SST 29th Annual Conference

Proceedings of the 29th Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference of the Americas.

November 7-9, 2005
Norfolk, Virginia

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Welcome and Introduction to Program 
William Rickards, Virginia Sea Grant

Preliminary Session

Overview of Oceans and human Health Initiative
Steve Otwell, University of Florida

Long and Short Term Economic Trends in Seafood
Daniel Kauffman, Virginia Tech

             - Extended Abstract

Possible Uses for Aquacultural Sludge and Wastewater from an Indoor  Intensive Recirculating Tilapia Production Facility
Lori Marsh, Virginia Tech 

             - Extended Abstract

Fish and Mammalian Skin Collagen - Similarities and Differences 
  Kathleen Hofman, Seafood and Marine Extracts

             - Extended Abstract

Fishery By-Products Utilization: Use of Acid Solubilization 
A. Collins Onodenalore, Marine Institute of Memorial 
University of New Foundland

Traceability of Fishery Products Symposium

Funding Policy for Aquatic Food Technology in Europe: 
Past Present and Future

Torger Borresen, Director, Danish Institute for Fisheries Research

             - Extended Abstract

Traceability and EPC/RFID: It Starts with Standards
Gregory Rowe, Director of Business Development, GS1US

             - Extended Abstract

Seafood Tracibility Research within the European Union: An Overview of Present and Future Projects
Marco Frederiksen, Danish Institute for Fisheries Research 

             - Extended Abstract

Traceability - A Necessary Evil or a Business Opportunity?
Asgeir Kroer, Maritech Software Inc.

The Design and Development of an On-Board Computer System and
Web-Based Portal for Marketing and Traceability of Seafood Products
Michael Thompson, Seafood Technology / Fisheries Specialist, Oregon Sea
Grant Extension, Oregon State University Seafood Laboratory

             - Extended Abstract

High Hydrostatic Pressure Processing Symposium

Consumer Awareness and Understanding of High Pressure Processing
Doris Hicks, University of Delaware

             - Extended Abstract

HPP Safety and Quality Data
Dallas Hoover, University of Delaware, Dept. of Animal and Food Sciences

             - Extended Abstract

Shellfish-Borne Virus Intervention by HHP 
         David Kingsley, USDA ARS

             - Extended Abstract

Effect of High Hydrostatic Pressure on Listeria monocytogenes in Pure Cultures and in Crab Meat
Michael Jahncke, Virginia Tech

             - Extended Abstract

Effect of High Pressure Processing on the Phsyical and Microbial 
Properties & Composition of Winder Harvested East Coast Oysters

George Flick, Virginia Tech

             - Extended Abstract

Methods and Application for Polymerase Chain Reactions (PCR) in Seafood Technology Symposium

Real-Time PCR Technology and Applications in the Seafood Industy 
Dr. Michael Vickery and Melinda Moy, Cepheid, Sunny vale, CA

             - Extended Abstract

Species Identification of Seafood and Aquaculture Products by PCR 
         Dr. Selester Bennet, Applied Food Technologies

             - Extended Abstract

Real Time PCR Applications for Water Quality Testing of Pathogens 
and Indicators Organism

Dr. Valerie Harwood, University of South Florida

             - Extended Abstract

Mitochondrial Multiplex Real-Time PCR as a Source Tracking Method in Fecal-Contaminated Surface Waters
Jane M. Caldwell, Margan E. Raley and Jay F. Levine, College of Veterinary
Medicine, NC State University

             - Extended Abstract

PCR Applications to Assure Product Safety for Shellfish Commerce 
Dr. Anita Wright, University of Florida

             - Extended Abstract

Current Issues Symposium

Codex and Its Role in Seafood Safety, Quality and Technology
Tom Billy, President International Food Safety Consulting, LLC

             - Extended Abstract

Status and Update on FDA's Seafood HACCP Program & the
Hazards and Controls Guide
Charlotte Wilkins, FDA

Current FDA/ISS Policy on Marketing Life Clams - Industry Perspective
Tim Parsons, Cherrystone Aqua-Farms

Histamine Controls in Seafood: Challenges and Opportunities 
Spencer Garrett, NOAA, NMFS

How the Market is Viewing Seafood
John Connelly, President, National Fisheries Institute


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