Improved System Assessment of Aflatoxin Risk Utilizing Novel Data and Sensing

Principal Investigator: Diane Rowland

Co-PI: Alina Zare

Sponsor: USDA NIFA

Start Date: January 1, 2018

End Date: January 14, 2022

Amount: $499,204

Abstract

Vulnerability of agroecosystems to aflatoxin is a major problem worldwide, and in the U.S., represents an economic threat from high costs associated with testing and lost trade when outbreaks occur – events predicted to become increasingly common with climate variability. Our team includes engineers, agronomists, breeders, physiologists, and data scientists, utilizing an integrated systems approach, employing modeling, new sensing technologies, and data mining for assessing risk at vulnerability points.

More Information: https://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1014832-improved-system-assessment-of-aflatoxin-risk-utilizing-novel-data-and-sensing-approaches-at-points-of-vulnerability.html