JIFSAN 2014 Annual Spring Symposium

The Case of Avoiding Risk: Truth or Consequences

Date: April 24-25, 2014 Location: Sheraton College Park North Hotel, Beltsville, MD, USA


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Opening Remarks Download PDF Comparing Farming Systems:  Organic, Conventional and Biotechnology Jennie Schmidt, Registered Dietician, Foodie Farmer, Blogger, Agriculture Communicator, Eastern Shore, Maryland Download PDF Conventional or Organic Produce?  The Micrological Question Shirley Ann Micallef, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland Download PDF Economic Impact: Sustainability of Current and Future Agriculture Technologies Robert Thompson, John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC Download PDF Mapping Consumer Trends in Food and Agriculture Technologies William Hallman, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey Download PDF Truth or Consequences in Risk Assessment and Management Terry Troxell, Exponent, Washington, DC Download PDF The Arsenic Debate Continues: What are the Facts about Arsenic in Food and Beverages? The Whole Food Discussion James Coughlin, Coughlin & Associates, Aliso Viejo, California Download PDF NCTR Research Plan for BPA:  Integrating Pharmacokinetics in Rodent and Primate Species, Rat Toxicology Studies, Human Biomonitoring, and PBPK Modeling to Assess Potential Human Risks from Dietary Intake Daniel Doerge, Food and Drug Administration, Jefferson, Arkansas Download PDF Is There Zero Risk Food Packaging?  A Different Look at BPA Henry Chin, George Mason University, Center for Health and Risk Communication, Maraga, California Download PDF The Zero Risk of Risk Perception:  When Misplaced Fear  is Dangerous to Your Health Richard Canady, International Life Sciences Institute, Washington, DC Download PDF Is Zero Risk Actually Possible When Communicating Risk to Consumers: A Public Health Perspective Christine Prue, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia Download PDF News Coverage of  Food Risk David Ropeik, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts Download PDF