GHI aims is to bring together leading scientists, researchers and research scholars from academia and industry, decision makers from international organisations, and the public from across the globe to advance the conversation about the vital role of modern science in food legislation and regulation.
One of the major problems in food safety and security regulation is that many existing laws, rules and guidelines are originated from decades-old data and methods, several of which are not even relevant to human exposure. The rationale for organising the 1st GHI World Congress is to generate a platform to present and implement the most suitable assays for food safety and security assessment within all relevant fields — from chemistry and microbiology, to genetic toxicology and genomics — throughout entire processes, from farm to fork.
The outcomes of the Congress can pave the way toward more accurate detection of human risk to dietary components and thus, improve human health status.
Please contribute to this congress by submitting your abstract before 15 January 2019
Register soon as the regular registration fee is only available till 31 December 2018.
For more information visit the GHI World Congress website.