PIF Supplement: A Truly Harmonized Solution for Large Infant Formula and Dairy Samples

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April 29
Thursday 11:00AM CET

Discover thebenefits of a truly harmonized method for the simultaneous detection of Salmonella, Cronobacter and Enterobacteriaceae in dairy large sample size by using the PIF Supplement method.

Bio-Rad presents an educational and practical webinar on the performance and workflow benefits of using the new PIF Supplement method, offering harmonized, sensitive and cost effective protocols for simultaneous detection of Salmonella and Cronobacter and Enterobacteriaceae in infant formula and ingredients including milk powders.

In this webinar, participants will gain valuable insight into:

  • PIF Supplement method details and associated workflow benefits
  • Practical laboratory video and method comparison
  • Performance in comparison to ISO reference methods
  • End user interview – Oceania Dairy Ltd (Yili Group)
Speaker Name

Gulustan Kuccuk,
International Product Manager Culture Media, Bio-Rad, Food Science Division, Marnes-La-Coquette, France

Gulustan holds a master's degree in molecular biology accompanied by a specialization in microbiology obtained at Denis Diderot University in Paris, France. Her various professional experiences as a product manager in agro-food diagnostics have enabled her to develop a solid experience applied to culture media intended for agro-food analyzes.

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Jean-Philippe Tourniaire,
International Product Manager Molecular, Bio-Rad, Food Science Division Marnes-La-Coquette, France

Owner of Ms Degree in Biological and Chemical analysis from Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg, France, Jean-Philippe has joined Bio-Rad in 2000 as R&D project manager to develop real-time PCR kits and methods for food pathogens detection. Since 2009, he’s handling the iQ-Check range as International Product Manager in the Food Science Division.

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Shristi Kumar,
Microbiology Team Leader at Oceania Dairy Ltd, (Yili Group) New Zeland

Shristi has more than 14 years’ experience working in the microbiology laboratory. Her work experience includes working for research microbiology in commercial, pharmaceutical and dairy industry microbiology laboratories. She has worked for Oceania Dairy since October 2015. Her role includes managing daily operations of the microbiology laboratory, implementing new test methods, preparing method validation and verification plans, training staff on new test methods, and troubleshooting.