JIFSAN 2013 Annual Spring Symposium

Conundrum of Defining Food Safety: The Case of the Moving Zero

Date: April 18th-19th, 2013
Location: Marriott Hotel, Greenbelt, MD, USA








Program Book
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Program Agenda
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Participants List
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How Risky is Risky? The Use of Risk Assessment in Establishing Safety
Julie Jones, St. Catherine University
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Chasing Zero – How Changes in Methodology Contribute to the Food Safety Conundrum
Jonathan DeVries, General Mills/Medallion Laboratories, Minneapolis, MN
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Consumer Perceptions of Food Safety in a Global Supply Chain
Carmen Stacy, Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA), Washington, DC
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Food Safety from A Lawyer’s Perspective
R. Drew Falkenstein, Marler Clark LLP PS, The Food Safety Law Firm, Seattle, WA
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How Safe is Safe – A Chemical Perspective
Michael Landa, Food and Drug Administration, College Park, MD
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How Safe is Safe – Examining the Past and Present to Gain a Perspective on the Future, and the Effect of the FDA Public Database
Donald Zink, Food and Drug Administration, College Park, MD
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Epidemiology of Weak Associations
Paolo Boffetta, Mt.Sinai Medical School, New York City, NY
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Toxicology in the 21st Century
Thomas Hartung, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
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Keynote Address
Gilbert Leveille, Leveille Associates, Denville, NJ

How Consumers' Perceptions Have Changed Over Time – A Case Study
Donna Rosenbaum, Food Safety Partners, Ltd. Northbrook, IL

Does Knowledge of A Risk Change a Behavior? Case of Aflatoxin in Kenya
Clare Narrod, Risk Analysis Manager, JIFSAN/University of Maryland
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How the Social Media has Influenced Consumer Perception
Jania Matthews, International Food Information Council, Washington, DC
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Arsenic in Food: Rice – A Case Study
Elizabeth Petrun, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
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