Presentations

2017

Valuing the Brand Protection Function, 2017 Fall International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition Conference, October 2017, By Jeremy M. Wilson.

Product Counterfeiting and the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection, Diversion Share Group, May 2017, by Rod Kinghorn.

Product Counterfeiting and the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection, Michigan State University Oakland County Alumni Association, April 2017, by Rod Kinghorn.

The Nature and Scope of Product Counterfeiting Crime, North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys, February 2017, by Brandon A. Sullivan.

Counterfeit Parts in the Department of Defense, U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM), February 2017, by Brandon A. Sullivan.

2016

A Qualitative Content Analysis of Characteristics of Product Counterfeiting Articles in Criminology and Criminal Justice Journals, American Society of Criminology, November 2016, by Fiona Chan, Brandon A. Sullivan, and Jeremy M. Wilson.

A Multi-Site Assessment of Police Consolidation: Resident Attitudes and Community Effects, American Society of Criminology, November 2016, by Jeremy M. Wilson.

Qualitative Content Analysis on the Emerging Field of Product Protection, American Society of Criminology, November 2016, by Jeremy M. Wilson.

Examining Officer Perceptions of Public Safety Consolidation Across Four Police Agencies, American Society of Criminology, November 2016, by Jeremy M. Wilson.

Developing Evidence-based Approaches to Anti-Counterfeiting Strategy, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, October 2016, by Brandon A. Sullivan.

Lessons from the Automotive Industry: The Pitfalls, Pratfall and Benefits of Serializing Products, Michigan State University Healthcare Packaging Immersin Experience (HcPIE), October 2016, by Rodney Kinghorn.

Brand Protection Return on Investment, 2016 Fall International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition Conference, October 2016, By Jeremy M. Wilson.

Product Counterfeiting Research: Terrorism, Networks, and Military Connections, National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, April 2016, by Brandon A. Sullivan and Jeremy M. Wilson.

A Problem With the Numbers: Using Financial Metrics to Predict Illegal Corporate Behavior, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2016, by Jay P. Kennedy.

A Multi-Site Assessment of Police Consolidation: The Staff Perspective, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2016, by Jeremy M. Wilson.

Assessing the Developing Knowledge-base of Product Counterfeiting: A Content Analysis of Four Decades of Research, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2016, by Brandon A. Sullivan, Fiona Chan, Jeremy M. Wilson and Roy Fenoff.

2015

Assessing Offender Roles in Pharmaceutical Counterfeit Networks, Americna Society of Criminology, November 2015, by Brandon A. Sullivan and Jeremy M. Wilson.

Product Counterfeit Measurement and Benchmarking Brand Protection Programs, UL Brand Protection Conference, June 2015, by Jeremy M. Wilson.

Brand Protection and Intellectual Property Crime 2020: Getting Ahead of the Curve, UL Brand Protection Conference, June 2015, by Jay P. Kennedy and Jeremy M. Wilson.

Product Counterfeit Networks and Offender Roles, UL Brand Protection Conference, June 2015, by Jeremy M. Wilson and Brandon A. Sullivan.

Protect Your Customers, Protect Your Brand: How to Defeat Security Product Counterfeiters, Security Industry Association (SIA) Webinar, March 2015, by Rod Kinghorn. 

MSU's Response to the Local-Global Risk of Product Counterfeits, East Lansing Kiwanis Club, March 2015, by Jeremy M. Wilson.

The Nature of Pharmaceutical Counterfeiting in the U.S.: Insights From an Open-source Database, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2015, by Jeremy M. Wilson and Zoltan Levente Fejes.

Towards the Development of a Brand Owner Product Counterfeiting Risk Assessment, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2015, by Jay P. Kennedy and Jeremy M. Wilson.

Brand Protection in the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME): Addressing Their Unique Vulnerabilities, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2015, by Jay P. Kennedy.

Product Counterfeiting: Local Implications for a Global Problem, Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police (MACP) Winter Professional Development Conference, February 2015, by Jeremy M. Wilson and Rod Kinghorn.

2014

Employee Theft of Intellectual Property: The Challenges of Identifying, Responding to, and Preventing Theft of Intangible Business Resources, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 2014, by Jay P. Kennedy.
 
Examining Guardianship in Online Auction Environments, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 2014, by Matthew Weiser and Meghan E. Hollis. 
 
Guardianship Through Information-Sharing: An Examination of Product Counterfeiting, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 2014, by Ksenia Petlakh and Meghan E. Hollis.
 
Hot Products in Product Counterfeiting. Extending the use of CRAVED, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 2014, by Zoltan Levente Fejes, Roy Fenoff, Meghan E. Hollis, and Jeremy M. Wilson.
 
Routine Activities and Product Counterfeiting, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 2014, by Roy Fenoff, Meghan E. Hollis, Zoltan Levente Fejes, and Jeremy M. Wilson.
 
Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection, MSU Global Spark Table, October 2014, by Jeremy M. Wilson and Rod Kinghorn.
 
Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection, MSU Green and White Evening in Kalamazoo, MI., September 2014, by Jeremy Wilson.
 
Brand Protection: A Comprehensive Approach to Organization and Staff Development, Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Brand Protection Conference, June 2014, by Jeremy M. Wilson.
 
Brand Protection through International Collaboration, Quality Brands Protection Committee (QBPC) meeting, May 2014, by Jeremy M. Wilson.
 
Document Examination: Basics for Management and those Charged with Governance, American Anti-Corruption Institute Forgery and Document Counterfeiting and Fraud Workshop, May 2014, by Roy Fenoff.
 
Product Counterfeiting, Michigan State University Green and White Evening in Washington, D.C., April 2014, by Jeremy M. Wilson.
 
The Disconnect Between Risk Assessment and Technology Deployment in the Pharmacuetical Industry, Access to Safe Medicines Global Forum, April 2014, by David S.  Howard.
 
Product Counterfeits: MSU's Response to the Global Threat, Michigan State University Coffee with the Profs Speaker Series, March 2014, by Jeremy Wilson.
 
The Nexus Between Terrorism and Product Counterfeiting in the United States,  Michigan State University Graduate Academic Conference, March 2014, by Brandon Sullivan. 
 
From Reactive to Proactive: A Journey Towards Brand Protection, University of New Hampshire School of Law Pharmaceutical Counterfieit Symposium, February 2014, by David Howard
 
Product Counterfeiting, Michigan State University Green and White Evening in Miami, March 2014, by Jeremy M. Wilson.
 
Brand Protection as a Total Business Solution, 2014 International Security Managment Association (ISMA) meeting, February 2014, by Jeremy M. Wilson.
 
Forgery and Document Counterfeiting, Montana Police Department workshop, January 214, by Roy Fenoff.

2013

Anti-Counterfeiting Strategy: Are 'Fuzzy' Numbers Sufficient to Create and Implement a Successful Policy?, American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, November 2013, by Zoltan Levente Fejes.

Is This Real? The Hidden Dangers of Product Counterfeiting, Eastern Wayne County MSU Alumni Club, November 2013, by Jeremy M. Wilson.

Keeping Counterfeits Out of Supply Chains, United States Patent and Trademark Organization, June 2013, by Rod Kinghorn.

Food Fraud and Economically Motivated Adulteration, Food Safety Summit, May 2013, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Identity Document Standardization, National Association of Forensic Document Examiners (NADE) Annual Conference, April 2013, by Roy Fenoff.

The Science of Combating Product Counterfeiting, United States Patent and Trademark Organization, April 2013, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D., and Evangelyn Alocilja, Ph.D.

The Basics of Economic Adulteration & What the Landscape Looks Like Today, Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, University of California, April 2013, by Doug Moyer (co-author and presenter), and John Spink, Ph.D. (co-author).

Food Fraud, Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Conference, Barcelona, March 2013, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Combating Product Counterfeiting through Research, Education and Partnership, Qualcomm MSU Alumni luncheon, February 2013, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D. (author) and Chris Maxwell, Ph.D. (presenter). 

Counterfeiting: It's More Than Just Money, Green and White Evening, San Diego, February 2013, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Product Counterfeiting Prevention, Michigan State Police Training Academy, February 2013, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Counterfeit Products: Bad for the Economy, Bad for Michigan, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR) at Michigan State University, January 2013, by Justin Heinonen, Ph.D., John Spink, Ph.D., and Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

2012

Intellecual Property for Creative Upstarts, Michigan State University School of Law, November 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, FoxFire Seminar Michigan State University Global, November 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Counterfeits by Another Name: Exploring Consumers' Understanding of Unauthorized Replica Products, American Society of Criminology, November 2012, by Roy Fenoff and John Spink, Ph.D.

Cue Utilization in the Product Authentication Process, American Society of Criminology, November 2012, by Zoltan Levente Fejes and Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Comparative Assessment of Public Policy Decision-making with Uncertain Statistics: Supporting Intellectual Property Initiatives, American Society of Criminology, November 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D., and Zoltan Levente Fejes.

Reviewing our Knowledge of the Product Counterfeiting Event: A Systematic, Theory-based Assessment, American Society of  Criminology, November 2012, by Justin Heinonen, Ph.D., and Roy Fenoff.

Strategic Countermeasures for Anti-Counterfeiting, Intellectual Property Rights, and Product Fraud: Enabling the Shift to Prevention, American Society of Criminology, November 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D., and Justin Heinonen, Ph.D.

Product Fraud and Anti-Counterfeiting in the Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Industries, Pack Expo, October 2012, by Karen Greene and John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit Strategy, Pack Expo, October 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, Pack Expo, October 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D. and Doug Moyer.

Food Fraud Think Tank, Global Food Safety Initiative Board, October 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining the Public Health Threat of Food Fraud, General Mills, October, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud & the Chemistry of the Crime, Mead-Johnson Executive Food Safety Committee at Michigan State Univeristy School of Packaging, September 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining the Public Health Threat of Food Fraud, Product Authentification & Brand Security Conference, September 2012, by Doug Moyer.

Defining Food Fraud & the Chemistry of the Crime, H.J. Heinz Corporation Product Security Seminar Series, August 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, Michigan State University Food Law Institute, Short Course-U.S. Food Law, July 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D. 

Food Fraud, Michigan State University VM810 Food Safety Introduction and Professional Management Seminar, July 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

State of Michigan Policy-Making, Michigan State University VM810 Food Safety Introduction and Professional Management Seminar, July 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D., and Brad Deacon.

The Role of Standards in Product Counterfeiting, North American Security Products Organization, July 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, Food Defense and Food Protection, Institute of Food Technologist Annual Meeting, June 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

A Review of the Department of Commerce Report on the Economic Impact of IP Intensive Jobs, presented to Jeff Gren, Director of Health and Consumer Products, Department of Commerce, May 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

The Role of Tamper Evidence in Brand Protection, US Pharmacopeia Supply Chain Integrity workshop, May 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, International Association for Food Protection, webinar moderated by National Center for Food Protection and Defense, May 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining the Public Health Threat of Food Fraud, 2012 Food Packaging Technologies Summit, Chicago, IL, May 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

The Role of Packaging in Anti-Counterfeiting and Fraud Countermeasures, International Safe Transit Association Annual Conference, April 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud Risks, Grocery Manufacturers Association Food Defense Committee Adulteration Working Group, April 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, ASEAN Food Safety Delegation, U.S. Department of State, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, April 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, Food Safety Summit, Washington DC, April 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Quantifying Food Risk, Food Safety Summit, Washington DC, April 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

US Agency Response to Food Defense, Food Safety Summit, Washington DC, April 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

The Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Epidemic in Africa: Identifying and Combating the Multidimensional Public Health and Economic Consequences, Ambassadors of the South African Development Community, Embassy of the Republic of Namibia, Washington DC, April 2012, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

New Perspective for Addressing Public Health Threat of Counterfeit Medicines: A Review of the Nigerian Combating Counterfeiting and Sub-Standard Medicine Initiatives, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, New York City, March 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D., Michael Rip, Ph.D., and Douglas C. Moyer.

Examining Counterfeiting Through Span Advertisements, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, New York City, March 2012, by Karie J. Gregory and Thomas J. Holt, Ph.D.

Examining the Risk of Purchasing of Counterfeit Medicine Online: A Content Analysis of Accredited Versus Non-Accredited Prescription Drug Websites, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, New York City, March 2012, by William A. Stadler, Ph.D., Justin A. Heinonen, Ph.D., and Jeremy M. Wilson, Ph.D.

Examining the Correlates and Reporting of On-Line Product Counterfeiting Victimization, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, New York City, March 2012, by Jeremy M. Wilson, Ph.D., Thomas J. Holt, Ph.D., and Justin Heinonen, Ph.D.

Is Product Counterfeiting a White-Collar Crime? Toward a "Counterfeiting Criminology", Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, New York City, March 2012, by Justin Heinonen, Ph.D., John Spink, Ph.D., Jeremy M. Wilson, Ph.D., and William A. Stadler, Ph.D.

Food Fraud-What You Need to Know, Global Food Safety Initiative Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, February 2012, by John Spink, Ph.D.

2011

Intellectual Property Crime: Toward a Global-Local Understanding of Effects and Mitigation, The American Society of Criminology Conference, Washington DC, November 2011, by Jeremy M. Wilson, Ph.D.

Measurement Issues in Estimating the Economic Impact of Counterfeiting and Piracy, The American Society of Criminology Conference, Washington DC, November 2011, by Zoltan Levente Fejes.

Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals in Africa: Exploring the Public Health and Economic Effects, The American Society of Criminology Conference, Washington DC, November 2011, by Jeremy M. Wilson, Ph.D.

Product Counterfeiting in Michigan: Articulating the Nature of the Risk, The American Society of Criminology Conference, Washington DC, November 2011, by Justin A. Heinonen, Ph.D.

Counterfeit Identity Documents: How Naming Standards Can Alleviate Identity Fraud and Improve Identity Verification, The American Society of Criminology Conference, Washington DC, November 2011, by Roy Fenoff and John Spink, Ph.D.

The Media's Portrayal of Financial and Counterfeiting Crimes, The American Society of Criminology Conference, Washington DC, November 2011, by Brandon A. Sullivan and Steven M. Chermak, Ph.D.

A Review of Food Fraud Incidents, US Pharmacopeia/Food Chemicals Codex Workshop, Washington DC, November 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Business Fraud, Michigan State University Business School Management Seminar for Kellogg's Corporation, East Lansing, MI, November 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud, Critical Research Needs in Food and Packaging Industry, East Lansing, MI, November 2011, by Doug Moyer and John Spink, Ph.D.

Rogue Website Legislation, Congressional Briefing, October 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining the Public Health Threat of Food Fraud, National Center for Food Protection and Defense, webinar, October 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud, Congressional Briefing, September 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Ubiquitous Monitoring and Risk: What are the Implications for Public Health and Sustainability?, Ann Arbor, MI, September 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit Strategy, Mid-Pack Exposition Conference, Chicago, IL, September 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Counterfeit Identity Documents: How Naming Standards Can Alleviate Identity Fraud and Improve Identity Verification, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 2011, by Roy Fenoff and John Spink, Ph.D.

Safety, Quality, Security, Product Protection, and Risk Management, Chicago, IL, September 2011, by John Spink Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit Strategy, Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy (CACP) monthly meeting, September 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Examining the Correlates and Reporting of On-Line Product Counterfeiting Victimization, Intellectual Property Rights Academic Conference, Washington DC, September 2011, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Definition of the Type of Counterfeiter, Type of Counterfeiting, and Definition of Defense Options, Intellectual Property Rights Academic Conference, Washington DC, September 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D. and Doug Moyer.

A Review of the Economic Impact of Counterfeiting and Piracy Methodologies, Intellectual Property Rights Academic Conference, Washington DC, September 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D. and Zoltan Levente Fejes.

“Green" Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles And Their Use As Biosensor Signal Amplifier In Anthrax And TB Detection, Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security Conference (Nano-DDS), New York, August/September 2011, by Evangelyn Alocilja, Edith Torres-Chavolla, Michael Anderson.

Fluorescently Labeled Cellular Surrogates for Loss of Signal Detection for Automated Microorganism Detection in Liquids, Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security Conference (Nano-DDS), New York, August/September 2011, by Evangelyn Alocilja, Michael Anderson.

Carbohydrate Functionalized Screen Printed Carbon Electrodes for Field Based Multiplex Bacterial Detection, Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security Conference (Nano-DDS), New York, August/September 2011, by Evangelyn Alocilja, Barbara Cloutier, Michael Anderson.

Validation of electrically magnetic nanoparticle capture and concentration of E. coli O157:H7 in broth and whole fluid milk, Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security Conference (Nano-DDS), New York, August/September 2011, by Evangelyn Alocilja, Barbara Cloutier.

Anti-Counterfeiting Seminar, International Packaging Institute, University of Konstanz, Germany, June 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud and Risk Mitigation, Institute of Food Technologists, annual meeting, June 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining the Public Health Threat of Food Fraud, National Coalition for Food and Agricultural Research, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Fraud and the Role of Chinese and U.S.Public Private Partnerships, Michigan State University, Global Food Safety-China Program, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud and the Role of Standards and Certification, Underwriters Laboratory annual meeting, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Risk Assessment and Mitigation with Focus on Anti-Counterfeiting, Michigan State University, Supply Chain Coalition, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Warning Labels and Anti-Counterfeiting, International Association of Packaging Research Institutes (IAPRI)-Berlin, Germany, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining the Public Health Threat of Food Fraud, "Food, Glorious Food-The Authenticity of our Food Supply"; Wageningen University Research Center, Netherlands, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D., and Doug Moyer.

Introduction to Food Protection and Food Fraud,  Food Safety Summit, Food Defense Session, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Safety Modernization Act and the Application to Intentional Adulteration, Institute of Food Technologists for the National Coalition for Food and Agriculture Research, May 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

How radicalized extremists leverage and work with non-extremists to commit crimes in the United States, Futures Forum Workshop: The impact of identity politics on violent extremism: Regional perspectives from the Americas, Hosted by the Office of the Director of National, April 2011, by Steven Chermak, Joshua Freilich and Roberta Belli.

Product Counterfeiting: Challenges and Opportunities, Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice 75th Anniversary Symposium, April 2011, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Identity Document Standardization: Naming Standards, Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice 75th Anniversary Symposium, April 2011, by Roy Fenoff and John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit and Product Protection: Breakout panel session, Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice 75th Anniversary Symposium, April 2011, by Justin Heinonen, Ph.D.

Examining the viability of product counterfeiting as white collar crime: Implications for theory and prevention, Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice 75th Anniversary Symposium, April 2011, by Justin Heinonen, Ph.D. and John Spink, Ph.D.

Counterfeiting and Piracy, Measurement Issues of Economic Impact Estimates, Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice 75th Anniversary Symposium, April 2011, by Levente Fejes and John Spink, Ph.D.

Grant Review: Food Fraud Public Health Threat Backgrounder, U.S. Pharmacopeia/Food Chemical Codex Expert Panel Meeting, Apriil 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Quantifying Food Risk Workshop, Food Safety Summit, April 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Polyaniline-coated magnetic nanoparticle-based disposable biosensor for rapid extraction and detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7, American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, March 2011, by E. Setterington, E. J. Patel and E. Alocilja.

Nanoparticle DNA-based biosensor for rapid detection of tuberculosis, Institute of Biological Engineering Annual Meeting, March 2011, by Edith Torres-Chavolla and Evangelyn Alocilja.

Alkaline “Green" Synthesis of Biocompatible Gold Nanoparticles, Institute of Biological Engineering Annual Meeting, March 2011, by Edith Torres-Chavolla, Michael Anderson, B. Castro and Evangelyn Alocilja.

Anti‐Counterfeit Strategy, Property Theft Enforcement Training (IPTET) and the Detroit ICE office, March 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D. and Doug Moyer, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud & The Chemistry of the Crime, Partnership, Food and Agriculture Sector, DHS Critical Infrastructure Protection, March 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Intellectual Property Enforcement in China, Global Intellectual Property Academy, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, February 2011, by John Spink, Ph.D.

2010

The Economic Effects of Pharmaceutical Counterfeiting in Africa, International Scientific and Professional Advisory Council of the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme Conference on International Organized Crime, Courmayeur Mont Blanc, Italy, December 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D. and Roy Fenoff

Pharmaceutical Counterfeiting in the US: Differentiating Dimensions of the Risk, American Society of Criminology conference, San Francisco, CA, November 2010, by Justin Heinonen, Ph.D., and Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

The Role of Domestic Law Enforcement Agencies in Combating Counterfeiting Crimes, American Society of Criminology conference, San Franciso, CA, November 2010, by Roy Fenoff and Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Intellectual Property Crime: Roundtable on Current Issues, Trends and Responses, American Society of Criminology conference, San Francisco, CA, November 2010, by Justin Heinonen, Ph.D.

Intellectual Property Crime: Roundtable on Current Issues, Trends and Responses, American Society of Criminology conference, San Franciso, CA, November 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Development of Rapid Molecular Diagnostics for Tuberculosis Detection, Michigan Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) and King Chavez Parks (KCP) Future Faculty Fellows (FFF) Fall Conference, Kellogg Conference Center & Hotel, East Lansing, Michigan, October 2010, , by E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Toward the Development of Evidence-Based Anti-Counterfeit Strategy for the Bearings Industry, American Bearing Manufacturers Association Fall Meeting, Northbrook, IL, October 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Product Counterfeiting: A Problem-Oriented Approach, National White Collar Crime Center Intellectual Property Crime Summit, Pasadena, CA, October 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Food Fraud Early Warning System, Michigan Department of Agriculture, table-top exercise, October 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Rapid fluorescent signal amplification of short DNA reporter molecures through mass amplification by co-polymeriration hybrididzation for the rapid detection of Bacillus anthracis,  poster presentation at the 2010 NCFPD biennial meeting, Chaska, Minnesota, September 27-29, 2010, by M. Anderson, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D

Validation and optimization of biologically modified electrically active magnetic nano-particles for direct capture and concentration of bioterrorism agents in various food matrices, poster presentation at the 2010 NCFPD biennial meeting, Chaska, Minnesota, September 27-29, 2010, by B. Cloutier, Ph.D., E. Setterington, Ph.D., A. Cloutier, Ph.D., J. Ochoa, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Biosynthesis of gold glyconanoparticles using a green-chemistry approach, poster presentation at the 2010 NCFPD biennial meeting, Chaska, Minnesota, September 27-29, 2010, by R. Pawloski, Ph.D., E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Rapid Detection of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis Genomic DNA Using a Nanoparticle-based DNA Sensors, poster presentation at the 2010 NCFPD biennial meeting, Chaska, Minnesota, September 27-29, 2010, by M. Huarng, Ph.D., S. Vetrone, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Toward an an BMA / MSU Partnership in Anti-Counterfeiting and Anti-Diversion Strategy, September 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Research Overview: Defining the Public Health Impact of Food Fraud, National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD), annual meeting, Minneapolis, September 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D. and Doug Moyer, Ph.D.

Validation and optimization of biologically modified electrically active magnetic nano-particles for direct capture and concentration of bioterrorism agents in various food matrices, oral presentation at the 2010 13th Annual Force Health Protection Conference, August 8-13, 2010, by B. Cloutier, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Field-based integrated biosensor system to rapidly detect tuberculosis in the military, oral presentation at the 2010 13th Annual Force Health Protection Conference, August 8-13, 2010, by E. Alocilja, Ph.D., E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D., and B. Cloutier, Ph.D.

Packaging for Food Safety & Food Fraud, International Institute for Agriculture (IIA), Michigan State University, August 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Symposium: Food Packaging Technology: Opportunities and Challenges that Enhance Food Safety, International Association of Food Protection ( IAFP), Anaheim, California, August 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud and The Chemistry of the Crime, International Association for Food Protection (IAFP), Anaheim, California, August 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit Strategy and the Role of Standards, American National Standards Institute (ANSI), ANSI Intellectual Property Rights Policy Committee (IPRPC), Central Meeting, DC, August 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Synthesis and Characterization of Magnetic Polypyrrole for Use in Biosensor, poster presentation, 2010 Poster Session on the Hill, Washington, D.C., sponsored by the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), July 2010, by E. Caliman, Ph.D., E. Alocilja, Ph.D. and E. Setterington, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud/Risk Management, Food Ingredient Contamination Workshop, Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), July 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Intellectual Property Enforcement in China, Global Intellectual Property Academy, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, July 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Food Packaging Traceability and Authentication, International Food Law Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, July 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Product Authentication and Security, International Packaging Institute (IPI), University of Konstanz (Germany), Schaffhausen, Switzerland, July 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit Strategy /Packaging for Food Safety, International Packaging Institute at University of Konstanz (Switzerland/ Germany), June 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Raising Awareness of Counterfeiting - Information Into Action, Certification Industry Against Counterfeiting, U.S.ICE/CBP IPR Center, July 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Understanding the Roles of International Organized Crime and Terrorist Groups in Product Counterfeiting, National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center Symposium on IP Theft and International Organized Crime and Terrorism, Arlington, VA, June 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D. and Justin Heinonen, Ph.D.

A multiplex nanoparticle-based bio-barcoded DNA sensor for the rapid detection of Bacillus anthracis and Salmonella Enteritidis, keynote presentation at the 2010 World Congress on Biosensors, Glasgow, UK, May 26-28, 2010, E. Alocilja, Ph.D., D. Zhang, D., Ph.D., and M. Huarng, Ph.D.

Electrically-Active Magnetic Nanoparticles As Novel Concentrator and Electrochemical Transducer in B. anthracis DNA Detection, oral presentation at the 2010 World Congress on Biosensors, Glasgow, UK, May 26-28, 2010, S. Pal, Ph.D., E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Multifunctional core/shell nanoparticles for immunomagnetic extraction and direct electrochemical detection of bacterial cells, oral presentation at the 2010 World Congress on Biosensors, Glasgow, UK, May 26-28, 2010, E. Setterington, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Nanoparticle-based biosensor for the detection of emerging pandemic influenza strains and SPR binding characterization, poster presentation at the 2010 World Congress on Biosensors, Glasgow, UK, May 26-28, 2010, by T. Kamikawa, Ph.D., M. Mikolajczyk, Ph.D., M. Kennedy, Ph.D., P. Zhang, Ph.D.,S. Wang, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, PhD.

Nanoparticle DNA-based biosensor for point-of-care tuberculosis detection, Poster presentation at the 2010 World Congress on Biosensors, Glasgow, UK, May 26-28, 2010, by E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Electrospinning and Surface Functionalization of Nitrocellulose Nanofibrous Membrane for Biosensor Applications, poster presentation at the 2010 World Congress on Biosensors, Glasgow, UK, May 26-28, 2010, Y. Luo, Ph.D., S. Nartker, Ph.D., H. Miller, Ph.D., D. Hochhalter, Ph.D., M. Wiederoder, Ph.D., S. Wiederoder, Ph.D., E. Setterington, Ph.D.,  L. Drzal, Ph.D.,  and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Rapid detection of pagA gene of Bacillus anthracis using a nanoparticle-based bio-barcode DNA sensor, poster presentation at the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, April 16, 2010, by M. Huarng, Ph.D. , D. Zhang, Ph.D., and E. Alocilja,Ph.D.

Comparison of Electrically Active Polyanaline Magnetic nanoparticles to Commercially Available Beads for Capture of Bacteria, poster presentation at the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, April 16, 2010 (first place award winner), by H. Miller, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Electrospun Nanofibers as a Biosensor for E. coli o157:H7, poster presentation at the Michigan Microscopy and Microanalysis meeting, April, 2010, by H. Miller, Ph.D., Y. Luo, Ph.D., M. Wiederoder, Ph.D., E.  Alocilja, Ph.D. and L. Drzal, Ph.D.

Michigan State University’s Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection Program: An Evidence-based Voice in Global Anti-Counterfeit Strategy, executive briefing to White House Office of Science and Technology Policy official, East Lansing, MI, April 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Economically Motivated Adulteration, Defining Food Fraud, Food Safety Summit, April 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection Program, Johnson & Johnson, Michigan State University, February 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

Synthesis and Characterization of Magnetic Polypyrrole for Use in Biosensor, poster presentation, 2010 Undergraduate Research Symposium, Wayne State University, January 20, 2010, by E. Caliman, Ph.D., E. Alocilja, Ph.D. and E. Setterington, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud, Center for World Affairs and Global Economy, University of Wisconsin, January, 2010, by John Spink, Ph.D.

A-CAPPP Overview, Department of Defense Strategic Command, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

A-CAPPP Overview, Food and Drug Administration, Washington DC, 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

A-CAPPP Overview, National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, Washington DC, 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

A-CAPPP Overview, General Motors, Incorporated, East Lansing, MI, 2010, by Jeremy Wilson, Ph.D.

2009

Public Comments on "PROPOSED RULE: Guidance for Industry - Incorporation of Physical-Chemical Identifiers into Solid Oral Dosage Form Drug Products for Anticounterfeiting - Draft Guidance," [Docket ID: FDA-2009-D-0212], December 15, 2009, submtted comments, by John Spink, Ph.D., Michael Rip, Ph.D. and Doug Moyer, Ph.D.

Include Food Fraud Considerations in Food Traceability, CFSAN/FDA & FSIS/USDA, Product Tracing Systems for Food; Public Meeting; Request for Comment, [DockeNo. FDA?2009?N?0523], USDA, Washington, D.C., Transcript and Comments, December 10, 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Include Food Fraud Considerations in Food Traceability, FDA/USDA Product Tracing Systems for Food, Public Meeting, Docket No. FDA-2009-N-0523, December 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Emerging risk assessment for agencies regarding economically motivated adulteration, food fraud, and product counterfeiting, Society for Risk Analysis, annual meeting, December 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit Strategy and Packaging Law, Packaging Law Seminar, International Packaging Institute (Switzerland), at the University of Konstanz (Germany), December 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Anti-Counterfeit Medicines Workshop, University of Southern California, School of Pharmacy, November 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Product Fraud & The Chemistry of the Crime, Medical Device Manufacturer, November 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Hot Innovations: Nano-Biosensors for Biodefense, MichBio Expo, Session on “Hot Innovations,” Kalamazoo, Michigan, November, 2009, by M. Anderson, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

The Wal-Mart Sustainable Value Network Overview, International Packaging Institute (Switzerland), at the University of Konstanz (Germany), November 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Product Protection and Anti-Counterfeit Strategy Workshop, 2009 Product Authentication & Brand Security Conference, Chicago, Illinois, October 26, 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D

Nanoparticle-based bio-barcode DNA sensor for the rapid detection of pagA gene of Bacillus anthrac., oral presentation at the 2009 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (NANO-DDS), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 28-October 2, 2009, by D. Zhang, Ph.D., M. Huarng, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Magnetic/polyaniline core/shell nanoparticles for target extraction and electrical detection of threat-agents, oral presentation at the 2009 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (NANO-DDS), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 28-October 2, 2009, by E. Setterington, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Nanoparticle-based spectral and electrical readout for molecular detection of Bacillus anthracis pagA gene, oral presentation at the 2009 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (NANO-DDS), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 28-October 2, 2009, by M. Anderson, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Novel biosensor based on electrospun nanofiber and magnetic nanoparticle for the detection of microbial pathogens, oral presentation at the 2009 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (NANO-DDS), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 28-October 2, 2009 by Y. Luo, Ph.D., M. Wiederoder, Ph.D., S. Nartker, Ph.D., P. Askeland, Ph.D. Y. Liu, Ph.D., E. Alocilja, Ph.D., and D. Drzal, Ph.D.

Sensitivity and Reliability Improvement using “Co-Detection” Principle on a Forward Error Correction Biosensor, oral presentation at the 2009 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (NANO-DDS), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 28-October 2, 2009, by Y. Liu, Ph.D., E. Alocilja, Ph.D. and S. Chakrabartty, Ph.D.

Characterization and functionalization of biogenic gold nanoparticles for biosensing enhancement, oral presentation at the 2009 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (NANO-DDS), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 28-October 2, 2009, by E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D., M. Anderson, Ph.D., R. Ranasinghe, Ph.D., B. Castro,Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Pandemic influenza detection by electrically active magnetic nanoparticles and surface plasmon resonance, oral presentation at the 2009 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (NANO-DDS), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 28-October 2, 2009, by T. Kamikawa, Ph.D., M. Mikolajczyk, Ph.D., M. Kennedy, Ph.D.,  L. Zhong, Ph.D., P. Zhang, Ph.D., D. Scott, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

A-CAPPP and Anti-Counterfeit Strategy, Institute of Packaging Professionals, DPPG Committee Meeting, September 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Packaging for Food Safety & Food Fraud, Michigan State University, School of Packaging, Executive Education, September 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Product Counterfeiting and the Chemistry of the Crime, invited oral presentation to the US Technical Advisory Group, International Standards Organization (ISO) PC246 Performance Requirements for Purpose-Built Authentication Tools and TC427 Fraud Countermeasures and Controls, August 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

What Role Can We Count On Consumers to Play In Authentication, Michigan State University,  A-CAPPP Multi-Client Study. July 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Packaging for Food Safety & Food Fraud, Michigan State University, Institute for International Agriculture, July 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Counterfeiting and Economically Motivated Adulteration, Counterfeit Medicines Working Group, Purdue University School of Pharmacy, June 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

The Counterfeit Threat, Global Pouch Forum, Packaging Strategies, June 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Rapid and quantitative detection of Helicobacter pylori and E. coli O157:H7 in well water using a nano-wired biosensor an QPCR, In Proceedings of the 2009 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Workshop on Innovative Approaches for Detecting Microorganisms and Cyanotoxins in Water, pp. 30-41, May 20-21, 2009, Region 3 offices, Philadelphia, PA, by E. Alocilja, Ph.D., J. Rose, Ph.D. and E. Dreelin, Ph.D.

Overview Risk Matrix for Import Food Vulnerability, NCFPD led DHS Team on Import Food Vulnerability Assessment Conference, May 7, 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Food Fraud & the Chemistry of the Crime, FDA Economically Motivated Adulteration, FDA Economically Motivated Adulteration Public Meeting; Request for Comment [Docket No. FDA-2009-N-1066],CFSAN/FDA, College Park, Maryland, Talking Points From the Presentation, May 1, 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Defining Product and Package Protection, Food Safety, Food Fraud, And Food Defense/Poster, IAPRI, May 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

NanoBio Sensors and Integrated Microsystems for Intelligent Food Packaging, Invited oral presentation at the 2009 Symposium on Nanomaterials for Flexible Packaging, Columbus, Ohio, April 30, 2009, by E. Alocilja, Ph.D., and Wang, Y., Ph.D.

Backgrounder – Packaging for Food Safety, Food Safety Summit, April 28, 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D

Development and Efficacy of Anti-Salmonella Magnetic Beads, poster presentation at the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, April 16, 2009, by M. Huarng, Ph.D., D. Zhang, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Nanoparticle-based biosensors for biodefense and food safety, 237th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Session on “Food-related Nanotechnology,” Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2009, by E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

NanoBio Sensors and Integrated Microsystems for Intelligent Food Packaging, 2009 Symposium on Nanomaterials for Flexible Packaging, Columbus, Ohio, April 2009, by E. Alocilja, Ph.D.and Y.Wang, Ph.D.

The Counterfeit Food Threat: FDA and MSU Progress, State of Michigan’s Ag & Food Protection Strategy Steering Committee, March 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

The Counterfeit Food Threat, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), February 2009, by John Spink, Ph.D.

A Time-Based Forward Error Correcting Biosensor Based on Silver-Enhanced Gold Nanoparticles, Nano and Giga Challenges in Electronics, Photonic, and Renewable Energy, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 2009, by Y. Liu, Ph.D.,  E. Alocilja, Ph.D. and S. Chakrabartty, Ph.D.

2008

The Application of Traceability and Authentication Risk Management in Corporate Sustainability, Society for Risk Analysts (SRA), Annual Conference, December 2008, by John Spink, Ph.D.

Nano-Biosensors for Biodefense, Michigan Homeland Security Market Leadership Conference, Session Four: “Biodefense and Michigan,” Dearborn, Michigan, November 2008, by E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Nanoparticle-based Electrochemical Detection of the Insertion Element Gene of Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis, Poster presentation. National Center of Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) 2008 Annual Meeting, Chaska, Minnesota. Sep 29–Oct 1, 2008, by D. Zhang, Ph.D., C. Shi, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Biosynthesis of gold nanoparticles, National Center of Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) 2008 Annual Meeting, Chaska, Minnesota. Sep 29–Oct 1, 2008, by R. Ranasinghe, Ph.D., E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Evaluation of the binding efficiency of aptamers specific to B. anthracis Sterne strain spores, poster presentation. National Center of Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) 2008 Annual Meeting, Chaska, Minnesota. Sep 29–Oct 1, 2008, by E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D.. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Aptamer selection for microorganism detection. Preliminary assays, Poster presentation, National Center of Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) 2008 Annual Meeting, Chaska, Minnesota. Sep 29–Oct 1, 2008, by B. Castro, Ph.D., E. Torres-Chavolla, Ph.D.and  E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Electrically-active polyaniline coated magnetic nanoparticles as novel concentration tool for separation of Bacillus cereus, Poster presentation, National Center of Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) 2008 Annual Meeting, Chaska, Minnesota. Sep 29–Oct 1, 2008, by S. Pal, Ph.D., H. Miller, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Electrically active nanomagnets for concentrating and detecting Bacillus anthracis spores in a direct-charge transfer biosensor, poster presentation at the 2007 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (Nano-DDS) Conference, June 18-21, 2007, Crystal City, Virginia, by S. Pal, Ph.D., E. Hummel, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Label-Free DNA Sensor on Nano-Porous Silicon-polypyrrole chip for monitoring Salmonella Species, poster presentation at the 2007 Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security (Nano-DDS) Conference, June 18-21, 2007, Crystal City, Virginia, by J. Jin, Ph.D., D. Zhang, Ph.D., E. Alocilja, Ph.D. and D. Grooms, Ph.D.

Highly Amplified Bio-barcode DNA Biosensor for the Detection of Salmonella Enteritidis, Tenth World Congress on Biosensors, Shanghai, China, May 2008, by D. Zhang, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Polyaniline-Coated Magnetic Nanoparticle as Novel Transducer in Biosensor for Detection of Bacillus anthracis Spores in Food Samples, poster presentation at the Tenth World Congress on Biosensors, Shanghai, China, May 14-16, 2008, by S. Pal, Ph.D. and E. Alocilja, Ph.D.

Nano-Biosensors for Food Defense, Symposium on Detection of Chemical and Biological Hazards in Food,” PITTCON 2008, New Orleans, LA, by E. Alocilja, Ph.D.