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About Us
York College, a senior college within the City University of New York, located in Southeast Queens is the only CUNY campus to have a regional office of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on its fifty-acre campus. This presents unique opportunities to the College and University community for research, knowledge, and teaching exchanges.
High-Throughput Methods For Detecting Foodborne Pathogens
The program features laboratory sessions held each afternoon in FDA’s state of the art Northeast Regional Laboratory. The morning sessions feature presentations, which are designed to give an overview of the regulatory and scientific challenges to detecting food borne pathogens.
Kelsey Award Poster Competition in Regulatory Sciences
Frances Kelsey, Thalidomide and Regulation of Safety of Drugs by the FDA, Posters are due by 5 pm on Friday, October 22, 2010.
Microbiological Contamination of Foods: Rapid Detection
A professional workshop sponsored by York College, the City University of New York in collaboration with US FDA Northeast Regional Laboratory.
Regulation of Pharmaceuticals: A Global Perspective
THIS CONFERENCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED. PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR FUTURE CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS.
Form Folder Troff document Request Information
Request information on the programs and opportunities available from the FDA Collaboration.
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Regulation of Pharmaceuticals: A Global Perspective Speakers
York College Continuing Education and the FDA recently held the 8th Annual Professional Development Workshop for Food and Pharmaceutical Professionals
This year's topic was High-Throughput Methods of Detecting Foodborne Pathogens. Thirty-three scientists from eight countries--Thailand, Vietnam, Mexico, Nigeria, Germany, Canada, China and the U.S.--met to discuss rapid methods of detecting pathogens such as salmonella and eColi in food.
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