Food Safety Microbiology & Nutrition Seminar (Food Safety Seminar )

Venue: Donald Danforth Plant Sciences Center

Location: St. Louis, Missouri, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 04, 2011 End Date/Time: Nov 04, 2011
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The MiL, Inc., along with other sponsors, invite you to attend our seminar, a one-day series of speakers from both the industry and academia covering applied and analytical food microbiology issues and food safety.

For those involved in human, pet or animal food manufacturing and those in food and other preparation, processing, and sales disciplines who are concerned with the possible health and safety impact of your products, this seminar will provide you with invaluable technological knowledge and perspective on microbiological principles for decision making.

Representatives of health education and services, nutrition, and public health programs will be interested in learning of the techniques and technologies available to combat food-born pathogens, presented by leaders of the industry.

Technical sales personnel in the various industries, food microbiologists, laboratory specialists and others who desire the latest information in microbial characterization and identification and functional groups of organisms will find the seminar packed with new ideas and methodologies.
Continuing Professional Education Credit for Registered Dietitians has been applied for through the Commission of Dietetic Registration.

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Each participant may receive a premium backpack with resource materials from sponsors.

Space is limited so attendance will be restricted to the first 200 registrants.

Learning Objectives

The seminar will build upon basic microbiology for the formulator/diagnostic safety and quality microbiology decision-maker. Upon completion of this day, you will have basic understanding of the principles of diagnostic food microbiology with a focus on newer methodologies which are being applied evermore frequently from the applied areas of biochemistry and biotechnology, such as qPCR and other techniques of detection.

Through our seminar, by providing a solid foundation of excellence in microbiology and quantitative analytical methods, you will become aware of the many resources available to assist you with issues involving food safety microbiology. Your perspective on the microbial world around you will be greatly enhanced to the benefit of both you and your clients.


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St. Louis
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