Hard to Kill Stuff: Radiation and Disinfectant Resistance in Microorganisms

This presentation aims to review the strategies by which microorganisms thrive in extreme radiation environments, extreme temperatures, in contaminated environments, at varying pH and salt levels. Beyond radiation resistance, the mechanisms microorganisms utilize to circumvent biocidal activities will also be discussed. Due to the limited research of such radio tolerant and disinfection resistant microorganisms, the major challenges that lie ahead will  also be  examined.

Instructor

Ziva Abraham

Ziva Abraham is the President and Founder of Microrite, Inc., a California based consulting firm providing consulting and training services to pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices and in vitro diagnostics in the areas of quality assurance, quality control, microbiology, and validation. Ziva has over 25 years of academic, research, clinical and industrial experience in microbiology, and quality assurance. Ziva has received her Master’s Degree in microbiology with a focus on Mycology and has conducted research on developing microbial Insecticides using entomogenous bacteria and fungi towards her Ph.D degree. Her career also includes founding and managing clinical laboratories for Maccabi Medical in Israel. She has trained personnel from various industries in microbiology techniques and methods. She uses her extensive experience to teach why assessing risk of microbial contamination should be in the forefront of any company that has products for human/veterinary use. Her experience in clinical laboratories has provided her with the framework to understand the effects of microbial contamination in products from a patient safety perspective.

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Date

August 22, 2022
12 - 1:30 p.m. Central Time
Early-bird rate ends June 17. Use coupon code 8EB22MICRO to save 10%.

Online registration closes August 17. Registrations will still be taken after this rate if space permits at an increased rate. Please contact 847-981-0100.
*This presentation has been prerecorded but Ziva will be on the webinar live to answer questions.

 

Registration Information

Regular Rate
(through 8/17)
Last Chance
(After 8/17)
Member: $98
Non-member: $158
Member: $123
Non-member: $183

 

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