IAFP 2016 Annual Meeting 

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The International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting in St Louis Missouri is shaping up to be an exciting event. Roka Bioscience will be on exhibit floor at Booth #517 at the event and will be presenting 4 scientific posters during the poster session on Monday, August 1st. 

Come and see us in St. Louis. Roka Bioscience is dedicated to developing rapid, highly accurate molecular assays and instrument systems for the Food Safety Industry. Interested in learning more, stop by our booth and take a spin on our prize wheel for some fun prizes.

In addition click the links below to see short video's about the 4 poster presentations at the annual meeting. You can request a pdf version of the posters through the links as well. 


Posters P3-112 and P3-113 will be presented live 2–3:30 pm and again at 5-6:00 pm Monday Aug 1st.
The posters P3-66 and P3-67 will be presented live 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 Wednesday Aug 3rd. 
We hope to see you there. 

 Poster Sessions Monday Aug 1st

 Independent Validation for the Detection of Salmonella enterica in Dry Pet Kibble Utilizing the Atlas® Salmonella SEN Detection Assay
Presented By: W. Evan Chaney, Ph.D., Roka Bioscience, Inc. 

 

Real-World Assessment of Process Control Utilizing a Poultry Rinse Limits Testing Application with Paired Qualitative Method Comparison
for Detection of Salmonella enterica in the Poultry Production Environment
Presented By: W. Evan Chaney, Ph.D., Roka Bioscience, Inc.
P3-112
View Abstract and Learn More


 
Detection of Environmental Listeria spp. after 18-Hour Enrichment Using ActeroTM Listeria Enrichment Medium and the Atlas® System.   
Presented By: Christopher Haney., Roka Bioscience, Inc.  
P3-67
View Abstract and Learn More

 
AOAC Performance Tested Method SM 061503: Evaluation of the Listeria Environmental Detection Assay for Detecting Listeria spp. in Environmental Samples on the Atlas system
Presented By: Kristin Livezey, Ph.D., Roka Bioscience, Inc.
P3-66 

 

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Harold Barnum Industry Award

We’re excited to be presenting the Harold Barnum Industry Award Wednesday Aug 3rd at 6:00pm at the America's Center Convention Hall.
The Harold Barnum Industry Award recognizes an active IAFP Member for dedicated and exceptional service to IAFP, the public, and the food industry. The award consists of a plaque and a $1,500 honorarium sponsored by Roka Bioscience, Inc. 
This year’s award recipient is Doug Marshall.

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