Explore the latest developments in risk assessments for pesticide residues in food and determining maximum residue limits (MRL), learn about the latest regulatory updates and more at the 21st annual Akademie Fresenius Food Safety and Dietary Risk Assessment Conference being held in Mainz, Germany and online, April 19-20, 2023.
Don't miss Exponent's Chemical Regulation & Food Safety Corporate Vice President, Director of U.K. Offices and Principal Scientist Caroline Harris, Ph.D., CChem, FRSC, who will provide a welcoming address on each day of the event as one of the conference chairs.
WEDNESDAY & tHURSDAY, APRIL 19-20 | 9:30 A.M. (cest)
Join Exponent's Dr. Harris for her opening addresses at this year's Akademie Fresenius Food Safety and Dietary Risk Assessment Conference.
Dr. Harris has been a leader in developing dietary risk assessment guidelines in the U.K. and EU and is a highly sought-after, internationally renowned expert and speaker in the areas of pesticides, consumer risk assessments, MRLs, and related subjects.
Successful application for MRLs and ITs requires both technical knowledge and an understanding of the specific regulatory needs of importing countries.
Attend the Akademie Fresenius Food Safety and Dietary Risk Assessment Conference in Mainz, Germany or virtually to learn about the latest developments in dietary risk assessments in the EU and beyond. Presentation highlights include setting MRLs in relation to worldwide environmental concerns, dietary risk assessment developments in the U.K. and Japan, an update on the European Food Safety Authority's cumulative risk assessment of pesticides, and more.
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