Students from Nanjing Agricultural University (NAU) learned about opportunities in research and educational programs at UC Davis during recent visit to Davis.
WIFSS delivered a 4-hour One-Health track at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine Center for Continuing Professional Education Winter Conference.
WIFSS visits Nanjiing Agricultural University to discuss food safety and joint research projects of mutual interest.
Rob Atwill and Christopher Kilonzo take a One Health approach when studying the pathogens responsible for numerous foodborne outbreaks that have resulted in illness, death and considerable economic losses.
Once a community of Salmonella cells has been given the opportunity to become established on a surface, the number of cells will increase over time and you’ll be hard pressed to eliminate or kill all the cells of a mature biofilm.
Protecting our food supply is more challenging than ever before. David Goldenberg from the UC Davis, Western Institute for Food Safety and Security will be at the helm of the U. S. Department of Homeland Security day-long course being held in Clovis.
The wildlife in our gardens and produce fields harbor the potential to carry pathogens and cause illness through ingestion of contaminated fresh produce. How significant is this food safety risk? How significant is this food safety risk?
It’s not too late to add food safety to your New Year’s Resolutions. You can help fight foodborne illness in 2014 by following the four basic messages of safe food preparation: clean, separate, cook and chill. Read about the four simple steps to a healthier and safer new year in the USDA Ask Karen Blog.
New FSMA rule requires the largest food business in the U.S. and abroad to take steps to prevent facilities from being the target of intentional attempts to contaminate the food supply.
Dr. Michael Payne, veterinarian and livestock pharmacologist at the Western Institute for Food Safety and Security, UC Davis, says the FDA’s phasing out of certain antibiotic use in food animals is a win-win-win for consumers, regulators and the livestock industries.