The 3rd Food Allergen Management Symposium (FAMS2019), is an assembly of the best minds across the spectrum of food allergen management.
Anyone with an interest in food allergen management – and if you are reading this, then that means you – should attend FAMS2019.
From researchers to consumer groups, food manufacturers, suppliers, and testing laboratories, to clinicians, dieticians, the policy makers and enforcement agencies. This biennial symposium, unique to the Southern Hemisphere, has something for all.
FAMS2019 is a 3-day symposium reaffirming the concepts of ’risk communication’, science of thresholds, reference doses, and their application. Also covered will be updates on regulation and policy, food fraud insights, frontiers in treatment and clinical research, and the latest on detection methodologies from the laboratories.
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Some of the key presentations and sessions at FAMS2019 that you won’t want to miss are:
- Symposium Plenary, Professor Steve Taylor, Food Allergy Research & Resource Program, University of Nebraska
- Consumer perspectives in Australia & New Zealand, Maria Said, Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia & Penny Jorgenson, Allergy New Zealand
- The Global View of Food Safety Policy & Regulation, Professor Samuel Godefroy, Université Laval, Québec
- Food Fraud, Adrian Rogers, Romer Labs
- Allergens in food service, Martin Latter, AEG Ogden
- Modelling: From Individual Thresholds to Population Thresholds, Ben Remington, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)
- Validating Population Thresholds, Jonathon Hourihane, University College Cork
- From VITAL® 2.0 to VITAL 3.0 – An Industry Approach to use of Thresholds and Reference Doses, Kirsten Grinter, Nestlé Australia & Allergen Bureau
- Review of Suitability of Analytical Methods for Measuring VITAL® Reference Doses for EU Allergens in Foodstuffs, Dr James Hindley, Food Allergy Task Force in ILSI Europe
- Managing allergens from the ground up – an innovative approach, Andrew Pekin, Chobani
- National Allergy Strategy, Sandra Vale, National Allergy Strategy
- New treatment – Immunotherapy, Professor Dianne Campbell, Children’s Hospital, Westmead
- Allergen Testing Special Interest Group (AT-SIG) Session, National Measurement Institute & Allergen Bureau
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