Special Supplement - October 29, 2020

October 29, 2020
ODS at the 41st National Nutrient Databank Conference

The National Nutrient Databank (NNDB) 2020 Conferenceexternal link disclaimer will be offered virtually, November 16–18, 2020. See ODS staff and ODS-funded researchers in live-streaming and on-demand sessions, and virtual poster presentations. Presentations will demonstrate new features and uses of the Dietary Supplement Label Database (DSLD) and Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database (DSID).

Monday, November 16, 2020

Session 2
12:30 p.m.
Linking Datasets to Improve Food Composition Estimates, Part 1
Iodine in Foods and Dietary Supplements: A Collaborative Tool by NIH, FDA and USDA
P Pehrsson1, K Patterson1, J Spungen3, A Ershow2, J Gahche2, J Roseland1, K Andrews1, K Phillips1. 1MAFCL, USDA, 2ODS, NIH, 3CFSAN, FDA

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

9:00 a.m.
How Important are Dietary Supplements?
J Dwyer, ODS, NIH, Tufts University
Session 4
Federal Resources for Dietary Supplement Databases
Chairs: J Dwyer, ODS, NIH, P Pehrsson, MAFCL, USDA
10:15 a.m.
Label Information: Dietary Supplement Label Database (DSLD)
L Saldanha, R Bailen, J Dwyer. ODS, NIH
10:30 a.m.
Improve Nutrient Intakes from Dietary Supplements with Predicted Analytical Content: Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database (DSID)
K Andrews, MAFCL, USDA
10:55 a.m.
Who is Researching Supplements?: Computer Access to Research on Dietary Supplements (CARDS) Database 
K Regan, ODS, NIH
11:25 a.m. 
Finding Prohibited and Risky Dietary Supplement Ingredients: Operation Supplement Safety
P Deuster, Uniformed Services University


Applying Natural Language Processing to Uncover Missing Information in Dietary Supplement Labels
Y Long, Abt Associates Inc.

Analytical Estimates of Curcuminoid Content in Turmeric Dietary Supplements for the Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database (DSID)
P Tey1, K Andrews1, P Gusev1, S Savarala1, L Oh1, R Bautista1, R Atkinson1, R Bahadur1, P Pehrsson1, J Dwyer2, A Kuszak2, L Saldanha2, R Costello2. 1MAFCL, USDA, 2ODS, NIH

Automating Retest Decisions for Analytical Ingredient Level Data of Adult Calcium Dietary Supplements to Improve Decision-Making Efficiency
R Bautista1, K Andrews1, P Tey1, P Gusev1, S Savarala1, L Oh1, A Batugo1, R Bahadur1, P Pehrsson1, J Dwyer2, L Saldanha2, R Costello2. 1MAFCL, USDA, 2ODS, NIH

Ingredient Content in a Majority of Multivitamin/Mineral Supplements Reported in NHANES Could Be Corrected by Analytically Based Estimates
P Gusev1, K Andrews1, M McNeal1, P Tey1, S Savarala1, L Oh1, R Atkinson1, P Pehrsson1, J Dwyer2, L Saldanha2, R Costello2, L Douglass3. 1MAFCL, USDA, 2ODS, NIH, 3Longmont, CO

National Sampling Plan of Adult Calcium and Vitamin D Dietary Supplements (DS) for the Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database (DSID)
L Oh1, K Andrews1, P Gusev1, S Savarala1, P Tey1, R Bautista1, R Bahadur1, D Trainer1, P Pehrsson1, J Dwyer2, L Saldanha2, R Costello2, A Kuszak2. 1MAFCL, USDA, 2ODS, NIH

Nutrition Trends: What Dietary Supplements are Cancer Patients Using?
N Emenaker1, B Sorkin2, L Rodriguez1. 1NCI, NIH, 2ODS, NIH

Users and Use of the Dietary Supplement Label Database (DSLD) Determined from Published Papers
L Saldanha, R Bailen, J Dwyer. ODS, NIH

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