PREDICTIVE MICROBIOLOGY FOR FOOD SAFETY
Microbial Control in HACCP Food Production Systems with the use of USDA Pathogen Modeling Program and ComBase

PRESENTER:
Ph. D. Vijay K. Juneja
Lead Scientist
Eastern Regional Research Center, ARS, USDA
Wyndmoor, PA, USA

AUDIENCE:
Food industry professionals and students.

DATE:
18-19th August 2018.

LOCATION
Universidad Ricardo Palma
Av. Benavides 5440 - Urb.
Las Gardenias - Surco -
Lima, Peru

REGISTRATION FEES
Food industry professionals: USD 150.00 Students (only foreign): USD 65.00

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION Phone: (511) 708-0000 ext. 2153
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
www.urp.edu.pe
995-503-553


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Each year, the International Association for Food Protection hosts an Annual Meeting, providing attendees with information on current and emerging food safety issues, the latest science, innovative solutions to new and recurring problems, and the opportunity to network with thousands of food safety professionals from around the globe. Held in various locations throughout North America, this meeting has grown over the years to become the leading food safety conference worldwide.  IAFP 2018 will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

The IAFP Annual Meeting is attended by more than 3,600 of the top industry, academic and governmental food safety professionals from six continents. This renowned event owes its reputation and success to the quantity, quality, and diversity of each year’s program; the quality and relevance of exhibits sharing the latest in available technologies; leading experts speaking on a variety of timely topics; and special recognition of outstanding professionals and students for their contributions in the food safety field.

We hope you will visit the ComBase booth in the Exhibits area!

Under a theme of Biodiversity of Foodborne Microbes, the FoodMicro 2018 conference illustrates how the field of food microbiology has changed rapidly in the last decades and new methods help scientists all over the world to master the challenges of the 21st century.