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.

The JIFSAN International Food Safety Training Laboratory will be the host of a private course for U.S. public health laboratories entitled "Laboratory investigation of foodborne illness" April 28-May 1, 2015.
Here’s what you missed if you did not attend the hands-on microbiology courses at the International Food Safety Training Laboratory at JIFSAN in 2014…
Time to apply for an IAFP travel award to attend the annual conference in Portland, OR (USA) in 2015.
Position open until filled. For best consideration, apply by January 15, 2015.
Re-Tool Your Box!: Communicating Food Risk in an Era of Social Media (April 23-24, 2015)
This fall, JIFSAN offered the Advanced Quantitative Risk Assessment Training course with an emphasis on applying modeling methods to real-world risk analysis problems. The course had only been offered once before, and this year, eight participants completed the class.
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