To advance sound strategies to improve public health, food safety, and applied nutrition using risk analysis principles through cooperative research, education, and outreach programs.


To be a premier source of scientific information and education programs on food safety and applied nutrition that enables the development of sound public health policy and reduces the incidence of food-related illness.

Re-Tool Your Box!: Communicating Food Risk in an Era of Social Media (November 4-5, 2015)
Registration closes at noon on Monday, April 20, 2015.
JIFSAN trains 16 state and government laboratory professionals in it's first Whole Genome Sequencing Training.
The International Food Safety Training Laboratory (IFSTL) conducted a “Methods of Determination for Mycotoxins” course from March 2-11, 2015.
CFS Certificants may claim a maximum of 3.5 CH for their participation in this program.
JIFSAN held a webinar on March 11, 2015 to highlight important features of FDA-iRISK® 2.0. A webinar team led over 400 participants through the successful, hour-long session.
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