MycoRed International Conference Europe 2013 - Global Mycotoxin Reduction Strategies
ISM-MycoRed International Conference
Europe 2013
Global Mycotoxin Reduction Strategies
Organised by CNR ISPA jointly with ISM
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Scientific Program> Speakers

Confirmed Speakers



TUESDAY, MAY 28, 2013

Angelo Visconti & Antonio F. Logrieco
Institute of Sciences of Food Production, National Research Council (ISPA CNR), Italy
Onofrio Introna
President of Regional Council, Apulia Region, Italy
Franco Ancona
Major of Municipality of Martina Franca, Italy
Chris Wild , International Agency for Research on Cancer, France
Johanna Fink-Gremmels, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Patrik Kolar,  European Commission, Belgium
Hans van Egmond, RIKILT-Institute of Food Safety, The Netherlands
Lei Bao , Shan Dong Import-Export Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of China, China
Pino Calcagni, International Nut and Dried Fruit Council Foundation, Spain
Felicia Wu, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Vittorio Fattori, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Italy
Wayne Bryden, University of Queensland, Australia
Rudolf Krska, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (IFA BOKU), Austria
David Miller, Carleton University, Canada
Ranajit Bandyopadhyay , International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Nigeria
Yang Liu, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Sophia Chulze, National University of Rio Cuarto, Argentina


WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2013

SESSION 2.  PRE-HARVEST MYCOTOXIN CONTROL
Petr Karlovsky
, George August University, German
Mycotoxin detoxification in genetically modified plants
Simon Edwards , Harper Adams University, United Kingdom
Chemical control of Fusarium head blight of cereals: current  knowledge
Gary Munkvold , Iowa State University, USA
Crop management practices to minimize the risk of mycotoxin contamination in temperate-zone maize production
Jürgen Köhl , Plant Research International-DLO, The Netherlands
MycoRed contribution to biological control of toxigenic fungi
Christina Donat , Bio-Ferm, Austria
Technical and economical aspects of biological control from industrial perspective
Paola Battilani , UCSC Piacenza, Italy
Predictive models: current knowledge and MycoRed contribution


SESSION 3.  PLANT GENETIC RESISTANCE
Etienne Duveiller
, CIMMYT, Mexico
Current  CIMMYT/MycoRed solutions for minimizing mycotoxins in wheat and maize
Akos Mesterhazy , Cereal Research Company, Hungary
Breeding wheat for resistance against Fusarium head blight
Gerhard Adam , IFA BOKU, Austria
Inactivation of Fusarium mycotoxins by plant responses in wheat
Gary Payne , North Carolina State University, USA
Knowledge of maize/Aspergillus flavus pathosystem for aflatoxin control
Adriano Marocco , UCSC Piacenza, Italy
Breeding maize for resistance to Fusarium ear rot: an integrated approach of transcriptomics, metabolomics and genomics

SESSION 4.  POST-HARVEST MYCOTOXIN CONTROL
Naresh Magan
, Cranfield University, United Kingdo
Mycotoxin post-harvest problems: MycoRed knowledge and solutions
Adriana Torres , National University of Rio Cuarto, Argentina
Reduction of aflatoxins in the peanut chain during storage in Latin-America
Hayrettin Ozer , TUBITAK MAM, Turkey
Toxigenic fungi, mycotoxins in dried fruits and reduction strategies
Marta Taniwaki , Institute of Food Technology, Brasil
Strategies to reduce aflatoxins in the Brazil nut chain
Rolf Geisen, Max Rubner Institute, Germany
New perspectives for mycotoxin reduction by light
Luigi Di Taranto , Matrix, Italy
Electronic device for grain quality monitoring during storage

SESSION 5.  BIODIVERSITY AND GENOMICS OF TOXIGENIC FUNGI
Cees Waalwijk
, Wageningen UR, Plant Research International, The Netherlands
Advances on genomics of toxigenic Fusaria
Jens C. Frisvad , Technical University of Denmark
Advances on chemotaxonomy of toxigenic fungi
John Leslie , Kansas State University, USA
Field and laboratory hybrids between Fusarium fujikuroi and Fusarium proliferatus
Deepak Bhatnagar , USDA-Agricultural Research Service, USA
Biodiversity and Aspergillus flavus genome for aflatoxin management
Antonio Moretti , ISPA-CNR, Italy
M
ycoRed contribution to biodiversity of toxigenic fungi in cereals, grape and dried fruits

Matteo Chiara , University of Milan, Italy
From NGS to mycotoxins: assembly and annotation of fungal genomes



THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013

SESSION 6.  TOXICOLOGY
Massimo Tommasino , International Agency for Research on Cancer, France
Aflatoxin B1 positively impact on Epstein-Barr virus viral life cycle in vitro model
Isabelle Oswald, INRA, France

Effect of deoxynivalenol and its acetylated derivatives on gut health
Jean-Denis Troadec , Aix-Marseilles University, France
Advances in deoxynivalenol toxicity mechanisms: the brain as a target

SESSION 7.  QUALITY ASSURANCE AND ANALYTICAL METHODS
Roland Poms
, International Association for Cereal Science and Technology (ICC), Austria
Harmonization of mycotoxin Monitoring and Quality Assurance strategies in a global context
Christine M. Gutschelhofer , r-Biopharm, Germany
Quality assurance aspects of mycotoxin testing
Joerg Stroka , EU-RL for Mycotoxins, European Commission-JRC-IRMM, Belgium
Monitoring analytical performance by Proficiency Tests - What does it offer beyond z-scoring?

Rainer Schuhmacher , IFA BOKU, Austria
Metabolomics by LC-MSn and HRMS:  state-of-the-art and future perspectives

Maria De Rosa , Carleton University, Canada
New aptamers for mycotoxins: applications and future trends

Veronica Lattanzio , CNR ISPA, Italy
Evaluating performances of screening immunoassay kits through single laboratory validation and collaborative study: The case of multiplex dipstick for Fusarium toxins in cereals
Sheryl Tittlemier, Canadian Grain Commission, Canada
Sampling challenges for mycotoxins in wheat

SESSION 8.  BIOAVAILABILITY AND EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT
Franz Berthiller, IFA BOKU, Austria

Bioavailability of masked mycotoxins
Paul Turner, University of Maryland, USA


Aflatoxin B1 chemoprevention strategies in countries with frequent exposure to mycotoxins
Sarah De Saeger, Ghent University, Belgium
Mycotoxin exposure: case studies Belgium and Cameroon
Michele Solfrizzo, CNR ISPA, Italy
Development and validation of biomarkers to assess multi-mycotoxin exposure and the efficacy of detoxification strategies  
Gordon Shephard, Medical Research Council, South Africa
Multi-toxin exposure assessment by a human pilot study in rural South Africa


SESSION 9.  MYCOTOXIN REDUCTION/DETOXIFICATION IN FOOD AND FEED
Giuseppina Avantaggiato
, CNR ISPA, Italy
Multi-mycotoxin adsorbent materials: efficacy assessment of commercial products and development of new feed additives to reduce mycotoxin contamination

Ting Zhou
, Guelph Food Research Centre, AAFC, Canada
Biological detoxification of deoxynivalenol
Michaela Thamhes
, Biomin, Austria
Catabolism of ergopeptines by Rhodococcus erythropolis MTHt3 enzymes ErgA and ErgB
Carlo Brera
, National Institute of Health (ISS), Italy
The effect of food processing on the fate of mycotoxins
Kristian Fog Nielsen
, Technical University of Denmark
Thermal degradation of fumonisins




FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013

SESSION 10. STRATEGIES FROM INDUSTRIES
Ronald Niemeijer
, r-Biopharm, Germany
Faites vos jeux, rien ne va plus
– The 2012 mycotoxin roulette
Nancy Zabe, Vicam, A Waters Business, USA
Mycotoxin control through mycotoxin testing in the field and laboratory
Claudio Campagna , Syngenta, Switzerland
Syngenta: delivering an integrated approach to minimize the mycotoxin issue
Maria Angeles Rodriguez , Olmix, France
Modifying materials at a nano scale to improve protection
Raymond Coker , Toximet Ltd, UK
The ToxiMet System for the accurate, simple, rapid, and affordable analysis of multiple mycotoxins
Ebru Ates, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Food Safety Response Center, USA
Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in cereals and animal feed using online sample preparation coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry

Didier Jans , FEFANA, Belgium
Mycotoxin reduction in animal diets (title tbc)

SESSION 11.  ROUND TABLE: GLOBAL NETWORKING ON MYCOTOXINS AND FOOD SAFETY
Yoshiko Sugita-Konishi
, Japanese Society of Mycotoxicology, Japan
Cosimo Lacirignola ,  Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari (MAIB), Italy
Harmen Hofstra , SAFE Consortium, Belgium
Yang Liu, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Altus Viljoe , African Mycotoxin Network, South Africa
Sofia Chulze , SLAM Latin-America, Argentina
Laura Mugnai , Mediterranean Phytopathology Union, Italy
Deepak Bhatnagar & Antonio Logrieco , International Society for Mycotoxicolgy (ISM), Italy

CLOSING SESSION




Franz Vestraete, European Commission, Directorate General for Health and Consumers
Perspectives of regulating mycotoxins in the European Union

Mari Eskola,
European Food Safety Authority, EFSA, Unit on Contaminants
EFSA CONTAM Panel’s risk assessments on mycotoxins


Angelo Visconti
, Nunzia Cito, Antonio Logrieco, National Research Council, Institute of Sciences of Food Production, Italy


 


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