Maarten Nauta

  1. 2016
  2. A Generic Model for Cross-contamination during Meat Processing and Its Application in Risk Assessments

    Maarten Nauta (Speaker), 1 Aug 2016, IAFP Annual meeting 2016

    Activity: Lecture and oral contribution

  3. Burden of Disease of Dietary Exposure to Acrylamide in Denmark

    Maarten Nauta (Speaker), 1 Aug 2016, IAFP Annual meeting 2016

    Activity: Lecture and oral contribution

  4. Food Safety and Nutrition: Consumers as Risk and Benefit Managers: The need for quantification

    Maarten Nauta (Speaker), 2 Aug 2016, IAFP Annual meeting 2016

    Activity: Lecture and oral contribution

  5. Campylobacter: Can we solve the problem?

    Maarten Nauta (Panel member), 3 Aug 2016, IAFP Annual meeting 2016

    Activity: Lecture and oral contribution

  6. The consumer as risk and benefit manager: the need for quantification

    Maarten Nauta (Speaker), 22 Sep 2016, Nordic Risk Benefit Assessment Workshop

    Activity: Lecture and oral contribution

  7. The use of risk assessment to support control of Salmonella in pork

    Maarten Nauta (Invited speaker), 10 Nov 2016, BfR Symposium Zoonosen und Lebensmittelsicherheiy

    Activity: Lecture and oral contribution

  8. Improving conceptual understanding by inductive teaching: An example of its success

    Maarten Nauta (Speaker), 17 Nov 2016, 5th DTU Biennial for Teaching and Learning

    Activity: Lecture and oral contribution

  9. Microbial Risk Analysis 2-3 2016

    Maarten Nauta (Editor), 2016

    Activity: Ongoing editorial workEditor of Research journal

  10. 2015
  11. Training Risk Assessment Microbiology in Mauritius

    Maarten Nauta (Course lecturer), 19 Jan 201523 Jan 2015

    Activity: Other research and communication activitiesExternal teaching and subject coordination

  12. Using Quantitative methods in Food Safety Risk Assessment

    Maarten Nauta (Invited speaker), Scientific Committee on Food Safety (VKM) Norway, 13 Feb 2015

    Activity: Other research and communication activitiesExternal teaching and subject coordination

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