There is still time to end the year on a high note
A new year is just around the corner. But there is still time to make a difference at Ohio State before 2022 ends. If making a gift to CFAES is on your to-do list before the year ends, we want to make sure you benefit from your giving as well. We ...
Enroll in FDSCTE 7727 Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Food Safety, Current Topics in Food Safety Course
Reflection Across 22 Years of Experience in the Largest Food Manufacturing Company” to “Risk Ranking of ...
environmental risk factors contributing to foodborne illness through retrospective data analysis such as ... conduct retrospective data analysis that would help evaluate the relationship between Ohio Certified Food ... through the collection of research data from patients who have had stool samples tested at NCH, the further ...
Student Organization 101
advisors. In order to maintain communication between club members, advisors, and the Student Activities ...
this role, she provides technical support for the microbiological testing being conducted in multiple ...
IAFP 2022- International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting
McGovern (Coauthor) Estimating Maternal Fumonisin Exposure Level and Risk of Neural Tube Defects during ... Public-Private Data Sharing: A New Opportunity for Risk-Based Decision Making in Food Safety- Barb Kowalcyk ... (Interactive Event) Detection of Gastrointestinal Pathogens in Stool Samples Using a Rapid Multiplex PCR Test ...
FIT Test Information and Respirator Requirements
Respiratory Protection During the COVID-19 Pandemic Find a Fit Test Location HERE! Online ... Respirator Medical Evaluation Fit Testing Procedure Respirator Recordkeeping Respiratory Protection Guide ...
Who in the world is the Alumni Society Board?
as a resource for all relations between college alumni and The Ohio State University Alumni ...
Wooster Science Cafe: The Science of Invasive Pests
provide a forum in the Wooster community for dialog between the public and scientists about contemporary ...
National Food Safety Education Month: Food Temperature Control
Typically, the danger zone for bacterial growth occurs between 40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, ... recommends the following major steps to help minimize risk: Keep cold foods cold and refrigerate food as ...