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Jan 20, 2015

USDA's SCRI Project: Study Analyzes Tomato Production Practices

Tomato production practices don’t significantly affect bacteria levels and the study’s results point to the need for additional research, according to University of Maryland and Rutgers University researchers.
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Dr. Pradhan's Graduate Students Recieve Multiple Awards at 2014 SRA Annual Meeting

Dr. Pradhan's five graduate students received travel awards to attend and present their research at the 2014 Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting.

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JIFSAN Offers New Global Food Law and Regulation Course

The Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition’s Risk Analysis Program launched the three-day course to educate students on food safety regulations related to the production and importation/exportation of food.

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CFS3 Awarded 2-Year $4.6 Million Extension on SCRI Project

The Center for Food Safety and Security Systems (CFS3) was awarded a 2-Year extension in the amount of $4.6 million for their SCRI CAP grant “Developing Scientifically-based Consensus Food Safety Metrics for Leafy Greens and Tomatoes.” The original grant proposal was a 2-phase 5-year project that proposed to use greenhouse, field, and validation trials to test some of the current food safety metrics required by the government and the produce industry.

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IAFP 2014

One of the premier events to which the food safety community looks forward is the annual meeting of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP).

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Serajus Salaheen Awarded Northeast SARE Graduate Student Grant

Congratulations to Serajus Salaheen, a graduate student in Dr. Debabrata Biswas’s lab, for being awarded a 2014 Northeast SARE Graduate Student grant.

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Dr. Pradhan's Graduate Students Recieve Multiple Awards at 2013 SRA Annual Meeting

Dr. Pradhan's four graduate students received travel awards to attend and present their research at the 2013 SRA annual meeting in December.

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