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Conjugating Antibodies Antigens to Dots to Detect Food Pathogens in Seconds with Dan Forte Dan's 30 year career has focused on sales, marketing and business management. He has worked for a variety of firms in multiple industries including consumer goods, food products, real estate development, electronics, software, chemicals, commodities, oil refining, defense and now the nanotechnology field. Over the last two decades his expertise has been applied to international sales and marketing projects in Brazil, Mexico, Mainland China, Japan, South Korea and the Middle East North Africa. He has assisted US firms to gain market entry. He is an appointee by the Secretary of Commerce to the District Export Trade Council. He participates and lectures on innovation and foreign trade at various academic institutions His present mission is to build and manage his scientific and business team and focus everyone on the rapid commercialization of the nanotechnology products manufactured by the Quantum Technology Group.
Agenda: 1. Introduction. 2. What are food pathogens? 3. How are they detected now by food production facilities? 4. What are the challenges with these methods? 5. What is needed in food testing? 6. What is the ZnSe platform? 7. How could conjugating antibodies antigens to dots technology help food production? 8. What will the technology bring to the food testing market? 9. When is the anticipated market release date? 10. Conclusion.
Contact: Daniel Forte CEO, Founder Quantum Technology Group Woburn, MA 781.569.5060 DF@QTech-Group.Com http://qtech-group.com
Detection of Pathogens in Food Production Fields with Laura Strawn, MS., Candidate for a Ph.D. at Cornell University in the Food Science Department with specialties in Microbiology and Epidemiology.Laura Strawn has published four peer reviewed articles, one book chapter, over ten abstracts and organized/chaired three symposia at the annual meeting of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP). Laura has also been a teaching assistant for multiple classes and received the outstandi
Real-time detection of pathogens using customized nanoparticle biosensors with Fred Byerlein, MBA & Houng-Yau Mei, Ph.D., MBA
Mr. Beyerlein has over 30 years of extensive experience in early stage enterprise development product and market strategy, financial systems and overall business strategy. Mr. Beyerlein currently serves as the CEO of nanoRETE, Inc.; a biosensor development company focused on pathogen and toxin detection within the food safety and supply markets. Mr. Beyerlein received his MBA in Economics and Finance from Fordham University.
Dr. Mei received his Ph.D. degree from Columbia University followed by a NIH-postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California and an Executive MBA from Michigan State University. He has worked at Pfizer and Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals, Rubicon Genomics, and Neural Intervention Technologies. Dr. Mei has over 60 patent applications, publications & abstracts..
Agenda: 1. Introduction. 2. What are human pathogens, such as anthrax, E. Coli, salmonella, tuberculosis? 3. What are the traditional methods of detection? 4. Is there a need for in-field, rapid testing results? 5. What is bio-barcode technology? a. Nano particle-presence/absence metal-ion 6. What advantages does multiplex testing offer? 7. What is square wave anodic stripping voltammetry (SWASV)? 8. Why is the reporting of test results within an hour advantageous? 9. What is the price of these new technologies? 10. Conclusion.
Contact: Fred Beyerlein, BS/MBA Chief Executive Officer nanoRETE, Inc. 3815 Technology Blvd. #1050 Lansing, MI 48910 517.336.4680 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.nanorete.com
Cold Plasma as a Foodborne Pathogen Kill Step with Kevin M. Keener, Ph.D., P.E.Dr. Keener is the Director of the Food Technology Development Laboratory at Purdue University.He received his Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Ohio State University and his Ph.D. degree from Purdue University.His research areas include:Development of non-invasive quality measurement techniques and novel food processing technologies.Specific research projects include the following:Development of NMR and MRI methods
The Use of Pathatrix Technologies in Food Testing with Melanie Patterson. Melanie is the Food Safety Consultant for Life Technologies in Europe. Her role is to understand market requirements and apply her microbiology background to identify what solutions Life Technologies can provide to better meet customer testing needs. She works closely with the commercial teams, product management and R&D. She has worked for Life Technologies for 5 years. She enjoys the frequent customer interaction and attending industry forums and events. Her background includes a BSc in microbiology and 13 years working in the food safety industry. She has worked in a contract laboratory both at the bench and helping customers with troubleshooting. She also has experience working as a support specialist across Europe. Agenda: 1. Introduction. 2. What is the goal of food testing for human pathogens? 3. Which bacterial pathogens cause the most harm? 4. What are some of the methods to detect those pathogens? 5. How does the Pathatrix technology address those challenges? 6. What is re-circulating immuno-magnetic separation (RIMS) technology? 7. How does a high volume wash enable the efficient removal of sample matrices, non-specific microorganisms and PCR inhibitors? 8. What are the advantages of Pathatrix? 9. Are there any alternatives to Pathatrix? 10. Conclusion
Melanie Patterson Senior Product Applications Specialist for Food & Safety Life Technologies http://lifetechnologies.com/foodsafety email@example.com +800-500-6885
Negative Salmonella for Mexican Cucumbers Reported by USFDA with Jesus Aceves is the Director General of Enviro Tech LA, S.A. de C.V.
Jesus Aceves is the Director General of Enviro Tech LA, S.A. de C.V. Has earned his degrees in engineering and biochemistry at the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. He is active in food safety in the produce sector in Northern Mexico. He was a Biotecnology Branch Manager at ProAqua México - Proveedora de Insumos Acuicolas, S.A. de C.V. He has certifications on HAZARD ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS (HACCP) from NOAA, USDA National Training Branch. See: http://www.fda.gov/Food/RecallsOutbreaksEmergencies/Outbreaks/ucm349461.htm?goback=%2Egde_1393897_member_239569966 Agenda: 1. Introduction. 2. What is a food borne pathogen? 3. What is the Salmonella organism? 4. How do humans react to this organism? 5. The recent US FDA Salmonella warning about Mexican cucumbers. 6. What were the vendor actions taken in Mexico to investigate these claims? 7. What was the final conclusion of these studies? 8. How did the US FDA report these results? 9. What is the optimum food safety approach to protect the public from Salmonella? 10. Conclusion.
Jesus Aceves Director General Enviro Tech LA, S.A. de C.V. Mazatlan, Sinaloa Cel. (52)+1 669 912 0119 Of. (52) 669 118 0707 E-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org Skype. J.aceves www.envirotechla.com
The Use of Acidifiers in Controlling Salmonella with Nataliya Roth, Technical Manager, BIOMIN Nataliya was born in Ukraine. She studied technology of meat products at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Lviv, Ukraine. She then moved to Austria to study Food Technology and Biotechnology at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna. For the past 5 years she has worked as a technical manager for Biomin. She is also working on her PhD thesis about the reduction of antibiotic resistant bacteria with help of feed additives.
Agenda: 1. Introduction 2. What is a foodborne pathogen? 3. What is Salmonella? 4. How can Salmonella be controlled in food? 5. What are acidifiers? 6. How can acidifiers be employed to control Salmonella? 7. What products does BIOMIN Holding GmbH offer? 8. What is the optimum application protocol? 9. Conclusion
Nataliya ROTH DI (MSc) Technical Manager BIOMIN Holding GmbH Industriestrasse 21 3130 Herzogenburg, Austria Tel: +43 2782 803 314 Mobile: +43 664 8254 318 email@example.com http://www.biomin.net
Rom Duckworth sits down with Capt. Jerry Myers to ask "Bloodborne Pathogens: What do we REALLY need to know?" We have to sit down every year, but what is new in 2013? Are we teaching what we are supposed to? What does and Infection Control Officer even do? What is the role of a supervisor or company officer in an exposure? Call in and ask your questions to our experts!
Craig graduated with a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Craig worked as a database designer for Digital Equipment Limited. He worked for 15 years at AuCom Electronics Limited, a company that develops electronic industrial motor control systems. Craig was responsible for Research and Development at AuCom, then the Director of Design..
Craig is the Chief Executive Officer at Veritide Ltd. Veritide has developed a certified Anthrax/spore detection device called Ceeker. 1. Introduction. 2. What is a foodborne pathogen? 3. What types of contaminants can meat products contain? 4. Does contamination include microorganisms, faecal contamination and "other" items? 5. What are meat spoilage bacteria or micro-organisms? 6. Which tests can detect foodborne pathogens in meat products? 7. What are the technical challenges those tests pose? 8. Which new technologies are available to solve these challenges? 9. Which new proprietary testing technology uses fluorescence? 10. Do the Veritide technologies test for total viable organisms with quantification? 11. Can the technologies test surface, airborne and liquid samples? 12. The portable instrumentation can test rapidly, on-site for the detection of bacteria, viruses and other biological agents. 13. The Ceeker™ detects in 3 to 10 minutes (approximately, depending on spore species, spore density and analysis conditions). 14. Veritide is developing cutting-edge technologies which include a hand held "wand" with fibre optics and a full carcass scanner. 15. Conclusion. Craig Tuffnell Cheif Operating Officer Veritide Limited +64 21 945944 firstname.lastname@example.org
This is your chance to call in and get some free healing from Certified Emotion Code Practitioner, Tim Janakos (and long time student of the Body Code).
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Super Bowl Sunday is here and many are hosting and gathering to share in on this exciting event. However, do you know of the latest food recalls?
Burger King Whole Foods Sprouters Northwest Hunts and more Join us as we discuss the latest food recalls and tell all of your social network friends to check in as well.