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2011 International Scientific Conference on EMF and Health: Conflict of Interests

2011 International Scientific Conference on EMF and Health: Conflict of Interests

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2011 International Scientific Conference on EMF and Health
1/6Wednesday 16 November and Thursday 17 November 2011, Charlemagne Building, BrusselsEuropean CommissionCharlemagne BuildingRue de la Loi 170B-1000 Brussels
List of Participants and Speakers
(
and their associations and conflict of interests
)
Willem Penning, European Commission DG SANCO
Mats-Olof Mattsson
, Austrian Institute of Technology, Seibersdorfsee statementsMichèle Rivasi, MEP Greens
Phil Chadwick
, MCL Technology Ltd.ICNIRP: Consulting Expert(
Chris Portier, US Center for Disease Controlsee statements
Georg Neubauer 
, Austrian Institute of Technology GmbHFSM funded researcher 
Simon Mann
, UK Health Protection AgencyICNIRP: Standing Committee on Physics & Engineering
Joachim Schüz
, International Agency for Research on Cancer FSM funded researcher 
Carmela Marino
, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and SustainableEconomic Development, ItalyICNIRP: Consulting Expert(
Emilie Van Deventer 
, World Health OrganizationMTHR UK 
http://www.mthr.org.uk/members/members.htmMTHR: «Funding is being provided jointly by the (UK) government and the mobile phone industrythrough an established firewall arrangement to ensure the independence of research»
FSM funded researcher  
Clemens Dasenbrock, Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine, Germany
Isabelle Lagroye
, University of Bordeaux, FranceFSM funded researcher 
ICNIRP: Standing Committee on Biology
Kerstin Hug, Swiss Tropical Institute, Basel
Leeka Kheifets
, University of California, Los Angeles, USAFSM funded researcher 
ICNIRP: Standing Committee on Epidemiology
 
2/6
Leeka Kheifets
, Cont.see statements
Leeka Kheifets formerly worked at EPRI, the research arm of the electric utility industry, inPalo Alto, CA, and she still receives research support from EPRI.
(MWN, November 2006)
Jukka Juutilainen
, University of Kuopio, FinlandICNIRP: Standing Committee on Biology
Peter Achermann
, University of Zürich, SwitzerlandMember of IT’IS Foundation Board (Vice President)
FSM funded researcher  
James Rubin
see statements
Anssi Auvinen
, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bem.20716/abstract(Author Information – Conflict of Interest)
:Anssi Auvinen receives research funding for the Finnish COSMOS component from theresearch programme of the National Technology Agency with contributions from networkoperators (TeliaSonera and Elisa) and Nokia. AA was the PI of the Finnish component of theInterphone consortium that was funded through the Fifth EU Framework programme, withpartial funding from the Mobile Manufacturers Forum and the GSM Association (with UICCas the firewall)
Maria Rosaria Scarfi
, CNR-Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of Environment, ItalyICNIRP: Consulting Expert(
Zenon Sienkiewicz
, UK Health Protection AgencyICNIRP: Main Commission Standing Committee on Biology:
MTHR UK 
Elisabeth Cardis, CREAL, Spain
Christoffer Johansen
, Danish Cancer Societysee statementsHeikki Hämalainen, University of Turku, FinlandJorgen Bach Andersen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Norbert Leitgeb
, Graz University of Technology, AustriaICNIRP: Consulting Expert(
Paolo Ravazzani, CNR Milan, Italy
Maria Feychting
, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden,ICNIRP: Main Commission Standing Committee on Biology:
FSM funded researcher  
Niels Kuster 
, IT‘IS, SwitzerlandIT’IS
IT’IS
FSM funded researcher  
The WHO was aware of Niels Kuster’s connections to the phone industry and thereforewas invited to participate in the May 2011 IARC meeting only as a “specialist” with no votingrightsWilliam Dab, CNAM, Paris France,
Peter Wiedemann
, Institut für Technologie Karlsruhe, Germanysee statements
 
3/6Martin Seychell, Deputy Director General, DG SANCO
Session 1:
Introduction, Horizontal topics, General outline
Chair: Peter Achermann, University of Zürich, Switzerland; Theodros Samaras, Aristotle Universityof Thessaloniki, Greece
Peter Achermann
, University of Zürich, SwitzerlandMember of IT’IS Foundation Board (Vice President)
FSM funded researcher  
Session 2:
The main sources of uncertainty in EMF health research and how they areaddressed?
Chair: Simon Mann, UK Health Protection Ageny Rapporteur; Rüdiger Matthes, German FederalOffice for Radiation Protection
Simon Mann
:ICNIRP: Standing Committee on Physics & Engineering
Rüdiger Matthes
:
ICNIRP: Main Commission, Vice-Chairperson
Session 3:
Current state of knowledge – Where are the areas of scientific consensus(consistency, coherence)
Chair: Emilie Van Deventer, WHO Rapporteur; Martin Röösli, University of Basel, Switzerland
Emilie Van Deventer 
MTHR UK 
http://www.mthr.org.uk/members/members.htmMTHR: «Funding is being provided jointly by the (UK) government and the mobile phone industrythrough an established firewall arrangement to ensure the independence of research»
FSM funded researcher  
Martin Röösli
see statementsFSM funded researcher  
Session 4:
What are the areas of scientific inconsistency and knowledge gaps?
Chair: Anssi Auvinen, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland Rapporteur; Hannu Norppa,Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Anssi Auvinen
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bem.20716/abstract(Author Information – Conflict of Interest)
:Anssi Auvinen receives research funding for the Finnish COSMOS component from theresearch programme of the National Technology Agency with contributions from networkoperators (TeliaSonera and Elisa) and Nokia. AA was the PI of the Finnish component of theInterphone consortium that was funded through the Fifth EU Framework programme, withpartial funding from the Mobile Manufacturers Forum and the GSM Association (with UICCas the firewall)
Session 5:
Lessons learned and recommendations for the future
Chair and moderator: Paolo Ravazzani, CNR Milan, Italy, Rapporteur: Mats-Olof Mattsson,Austrian Institute of Technology, Seibersdorf 
Conference Scientific Steering Group
Chair: Paolo RavazzaniSCENIHR members: Mats-Olof Mattsson, Joachim Schüz, Anssi Auvinen, Hannu NorppaOther members: Emilie Van Deventer, Isabelle Lagroye, Chris Portier, Peter Achermann, SimonMann

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