Cancer and Mycotoxin

INAUG PRESS

organic agriculture

PARTNERSHIP/AGENCY  ON ORGANIC AGRICULTURE AND BIODEGRADABLES  IS NEEDED. CONTACT <sfoodfeedf@yahoo.com> immediately

WHAT BUHARI SHOULD DO

ADVICE TO BUHARI

1 PREPARE A SYLLABUS OF YOUR PROGRAMME, POWER AND OIL SECTOR REFORMS SHOULD BE NUMBER 1

NUMBER 2 IS UNEMPLOYMENT

NUMBER 3 IS CORRUPTION

WHEN ALL THESE ARE ADDRESSED THEN WE CAN SCORED HIM AND MAKE A CONCLUSION WHETHER HE PERFORMED OR FAILED

OBITUARY

DR MRS EDEMA , FORMER EDITOR OF MYCOTOXIN NEWSLETTER DIED  EARLY LAST MONTH. MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE. INFORMATION ON HER CAN BE GOT FROM THE PRESIDENT, MYCOTOXIN SOCIETY OF NIGERIA, DR NEGEDU

LECTURE

INAUGURAL LECTURE TO TOUCH ON FOOD SAFETY COMES UP AT BABCOCK UNIVERSITY  IN MAY 2015. BE THERE

FOOD SAFETY IN NIGERIA

FEDERAL  GOVT SET UP 2 COMMITTEES ON FOOD SAFETY IN JANUARY 2015. GREAT NEWS. KENYAN GOVT COMMITTED MILLIONS OF SHILLINGS TO FIGHTING AFLATOXIN. HOW ABOUT NIGERIA?

NOTE TO BUHARI

General BuhaRI SHOULD FOCUS ON CONTAMINANT FREE FOOD AND FEED, THIS WILL REDUCE COST OF MEDICATION. FOOD SAFETY ACTIVISTS ARE WATCHING HIS STEPS. HE SHOULD ALSO WATCH HIS ‘FRIEND’S’ IN PARTY. SOME  ARE PRACTISING CROOKS AND INTERCONTINENTAL FRAUDSTERS

Aflatoxin Management In Nigeria: Role of Policy & Feedback

Introduction

  • Policy formulation entails analysis and authorization. It has to be:
  • effective i.e. valid, efficient and implementable and acceptable i.e arrived at through majority- building, making it politically feasible ANALYSIS + AUTHORIZATION = FORMULATION Feedback= Feedback is a process in which information about the past or the present influences the same phenomenon in the present or future.Interest is on Qualitative measurement i .e how good, bad, indifferent

 

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2nd Annual Practical Short Course onFermentation and Separation for the Food & Drug Industries: Principle, Process, Recovery, and Product February 8-12, 2015

OBJECTIVES OF SHORT COURSE
 Provide practical training in the field of cell culture,
bioreactor operation, bioprocess paradigm, and
separation technology
 Increase understanding of the industrial food & drug
fermentation biotechnology through simulation,
sterilization technologies and clinical implications as
well as related research being done across different
countries, universities, and industries
 Review new technologies in the fermentation and
separation biotechnology industries and scale-up
bioreactor
 Establish network of academia and industry experts
LOCATION AND FACILITIES
All lectures will be held at TIPS (Texas A&M Institute
for Preclinical Studies) and NCTM (National Center
for Therapeutics Manufacturing) on the Texas A&M
University Campus.
ACCOMMODATIONS AND
TRANSPORTATION
Reservations for lodging should be made directly
by the attendee. A block of rooms has been reserved at
the College Station Hilton and Conference Center for
the short course participants at the special rate
of $115/night plus tax for single or double occupancy.
Ask for the rate specifically and mention the group
code “FERM15”. Hotel reservations must be received
before January 18, 2015 in order to get the
special rates. You can make your reservations by telephone,
fax, or internet. Check in time is 4:00 pm. Shuttle
service is provided from
Easterwood Airport to and from the Hilton Hotel.
Shuttle service can be arranged by calling the Hilton
(979) 693-7500.
Hilton College Station & Conference Center
801 University Dr. East, College Station, Texas 77840, USA
Tel: 979-693-7500
Fax: 979-260-1931
http://hiltoncs.com

 

REGISTRATION
Registration fee for the short course and pilot
plant demonstration is $1,495 if paid in full by January
18, 2015. After this date, registration fee is
$1,595. The registration fee for the short course includes
daily lunch, graduation lunch, refreshments at breaks, local
transportation, a short course e-manual, and certificate of
completion. A black & white paper manual/binder is available
for an additional $150 fee.
There is a 10% discount if three or more individuals
from the same organization register for the short course.
Academic discounts may be applicable if space is available.
Make checks payable to TEES (Texas A&M Engineering
Experiment Station) and mail to TEES Fiscal
Office, 3124 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-
3124. Or you may pay the fee by credit card (American
Express, Visa, or Master Card) online.
Registration fees are not refundable, but substitute personnel
may be sent by the same firm.
Mail the registration form and a copy of your check
to Marcy Bundick, Short Course Coordinator (See address
on registration application form). Space is limited;
therefore, applications will be accepted on a first-come,
first-serve basis.
Marcy Bundick
Short Course Coordinator
Food Protein R&D Center
Phone: (979) 845-2741
Fax: (979) 845-2744
Email: shortcourse@tamu.edu
Dr. YongJae Lee
Head, Separation Sciences Program
Food Protein R&D Center
Phone: (979) 845-2758
Fax: (979) 845-2744
Email: yongjaelee@tees.tamus.edu

 

INSTRUCTORS

Instructors:
Daniel H. Bar, Vice President/General Manager, Amerida,
Division of Eurodia Industrie
Elizabeth Brunyak, Technical Sales Specialist, Pall Life
Sciences
Donald F. Day, Professor, Audubon Sugar Institute, Louisiana
State University
Arum Han, Associate Professor, Director of NanoBio
Systems Lab, Texas A&M University
Joan R. Hernandez, Technical Lab Coordinator, NCTM,
Texas A&M University
Loe Hubbard, Global Applications Manager, Pall Life Sciences
Osama O. Ibrahim, Consultant Biotechnology, Bio Innovation
Matthew Johnson, Technical Laboratory Coordinator,
NCTM, Texas A&M University
Jiyoung Lee, Marketing Manager, BioProcess, GE
Healthcare
YongJae Lee, Head of Separation Sciences Program,
Food Protein R&D Center, Texas A&M University
Ken Mabery, Manager – Western US, Pall Life Sciences
Kevin Marino, Manager – Eastern US, Pall Life Sciences
Dharti Pancholi, Senior Process Engineer, P&F Engineering
NNE Pharmaplan
Michael V. Pishko, Professor, Biomedical Engineering,
Texas A&M University; Director of the NCTM (National
Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing)
J. Stefan Rokem, Associate Professor, Department of
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Hebrew University—
Hadassah Medical School
Byron Sample, Field Application Scientist, BioProcess,
GE Healthcare
Christiane Waldron, Senior Engineering Manager,
Kaneka North America LLC
2nd Annual Practical Short Course on
Organized by the
Separation Science Program
Food Protein Research & Development Center
The Texas A&M University System
College Station, Texas 77843-2476 U.S.A.
In Cooperation with
National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing
Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station
The Texas A&M University System
College Station, Texas 77843-4482 U.S.A.
Fermentation and Separation for the
Food & Drug Industries:
Principle, Process, Recovery, and Product
February 8-12, 2015
REGISTRATION
Registration fee for the short course and pilot
plant demonstration is $1,495 if paid in full by January
18, 2015. After this date, registration fee is
$1,595. The registration fee for the short course includes
daily lunch, graduation lunch, refreshments at breaks, local
transportation, a short course e-manual, and certificate of
completion. A black & white paper manual/binder is available
for an additional $150 fee.
There is a 10% discount if three or more individuals
from the same organization register for the short course.
Academic discounts may be applicable if space is available.
Make checks payable to TEES (Texas A&M Engineering
Experiment Station) and mail to TEES Fiscal
Office, 3124 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-
3124. Or you may pay the fee by credit card (American
Express, Visa, or Master Card) online.
Registration fees are not refundable, but substitute personnel
may be sent by the same firm.
Mail the registration form and a copy of your check
to Marcy Bundick, Short Course Coordinator (See address
on registration application form). Space is limited;
therefore, applications will be accepted on a first-come,
first-serve basis.
Marcy Bundick
Short Course Coordinator
Food Protein R&D Center
Phone: (979) 845-2741
Fax: (979) 845-2744
Email: shortcourse@tamu.edu
Dr. YongJae Lee
Head, Separation Sciences Program
Food Protein R&D Center
Phone: (979) 845-2758
Fax: (979) 845-2744
Email: yongjaelee@tees.tamus.edu