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Food for Health Seminar Series – Susan Hazels Mitmesser

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Food Innovation Center (FIC)- Room: 277
1901 N 21st St
Lincoln NE 68508
Directions: Innovation Campus parking info can be found at ->
Allie Eaton, (402) 472-1862,
Susan Hazels Mitmesser, PhD will present as part of the Food for Health Seminar Series.

Susan Hazels Mitmesser, PhD, is VP, Science and Technology at Pharmavite, LLC. Dr. Mitmesser provides scientific leadership at Pharmavite to advance innovation and new product development strategies, and to ensure the scientific integrity of all products made under its brand portfolio. She brings extensive experience in research and nutritional biochemistry across various industries and sectors, including food, dietary supplements, academia and clinical settings. She serves on the Editorial Board of four peer-reviewed journals: Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, Journal of Pediatric Intensive Care, World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics, and Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. In addition, she has published in many peer-reviewed journals and is a contributing author for book chapters relating to nutrition in adult and pediatric populations. Dr. Mitmesser is an active member of the American Society of Nutrition, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the New York Academy of Sciences. She also serves on the Senior Scientific Advisory Council for the Council for Responsible Nutrition. Currently, Dr. Mitmesser is an adjunct professor in the Department of Nutrition Sciences at the University of Connecticut and in the Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. She holds a PhD in Nutrition from the University of Nebraska.

Talk Title: “Product Development Lifecycle: From Discovery to Commercialization”

Talk Abstract:
Understanding the regulatory environment is critical to the successful development, manufacturing, labeling, marketing, and delivery of nutrition-related products to the consumer. Knowing how to manage risk while navigating the regulatory path to market is essential. Knowing the right questions to ask and the ability to interpret the data and information into consumer-relevant information is critical. Specially, we will cover the process for developing new nutrition products; the regulations applicable to foods, medical foods, dietary supplements and ingredients; and how to represent scientific evidence accurately and appropriately when substantiating label claims and advertisements.

Please reach out to Allie Eaton if you are interested in scheduling meeting time with the visiting speaker.

An in-person reception will be hosted at 11:30am, outside FIC 277 auditorium on Innovation Campus.
Seminar: Noon - 1pm CT
This seminar will be in-person & streamed via Zoom.

Email Allie Eaton for Zoom connection information.

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This event originated in Nebraska Food for Health Center.