EFSA panel renewal 2018: genetically modified organisms
Are you an expert in microbiology, immunology, biochemistry, allergenicity or ecotoxicology? Do you have experience in food and feed safety assessment, molecular characterisation and the evaluation of environmental risks? Would you like to put your expertise at the service of hundreds of millions of European consumers? Then you should consider applying as an expert for EFSA’s Scientific Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).
What does the GMO Panel do?
The Panel assesses the risks from GMOs to human and animal health, and the environment. The Panel's work mainly concerns genetically modified plants and micro-organisms. Panel members participate in the safety evaluation of GMOs before they are considered for market approval in the EU. See the dedicated page for more detail.
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Save the date: 1 June 2017
Register now on EFSA’s website and prepare your application in advance so that you can submit it between 1 June and 8 September 2017.
Would you like to know more?
- Food safety scientists wanted. Join EFSA’s scientific panels, news story on EFSA’s panel renewal
- What are GM plants? Understanding science video
- What are GM animals? Understanding science video
- What is environmental risk assessment? Understanding science video