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List of Participants at Initial Eurofoods Meeting with Addresses

Mr. V. Veitl
Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institut für Stoffwechselerkrankungen und Ernährung
A-1130 Wien
Tel.: +43-(0)222-841616

Prof. G. Verdonk
Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
Faculty of Medicine, University Hospital, De Pintelaan 185
B-9000 Ghent
Tel.: +32-(0)91-225741

Prof. J. Højmark Jensen
National Food Institute
Mørkhøj Bygade 19
DK-2860 Søborg
Tel.: +45-(0)1-696600
Telex: 16298

Mr. A. Møller
National Food Institute
Mørkhøj Bygade 19
DK-2860 Søborg
Tel.: +45-(0)1-696600
Telex: 16298

Federal Republic of Germany
Dr. L. Arab1
Klinisches Institut für Herzinfarktforschung an der Medizinischen Universitätsklinik
Bergheimer Strasse 58
D-6900 Heidelberg
Tel.: +49-(0)6221-564896
Telex: 461745

Dr. E. Blatt
Bundesministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten
Postfach 140270
D-5300 Bonn 1
Tel.: +49-(0)228-5294359

Prof. Dr. H. Rottka
Institut für Sozialmedizin und Epidemiologie des Bundesgesundheitsamtes
Postfach 33 00 13
D-1000 Berlin 33
Tel.: +49-(0)30-83082221
Telex: 184016

Dr. H. Scherz
Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Lebensmittelchemie
Lichtenbergstrasse 4
D-8046 Garching
Tel.: +49-(0)89-32095171

Mrs. M. Ahola, M. Sc.
Department of Nutrition
University of Helsinki
SF-00710 Helsinki 71
Tel.: +358-(0)0-378011

Dr. J. C. Favier
La Fondation Française pour la Nutrition
BP 138
F-91163 Long-Jumeau Cédex
(The address of the Foundation in Paris is: 71, avenue Victor-Hugo, F-75116 Paris)
Tél.: +33-(0)1-5009250
Télex: 611053

Dr. Z.L. Ostrowski
Association Européenne pour l'Etude de l'Alimentation et du Développement de l'Enfant
9, boulevard des Capucines
F-75002 Paris
Tél.: +33-(0)3461390 ext. 3739 or

Prof. Dr. A. Trichopoulou
Department of Nutrition and Biochemistry
Athens School of Hygiene
Leof. Alexandra 196, GR-Athens 602
Tel.: +30-(0)1-6461831 or 7770697

Irish Republic
Prof. J. Kevany
Department of Community Health
Trinity College, IRL-Dublin
Tel.: +353-(0)1-772941 ext. 1056
Telex: 25442

Dr. E. Agradi
Istituto Scientifico per lo Studio e la Cura dei Tumori viale Benedetto XV 10
I-16132 Genova
Tel.: +39-(0)10-300767

Dr. E. Carnovale
Istituto Nazionale della Nutrizione via Ardeatina 546
I-00100 Rome
Tel.: +39-(0)6-5032412

Prof. F. Fidanza
Università degli studi di Perugia
Istituto di Scienza dell' Alimentazione
Casella Postable 333
I-06100 Perugia
Tel.: +39-(0)75-35607

The Netherlands
Dr. C.E. West1
Department of Human Nutrition
Agricultural University
De Dreijen 12
6703 BC Wageningen
Tel.: +31-(0)8370-82589
Telex: 45015

Miss W.A. van Staveren1, M. Sc.
Department of Human Nutrition
Agricultural University
De Dreijen 12
6703 BC Wageningen
Tel.: +31-(0)8370-82589
Telex: 45015

Prof. M.B. Katan
Department of Human Nutrition
Agricultural University
De Dreijen 12
6703 BC Wageningen
Tel.: +31-(0)8370-82589

Ir. B.C. Breedveld1
Voedingsraad (Netherlands Nutrition Council)
PO Box 95945
2509 CX Den Haag
Tel.: +31-(0)70-471441

Dr. A.B. Cramwinckel1,2
GVO Project Nijmegen
Catholic University
PO Box 9101
6500 HB Nijmegen
Tel.: +31-(0)80-514046

Miss K.F.A.M. Hulshof1
Institute for Nutrition and Toxicology (CIVO-TNO)
PO Box 360
3700 AJ Zeist
Tel.: +31-(0)3404-52244

Ir. M.J. van Stigt Thans1
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
Directorate VKA
PO Box 20401
2500 EK Den Haag
Tel.: +31-(0)70-792498
Telex: 32040

Ms. Elin Bjørge Løken3
Section for Dietary Research
University of Oslo
PO Box 1117, Blindern
N-Oslo 3
Tel.: +47-(0)2-454206

Ms. G. Dybowska
Institute of Human Nutrition
Agricultural University SGGW-AR
166 Nowoursynowska Street
PL-02-766 Warsaw
Tel.: +48-(0)22-431878
Telex: 815439

Dr. E. Amaral
Centro de Estudos de Nutriçao
Instituto Nacional de Saude
Avenida Padre Cruz
P-Lisboa Codex
Tel.: +351-(0)19-795129 or 794496
Telex: 13396

Dr. I. Martins
Centro de Estudos de Nutriçao
Instituto Nacional de Saude
Avenida Padre Cruz
P-1699 Lisboa Codex
Tel.: +351-(0)19-795129 or 794496
Telex: 13396

Prof. D.G. Varela
Instituto de Nutrición
Facultad de Farmacia
Ciudad Universitaria
E-Madrid 3
Tel.: +34-(0)1-4490038

Dra. O. Moreiras-Varela
Instituto de Nutrición
Facultad de Farmacía
CSIC Departamento de Fisiología
Ciudad Universitaria
E-Madrid 28040
Tel.: +34-(0)1-4490038

Mrs. L. Bergström1
The Swedish National Food Administration
Box 622
S-751 26 Uppsala
Tel. +46-(0)18-175500 or 175730
Telex 76121

Dr. A. Blumenthal
Institut für Ernährungsforschung
Seestrasse 72
CH-8803 Rüschlikon
Tel.: +41-(0)1-7242520

United Kingdom
Dr. D. H. Buss
Head, Nutrition Section
Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Horseferry Road
London SW1P2AE
Tel.: +44-(0)1-2166692
Telex: 21271

Mr. K.C. Day
MRC Dunn Nutrition Unit
Milton Road
Cambridge CB4 1XJ
Tel.: +44-(0)223-63356
Cable address: CAMNUT Cambridge

Miss A.A. Paul
MRC Dunn Nutrition Laboratory
Milton Road
Cambridge CB4 1XJ
Tel.: + 44-(0)223-63356
Cable address: CAMNUT Cambridge

Dr. D.A.T. Southgate1, 4
ARC Food Research Institute
Colney Lane
Norwich NR4 7VA
Tel.: +44-(0)603-56122
Telex: 975453

Dr. W. Rand
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Laboratory of Human Nutrition
Room 56–301
Cambridge, MA 02139 (USA)
Tel.: +1-617-2533780
Telex: 921437

Ms. E. Helsing5
WHO Regional Office for Europe
8, Scherfigsvej
DK-2100 Copenhagen ø (Denmark)
Tel.: +45-(0)1-200111

Support Staff from the Department of Human Nutrition, Agricultural University, Wageningen:
Ir. P.H. Middelburg (Treasurer)
Mrs. R. Hoogkamer (Secretary)
Miss L. van der Heijden
Mrs. G.J.C. van Oosten-van der Goes
Mr. B.A. Scholte
Dr. C.J.H. Woodward

1 Member of the Organizing Committee.

2 Present address: State Institute for Quality Control of Agricultural Products, PO Box 230, NL-6700 AE Wageningen, Tel.: 0031-(0)8370-19110, Telex: 75180 rikil nl.

3 Mrs. Arnhild Haga Rimestad of the same institute was responsible for the country background paper.

4 Dr. Southgate also represents IUNS on the Eurofoods Committee.

5 Ms. Helsing can also be contacted at Directorate of Public Health, PO Box 8128-Dep, N-Oslo 1, Norway, Tel. 0047-(0)2-118241 or 119090.

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