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Complimentary Webinar

February 23, 2021 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

The Food Future:

Accurate Results in a Single Shift

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Of the many lessons learned in 2020, the need for increased speed and accuracy within testing became vitally important. Knowing that the PathogenDx microarray could fulfill this new imperative, EnviroX-F was developed to transform environmental food testing. With its AOAC certification, EnviroX-F makes it possible to test for Salmonella, Listeria or both, with the flexibility to speciate for L. mono as well —no enrichment required, high certainty, and results in a single shift. A new era in food testing has begun.

In the webinar, “The Food Future: Accurate Results in a Single Shift,” PathogenDx will introduce you to the game-changing, single-shift testing breakthrough made possible by the PathogenDx microarray. Now you can drive new efficiencies and certainty across your food operation, driven by    best-in-class specificity and sensitivity— dramatically reducing false positive and negatives. EnviroX-F provides consistency across multiple food-grade surfaces that may be swabbed including stainless steel, concrete, rubber, plastic, etc. This provides a cost savings compared to alternative testing solutions.

This webinar will discuss the benefits of switching from traditional enrichment-based single-plax methods (qPCR, plates) to microarray multiplex.  And set you on a new course that will speed your operations and provide greater safety for everyone. Join us and discover the new standard in DNA testing for Food.

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A Q&A with the speaker will follow the presentation. 

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will learn about breakthrough technology that has received multiple grants from the NIH, BARDA, DARPA and other governmental programs to accelerate diagnostic development.

Who Should Attend:

  • All involved in improving Food Safety Culture, CEOs, Lab Director, Microbiologists, Quality Associates, Research and Development Managers


Nathan Libbey
Business Development Director

Nathan has more than 10 years of experience in the food space, formerly leading teams at CERTUS Food Safety and Nestlé USA. Nathan has a Master’s in Regulatory Affairs of Food and is currently in the Executive Doctor of Law and Policy program at Northeastern University. Nathan has presented research at multiple conferences on topics ranging from Pathogen Environmental Monitoring to Traceability and has been featured in food safety textbooks. In his free time, Nathan is a school board member for a 2500 student Blue Ribbon district and is also on the board for the non-profit Common Threads.

Maria Fontanazza
Food Safety Tech

Maria has more than a decade of experience in journalism, marketing, and communications within the publishing, conferences and medical device industry. She has authored more than 250 articles that have appeared in domestic and international industry publications and has moderated educational sessions and panel discussions at industry events. Maria joins Innovative Publishing from Secant Medical, Inc., where she was the Marketing Communications Manager and Market Research Manager. Maria has a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications with a concentration in New Media and Visual Design, and a Minor in Fine Arts, from St. Michael’s College in Colchester, VT.

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