FoodRisk.org is operated by Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN) in collaboration with the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition from US Food and Drug Administration (CFSAN/FDA) and the Food Safety and Inspection Services from US Department of Agriculture (FSIS/USDA).
The aim of FoodRisk.org is to assist professionals involved with the many aspects of risk analysis as it pertains to the safety of our food. On FoodRisk.org you will find unique datasets, tutorials, tools, and links to numerous sources of information.
Foodrisk.org Site Manager
Research Scientist and Manager, Risk Analysis Program
|Kyle McKillopIT Programmer Analyst, Webmasterkmckillo@umd.edu
|Paul GuevaraGraphic Designerpguevara@umd.edu|
The goals identified for Foodrisk.org to date include: consolidating risk analysis research data and methodology from public and proprietary sources, assisting coordination of research activities, identifying gaps in needed research, and assisting the development of food safety risk assessment models. While initial emphasis was on microbial pathogens and their toxins, this is being expanded to other chemicals and toxins.
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