This course aims to train young researchers on epidemiological issues related to emerging pests and pathogens, and on innovative management strategies in horticultural systems. It also aims to provide skills about the use of innovative and effective diagnostic systems.
The course is made up of three sections:
The purpose of the course is to familiarize trainees with the basic principles of LAMP as diagnostic tool and to train them on in-field DNA extraction methods and common instruments/reagents of a LAMP assay. The course will provide for trainees the basis for designing, performing and troubleshooting a LAMP assay, according to EPPO Standard PM 7/98.
Training about LAMP technology will be structured on two levels (Basic and Advanced) to address different training needs of participants.
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Registration deadline: May 31st, 2018.
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The “EMPHASIS’ Science with Farmers: call for early adopters” is an initiative in the frame of EU H2020 project EMPHASIS, it will give the opportunity to farmers and professionals working with them, all around Europe to learn about practical, innovative and experimental solutions developed by EMPHASIS.
September 18th - 21th 2018 / Parma, Italy
EFSA conference 2018 is constructed around the motto “contextualising risk assessment”. This means reflecting on the future of risk assessment in food safety while acknowledging the social and political context within which it operates.