Bioscience Translation & Application is a network of product development and regulatory affairs professionals that has been providing technical and regulatory affairs support services to the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, dietary supplement and food industries since 2001. With clients on every continent except Antarctica, Bioscience Translation & Application has been providing expert FDA and USDA consultations to small startups as well as multinational corporations. In addition to serving clients all over the globe, we have provided services through the Colorado Bioscience Park Aurora and Colorado CTEK Venture Centers.
Bioscience Translation & Application, a division of Cadman Consulting Services, LLC is owned and operated by Principal Consultant, Evelyn Cadman. Evelyn has over 20 years experience in biochemical, pharmacological and nutrition research in academic and industrial settings. Her professional experience includes assay development, technology evaluation, regulatory affairs and product formulation and marketing. Professional contacts in the pharmaceutical industry and at the Food and Drug Administration are consulted as needed. Other administrative support personnel are employed on a contract basis.
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What our customers are saying
"It has been a pleasure working with Evelyn Cadman on our FDA labeling compliance project. I am not a scientist,
nor do I desire to be one… Evelyn provides a level-headed, simplistic approach to understanding what is needed to be FDA compliant. I would not hesitate to work with Evelyn again on future projects."
Andrew D. Drayson, Director of Beverage Development, Good4U Sports Nutrition Surrey, BC, Canada.
"I would certainly like to consult you again and recommend you to anyone who needs regulatory or technical services in the health field!" I. Scholten, German CRO
"Thank you again for your quick and professional work." J. Mu, LSK BioPartners, Inc.
"Thank you very much, I’ve studied your report and found it to be comprehensive and complete." T. Cloete, Aloe Ferox Trust
"I wanted to say thank you for all your good work. I definitely think it is good to gather as much information as possible, and I’m glad we did for this project." J .Pope, Nature’s First Law
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Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society
Rocky Mountain Regulatory Affairs Society (Secretary)
Institute of Food Technologists; Food Laws & Regulations Division; Nutrition Division
Colorado CTEK Venture Centers Advisor
Regulatory Environment & Hurdles: Challenges & Opportunities, Food for Health: Agri-Innovation Conference,
February 14, 2012, Canadian Consulate, San Francisco.
Nutritional Genomics and the Future of Food Labeling, November 14, 2009, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California.
Cadman, E.D. (2011) Nutritional Genomics and the Future of Food Labeling in Nutritional Genomics: The Impact of Dietary Regulation of Gene Function on Human Disease, Edited by Wayne R. Bidlack and Raymond L. Rodriguez, CRC Press.
Cadman, E. (2011), Cosmetics in Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs, 7th Edition., Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, Rockville, MD.
Palthur, MP and Cadman, E. (2011), Dietary Supplements and Homeopathic Products in Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs, 7th Edition., Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, Rockville, MD.
Kraska, RC., Cadman, ED., McQuate, RS., (2010) Stevia-Derived Sweeteners: Safety, Regulatory & Labeling Considerations, Stevia World Americas, Atlanta, GA.
Cadman, E. (2009), Cosmetics in Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs, 6th Edition., Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, Rockville, MD.
Palthur, MP and Cadman, E. (2009), Dietary Supplements and Homeopathic Products in Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs, 6th Edition., Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, Rockville, MD.
Cadman, E.D. and Puttfarcken, P.S., (1997), b-amyloid peptides initiate the complement cascade without producing a comparable effect on the terminal pathway in vitro, Experimental Neurology 146:388-394.
Cadman, E.D., Naugles, D. D. and C.M. Lee, (1994), Cyclic AMP is not involved in Interleukin-1 induced Interleukin-6 Release from Human Astrocytoma Cells, Neuroscience Letters 178(N2):251-254.
Cadman, E.D., Witte, D.G. and C.M. Lee, (1994), Regulation of the release of Interleukin-6 from human astrocytoma cells, Journal of Neurochemistry 63:980-987.
Vickroy, T.W., and E.D. Cadman, (1989), Dissociation between Muscarinic Receptor-Mediated Inhibition of Adenylate Cyclase and Autoreceptor Inhibition of [3H]Acetylcholine Release in Rat Hippocampus, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 251:3:1039-1044.
Plishker, G.A., White, P.H., and E.D. Cadman, (1986), Involvement of a Cytoplasmic Protein in Calcium-dependent Potassium Efflux in Red Blood Cells, American Journal of Physiology 251 (Cell Physiology 20):C535-C540.
Cadman, E. and J. Eichberg (1983), The Presence of Phospholipase A and Lysophospholipase Activities in Culture Supernatant Fluid from Alteromonas espejiana, International Journal of Biochemistry 15:1155-1159.
Serianni, A.S., Cadman, E.D., Pierce, J., Hayes, M.L., and R. Barker, (1982), Enzymic Synthesis of 13C-Enriched Aldoses, Ketoses and Their Phosphate Esters, in Methods in Enzymology 89, (Willis A. Wood ed.) pp. 83-92. Academic Press, New York.
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