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Distinguished guests from the international and food safety communities attended Grand Opening ceremony of the International Food Safety Training Laboratory, JIFSAN's latest program.
Distinguished guests from the international and food safety communities attended Grand Opening ceremony of the International Food Safety Training Laboratory, JIFSAN's latest program. The Grand Opening ceremony of the IFSTL was held on September 15th.
The National Director of the Agricultural and Livestock Service of Chile, the Agricultural Attaché, and the Trade Specialist at the Chilean Embassy, visited JIFSAN for fruitful discussions on the deployment of GAP, GAqP and laboratory training in Chile and at IFSTL.
The Grand Opening week at IFSTL kicked off on Monday with a dynamic group of students eager to learn about methods of pesticide residue analysis. The group will spend one week learning about the regulation, compliance issues and laboratory techniques. Welcome to IFSTL!
IFSTL is holding a one-week training session entitled "Methods in Pesticide Residue Analysis" September 12-16, 2011.
The University of Maryland is celebrating the opening of the International Food Safety Training Laboratory (IFSTL) on September 15th, 2011.
JIFSAN is seeking a Chemist for its newly established International Food Safety Training Laboratory.
Dr. Wei Ji, CTO of HR-QAU in Qingdao Agricultural University in Shandong Province, China, visited IFSTL. Dr. Ji 's laboratory intends to register participants in IFSTL's upcoming training "Methods in Pesticide Residue Analysis" held September 12-16, 2011.
Dr. Irene Chan from FDA office in Beijing, Evid Liu from the FDA office in Guangzhou, Dr. Astrid Szeto from FDA's Office of International Programs and Dr. Nirupa Sen from the New Dehli office were accompanied by Dr. Jin Park Young and Dr. Steven Robs of CFSAN for their visit of the new IFSTL site.
A private blog is now in full operation, which enables participants from related courses at IFSTL to communicate following their training. Questions relevant to the training, to the application of the methods and photos get exchanged on the blog.
Maintaining an active participation in APEC initiatives is part of IFSTL's objective to support global improved food safety through training and harmonization.
JIFSAN International Food Safety Training Laboratory. Laboratory Manager will be responsible for managing the laboratory facility and equipment, carrying out chemical and/or microbiological analyses, designing analytical protocols, instructing students in analytical procedures, lecturing, supervising technicians and developing training curricula.
The University of Maryland and the Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) will build and operate the first U.S.-based laboratory for training foreign food producers - an important step in building the foreign scientific capacity needed to uncover contamination before commodities ship.