Botanical Safety Consortium Current Members

Benefits to Joining the BSC

Share knowledge and best practices with key stakeholders

Identify research topics and next phases of work for the BSC

Interpret and apply results from Consortium work

Design and conduct studies regarding the suitability of new approach methodologies for botanical safety assessment

Engage with a global forum of scientists from government, academia, and industry

Academic Institutions

Cornell University

Federal University of Santa Maria

Liverpool John Moores University

Malawi College of Medicine

Maryland University of Integrative Health

New York Medical College

North Carolina State University

Oregon Health & Science University

Oregon State University

Purdue University

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

University of Florida

University of Milan

University of Minnesota

University of Mississippi

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina Greensboro

University of Wisconsin

University of Würzburg

Utrecht University

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Wageninen University

Western University of Health Sciences

Government Agencies

National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)

UK Food Standards Agency

US Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service

US Environmental Protection Agency

US Food and Drug Administration

US National Institutes of Health

US National Institute for Standards and Technology

Business Sector

Alkemist Labs

American Herbal Products Association


Angus Chemical


Consumer Healthcare Products Association

Council for Responsible Nutrition

Discovery Life Sciences


Estee Lauder


Fujifilm Cellular Dynamics, Inc.

Herbalife Nutrition

innoVitro GmbH


Procter & Gamble

Verdure Sciences

NGOs, Research Institutes, and Others

American Botanical Council

PETA International Science Consortium

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

Research Institute of Fragrance Materials (RIFM)

United States Pharmacopeia (USP)