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July 23, 2014
David Oryang, Sherri Dennis and Yuhuan Chen, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Presents FDA’s multi-scale efforts to develop risk modeling tools for enhancing fresh produce safety. Two case studies that model the complex interface between the environment and fresh produce will be examined: an agent based produce risk assessment model; and a geospatial risk assessment model.
July 15, 2014
Clare Narrod, Research Scientist and Risk Analysis Program Manager and Kyle McKillop, IT Program Manager
Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN)
Foodrisk.org is a comprehensive on-line resource for the food safety risk analysis community. The web site is home to a variety of risk assessment models, food safety risk tools and a library of completed risk assessments as well as some unique data sets. It is operated by the Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition in collaboration with FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition and USDA’s Food Safety Inspection Service. JIFSAN has been working with a number of colleagues over the last couple of years to develop tools to assist the risk analysis community. Dr. Narrod and Kyle McKillop will discuss new risk assessment tools recently added to foodrisk.org as well as several that are in progress.
September 18, 2013
Mark Powell, ORACBA Risk Scientist
This paper is currently available in the early view on-line version of Risk Analysis (DOI: 10.1111/risa.12054)
June 18th, 2013
Analysis to Support Regulations and Metrics Development
Lettuce, enterohemorrhagic E. coli and irrigation water: Application of FDA's iRISK rool for rapid risk assessment to support proposed produce regulation
Yuhuan Chen, Division of Risk Assessment, Office ofAnalytics and Outreach, CFSAN/FDA
Interagency Risk Assessment for L. monocytogenes in Retail Delis
Janell Kause, Scientific Advisor for Risk Assessment, Office of Public Health Science, FSIS, USDA
Quantitative Assessment of the Risk of Listeriosis from Soft-ripened Cheese consumption in the United States and Canada
Régis Pouillot, Division of Risk Assessment, Office of Analytics and Outreach, CFSAN/FDA
Methods for Risk Informed Decision Making
Addressing Chemical Contaminants Without Established Regulatory Limits in Meat, Poultry and Egg Products: the De Minimis Level Approach
Alexander Domesle, Risk Analyst, Office of Public Health Science, FSIS, USDA
How do you model a "negligible" probability under the WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement?
Mark Powell, Risk Acientist, Office of Risk Assessment and Cost-Benefit Analysis, OCE,USDA
Revising Analytical Methods in Response to New Data or Information
Using a systems approach to retrospective regulatory review: quantifying economic impact and potential risk reduction due to cumulative regulatory actions in an agricultural watershed in Washington
Linda Abbott, Director, Office of Risk Assessment and Cost-Benefit Analysis, OCE, USDA
EPA Dietary Exposure Assessment of Pesticides: Overview and Evaluation of Updated Consumption Data on Commodity Intake and Exposure
Aaron Niman, LT, U.S. Public Health Service, Office of Pesticide Programs, HED, EPA
|05/04/2013||Procedures for the Pesticide evaluation-assessment in the EU, role of EFSA, Dr. Jordi Serratosa, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)|
Science, Policy and Risk Forum, Estimation of cancer risks and benefits associated with a potential increased consumption of fruits and vegetables, Rick Reiss, Principal Scientist, Exponent
Risk versus Hazard – Lessons from Europe, Ragnar Löfstedt, of King’s College of London