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Salmonella Resource Centre

Welcome to the Salmonella Resource Centre hosted by the Irish Microbial Risk Assessment Network. Here you will find all the latest information, news and upcoming events on salmonella. The resource is divided into several sections as outlined below:

 

Scientific publications

Gonzales-Barron, U., Redmond, G., and Butler, F. (2010). A risk characterization model of Salmonella Typhimurium in Irish fresh pork sausages. Food Research International, Special Issue Salmonella in Foods. In press.

Gonzales-Barron, U., Redmond, G., and Butler, F. (2010). A consumer-phase exposure assessment of Salmonella Typhimurium from Irish fresh pork sausages: I. Transport and refrigeration modules. Food Control. In press.

Gonzales-Barron, U., Redmond, G., and Butler, F. (2010). Modeling prevalence and counts from most probable number in a Bayesian framework: An application to Salmonella Typhimurium in fresh pork sausages. Journal of Food Protection. In press.

General information on Salmonella

WHO Risk assessments of Salmonella in eggs and broiler chickens, MRA Series 1 & 2

The US Food and Drug Administration Bad Bug Book

 

 

Salmonella Events

Safefood Campylobacter, VTEC, Salmonella and Listeria Networks Conference
May 1-2nd 2012, Belfast, Northern Ireland

This safefood Knowledge Networks Conference is a two-day event which will focus on the four foodborne bacterial networks (Campylobacter, Salmonella, Verocytotoxigenic Escherichia coli and Listeria). The conference will bring together stakeholders and researchers working on foodborne bacterial pathogens on the island of Ireland, thus fostering collaboration. As well as plenary sessions covering topics relevant to all pathogens, there will be parallel sessions on each of the four individual pathogen networks on the afternoon of Day 1 of the conference.

 

International Conference: Salmonella in Pork Production 6th October 2011, Dublin, Ireland

 

 



 

 

This project is funded by the Irish Government under the National Development Plan 2000 – 2006 Food Institutional Research Measure (FIRM)
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