As part of the UNIDO Partnership on “Arab Food Safety Initiative for Trade Facilitation (SAFE)”, a presentation on “Considerations when using longitudinal cohort studies to assess dietary exposure to inorganic arsenic and chronic health outcomes” was presented at the Arab / European Workshop on Food Safety Risk Assessment, Dubai International Food Safety Conference 2018.
This presentation highlighted the collaboration between JIFSAN and the IAFNS Food and Chemical Safety Committee to develop an online second-generation Metal Screening Tool with the latest NHANES data and improved capabilities to make it more valuable to the scientific community.
This session explored the latest research on health benefits of physical activity and focus on new and innovative technologies that both promote physical activity and provide better methods for collection and analysis of physical activity and dietary intake data. Two case studies were presented and the session also examined the application of combination approaches and technologies for individualized physical activity and food intake measures for better adherence to public health recommendations and to promote personalized interventions.
This symposium will allow academic and industry practitioners to discuss the current understanding of food and gut microbiomes and their interconnectedness.
Join IAFNS on October 14, 2021 for this webinar with Dr. Sarah Berry of King’s College London in which she will explore the role that the micriobiome plays in shaping our unique responses to food relative to ‘what’ we eat, ‘who’ we are and ‘how’ we eat, from the ZOE PREDICT studies.
NOTE: If you registered for our first webinar on Sept 28, we have already registered you for this session in the series.
Join us on September 28 (9am – 11am ET) and explore Food Safety & Science Research at McGill University. This one session of our 4 part series on Food Safety & Science Across Canada. We are pleased to be collaborating with researchers from the following universities: McGill University, University of Manitoba, University of British Columbia, Dalhousie University.
IAFNS, USDA, and GS1 US will represent the Public Private Partnership on the USDA Global Branded Food Products Database at the JIFSAN-CFS3 Advisory Council Fall Webinar Series.
Join the IAFNS Gut Microbiome Committee and the nutrition science community on September 7 for a dialogue with Dr. Vanessa Leone of the University of Wisconsin-Madison on her work elucidating the role of the gut microbiome in maintaining circadian rhythms and metabolism.