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Peer Review Plan: Joint United States-Canada Norovirus in Bivalve Molluscan Shellfish Risk Assessment: Draft Report

Peer Review Plan: Joint United States-Canada Norovirus in Bivalve Molluscan Shellfish Risk Assessment: Draft Report

Title of the Review:
Joint United States-Canada Norovirus in Bivalve Molluscan Shellfish Risk Assessment: Draft Report

Tentative Assessment:
Influential Scientific Information

Agency Contact:
Sherri Dennis, Ph.D.

Office or Center: 
CFSAN/OAO

Subject of the Review:
Joint United States-Canada Norovirus in Bivalve Molluscan Shellfish Risk Assessment: Draft Report

Purpose of the Review: 
To solicit comments on the model approach, application, and analysis

Type of Review: 
Individual Reviews (Letter Review)

Timing of Review:
Approximately 30 business days, beginning approximately in April 2014

Number of Reviewers:   
4 to 10 

Primary Disciplines/Types of Expertise of Reviewers:
Probabilistic Modeling,Shellfish, Virology

Reviewers Selected by:  
Designated Outside Organization

Public Nominations Requested for Review Panel: 
No

Opportunities for the Public to Comment:  
Yes 

If yes, briefly state how and when will these opportunities be provided: 
We will publish a notice of availability in the Federal Register and open a public docket when the model is sufficiently developed and a draft risk assessment is completed.

Peer Reviewers Provided with Public Comments: 
No