Biomonitoring California Scientific Guidance Panel Meeting, June 2008

Meeting Date & Time: Tuesday, June 10, 2008 -
9:00am to 5:00pm

Agenda

Individual presentation slides are available as pdf files below

June 10, 2008 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Elihu M. Harris State Office Building, 1515 Clay Street, Auditorium, Oakland, CA 94612

  • Convening the Meeting
    Welcome and Swearing-in of Panel Member Julia Quint, Ph.D.
    Joan Denton, Ph.D., Director, Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA)
  • Meeting Overview
    Edward Moreno, M.D., Chair, Scientific Guidance Panel
  • Update on Program Activities
    Michael Lipsett, M.D., California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Environmental Health Investigations Branch (EHIB)
  • Possible Chemicals for Biomonitoring in California

    Framework for Chemical Selection
    Lauren Zeise, Ph.D., OEHHA

    Report on Public Input on Chemicals to Biomonitor
    Diana Lee, M.P.H., R.D., CDPH EHIB

    Report on Inquiries to State Programs
    Gail Krowech, Ph.D., OEHHA

Public Comment

SGP Discussion

SGP Recommendations, Including Chemicals to Add to the Designated Chemicals List

    • Update on Laboratory Capacity

      Peter Flessel, Ph.D., CDPH Environmental Health Laboratory Branch

      Myrto Petreas, Ph.D., California Department of Toxic Substances Control, Environmental Chemistry Laboratory
    • Approaches for Identifying Priority Chemicals for Biomonitoring in California

      Chemical Selection Approaches and Criteria
      Lauren Zeise, Ph.D., OEHHA

Report on Public Input on Selecting Priority Chemicals
Amy Dunn, M.P.H., OEHHA

Report on Inquiries to State Programs on Selecting Priority Chemicals
Gail Krowech, Ph.D., OEHHA
Public Comment
SGP Discussion

  • Meeting Summary
    George V. Alexeeff, Ph.D., D.A.B.T., OEHHA Deputy Director for Scientific Affairs
  • Meeting Adjourned

Materials for the SGP meeting to be held on June 10, 2008

Update on Program Activities

Possible Chemicals for Biomonitoring in California

Update on Laboratory Capacity

Approaches for Identifying Priority Chemicals for Biomonitoring in California