We aim to bring the best science forward by identifying the current state of the science and encouraging/promoting research that will fill in the knowledge gaps.
Themes and topics for CRIS review papers currently in development. Authors have been identified—watch for more details as these are published.
- Emulsifiers: Potential impacts on the gut microbiome
- Epidemiological evidence: Bringing together epidemiology, nutrition science, and toxicology
- Metals: Putting their impact on food safety into context
- Trichothecene Mycotoxins: Mechanism-based safety assessment
- Preservatives / antimicrobials: Review the risks and benefits
- Unavoidable contaminants or constituents: The need for a new science-based approach
We are seeking authors for the following topics—if interested, please contact anyone at CRIS.
- Alternative approaches and Tox 21: Case study – endocrine disruptive chemicals
- N-hexane: Role of metabolism and relevance to humans
- Phycotoxins: Impact of these water-borne toxins on food safety
- Residual aquaculture drugs in farmed seafood: Rising demand; but is it safe?
We will use a systematic approach to our review of literature and conduct of the paper. Please review our Guiding Principles and Flowchart for insight into this approach.