These days, it appears uncommon to search out somebody or some entity and not using a podcast, and the Meals and Drug Administration is not any exception.
The TechTalk podcast is hosted by the FDA and focuses on leading edge subjects. Every quarter friends look at a special side of the New Period of Smarter Meals Security blueprint for which there are novel technological approaches and options.
TechTalk Podcast episode two: “Entire Genome Sequencing within the New Period of Smarter Meals Security,” a dialogue on WGS and its potential to rework meals security, will go stay Aug. 11. Entire Genome Sequencing is commonly described as offering fingerprints of particular strains of pathogens.
Entire genome sequencing (WGS) is a cutting-edge expertise that FDA has put to a novel and health-promoting use. WGS reveals the entire DNA make-up of an organism, enabling the FDA to raised perceive variations each inside and between species. This permits the FDA to distinguish between organisms with a precision that different applied sciences don’t enable.
The podcast options prime consultants within the area concerned in meals security and expertise.
TechTalk Podcast episode two will function Mark Moorman, director of FDA’s Workplace of Meals Security and Eric Brown, director of the Division of Microbiology within the Workplace of Regulatory Science at FDA’s Middle for Meals Security and Utilized Diet.
Moorman will lead a dialogue with prime consultants in meals security and public well being on the potential of WGS to rework meals security, how the capability for its use might be elevated throughout all sectors of the meals security stakeholder group, and the way extra alternatives for its use might be made accessible to all laboratory communities.
- Affiliation of Public Well being Laboratories: Shari Shea, Director of Meals Security
- Western Growers: Afreen Malik, Science Applications Director
- New York State Division of Well being: William Wolfgang, Division of Infectious Illnesses
The hyperlink to hearken to episode two will likely be posted Aug. 11 right here.
Within the first installment in April, consultants from the Institute of Meals Technologists, FMI: The Meals Business Affiliation, and the worldwide requirements group GS1 mentioned the function they envision new applied sciences enjoying in bettering traceability, and the recommendation they’ve for meals producers considering subsequent steps of their traceability journey.
The primary set up might be discovered right here.
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