Welcome to the official site of the 18th Annual Oxford ICSB!

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The focus of the 18th Oxford ICSB meeting is to discuss approaches for post market surveillance, risk and safety assessment, quality control and adverse event reporting (AER) for botanical dietary supplements (BDS) and natural products, as well as regulatory aspects with perspectives from government, manufacturers and trade associations. To this end, the program will include relevant presentations from members of CFSAN/FDA, government officials, major trade associations and industry representatives discussing pressing topics that affect BDSs and their impact on consumers.

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Agenda and abstract booklets are here! Click here to download the full agenda with speaker bios and abstracts, and click here for poster abstracts!
Please pre-book your shuttle today!

When arriving in Memphis, TN, please keep in mind that it is a 1 ½ hour drive to Oxford, MS. If you are not planning to rent a car, we would like to advise you to register for our shuttle service through our Cvent registration portal (click here).

Taxis may not be available to bring you to Oxford, if they are available they will be twice as expensive as our shuttle service ($75 one way).
The shuttles are scheduled according to those who have registered for them only. Not pre-booking may cause a long delay in your arrival to Oxford. Shuttle requests may also be made to 662-801-7890 with payment upon arrival.

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This conference is supported by a cooperative agreement between the NCNPR and the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is co-sponsored by the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica/ CAS, China; the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR - India); the Ministry of Indigenous Medicine, Sri Lanka; the American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP); the Society for Medicinal Plant Research (GA); Hunan University, China; the Korean Society of Pharmacognosy (KSP) and the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy (JSP).