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Page 27 A Forum Agenda WELCOME Margaret Strand, Oppenheimer, Wolff Donnelly & Bayh, Washington, D.C. OPENING REMARKS Gilbert Omenn, University of Michigan OPENING PRESENTATIONS Daniel Drell, U.S. Department of Energy William Suk, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Richard Levie, ADR Associates, L.L.C., Washington, D.C. SESSION I: EVALUATING POTENTIAL HUMAN HEALTH EFFECTS FROM EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS Richard Sharp, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences John Groopman, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health William Thilly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Paul Locke, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and the Environmental Law Institute, Washington, D.C. Susan Poulter, University of Utah College of Law

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Page 28 SESSION II: REMEDIATING CONTAMINANTS IN THE ENVIRONMENT Robert Burlage, Oak Ridge National Laboratories Mitch Lasat (AAAS Fellow), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Franklin Zweig, Einstein Institute for Science, Health, and the Courts, Chevy Chase, MD Phil Sayre, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency LaReesa Wolfenbarger (AAAS Fellow), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Laurent Hourcle, George Washington University SUMMARY OF FORUM Gilbert Omenn, University of Michigan