The Center for Produce Safety, Davis, Calif., is hosting its first ever research symposium in June to showcase results from 11 projects.

The research findings will be presented June 23 at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at the University of California at Davis.

Researchers will present their studies and take part in panel discussions about how the work applies to the industry, according to a news release.

The forums will be grouped around key research priorities related to harvest practices, such as survivability of E. coli and salmonella, testing methods, and transfer agents, according to the release.

The center’s executive director, Bonnie Fernandez-Fenaroli, will provide an overview of the center, including its mission, approach, and partners.

Registration is $125 before May 28, and $150 after, and includes all symposium sessions, breakfast, lunch, and an evening reception in the courtyard and gardens of the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.

Additional registration and event details will be available by March 22 on the center’s Web site, according to the release.

To sign up for symposium updates via e-mail, visit or contact the office at (530) 757-5777.