IFSAC is comprised of federal food safety partners from the CDC, FSIS, and FDA. Please click on the links below to visit each Agency’s websites.
IFSAC Food Safety Partners
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Food Safety Inspection Service of the United States Department of Agriculture
Selected Publications for Further Information
- Attribution of Foodborne Illnesses, Hospitalizations, and Deaths to Food Commodities by using Outbreak Data, United States, 1998–2008 - John A. Painter, Robert M. Hoekstra, Tracy Ayers, Robert V. Tauxe, Christopher R. Braden, Frederick J. Angulo, and Patricia M. Griffin. 2013.
- Attributing human foodborne illness to food sources and water in Latin America and the Caribbean using data from outbreak investigations. - Sara M. Pires, Antonio R. Vieira, Enrique Perez, Danilo Lo Fo Wong, Tine Hald. 2012.
- Ranking the Disease Burden of 14 Pathogens in Food Sources in the United States Using Attribution Data from Outbreak Investigations and Expert Elicitation– Michael B. Batz, Sandra Hoffmann, Glenn Morris Jr. 2012.
- Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Major Pathogens - Elaine Scallan, Robert M. Hoekstra, Frederick J. Angulo, Robert V. Tauxe, Marc-Alain Widdowson, Sharon L. Roy, Jeffery L. Jones, and Patricia M. Griffin. 2011.
- Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Unspecified Agents - Elaine Scallan, Patricia M. Griffin, Frederick J. Angulo, Robert V. Tauxe, and Robert M. Hoekstra. 2011.
- Application of Bayesian techniques to model the burden of human salmonellosis attributable to U.S. Food commodities at the point of processing: adaptation of a Danish model.- Chuanfa Guo, Robert M. Hoekstra, Carl M. Schroeder, Sara Monteiro Pires, Kanyin Liane Ong, Emma Hartnett, Alecia Naugle, Jane Harman, Patricia Bennett, Paul Cieslak, Elaine Scallan, Bonnie Rose, Kristin G. Holt, Bonnie Kissler, Evelyne Mbandi, Reza Roodsari, Frederick J. Angulo, and Dana Cole.2011.
- Using outbreak data for source attribution of human salmonellosis and campylobacteriosis in Europe. - Sara Monteiro Pires, Håkan Vigre, Pia Makela, and Tine Hald. 2010.
- Attributing the human disease burden of foodborne infections to specific sources.-Sara M. Pires, Eric G. Evers, Wilfrid van Pelt, Tracy Ayers, Elaine Scallan, Frederick J. Angulo, Arie Havelaar, and Tine Hald. 2009.
- Recipes for foodborne outbreaks: a scheme for categorizing and grouping implicated foods - John A. Painter, Tracy Ayers, Rachel Woodruff, Elizabeth Blanton, Nytzia Perez, Robert M. Hoekstra, Patricia M. Griffin, and Christopher Braden. 2009.
- Attributing Illness to Food - Michael B. Batz, Michael P. Doyle, J. Glenn Morris, John Painter, Ruby Singh, Robert V. Tauxe, Michael R. Taylor, Danilo M.A. Lo Fo Wong, and for the Food Attribution Working Group. 2005.
- A Bayesian approach to quantify the contribution of animal-food sources to human salmonellosis - Tine Hald, David Vose, Henrik C. Wegener, Timour Koupeey. 2004.
- Datasets, tutorials, tools, and links for food risk analysis
- Federal food safety information
- Collaborative Food Safety Forum Food Attribution Workshop
- Food Safety Working Group
- Healthy People 2020 Initiative
- Interagency Risk Assessment Consortium (IRAC)