By Allergen Bureau

4th Food Allergen Management Symposium (FAMS), 18-21 May 2021

Don’t miss your chance to attend this bi-annual conference, held virtually this year over 3 days to connect members of the international food allergen management community to share knowledge, exchange ideas, discuss research and deepen relationships.

FAMS is known for its uniqueness to other conferences of this type, bringing together the full spectrum of stakeholders from clinicians to researchers, food industry, health care & hospitality, to consumers and analysts, joined as a broad delegation with a single purpose, to support the food allergic individual.

The organising committee is proud to announce this years’ conference plenary will be delivered by Steve Taylor (Professor Emeritus and Founding Director (retired), Food Allergy Research & Resource Centre), which will set the scene for the conference program and theme – Science informing consumer health in a challenging world.

International and local speakers, from organisations such as FARRP, Imperial College London, FoodLawLatest, Université Laval, The University of Manchester, FOCOS, Royal Children’s Hospital, Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia, Allergen Bureau, along with speakers from the food Industry, will discuss global policy and regulation, clinical updates, impacts to the food allergic consumer, food allergen management, including case studies, and risk assessment approaches.

For those interested in food allergen analysis, the annual Allergen Testing Special Interest Group (AT-SIG) meeting will take place on the 4th day of the program and will once again cover hot topics from analytical challenges to new method developments and include presentations from local and international speakers.

REGISTER NOW to ensure you secure your chance to participate in what is set to be another exciting program.

The FAMS conference would not be possible if it were not for our sponsors. If your business is interested in sponsorship opportunities, visit the website to view the packages available.


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