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CRN seeks botanicals expert

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The Council for Responsible Nutrition is looking to hire a scientist "specializing in botanical dietary supplements," the trade association announces in a release June 7. "The addition of an herbal scientist to our team will provide our member companies with a critical expertise in an important category of growth for this industry and will also help strengthen our leadership in the botanicals area," CRN President Steve Mister says. The trade group has been without an in-house botanicals expert since John Cardellina, PhD, returned to the National Cancer Institute in December 2002. Along with other duties, the new hire will "be expected to help increase the awareness of the evolving botanical research base that supports an appropriate role for plant-based dietary supplements"...

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