Filipe duarte santos

Filipe Duarte Santos FC-UL, Univ. Lisbon, PT
Climate change & global food production systems

Ana Gago Martinez

Ana Gago Martinez EURLMB & CINBIO, U. Vigo, ES
Climate change: implications for marine toxins

Paola Battilani

Paola Battilani IEPP, Univ. Sacre Coeur, IT
Climate change: modeling for mycotoxins

Monique de Nijs

Monique de Nijs RIKILT, Wageningen Univ., NL
Climate change: implications for plant toxins

Jana Hajšlová

Jana Hajšlová Univ. Chem. Technol., Prague, CZ
High throughput methods able to control multiple contaminant classes in a single run

Luísa Oliveira

Luísa Oliveira INSA, Lisbon, PT
PortFIR & PT.ON.DATA – Integration of portuguese data on chemical contaminants in food

Franz Ulberth

Franz Ulberth EC, Joint Research Centre, BE
Future challenges to the food safety system

Sarah De Saeger

Sarah De Saeger Dep. Bioanalysis, Univ. Ghent, BE
Emerging and masked mycotoxins

Duarte Torres

Duarte Torres FCNA, Univ Porto, PT
Food consumption as a contribution to chemical risk assessment

Isabel Castanheira

Isabel Castanheira INSA, Lisbon, PT
Arsenic and cadmium uptake by plant foods for human nutrition and mitigation strategies

Marianne Bol

Marianne Bol IRAS, Utrecht Univ., NL
Connection between mycotoxin contaminations and development of food allergy

Luís Abrunhosa

Luís Abrunhosa CEB, Univ. Minho, PT
Management and mitigation strategies for mycotoxins

Mari EsKola

Mari EsKola EFSA, IT
Climate change – how could it influence risk assessment of food contaminants

Ricardo Assunção

Ricardo Assunção INSA, Lisbon, PT
Aflatoxin exposure through food consumption - are we ready to face the risk associated to climate change?

Rui Gaspar

Rui Gaspar ISPA, Lisbon, PT
The polar bear in my plate: psychological distance and its association with consumers’ perception of climate change

Promoters

University of Minho - School of EngineeringCentro de Engenharia BiológicaInstituto Nacional de Saúde