IFST Eastern Branch organises a number of technical visits and holds meetings/joint meetings that allow topical discussion throughout the year.
Chair: Bob Bowman
Past Chair: Steve Timms
Secretary: Julie Worthington
Other members: Sonia Andre, Belinda Ashong, Federico Bernuzzi, Julian Cooper, Anabel Mulet-Cabero, Jane Robertshaw, Debra Smith, Robert Winwood, Julie Worthington.
|25 February||IFST Eastern Branch Event: The Potential Role of Nutrition in Delaying Mild Cognitive Development|
|11 November||IFST Eastern Branch Event: The Chemistry of Cocktails|
|3 November||IFST Eastern Branch Networking Event - A Virtual Genius Journey|
|31 October||IFST Eastern Branch & UK:IE Conference: 'Hygienic design in food processing environments'|
|27 September||IFST Eastern Branch Visit to Raynor Foods Sandwich Factory - 27 September 2019|
|13 June||Young Scientist Competition|
|18 October||Visit to Omega Ingredients followed by Visit to Alliance Technical Laboratories|
|6 September||Technical Visit to Suffolk Food Enterprise Zone|
|27 June||IFST Lecture|
|5 February||Tour of the Greene King Brewery|
|31 January||Technical Visit to Premier Analytical Services|
|21 October||Satellite Reception - IFST 2016 Lecture ‘Science for the EU and EU for science’, University of East Anglia|
|26 July||Visit to The English Whisky Co. Distillery, Norfolk|
|6 July||Visit to Wilkin & Sons + Tiptree Fruit Farm|
|The potential role of nutrition in delaying Mild Cognitive Impairment|
We recognise that a number of our members once graduated will move around the country on graduate placement schemes or re-locate for other various reasons. We have been working with a group of IFST members in their first three years after graduation to find out how we can help our members and their early career development.
Our Committee member Belinda Ashong is kindly leading this initiative for our region. If you are interested in getting more involved, please get in touch. Please note that you need to be an IFST member.
We value the important contribution that volunteers bring to the work and life of the Institute. Without the contribution of the volunteers who serve on committees, branches and special interest groups, we would find it difficult to achieve the strategic priorities set out by the Board of Trustees. The Impact Award is an opportunity for volunteers to showcase an innovative activity which has been undertaken which meets the following criteria.
- Is new and has been undertaken in the last 12 months which delivers measurable impact to any/any/all IFSTs strategic priorities, or
- Is an existing activity which has undergone an adaptation or change in order to deliver an enhanced impact linked to any/all of IFSTs strategic priorities, and which
- Is scalable and sustainable.
2020 IFST Northern Ireland Branch and Eastern Branch
2019 IFST Student Group
2018 IFST Student Group
2017 IFST Sensory Science Group