and social advances into account to ensure they can continue to protect humans, animals and the environment.

The session will look at how regulatory agencies can respond to future developments and discuss the key ingredients for a successful recipe for the future such as the importance of working across disciplines, the added value of international cooperation, and working with society. This will provide us with relevant and appropriate methodologies and expertise for the future.

 

Chair
Selomey Yamadjako European Food Safety Authority
Chair
Alison Brimelow Former President of the European Patent Office
13:45-13:50

Opening of session and welcome

Selomey Yamadjako

European Food Safety Authority
13:50-14:05

Learning from others, re-thinking the way to manage your business and be ready to embrace the future

Ciarán McGinley

NormannPartners
14:05-14:20

Dealing with a new kind of team: The crowd

Anna Noel-Storr

University of Oxford
14:20-14:35

Develop new approaches to the use of future scientific evidence: A must?

Matthew Wood

University of Sheffield
14:35-14:50

The role of communities and infrastructures to enhance responsiveness

Hilary Hanahoe

Research Data Alliance
14:50-15:05

TBC

15:05-15:15

Questions & Answers

15:15-15:45 Coffee break
15:45-16:05

The added value of the community and international collaboration in embracing scientific change

Kaoruko Tachibana

Food Safety Commission of Japan
16:05-16:10

The importance of the "C" factor when responding to future challenges

Ian Cotgreave

Swetox
16:10-16:15

Using citizens science platforms and how to develop new capabilities to validate a broader set of information

John Palmer

Pompeu Fabra University
16:15-16:20

Engaging stakeholders to improve the national phytosanitary systems and build ownership

Sarah Brunel

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
16:20-16:25

Embrace the change: Improve efficiency through collaboration

Alisdair Wotherspoon

Formerly of the Food Standards Agency
16:25-16:30

Networking as a tool to scan the horizon and increase preparedness for regulatory agencies

Djien Liem

European Food Safety Authority
16:30-17:25

Moderated Panel discussion

Moderator: Alison Brimelow

Former President of the European Patent Office
17:25-17:30

Wrap up – Concluding remarks

Selomey Yamadjako

European Food Safety Authority
17:30 - 18:00 Poster exhibit and poster pitches

rapporteurs

Lucia de Luca European Food Safety Authority
Federica Barrucci European Food Safety Authority
Svetla Naydenova European Food Safety Authority
George Kass European Food Safety Authority

Full programme