Image 1The 6th IUMS Outreach Programme was an event organized by Ithe nternational Union of Microbiological Societies collaborating with The Center for Food and Nutrition Studies Universitas Gadjah Mada to raise awareness of Food Safety in Indonesia. This program facilitate microbiologist to increase their capabilities especially on Food Safety. By joining this program, It was expected that attendees could expand their knowledge and contribute on food safety issues especially in Indonesia and surrounding Asian countries.

February, 20th-21st 2020. Place: Bulaksumur Hall, University Club, Universitas Gadjah Mada.


Thursday February 20 2020

07.30 – 08.00  Registration

 08.00 - 08.05  Opening

 08.05 - 08.15  Welcoming Dance

 08.15 - 08.20  Welcome Remarks from Dr. Iman Rusmana as President of PERMI

 08.20 - 08.25  Welcome Remarks from Dr. Tyas Utami as Head of Event

 08.25 – 08.30  Welcome Remarks from Prof. Dr. Ir. Endang S Rahayu, MS as Chairman of Centre for Food and Nutrition Studies

 08.30 – 08.35  Welcome Remarks from Prof. Dr. Dr. Robert A. Samson as IUMS Representative 

Plenary Lecture 1: Food Safety

 08.35 – 09.00  Dr. Angel Medina Vaya - Climate Change and Mycotoxins: Implications for Food Safety (UK)

 09.00 – 09.25  Dr. Antonio Logrieco - MycoKey: A Success Story for Minimizing Mycotoxins Along Chains (Italy)

 09.25 – 09.50  Prof. Dr. Dr. Robert A. Samson - Mycotoxins and Food Fermentation (Netherlands)

 09.50 – 10.15  Dr. Ir. Roy Sparringa - Food Safety Management in Indonesia (Indonesia)

 10.15 – 10.30  Coffee Break and Poster Session 

Plenary Lecture 2: Foodborne Fungi: Risks, Control, and Opportunities

 10.30 – 10.50  Dr. Celine Meerpoel - Mytox-South: Global Partnership for Mycotoxin Mitigation and Capacity Building (Belgium)

 10.50 – 11.10  Dr. Shohei Sakuda - Chemical Biology of Aflatoxin Production Inhibitors (Japan)

 11.10 – 11.30  Dr. Warapa Mahakarnchanakul (Thailand)  – to be announced

 11.30 – 11.50  Prof. Dr. Ir. Endang S. Rahayu - Mycotoxins: Regulation and Risk Management in Indonesia (Indonesia)

 11.50 – 12.10  Prof. Dr. Ir. S Joni Munarso - Recent Advances in Reducing Microbial and Mycotoxins Contamination in Fresh Produces of Indonesia (Indonesia)

 12.20-13.10 Lunch Break

Plenary Lecture 3: Methods and Approach in Food Safety

 13.10 – 13.30  Prof. Dr. Vasilis Valdramidis - A Systematic Approach to Model (Myco-)toxin Production of Common Microbial Contaminants (Malta)

 13.30 – 13.50  Dr. Francisco B. Elegado - Development of a DNA-based Nanobiosensor System for Rapid and Accurate Detection of Food, Feed, and Water-borne Pathogens (Philippines)

 13.50 – 14.10  Prof. Dr. Naresh Magan - Minimisation Strategies for Control of Toxins Using Natural Compounds for Improving Food Safety (UK) 

Plenary Lecture 4: Foodborne Fungi: Risks, Control, and Opportunities II

 14.10 – 14.30  Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Coton - Mycotoxin Migration in Moldy Foods: 2 Case Studies (France)

 14.30 – 14.50  Prof. Dr. Jens C. Frisvad - The Most Important Mycotoxins in Warm Climates (Denmark)

 14.50 – 15.10  Prof. Dr. Okky S. Dharmaputra - Mycotoxins in Indonesia Food (Indonesia)

 15.10 – 15.30  Dr. Latiffah Zakaria - Black Aspergillus from Various Substrates and Indoor Environment in Malaysia and Ochratoxin a Production (Malaysia)

 15.30 – 15.50  Dr. Ignatius Srianta - Development of Monascus-fermented Products and Its Safety Aspect (Indonesia)

 15.50 – 16.05  Coffee Break and Poster Session 

Plenary Lecture 5: Food Safety II

 16.05 – 16.25  Prof. Dr. Ratih Dewanti-Hariyadi - Challenges in Food Safety:  Sustainability Factors (Indonesia)

 16.25 – 16.45  Dr. I Nengah Sujaya - Microbial Safety Aspect of Balinese Traditional Fermented Foods (Indonesia)

 16.45 – 17.05  Dr. Yoyok Budi Pramono - Development of Scoring Methods on the Application of HACCP and GMP in The Micro, Small, and Medium Food Industries in Indonesia to Maintain Food Safety (Indonesia) 

17.05 – 17.25  Dr. Erryana Martati - Safety Assessment of Plant-based Food Supplement (Indonesia)

 17.25 – 20.00  Dinner 

 Friday February 21 2020

07.30 - 08.00  Registration 

Parallel Session

 08.00 - 10.00  Room 1    

Indun Dewi Pupita - Growth rate, Histamine Production, and Biofilm Formation of Histamine-producing Bacteria Isolated from Skipjack Tuna  

 Isti Handayani - Inhibition of Escherichia coli FNCC 0097 by Lactobacillus plantarum Mut 7 FNCC 250 in Probiotic Okara Drinks During Storage   

Thanapoom Maneeboon - Potential of Patulin Production of Heat Resistant Mold (HRM) from Plantation Soils in Thailand   

Devita Safitri - Influence of Giving Extract and Basil Leaf Powder (Ocimum basilicum) to Decrease in Cholesterol Levels in Squid (Loligo sp.) and Vaname Shrimp (Litepenaeus vannamei)   

MMA Retno Rosariastuti - Rice Absorption of Lead (Pb) in Remediation of Land Contaminated by Lead (Pb) Using Agent Bioremediation and Inorganic Fertilizers   

Karseno - Antimicrobial Activity of Coconut Shell and Fiber and its Potential to be Used as Natural Preservatives for Coconut Sap    

Osfar Sjofjan - Effect of Red Ginger (Zingiber Officinale Var. Rubrum) as Feed Additive on Hybrid Duck Performance and Intestinal Microflora    Industry Presentation    

Room 2    

Utami Sri Hastuti - Contaminant Mold Identification and Aflatoxin Analysis in Damaged Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.)    

Deli Lilia - Mycotoxins Exploration and Ochratoxin Quantity in Coffee Beans during the Drying Process using the LC-MS method in South Sumatra    

Slamet Fauzi - Hot Water Treatment as Effort to Inhibits the Anthracnose Disease and Maintain the Quality of Situbondo Mango Fruit    

Retno Tri Astuti - Screening, Isolation and Identification of Potential Bacteria Producing Cold-Adapted Lipase from Fish Cold Storage    

Adi Saputrayadi - Ratio the Addition of Soursop Fruit Extracts to Several Components of The Quality Sweet Corn Milk Yoghurt   

Rahmawi Annis Setiawati - Effect of Activated Carbon Adsorbent from Variations of Raw Material to Acid and Peroxide Number of Waste Cooking Oil    

Diatari Agustini - Safety of Functional Drink Green Coffee and Gambir Based on Microbe Test    

Ria Badriyah – to be announced

10.00 - 10.15  Coffee Break and Poster Session 

Parallel Session

 10.15 - 11.30 

Room 1    Nur Ahmad Rudin    Yeyen Prestyaning Wanita    Erwin    Gen Deardi I    

Room 2    Trimawartinah    Nyoman Semadi Antara    Adhi Satriyatama

11.30 – 13.30  Lunch Break 

Plenary Lecture 6: Foodborne Fungi: Risks, Control, and Opportunities

 13.30 – 13.50  Dr. Angel Medina Vaya - Non-invasive Methods for Detecting Spoilage Microorganisms in Fruits and Vegetables (UK)

 13.50 – 14.10  Prof. Dr. Naresh Magan - Microbiota from Fermented Foods: Potential for Control of Toxigenic Moulds (UK)

 14.10 – 14.30  Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Coton - In Vitro Toxicological Evaluation of Mycotoxins: Getting Closer to Reality (France)

 14.30 – 14.50  Prof. Dr. Jens C. Frisvad - New Potentially Important Co-occurring or Emerging Mycotoxins (Denmark)

 14.50 – 15.05  Coffee Break and Poster Session 

Plenary Lecture 7: Quantitative Microbiology

 15.05 – 15.25  Dr. Antonio Logrieco - New Data on Multi-toxins and Toxigenic Fungi Complex in Herbs and Spices Worldwide (Italy)

 15.25 – 15.45  Prof. Dr. Vasilis Valdramidis - Principles of Predictive Modelling in Food Mycology and Beyond (Malta)

 15.45 – 16.05  Dr. Celine Meerpoel - Overview of the current analytical techniques for the determination of mycotoxins and methodologies for health risk assessment (Belgium)

 16.05 – 16.25  Dr. Widiastuti Setyaningsih - Analytical Extraction Methods for Mycotoxins in Foods (Indonesia)

 16.25 – 16.45  Prof. Dr. Naresh Magan – MyToolBox: Smart Strategies for Effective Mycotoxin Management in Staple Food Chains (UK)

 16.45 – 16.50  CLOSING 



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