International symposium in Norway in June 2019: Speeding towards -omics ...
Chemical and Microbiological Food Analyses
This international symposium was arranged by AOAC Europe – NMKL – NordVal International and held in Oslo, Norway, on 3-4 June 2019.
The purpose of the symposium was to bring together scientists, technicians and companies to discuss emerging technologies and techniques with emphasis on recent advances and applications in food analyses.
The topics were presented in plenum and in parallel sessions.
For full programme details see here
Presentations made available:
- Welcome by Hilde Skår Norli (President of AOAC Europe, Chair of NordVal International, former Secretary-General of NMKL), Norwegian Veterinary Institute
- When metabolomics enter the service of chemical food safety by Gaud Dervilly-Pinel, LABERCA, France
- Trends and perspectives in the development of electrochemical biosensors for the fast detection of contaminants in food products by Valérie Gaudin, ANSES, France
- Future challenges: Genome Editing - A CRISPR bacon? By Bert Pöpping, FOCOS, Germany
- Hand-held devices – risk assessment in consumer hands by Bert Pöpping, FOCOS, Germany
- The European Union-funded Vivaldi project by Mogens Madsen, DTU Bioengineering, Technical University of Denmark
- Whole (meta)genome sequencing in a food safety perspective by Camilla Sekse, Norwegian Veterinary Institute
- Applications of whole genome sequencing in epidemiology, surveillance and microbiological risk assessment by Kalliopi Rantsiou, University of Turin, Italy
- Using whole genome sequencing from food outbreaks by Saara Salmenlinna, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland
- The new ISO 16140 standards by Paul in’t Veld, Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority, the Netherlands
- Caught between two stools: Proof of concept of the new ISO 16140-6 for the validation of confirmation methods by Daniele Sohier, Bruker (MicroVal), Germany
- Salmonella Velox – The world's fastest method for salmonella detection in food by Tina Mygind, DNA Diagnostic A/S, Denmark
- Shiga Toxin-producing E. coli (STEC): the first story of the NF validation according to ISO16140-2; an inside view of a happy end by Sylvie Hallier-Soulier, Pall GeneDisc Technologies, France
- Metagenomics and bioinformatics by Thomas Haverkamp, Norwegian Veterinary Institute
- Using metagenomics to monitor antimicrobial resistance in livestock and beyond by Patrick Munk, National Food Institute , Technical University of Denmark
- Transcriptomic - Shining a light on Listeria by Kristin Sæbø Pettersen, Norwegian Veterinary Institute
- Study example(s) in MS-based metabolomics approaches for detecting exposure to veterinary treatments with medicinal products by Sophie Mompelat, ANSES, France
- Food authenticity testing with next-generation sequencing by Karin Lönnqvist, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Finland
- Multi-substance screening methods by Wolfgang Radeck, Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, Germany
- Validation of LC-MS/MS methods for quantification of endobiotics in food matrices: a practical approach by Siegrid De Baere, Ghent University, Belgium
- Development and validation of a comprehensive LC-HRMS based method for the quantification and confirmation of banned growth-promoting substances in animal-based food products by Anton Kaufmann, Cantonal Laboratory Zurich, Switzerland
- Automated laser ablation- and liquid chromatography-ICP-MS sample introduction systems for food safety analysis by C. Derrick Quarles Jr., Elemental Scientific, USA
- Use of portable biosensor devices to assist in food safety decisions earlier in the supply chain by Sandra Salleres, Biolan Microbiosensores, Spain
- Proteomics of salmon skin mucus: treatment optimisation through group differentiation by Christiane Kruse Fæste, Norwegian Veterinary Institute