The National Food
Institute, Technical University of Denmark organize a
course on Risk- Benefit Assessment in Foods:
– The Risk Benefit research group at DTU Food will organize their highly successful course ”Risk-Benefit Assessment in Foods: methods for quantifying health effects” 5 – 14 November 2019, at Lyngby campus in Denmark.
– The full time eight day PhD-course has a multidisciplinary focus, including nutrition, toxicology and microbiology, and will learn the participants how the combined health risks and benefits associated to food intake can be assessed and quantified.
– International PhD students and other interested researchers are welcome to join the course. The course description can be found at http://www.kurser.dtu.dk/2019-2020/23839.aspx. There is a fee of 750 DKK (about 100 euro) for PhD students from EU/EEA countries, for other participants the course fee is 6750 DKK (about 900 euro). Registration deadline is October 1st, full = full.