On June 1st, 2016 the staff of the Food Protection and Defense Institute met with Dr. Andrew Robinson, Deputy Director of The Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis (CEBRA). Dr. Robinson presented an overview of the structure and portfolio of CEBRA. The various case studies and biosecurity concerns faced by Andrew and his team at CEBRA were very relatable and similar to those FPDI has seen.
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Food is a particularly vulnerable target to adulteration due to its broad and complex distribution system. Numerous detection methods exist to measure the presence of chemical, biological, and radiological agents in food and the field is ever-changing. The Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI) has developed a tool to assess detection methods based on the agent type, intended usage, and twenty-three performance attributes.