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Dr. Andrew Roberts will be co-chairing the scientific session: Advances in Molecular Biology as Relevant to Food Technology alongside Dr. Michael Knowles at the 19th World Congress of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST2018).

IUFoST2018 brings together researchers, academics, professionals, policymakers, food scientists, and private sector representatives to exchange ideas, share innovations, showcase new research, and discuss policy issues. Global developments in all the facets of food science and technology will be showcased through over 60 parallel scientific sessions, with more than 250 speakers participating. ILSI, ILSI India, ILSI Europe, and ILSI North America are also participating in the event.

Scientific Session: Advances in Molecular Biology as Relevant to Food Technology

Overview Abstracts Speakers Overview

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Abstracts

History and Context for Food Safety Assessment of Foods Derived from Genetically Engineered Plants
Dr. Andrew F. Roberts, ILSI Research Foundation

When genetically engineered plants were being developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s, food safety regulators were faced with a unique challenge.  Prior to this point risk assessments for foods focused on the presence of chemical and microbial contaminants while the foods themselves were considered to be safe.  But in response to public policy initiatives to require pre-market safety assessment for novel foods, assessors had to develop a paradigm for assessing the safety of whole foods for the first time.  This presentation will walk through some of the landmark early documents that developed the paradigm which has since been incorporated into the Codex Alimentarius Guideline for the Conduct of Food Safety Assessment of Foods Derived from Recombinant-DNA Plants (CAC/GL45-2003).

Food Safety Assessment for Genetically Engineered Plants in South Asia
Dr. Vibha Ahuja, Biotech Consortium India Ltd.

Foods derived from genetically engineered (GE) plants are widely consumed across many countries. In 2017, GE plants were grown by 24 countries in approximately 190 million hectares and imported by additional 43 countries for food and feed use. Countries in South Asian region are in varying stages of development and use of  GE plants. National biosafety frameworks and guidelines for food safety assessment are in place in these countries to regulate activities involving GE plants and derived food/feed products. Authorizations for the use of GE plants/foods are currently made at the national level. Regional harmonization for safety assessment guidance will ensure that foods derived from GE plants in any South Asian  country will meet the standard for safety, preventing disruptions to trade, ensuring the safety of foods for travelers between countries, and building a foundation for regional recognition of food safety authorizations, in future

Methods for the Detection, Identification, and Quantification of GM-Material in Food.
Dr. Lalitha R. Gowda, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute (retired)

Consequent to global commercialization of genetically modified (GM) crops, these crops and their products have been regulated by many countries requiring market traceability and labeling above an established threshold. The success of any regulatory and labeling scheme depends upon the efficiency with which a genetically modified material can be reliably detected and quantified. Detection of GMOs is focused on either identifying the altered gene(s) or their proteins product(s). The methods rely either on the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to amplify the transgene sequence(s), or on immunological methods (primarily ELISA, the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) to bind to the transgene gene product(s). Both methods have their place and are both qualitative and quantitative. These molecular techniques form the foundation for GMO analyses. Owing to the increase in number and divergence of GMOs developed and commercialized, most GM detection laboratories now predominantly apply initial PCR based screenings followed by (when appropriate) more specific PCR based identification and quantification. Before PCR techniques can be used by official authorities in routine analysis, they must be validated. The potential and practicality of PCR for GM material detection are discussed in the light of actual legislation and of the constraints imposed by food production and processing.

*The authors of these abstracts declare no conflict of interest, in terms of scientific, financial, and personal.

Speakers

Dr. Michael Knowles
Governing Council Member, IUFoST

Dr. Michael Knowles is a pharmacist and medicinal chemist who spent the first half of his career with the UK Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food where he became Chief Scientist (Fisheries & Food) and Under-Secretary, Head of the Food Science Group. The latter half of his career he spent with The Coca-Cola Company, eventually becoming Vice-President of Global Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, from which he retired in 2013. He is a Fellow of several scientific societies, former Global President of the International Life Sciences Institute, a Liveryman of the Society of Apothecaries, London, and a Freeman of the City of London. His scientific publications are mainly in the area of food safety, and he is joint-founding editor of the Journal of Food Additives and Contaminants. He has been a member and/or chaired scientific and regulatory committees in EU food and drink trade associations, and he is the past-Chairman of the Board of the European Technology Platform, “Food for Life,” and a member of IUFoST’s Governing Council.


Dr. Andrew Roberts
Deputy Executive Director, ILSI Research Foundation

Dr. Andrew Roberts is the Deputy Executive Director of the ILSI Research Foundation, where he is responsible for programs addressing environmental risk assessment and food safety assessment for biotechnology. Prior to joining the Research Foundation, Dr. Roberts worked at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in several different capacities, all related to the regulation of agricultural biotechnology.


Dr. Vibha Ahuja
Chief General Manager, Biotech Consortium India Ltd.

Dr. Vibha Ahuja holds a Ph.D. in Microbiology and is an expert on biosafety and regulatory aspects, particularly with reference to genetically modified organisms, having more than 25 years of experience. She is experienced in issues related to the Indian biosafety regulatory framework and has been part of formulation and dissemination of guidelines. She has been actively involved in capacity building initiatives in the country and throughout South Asia.


Dr. Lalitha R. Gowda
Former Chief Scientist, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute

Dr. Lalitha R. Gowda obtained her Ph. D in Biochemistry from Baylor University, Texas, USA and had post-doctoral training at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK. Her research and teaching career spans over 35 years in the areas of structural biology of plant proteins, food science, detail-focused analytical food safety, and a solid understanding of food safety regulations. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of FSSA(I), and Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) under the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change.

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Registration is now open!  Take advantage of Best Value rates through October 31.

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Overview Registration Fees Poster Abstracts Location Social Media Overview

The 2019 ILSI Annual Meeting is a premiere gathering of scientists from around the world. The primary focus of the meeting is to learn about new food safety and nutrition science and identify areas where ILSI can have an impact on public health. This multidisciplinary meeting is an opportunity for experts from all sectors to collaborate and share knowledge.

Registration Fees

Science Symposium Registration Fees (10-11 January ONLY)

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*5 years or less post-PhD

Science Symposium registration fee includes two-day science program, meeting materials, two breakfasts, and a poster reception.  Admission to the Friday evening reception & dinner is an additional fee.

Poster Abstracts

ILSI invites poster abstracts for the 2019 ILSI Science Symposium ‘A Brave New World in Nutrition & Food Safety: Applying New Technologies and Paradigms in Nutrition & Food Safety’ in Clearwater, Florida, USA, January 10-11, 2019.

The 2019 ILSI Science Symposium will include six scientific sessions in addition to the poster session.

Submission Deadline: Friday, 12 October by 11:59 p.m. Eastern.

More information.

Location

The 2019 ILSI Annual Meeting & Science Symposium will be held at the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach located at 100 Coronado Dr, Clearwater, FL 

 

 

 

Hotels

Hilton Clearwater Beach & Spa

727.461.3222, 400 Mandalay Ave. Clearwater, FL 33767

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Clearwater Beach

727.218.1090, 309 Coronado Dr. Clearwater Beach, FL 33767

Residence Inn by Marriott Clearwater Beach

727.218.1088, 309 Coronado Dr. Clearwater Beach, FL 33767

Pier House 60 Marina Hotel

727.683.0002, 101 Coronado Dr. Clearwater Beach, FL 33767

Local Area Information

On Site Dining

Social Media

Join the Conversation!

Follow @ILSI_Global on Twitter to see live tweets during the event! #ILSI2019

The Science Symposium includes presentations on new technologies in the following thematic areas:

Food Safety

Diet & Activity Assessment

Novel Foods

Food Processing and Waste

Science Symposium

New Technologies Advancing Accuracy in Food Intake and/or Physical Activity Assessment

Thursday January 10 | 8:40 - 10:40 am

This session will explore advances in technologies and tools to improve accuracy of food intake and physical activity assessment with a global perspective.  Speakers will consider the availability of new technologies for application in developing countries, as well as first world countries, for health promotion and improvement of public health.

New Technologies and Approaches in Microbiota Research for Managing Food Safety

Thursday January 10 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

This session will examine innovations in food safety employing transformational technologies and approaches in animal microbiota research to combat pathogens in the food supply impacting human health.

How Can New Technology Impact Research Studies?

Thursday January 10 | 2:30 - 4:30 pm

This session will explore novel approaches and new technologies in study design, beyond traditional analytical methods and design.

New Technologies and Applications in Food Science

Friday January 11 | 8:00 - 10:30 am

This session will present new technologies in food science for the development of new foods and ingredients, innovations beyond preservation, and applications for food safety, in response to consumer demands, needs and expectations.

Novel Foods and the Future: Challenges & Benefits of New Technologies

Friday January 11 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

This session will explore the potential benefits and accompanying challenges of the latest new technologies to create novel foods and ingredients.

Food Processing & Food Waste: State of Technology

Friday January 11 | 2:30 - 4:30 pm

This session will explore opportunities through new technologies for reducing food waste.

Posters

Call for Poster Abstracts is now open. Submission deadline is Friday, October 12 by 11:59 p.m. Eastern.

Why Attend

ILSI’s mission is to provide science that improves human health and well-being and safeguards the environment. There is no substitute for the in-person engagement that has come to define ILSI’s Annual Meetings. Each year, we join scientific colleagues from academia, government, industry, and civil society for state-of-the-science symposia, keynote lectures, networking events, and ILSI branch meetings.

 

Learning Opportunities
Get the latest information in new technologies and innovations for diet and activity assessment, study design, food safety, novel foods, and food processing & waste. The scientific program at the ILSI Annual Meeting is relevant for all experts in the food safety and nutrition communities.

Networking  
Nothing beats the value of interacting with colleagues in-person. ILSI brings scientific thought leaders together from all sectors, allowing for face-to-face discussion and collaboration to solve and identify some of the biggest challenges facing the food safety and nutrition community. 

Perspective
Attending ILSI Annual Meetings allows participants to take a step back and look at challenges in nutrition, food safety, and health through the viewpoint of colleagues that they don't engage with normally.

Leadership
Attending ILSI Annual Meetings allows participants to draw attention to challenges that not everyone is aware of.  It is a chance to connect with other experts and take a leadership role while using the resources and network provided by the unique ILSI platform.

Join the conversation on social media #ILSI2019

Questions? Email annualmeeting@ilsi.org

Past Annual Meetings

View presentations from previous ILSI Annual Meetings:

2018

The 2018 ILSI Annual Meeting was held in Southampton, Bermuda January 20-23, 2018.

View the Presentations

2015

The 2015 ILSI Annual Meeting was held in Chandler, Arizona, USA January 16-21, 2015.

View the Presentations

2017

The 2017 ILSI Annual Meeting was held in La Jolla, California, USA January 20-25, 2017.

View the Presentations

2014

The 2014 ILSI Annual Meeting was held in Southampton, Bermuda
January 17-22, 2014.

View the Presentations

2016

The 2016 ILSI Annual Meeting was held in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA January 22-27, 2016.

View the Presentations

2013

The 2013 ILSI Annual Meeting was held in Miami, Florida, USA
January 18-23, 2013.

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Dr. Andrew Roberts will be co-chairing the scientific session: Advances in Molecular Biology as Relevant to Food Technology alongside Dr. Michael Knowles at the 19th World Congress of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST2018).

IUFoST2018 brings together researchers, academics, professionals, policymakers, food scientists, and private sector representatives to exchange ideas, share innovations, showcase new research, and discuss policy issues. Global developments in all the facets of food science and technology will be showcased through over 60 parallel scientific sessions, with more than 250 speakers participating. ILSI, ILSI India, ILSI Europe, and ILSI North America are also participating in the event.

Scientific Session: Advances in Molecular Biology as Relevant to Food Technology

Overview Abstracts Speakers Overview

[supsystic-tables id=4]

Abstracts

History and Context for Food Safety Assessment of Foods Derived from Genetically Engineered Plants
Dr. Andrew F. Roberts, ILSI Research Foundation

When genetically engineered plants were being developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s, food safety regulators were faced with a unique challenge.  Prior to this point risk assessments for foods focused on the presence of chemical and microbial contaminants while the foods themselves were considered to be safe.  But in response to public policy initiatives to require pre-market safety assessment for novel foods, assessors had to develop a paradigm for assessing the safety of whole foods for the first time.  This presentation will walk through some of the landmark early documents that developed the paradigm which has since been incorporated into the Codex Alimentarius Guideline for the Conduct of Food Safety Assessment of Foods Derived from Recombinant-DNA Plants (CAC/GL45-2003).

Food Safety Assessment for Genetically Engineered Plants in South Asia
Dr. Vibha Ahuja, Biotech Consortium India Ltd.

Foods derived from genetically engineered (GE) plants are widely consumed across many countries. In 2017, GE plants were grown by 24 countries in approximately 190 million hectares and imported by additional 43 countries for food and feed use. Countries in South Asian region are in varying stages of development and use of  GE plants. National biosafety frameworks and guidelines for food safety assessment are in place in these countries to regulate activities involving GE plants and derived food/feed products. Authorizations for the use of GE plants/foods are currently made at the national level. Regional harmonization for safety assessment guidance will ensure that foods derived from GE plants in any South Asian  country will meet the standard for safety, preventing disruptions to trade, ensuring the safety of foods for travelers between countries, and building a foundation for regional recognition of food safety authorizations, in future

Methods for the Detection, Identification, and Quantification of GM-Material in Food.
Dr. Lalitha R. Gowda, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute (retired)

Consequent to global commercialization of genetically modified (GM) crops, these crops and their products have been regulated by many countries requiring market traceability and labeling above an established threshold. The success of any regulatory and labeling scheme depends upon the efficiency with which a genetically modified material can be reliably detected and quantified. Detection of GMOs is focused on either identifying the altered gene(s) or their proteins product(s). The methods rely either on the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to amplify the transgene sequence(s), or on immunological methods (primarily ELISA, the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) to bind to the transgene gene product(s). Both methods have their place and are both qualitative and quantitative. These molecular techniques form the foundation for GMO analyses. Owing to the increase in number and divergence of GMOs developed and commercialized, most GM detection laboratories now predominantly apply initial PCR based screenings followed by (when appropriate) more specific PCR based identification and quantification. Before PCR techniques can be used by official authorities in routine analysis, they must be validated. The potential and practicality of PCR for GM material detection are discussed in the light of actual legislation and of the constraints imposed by food production and processing.

*The authors of these abstracts declare no conflict of interest, in terms of scientific, financial, and personal.

Speakers

Dr. Michael Knowles
Governing Council Member, IUFoST

Dr. Michael Knowles is a pharmacist and medicinal chemist who spent the first half of his career with the UK Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food where he became Chief Scientist (Fisheries & Food) and Under-Secretary, Head of the Food Science Group. The latter half of his career he spent with The Coca-Cola Company, eventually becoming Vice-President of Global Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, from which he retired in 2013. He is a Fellow of several scientific societies, former Global President of the International Life Sciences Institute, a Liveryman of the Society of Apothecaries, London, and a Freeman of the City of London. His scientific publications are mainly in the area of food safety, and he is joint-founding editor of the Journal of Food Additives and Contaminants. He has been a member and/or chaired scientific and regulatory committees in EU food and drink trade associations, and he is the past-Chairman of the Board of the European Technology Platform, “Food for Life,” and a member of IUFoST’s Governing Council.


Dr. Andrew Roberts
Deputy Executive Director, ILSI Research Foundation

Dr. Andrew Roberts is the Deputy Executive Director of the ILSI Research Foundation, where he is responsible for programs addressing environmental risk assessment and food safety assessment for biotechnology. Prior to joining the Research Foundation, Dr. Roberts worked at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in several different capacities, all related to the regulation of agricultural biotechnology.


Dr. Vibha Ahuja
Chief General Manager, Biotech Consortium India Ltd.

Dr. Vibha Ahuja holds a Ph.D. in Microbiology and is an expert on biosafety and regulatory aspects, particularly with reference to genetically modified organisms, having more than 25 years of experience. She is experienced in issues related to the Indian biosafety regulatory framework and has been part of formulation and dissemination of guidelines. She has been actively involved in capacity building initiatives in the country and throughout South Asia.


Dr. Lalitha R. Gowda
Former Chief Scientist, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute

Dr. Lalitha R. Gowda obtained her Ph. D in Biochemistry from Baylor University, Texas, USA and had post-doctoral training at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK. Her research and teaching career spans over 35 years in the areas of structural biology of plant proteins, food science, detail-focused analytical food safety, and a solid understanding of food safety regulations. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of FSSA(I), and Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) under the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change.

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