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Appendix H PARTICIPANTS IN THE WORKSHOP ON ~ . BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF INCREASED SOLAR ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION The purpose of the workshop was for the Committee on Biological Effects of Increased Solar Ultraviolet Radiation to hear the most recent data and their interpretation from scientists active or current in the workshop topic. The committee used this information in developing conclusions and research recommendations; however, the report and the judgments it contains are solely the responsibility of the committee. Participation in the workshop should not be taken as evidence that an individual endorses the conclusions or recommendations of this report. RICHARD B. SETLOW* (Chairman), Biology Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory R. HILTON BIGGS, Institute of Food Science and Agriculture, University of Florida JOHN CALKINS, Department of Radiation Medicine, University of Kentucky EDWARD deFABO, National Cancer Institute Frederick Research Center JAY DONIGER, Laboratory of Biology, National Cancer Institute DAVID ELDER, University of Pennsylvania Medical School MORTIMER M. ELKIND, Division of Biological and Medical Research, Argonne National Laboratory P. DONALD FORBES, The Skin and Cancer Hospital, Temple University JAMES P. FRIEND,* Department of Chemistry, Drexel University *Indicates members of the Committee on Biological Effects of Increased Solar Ultraviolet Radiation. 333
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334 SAXON GRAHAM, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo MAUREEN M. HENDERSON,* Health Sciences Center, University of Washington JOHN R. HUNTER, Southwest Fisheries Center National Marine Fisheries Service JOHN JAGGER,* Department of Biology, University of Texas at Dallas RICHARD M. KLEIN,* Department of Botany, University of Vermont ALBERT M. KLIGMAN, Department of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania KENNETH E. KOPECKY, National Animal Disease Center MARGARET L. KRIPKE, National Cancer Institute Frederick Research Center JOHN A.H. LEE, Department of Epidemiology, University of Washington (Dr. Lee could not attend the workshop but instead provided the committee with a paper prepared especially for the workshop entitled "Melanoma Epidemiology Since the Academy Reports of 1979.") SIDNEY LERMAN, Department of Ophthalmology, Emory University School of Medicine JOHN A. PARRISH,* Department of Dermatology, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University ELIZABETH L. SCOTT, Department of Statistics, University of California at Berkeley JOSEPH SCOTTO, Biometry Branch, National Cancer Institute HOWARD H. SELIGER,* Department of Biology, Johns Hopkins University WILLIAM B. SISSON,* Department of Animal Range Science, U.S. Department of Agriculture/New Mexico State University LAWRENCE B. SLOBODKIN, Department of Ecology and Evaluation, State University of New York at Stony Brook ARTHUR SOBER, Department of Dermatology, Massachusetts General Hospital ROBERT S. STERN, Department of Dermatology, Beth Israel Hospital DANIEL STRICKLAND, Department of Epidemiology, University of Washington ROBERT B. WEBB, Division of Biological and Medical Research, Argonne National Laboratory (Dr. Webb could not attend the workshop but did consult with the committee and provide background material.) ROBERT C. WORREST, Environmental Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Corvallis