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Theme 1 - Deliberate contamination of food

Poster Number: First Name: Surname: Abstract book ref. no: Paper Title: Poster Session:
1 Diliara Akhatova 18 Fish species identification by PCR using parvalbumin gene
as a platform
Tuesday 29th May
2 Marco Arlorio 133 NMR and MIR-ATR approaches to assess the integrity of
saffron: a FI WP18’s case study
Tuesday 29th May
3 Frantisek Benes 54 Authentication of CBD oil by using convergence chromatography coupled with high resolution mass
spectrometry (SFC-HRMS)
Tuesday 29th May
4 Nicholas Birse 66 The application of ambient mass spectrometry to rapidly determine production systems used in poultry production Tuesday 29th May
5 Connor Black 29 Real time identification of the adulteration of processed meat using rapid evaporative ionisation mass spectrometry Tuesday 29th May
6 Connor Black 127 Tackling fraud in fish global supply chains using rapid evaporative ionisation mass spectrometry (REIMS) Tuesday 29th May
7 Stephanie Brooks 115 The Use of Blockchain Technology and DNA to Assure
Origin in the UK Pig Sector
Tuesday 29th May
8 Francis Butler 135 A decision framework for using analytical testing for food
fraud reduction
Tuesday 29th May
9 Andrew Cannavan 179 Rapid isotope analysis of non-exchangeable hydrogen in sugar molecules derivatised with MBTFA, using GC- chromium/high-temperature-conversion-IRMS Tuesday 29th May
10 Andrew Cannavan 131 Rapid screening techniques for extra virgin olive oil
authentication
Tuesday 29th May
11 Daniele Cavanna 3 New chemical markers for the assessment of egg products
freshness
Tuesday 29th May
12 Olivier Chevallier 28 Tackling shrimp fraud with Mass Spectrometry Tuesday 29th May
13 Emiliano De Dominicis 146 If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. Tuesday 29th May
14 Susanne Esslinger 71 Authentication of edible oils using non-targeted
spectroscopic fingerprinting techniques – Comparison of
measuring instruments
Tuesday 29th May
15 Derek Findleton 149 Rapid on-site real-time PCR based test systems for fish
species identification.
Tuesday 29th May
16 Terry Fodey 263 THE REQUIREMENT FOR HYDROLYSIS IN THE ANALYSIS OF FLORFENICOL RESIDUES IN MILK:  DETERMINATION OF TOTAL FLORFENICOL RESIDUE CONTENT IN MILK USING AN MRM3 UPLC-MS/MS METHOD Tuesday 29th May
17 Michaela Fox 23 Fraud Vulnerability Assessment of the UK Seafood Supply
Chain
Tuesday 29th May
18 Keith Harrison 256 European programme for the establishment of validated
procedures to detect and identify biological toxins (EuroBioTox)
Tuesday 29th May
19 Simon Haughey 10 Rapid Detection of Herb and Spice Adulteration Tuesday 29th May
20 Anna Holderbaum 177 Metabolite Profiles of Emerging Anabolic Agents in Sport
and Food Producing Animals
Tuesday 29th May
21 Jiri Hricko 55 UHPLC-HRMS/MS metabolomics approach to differentiate
Cannabis sativa varieties
Tuesday 29th May
22 Ningjing Liu 80 A direct link between organic milk and feed - from grass to
glass
Tuesday 29th May
23 Matthew McGoldrick 62 Development of Immunosensor Technology for Nut
Allergen Detection as a Food Surveillance Tool
Tuesday 29th May
24 Terry McGrath 67 Leaving the laboratory behind: Rapid in-field food
authenticity screening using handheld spectroscopy
Tuesday 29th May
25 Linda Monaci 168 UNTARGETED LC-HR-MS APPROACH: A KEY STUDY OF WP18 APPLIED TO DISCRIMINATE SALMON SALAR
GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN
Tuesday 29th May
26 Michela Montorsi 100 Food authentication by DNA based methods: a document
classificator of the literature database
Tuesday 29th May
27 Michela Montorsi 129 PCR based analyses for safety and quality assessment in the production processes of complex foods Tuesday 29th May
28 Amanda Naaum 257 DNA authentication of shrimp products Tuesday 29th May
29 Jordi Nelis 65 Biosensors into the limelight: Towards a user-friendly
interface with The Bio End user Sensor Tree
Tuesday 29th May
30 Philana Nolan 37 Multiplex analysis of mycotoxins using Mass Sensitive
Micro-Array Technology
Tuesday 29th May
31 Marzia Pezzolato 156 High pressure vs low pressure MSM: a standardized
microscopical approach to prevent food fraud
Tuesday 29th May
32 John Points 125 Food Fraud: Risk-Ranking of Raw Materials using Data
Mining
Tuesday 29th May
33 John Points 126 The Epidemiology of a Food Scare: Lessons from Fipronil Tuesday 29th May
34 Kelsey Robson 145 Identified food integrity fraud in the beef industry (1997-
2017)
Tuesday 29th May
35 Ashley Sage 245 Sensitive and Specific Allergen Screening Analysis Using LC-
MS/MS
Tuesday 29th May
36 Ashley Sage 244 A Selective LC-MS/MS Method for Multiple Meat Speciation and Authenticity Detection in One Injection Tuesday 29th May
37 Michelle Spence 151 Factors influencing consumer intentions to purchase
traceable minced beef and beef steak
Tuesday 29th May
38 Michelle Spence 208 Exploring Chinese consumers’ perceptions of food fraud
and traceability within the EU FOODINTEGRITY PROJECT
Tuesday 29th May
39 John Spink 45 Food Fraud Prevention: Harmonized Terminology and
Public-Policy Development Research
Tuesday 29th May
40 Lidija Strojnik 242 Authentication of apple and strawberry aroma compounds
using stable isotope approach
Tuesday 29th May
41 Raymond Sucgang 197 Carbon Isotope Abundances in the Authentication of Vinegar and Detection of Synthetic Acetic Acid
Adulteration
Tuesday 29th May
42 Catherine
Komugisha
Tindiwensi 214 Drivers of (Un)ethical Behaviour in Agricultural Value
Chains: Evidence from Uganda
Tuesday 29th May
43 Mario Tuthorn 78 Isotope Fingerprints: Origin of Tequila with GC Coupled
with Isotope Ratio MS
Tuesday 29th May
44 Mario Tuthorn 77 Isotope Fingerprints: Authentication of Honey by LC
Coupled with Isotope Ratio MS
Tuesday 29th May
45 Leos Uttl 52 Can metabolomics enable wine authentication according to the grape varieties used for production? Tuesday 29th May
46 Philippe Vermeulen 21 The Food Authenticity Research Network (FARNHub) for sharing and accessing information on food authenticity
activities
Tuesday 29th May
47 Zhanhui Wang 106 Hapten synthesis and production of a monoclonal antibody
for ribavirin
Tuesday 29th May
48 Mark Whatton 102 Innovative multiplex organic photonic sensor for plasmonic-
based detection of contaminants in milk: the MOLOKO project
Tuesday 29th May
49 Ryszard Wierzchnicki 255 STUDY OF STABLE ISOTOPES AND TRACE ELEMENTS COMPOSITIONOF POLISH DAIRY PRODUCTS Tuesday 29th May
50 Amelie Wilde 238 Facing ongoing challenges in the vanilla flavor
authentication by improved isotopic ratio analysis
Tuesday 29th May
51 Yuzheng Yang 79 Fraud vulnerability assessment in the Dutch milk supply
chain
Tuesday 29th May
52 Dong Yinping 153 Laboratory-based characterization and traceability of an
outbreak of necrotising enterocolitis in China
Tuesday 29th May
53 Kamila Zdenkova 20 Verification of presence of inhibitory effect in qPCR in DNA
analysis
Tuesday 29th May
54 Kamila Zdenkova 19 Use of DNA analysis for the study of meat food fraud in the
Czech Republic
Tuesday 29th May
55 Qiding Zhong 152 Targeted and Nontargeted Chinese Baijiu Analysis by 1H
NMRSpectroscopy Combined with Multivariate Statistical Analysis.
Tuesday 29th May
56 Qiding Zhong 150 Application of stable carbon isotope ratio analysis to detect
edible alcohol in Chinese Baijiu
Tuesday 29th May

Theme 2 - The threat from pathogens to the food system

Poster Number: First Name: Surname: Abstract book ref. no. Paper Title: Poster Session:
57 Diliara Akhatova 16 Analysis of noroviruses in food and water by PCR with
fluorescence detection
Tuesday 29th May
58 Paula Bourke 252 Atmospheric Cold Plasma for degradation of antibiotic
contaminants: Transformation products and their residual antibacterial affects
Tuesday 29th May
59 Ciaran Carlin 48 Early detection of plant diseases using Remote Sensing Tuesday 29th May
60 Kennedy Chah 216 Antimicrobial resistance among bacterial agents from food animals in a developing country: the Nigerian experience Tuesday 29th May
61 Seong Ying Choi 59 Isothermal amplification of nucleic acids for rapid and multiplexed detection of antibiotic-resistance in
Campylobacter jejuni
Tuesday 29th May
62 Katerina Demnerová 14 Limits of enumeration using EMA/PMA-qPCR Tuesday 29th May
63 Katerina Demnerová 15 Multi-species biofilms of significant bacterial pathogens Tuesday 29th May
64 Amanda Eakin 243 Review of rapid diagnostics for antibiotic residue analysis Tuesday 29th May
65 Sonigitu Asibong Ekpe 240 Meat Handling in Abattoirs in Cross River: A Major Health
Risk. What Data Exit ?
Tuesday 29th May
66 Doan Duy Le Nguyen 119 Proteolytic and Lipolytic Activities of Pseudomonas spp. Isolated From Raw Milk in Mekong Delta, Vietnam Tuesday 29th May
67 Simona Lencová 11 DNA analysis of micromycetes producing patulin and
ochratoxin A in food
Tuesday 29th May
68 Nicholas Nduti 205 Weissella Cibaria NN20 Isolates Sequesters Afb1 Invitro,
Ferment Milk with GoodViscosity  as yogurt
Tuesday 29th May
69 Elizabeth Redmond 259 Consumer attitudes towards food-safety in the home 1997-
2017: a comparative analysis
Tuesday 29th May
70 Fiona Roberts 235 Implementing an antibiotic reduction policy across the
global broiler supply chain of a UK retailer
Tuesday 29th May
71 Edel Stone 247 Nanodiagnostics for Detection of Foodborne Pathogens
using Phage-Derived Proteins
Tuesday 29th May
72 Hamdi Taha Mossadak 165 Study of the evolution of the superficial contamination of broiler carcasses in refrigerated state Tuesday 29th May
73 Katerina Theodoridou 42 Antibacterial and anti-virulence efficiency of a commercial antimicrobial against Escherichia coli O157:H7 Tuesday 29th May
74 Wilfred Abia 224 Correlating urinary mycotoxin concentrations with dietary
intake
Tuesday 29th May

Theme 3 - Human exposure to chemical cocktails present in foods

Poster Number: First Name: Surname: Abstract book ref. no: Paper Title: Poster Session:
75 Mazia Amber 148 In vitro endocrine disrupting effect of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) on the estrogen receptor (ER). Wednesday 30th May
76 Abdullah Binsalom 60 Detection of organophosphate pesticides using a Planar
Waveguide immunosensor
Wednesday 30th May
77 Elisabetta Caprai 138 PRESENCE OF PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS IN TEAS AND HERBAL INFUSIONS: PRELIMINARY MONITORING AND
RISK CHARACTERIZATION
Wednesday 30th May
78 Manus Carey 40 Variation in elemental nutrient composition of grains, cereals and food plants using rapid X-ray fluorescence. Wednesday 30th May
79 Jane Chah 209 Production of chemical-free crops: Organic Fertilizer Use among Garden Egg Farmers in Enugu State, Nigeria Wednesday 30th May
80 Martin Danaher 261 Development and vailidation of an LC-MS/MS method for the determination of six nitrofuran residues as their tissue bound metabolites in animal tissue Wednesday 30th May
81 Muhammad Daud 134 Effects of endocrine disruptors on estrogen signaling in
zebrafish larvae.
Wednesday 30th May
82 Lorenzo De Colli 154 Simultaneous determination of 42 mycotoxins in oats: a high-throughput UHPLC-MS/MS analytical method Wednesday 30th May
83 Lorenzo De Colli 155 Mycotoxins in Irish oat - a three year national survey Wednesday 30th May
84 Ellen De Paepe 114 Analysis of the Chemical Safety of Insect Consumption as Alternative for the Increasing Food Requirements Wednesday 30th May
85 Zbynek Dzuman 51 Occurrence of multiple contaminants in large sets of tea
and coffee samples
Wednesday 30th May
86 Lynsey Finlay 236 Designing a roadmap for mycotoxin prevention in food
and feed.
Wednesday 30th May
87 Terry Fodey 159 The role of environmental contamination in the production of veterinary drug residue non-compliant animals Wednesday 30th May
88 Terry Fodey 160 The potential of an untreated cow presenting non-
compliant florfenicol residues in milk
Wednesday 30th May
89 Brett Greer 50 Human exposure to cyanotoxins: Exploring their in vitro detoxification using atmospheric cold plasma treatment Wednesday 30th May
90 Emma Harper 239 The endocrine disrupting potential of Bisphenol-A and its structural analogues using glucocorticoid and
progesterone receptors.
Wednesday 30th May
91 Simon Haughey 64 Food Fortress: The Development and Implementation of a Globally Recognised Sampling/Testing Scheme in Northern
Ireland.
Wednesday 30th May
92 Steve Huysman 93 Divinylbenzene samplers as surrogate tool for biological monitoring of (micro)pollutants in the marine environment Wednesday 30th May
93 Yemisi Jeff-Agboola 234 A novel approach to reduction of toxigenic Aspergillus
flavus level in maize
Wednesday 30th May
94 Oluwatobi Kolawole 73 Co-occurrence of mycotoxins in animal feeds and effects
on growth performance of broiler chickens
Wednesday 30th May
95 Rebecca Kyle 251 Review of methods of analysis for Marine Biotoxins Wednesday 30th May
96 Jonathan McComb 232 Effects of Defined Human-Exposure-based Mixtures of Persistent Organic Pollutants on Androgen Receptor
Translocation and Transactivation.
Wednesday 30th May
97 Julie Meneely 57 Measuring the combined exposure to aflatoxin B1 and
microcystin-LR using High Content Analysis
Wednesday 30th May
98 Jose Manuel Moreno-Rojas 248 Rapid discrimination of Bitter Almonds based on their amygdalyn content by using Near Infrared Spectroscopy Wednesday 30th May
99 Flora Oluwafemi 184 Assessment of Microbiological and Residual Antibiotics Status in Milk Sold in Abeokuta, Ogun State Wednesday 30th May
100 Giovanna Ponti 143 Neonatal exposure to soy phytoestrogens decreases
fertility in mice.
Wednesday 30th May
101 Alexis Ripoche 130 Biofluid and tissue metabolic profiling by 1D-1H-NMR spectroscopy highlighting exposure to emerging drugs of
abuse.
Wednesday 30th May
102 Maeve Shannon 103 The potential of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) mixtures induce cytotoxicity in enteroendocrine pGIP/neo:
STC-1 cells
Wednesday 30th May
103 Miroslav Subrt 39 Rapid Detection of Tetrodotoxin in shellfish using an
immunosensor
Wednesday 30th May
104 Andrew Sweet 264 Miniaturising and multiplexing diagnostic tests is clue to
decrease production costs
Wednesday 30th May
105 Emiliano Ventura 181 A SEMI-QUANTITATIVE UHPLC-MS/MS ASSAY TO DETECT
SARMS IN URINE SAMPLES
Wednesday 30th May
106 Hui-Li Wang 95 Regulatory Roles of Histone Deacetylases 1 and 2 in Pb-
induced Neurotoxicity
Wednesday 30th May
107 Richard Welten 83 A systems biology approach to elucidate the effect of
chronic microcystin-LR exposure
Wednesday 30th May
108 Ewa Wielogorska 26 Detoxification of mycotoxins in maize using cold
atmospheric plasma technology
Wednesday 30th May
109 Ewa Wielogorska 25 Decontamination of antibiotic residues with cold
atmospheric pressure plasma
Wednesday 30th May

Theme 4 - Delivering the nutritional needs for the 21st century global population

Poster Number: First Name: Surname: Abstract book ref. no: Paper Title: Poster Session:
110 Solomon Oguche Alhassan 183 Immunological characterization of exosomes from blood to
develop biomarkers against endocrine disruptors in Cyprinus carpio
Wednesday 30th May
111 Ifeoma Anugwa 198 Causes of Household Food and Nutrition Insecurity: Implications for Food Sustainability in  Kano State, Nigeria Wednesday 30th May
112 Barbara Bray 249 Dietary Interventions: Nanny state or optimising the environment for healthy outcomes? A Global Perspective Wednesday 30th May
113 Begoña De la Roza-Delgado 124 Handheld NIRS analyses for classification of Asturcelta
autochthonous swine breed carcasses
Wednesday 30th May
114 Oyebola  Adebola Elemide 219 Challenges of Operating Environment for Nutrition
Research Improvement in Sub-Sahara Africa
Wednesday 30th May
115 Lauren Ford 162 Seaweed production in Northern Ireland for the pig
industry
Wednesday 30th May
116 Diego Luis Garcia Gonzalez 157 Comparative study between trade standards for olive oil
inside and outside Europe
Wednesday 30th May
117 Stavros Gkavalias 221 The catabolite control protein CcpA affects phytate
solubilisation in Paenibacillus polymyxa
Wednesday 30th May
118 Stephanie Heaney 110 The use of untargeted Near-Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy to predict quality of black tea during oxidation Wednesday 30th May
119 Monika Jiru 180 Bioprospecting of five microalgae strains as a potential
source of health protective compound
Wednesday 30th May
120 Ruth Kinkead 253 Investigation of the herd and animal variation attributing to the nutritional properties of dairy colostrum Wednesday 30th May
121 Simona Lencová 12 Testing of fibrous nanomaterials as a barrier for
microorganisms
Wednesday 30th May
122 Maria Lopes 178 Salicornia ramosissima J. Woods - A valuable forgotten
resource
Wednesday 30th May
123 Ting Lu 108 Why Risk Communication often fails to deliver consumer
confidence?
Wednesday 30th May
124 Emilie Manny 5 Occurrence and risks associated with allergens in
processed foods with precautionary labeling
Wednesday 30th May
125 Daniel McDowell 163 From Anaerobic Digestate to Microalgal Animal Feeds Wednesday 30th May
126 Claire McKernan 44 Linking Northern Irish milk iodine to farming landscape Wednesday 30th May
127 Klara Navratilova 53 Critical assessment of lipid fraction in different types of
diets
Wednesday 30th May
128 Simon Idoko Okweche 188 Comparative efficacy of  Jatropha curcas in  the management  of  wood  termites(Macrotermes bellicosus) Wednesday 30th May
129 Elizabeth Redmond 260 Nutrition education provided in co-curricular cooking
classes for young children
Wednesday 30th May
130 Hettie Schönfeldt 231 The contribution of food composition data to attaining
food security – South African case study
Wednesday 30th May
131 Jayne Woodside 82 Encouraging adherence to a Mediterranean Diet in a non-
Mediterranean population: the TEAM-MED project
Wednesday 30th May
132 Jayne Woodside 81 Project Daire: Derry/Londonderry as the nexus city for food, education, trust and health Wednesday 30th May
133 Jayne Woodside 246 Improving the food knowledge and dietary intake of
primary schoolchildren: the DAIRE project
Wednesday 30th May
134 Daniel Wunderlin 118 CHEMICAL MARKERS TO IDENTIFY CHIA, FLAX AND
SESAME FROM RAW SEEDS TO BAKERY PRODUCTS
Wednesday 30th May
135 Hollie Bradford 228 A Critical Review of Farmers' Perceptions and
Understanding of Antimicrobial Resistance
Wednesday 30th May