Lecture: Bacteriophages to Detect Foodborne Pathogens
Health Sciences College - represented by Community Services Unit - Health Informatics Department is pleased to invite you to attent a lecture on: Bacteriophages to Detect Foodborne Pathogens.
Presented by Mrs. Nada A. Alasiri, Senior Microbiologist Researcher (Bacteriophages Research) | Foodborne Pathogens Control and Prevention Expert and Former research assistant at Canadian Research Institute for Food Safety (CRIFS).
Meeting Moderator: Dr. Khaled Ouanes, A faculty member in the health informatics department, College of Health Sciences.
On Sunday, December 5th, 2021, from 12:00 until 1:00 PM.
The session will discuss the following issues:
- Introduction about Food-Borne Illnesses and AMR.
- Bacteriophage overview (Characteristics| Life Cycle | History).
- Bacteriophages Usage Applications.
- Bacteriophage based detection methods of Food-borne pathogens.
- Criteria of Using Bacteriophage in Food Applications.
- Our Research at Canadian Research Institute for Food Safety (CRIFS) of Isolation | Characterization | Detection of Shiga Toxin Producing E.coli in ground meat using Immobilized Bacteriophages.
- The invitation for students and those who are interested.
- This lecture will be delivered virtually via (Blackboard), to attend HERE.