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Global Past, Present and Future Challenges in Risk Assessment - Strengthening Consumer Health Protection

(30.11.2017 - 01.12.2017)

From November 30th to December 1st 2017 a Joint International Symposium hosted by the National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation (NIFDS, Republic of Korea), the Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES, France), the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark (DTU, Denmark) and the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR, Germany) will take place at the BfR.

In an ever more interconnected world international cooperation is becoming increasingly important. In light of the BfR’s 15th anniversary, we therefore want to invite you to jointly look back on the last one and a half decades of risk assessment.

Furthermore, we want to discuss current activities and future issues in consumer health protection on national and international levels such as microbiological agents, chemical substances, methodologies and harmonisation.

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Date Title Size
01.12.2017
Presentation Dr. Ellen Mantus, National Academy of Sciences, USA
Using 21st Century Science to Improve Risk-Related Evaluations 2.4 MB
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01.12.2017
Presentation Dr. Myung-Sil Hwang, NIFDS, Republic of Korea
Introduction of the data management & risk assessment program in NIFDS 6.4 MB
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01.12.2017
Presentation Mathias Filter, BfR, Germany
Risk Assessment Modelling and Knowledge Integration Platform (RAKIP) 8.2 MB
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01.12.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Peter Fantke, DTU Management, Denmark
Linking Risk and Sustainability to meet current and future challenges in circular economy, food safety and consumer protection 445.2 KB
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01.12.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Gérard Lasfargues, ANSES, France
Trust in science, interaction with stakeholders and risk communication 6.0 MB
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01.12.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Hensel, BfR, Germany
Globalised markets - Local risk assessment? 2.1 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Tony Hardy, European Food Safety Authority, EFSA
2002 - A new dawn in European Foof Safety 2.1 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Elisabeth Hauser, BfR, Germany
Microbiological threats: how have Germany and France responded to the crisis with enterohemorrhagic E. coli (EHEC) and what about the future? 966.1 KB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Patrick Fach, ANSES, France
How have Germany and France responded to the crisis with Enterohemorrhagic E. coli O104:H4 and what about the future? 6.1 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Sofia Duarte, DTU, Denmark
Antimicrobial resistance I: Situation and strategies in Europe 2.0 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Soohwan Suh, NIFDS, Republic of Korea
Antimicrobial resistance II: Situation and strategies in Korea 4.2 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Reimar Johne, BfR, Germany
Emerging pathogens - foodborne viruses 1.5 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Vera Ritz and Dr. Philip Marx-Stölting, BfR, Germany
Endocrine Disruptors: OECD work EU criteria and guidance 1.4 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Hyang Sook Chun, NIFDS, Republic of Korea
Risk Assessment of Aflatoxins 6.4 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Charlotte Grastilleur, ANSES, France
Facing new facts: marine biotoxins as a challenge for food safety 965.5 KB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Katrin Löschner, DTU, Denmark
Analytical challenges for nanomaterials in risk assessment 5.5 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Eelco Pieke, DTU, Denmark
Fighting unknown chemicals: analytical strategies for risk prioritization 1.8 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Sisse Fagt, DTU, Denmark
Dietary surveys in risk assessment 464.9 KB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Chris Roth, ANSES, France
Data challenges to improve dietary exposure assessment - examples from Anses' point of view 1.3 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Amélie Crépet, ANSES, France
Mixtures prioritization based on exposure and hazard 482.0 KB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Youngho Koh, NIFDS, Republic of Korea
Lessons learned from recent food fraud in Korea 9.4 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Tobin Robinson, European Food Safety Authority, EFSA
How to build a crystal ball - the art of Emerging Risk Identification 1.0 MB
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30.11.2017
Presentation Dr. Maarten Nauta, DTU, Denmark
Risk-Benefit Assessment of Foods 4.5 MB
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