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List of publications in Risk-Benefit Assessment

A selection of Secalim publications in the framework of Risk-Benefit assessment
  • Feliciano, R. J., P. Guzmán-Luna, G. Boué, M. Mauricio-Iglesias, A. Hospido and J.-M. Membré 2022. Strategies to mitigate food safety risk while minimizing environmental impacts in the era of climate change. Trends in Food Science & Technology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tifs.2022.02.027
  • Assuncao, R., G. Boue, P. Alvito, R. Brazao, P. Carmona, C. Carvalho, D. Correia, P. Fernandes, C. Lopes, C. Martins, J. M. Membre, S. Monteiro, P. Nabais, S. T. Thomsen, D. Torres, S. M. Pires and L. S. Jakobsen 2021. Risk-Benefit Assessment of cereal-based foods consumed by portuguese children aged 6 to 36 months-a case study under the RiskBenefit4EU project. Nutrients 13(9): 16. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13093127.
  • Feliciano, R., G. Boué, F. Mohssin, M. M. Hussaini and J.-M. Membré 2021. Probabilistic modelling of Escherichia coli concentration in raw milk under hot weather conditions. Food Research International 149: 110679. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodres.2021.110679.
  • de Oliveira Mota, J., S. Guillou, F. Pierre and J.-M. Membré 2021. Public health risk-benefit assessment of red meat in France: Current consumption and alternative scenarios. Food and Chemical Toxicology 149: 111994. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fct.2021.111994
  • Membré, J. M., S. Santillana Farakos and M. Nauta 2021. Risk-benefit analysis in food safety and nutrition. Current Opinion in Food Science 39: 76-82. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cofs.2020.12.009
  • Thomsen, S. T., R. Assunção, C. Afonso, G. Boué, C. Cardoso, F. Cubadda, A. Garre, J. W. Kruisselbrink, A. Mantovani, J. G. Pitter, M. Poulsen, H. Verhagen, E. Ververis, H. v. d. Voet, B. Watzl and S. M. Pires 2021. Human health risk–benefit assessment of fish and other seafood: a scoping review. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition: 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/10408398.2021.1915240.
  • de Oliveira Mota, J., S. Guillou, F. Pierre and J.-M. Membré 2020. Quantitative assessment of microbiological risks due to red meat consumption in France. Microbial Risk Analysis: 100103. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mran.2020.100103.
  • Eygue, M., F. Richard-Forget, J.-M. Cappelier, L. Pinson-Gadais and J.-M. Membré 2020. Development of a risk-ranking framework to evaluate simultaneously biological and chemical hazards related to food safety: Application to emerging dietary practices in France. Food Control 115: 107279. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodcont.2020.107279.
  • Garre, A., G. Boue, P. S. Fernandez, J. M. Membre and J. A. Egea 2020. Evaluation of multicriteria decision analysis algorithms in food safety: A case study on emerging zoonoses prioritization. Risk Analysis 40(2): 16. https://doi.org/10.1111/risa.13391.
  • Kooh, P., V. Jury, S. Laurent, F. Audiat-Perrin, M. Sanaa, V. Tesson, M. Federighi and G. Boué 2020. Control of biological hazards in insect processing: Application of HACCP method for yellow mealworm (Tenebrio molitor) powders. Foods 9(11): 1528. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods9111528.
  • Assunção, R., P. Alvito, R. Brazão, P. Carmona, P. Fernandes, L. S. Jakobsen, C. Lopes, C. Martins, J.-M. Membré, S. Monteiro, P. Nabais, S. T. Thomsen, D. Torres, S. Viegas, S. M. Pires and G. Boué 2019. Building capacity in risk-benefit assessment of foods: Lessons learned from the RB4EU project. Trends in Food Science & Technology 91: 541-548.
  • De Oliveira Mota, J., G. Boué, S. Guillou, F. Pierre and J.-M. Membré 2019. Estimation of the burden of disease attributable to red meat consumption in France: Influence on colorectal cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Food and Chemical Toxicology 130: 174-186.
  • De Oliveira Mota, J., P. Tounian, S. Guillou, F. Pierre and J.-M. Membré 2019. Estimation of the burden of iron deficiency anemia in france from iron intake: Methodological approach. Nutrients 11(2045): 1-18. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu11092045.
  • Gésan-Guiziou, G., A. Alaphilippe, M. Andro, J. Aubin, C. Bockstaller, R. Botreau, P. Buche, C. Collet, N. Darmon, M. Delabuis, A. Girard, R. Grateau, K. Kansou, V. Martinet, J.-M. Membré, R. Sabbadin, L.-G. Soler, M. Thiollet-Scholtus, A. Tonda and H. Van-Der-Werf 2019. Annotation data about multi criteria assessment methods used in the agri-food research: The french national institute for agricultural research (INRA) experience. Data in Brief 25: 104204. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2019.104204.
  • Kooh, P., E. Ververis, V. Tesson, G. Boué and M. Federighi 2019. Entomophagy and public health: A review of microbiological hazards. Health 11: 1272-1290. https://doi.org/10.4236/health.2019.1110098.
  • Pires, S. M., G. Boué, A. Boobis, H. Eneroth, J. Hoekstra, J.-M. Membré, I. M. Persson, M. Poulsen, J. Ruzante, J. van Klaveren, S. T. Thomsen and M. J. Nauta 2019. Risk Benefit Assessment of foods: Key findings from an international workshop. Food Research International 116: 859-869. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodres.2018.09.021.
  • Boué, G., E. Cummins, S. Guillou, J.-P. Antignac, B. Le Bizec and J.-M. Membré 2018. Public health risks and benefits associated with breast milk and infant formula consumption. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition(58): 126-145. https://doi.org/10.1080/10408398.2016.1138101.
  • Boué, G., L. A. Wasiewska, E. Cummins, J. P. Antignac, B. Le Bizec, S. Guillou and J. M. Membré 2018. Development of a Cryptosporidium-arsenic multi-risk assessment model for infant formula prepared with tap water in France. Food Research International 108: 558-570.
  • Boué, G., E. Cummins, S. Guillou, J.-P. Antignac, B. Le Bizec and J.-M. Membré 2017. Development and application of a probabilistic risk–benefit assessment model for infant feeding integrating microbiological, nutritional, and chemical components. Risk Analysis 37(12): 2360-2388. https://doi.org/10.1111/risa.12792.
  • Boué, G., S. Guillou, J. P. Antignac, B. Le Bizec and J.-M. Membré 2015. Public health Risk-Benefit Assessment associated with food consumption – A review. European Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety 5(1): 32-58. https://doi.org/10.9734/EJNFS/2015/12285.