Advances in Predictive Modeling and Quantitative Microbiological Risk Assessment of Foods

Cleide Oliveira de Almeida Møller (Organizer)

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Description

At this section it was open a discussion encouraged by the introduction of the challenges in modelling consumers in QMRA (Maarten Nauta, Denmark), and by the impacts and the applications of QRA such as: QRA of Salmonella in fresh pork (Møller, C.O.A., Nauta, M., Schaffner, D., Dalgaard, P., Christensen, B. B., Hansen, T. B); Making sense of zeros: impact on human health estimates (Duarte, A.S.R., Stockmarr, A., Nauta, M.); Increasing milk pasteurization temperature increases estimated U.S. annual deaths from listeriosis (Stasiewicz, M.L., Martin, N., Laue, S., Gröhn, Y.T., Boor, K.J., Wiedmann, M.); Risk assessment: ochratoxin in coffee – from farm to cup (Taniwaki, M., Palacios, H.A.C., Yamanaka, B.T.)

Section 9. Impacts and Applications of QRA
Period31 Oct 2013
Event typeWorkshop
LocationSao Paulo, Brazil