Programme of the IUMS outreach programme on Food Safety (Bali, June 22-24, 2011)
Workshop organized in collaboartion with the Indonesian Society of Microbiology, the International Commission on Food Mycology (ICFM) and the International Committee on Food Microbiology and Hygiene (ICFHM) - Bali, 22 - 24 June 2011.
Venue: Faculty of Medicine Udayana University Campus. Jalan PB Sudirman, Denpasar, Bali, 80114 Indonesia
Wednesday June 22 2011
08.30-09.30: The opening ceremony of the fourth International seminar of the Indonesian Society of Microbiology and the International Union of Microbiological Societies Outreach Programme of Food safety
Dr Koesnandar Sastrowijono President of the Indonesian Society of Microbiology: Welcome
Prof Dr Robert A Samson (Secretary General of the IUMS): Introduction
09.30-10.00 Coffee break
Session on Foodsafety
10.00-10.40: Dr Ratih Dewanti (Indonesia): Introduction and food safety issues in South East Asia.
10.40-11.20: Prof Graham Fleet (ICFMH, Australia): The public health significance of yeasts in foods and Beverages
Session on Food viruses
11.20-12.00: Prof. Dr Albert Bosch (ICFMH, Spain): Food and waterborne enteric viruses.
13.30-14.10: Dr Leen Baert (ICFMH, Belgium): Method development for norovirus detection in foods
14.10-14.50: Prof. Dr Albert Bosch (ICFMH, Spain): Standardised molecular detection of enteric viruses in food and water.
14.50-15.30 Coffee & Tea break
15-30-16.10: Dr Leen Baert (ICFMH, Belgium): Stability of norovirus in the food chain
Session on Training in foodmicrobiology.
16.10-16.50 Prof Fusao Tomita (Japan): HACCP in small to medium size Food industry : a case study in Hakkaido
Thursday, June 23 2011.
08.30-09.10: Prof. Luca Cocolin (ICFMH, Italia): Prevalence, biodiversity and behavior of foodborne pathogens as determined by molecular methods
Session on Food preservations and Fermentations
09.10-09.50: Prof. Dr Graham Fleet (ICFMH, Australia): Managing cocoa bean fermentations for quality and safety.
09.50-10.20: Prof. Dr Johan Schnürer (Sweden): Antifungal lactic acid bacteria as biopreservatives
10.20-11.00: Coffee & Tea break
11.00- 11.40: Prof. Dr Luca Cocolin (ICFMH, Italia): Culture independent methods to assess the microbiota diversity and dynamics during food fermentations
11.40- 12.20: Prof. Dr Johan Schnürer ICFM, Sweden): Yeasts as biocontrol agents of moulds in cereal grains and fruits.
Session on Food mycology and mycotoxins Part 1:
13.30-14.00: Prof Dr Robert A. Samson (Vice chair ICFM, The Netherlands): Biodiversity of food borne fungi and the implication for mycotoxin production
14.00- 14.30: Jos Houbraken (ICFM The Netherlands).: Molecular diagnostics of food borne fungi
14.30 -15.00 Dr Emilia Rico (ICFM, USA): Spoilage Problems in Beverages: Methods, Challenges and Prevention
15.00-15.30 Coffee & Tea break
15.30-16.00. Jos Houbraken (ICFM The Netherlands): Methods for detection and isolation of food borne fungi
16.00-16.30. Dr Emilia Rico (ICFM, USA): Sanitation in food and beverage processing plants
Friday June 24
Session on Food mycology and mycotoxins Part 2:
08.30-09.00 Prof Endang Rahayu (Indonesia): Aflatoxin, occurrence, and integrated management control in Indonesia
09.00-09.30 Prof. Dr Ludwig Niessen (Chair ICFM, Germany): Loop‐mediated isothermal amplification of DNA as a promising new technology for the rapid diagnosis of fungal contaminants in food
09.30-10.00 Coffee & Tea break
10.00-10.20 Prof. Dr Ludwig Niessen (Chair ICFM, Germany): PCR‐based diagnosis and quantification of mycotoxin producing fungi
10.20-10.40 Dr Latiffa Zakaria (Malaysia): Mycotoxin from rice grain in Malaysia
10.40-11.00.Prof. Dr Warapa Mahakarnchanakul (Thailand): Significance of the occurrence of mycotoxins in food in Thailand