The 2016 Annual Report is Now Available: AR2016

2016 Programmatic Snapshots: Risk Science & Toxicology; Food & Water Safety; Nutrition & Health; Sustainable Ag & Nutrition Security

Scientific Collaboration

ILSI’s achieves its mission to provide science improving human health and well-being and safeguarding the environment by creating a platform for cooperation among experts from industry, government, academia, and other research and health organizations. We actively design our programs to foster multi-sector collaboration conducting, summarizing, and disseminating science related to the world’s most pressing health issues.

Scientific Value

Better decisions affecting public and environmental health and safety are made when they are based on good science. ILSI believes its science – as part of the larger body of scientific information – helps industries make safer, healthier products and helps governments, civil society organizations, and individual health professionals provide effective and practical guidance to promote safety, health, and well-being.

Thematic Areas Provide Focus

ILSI strategy encourages global action on identifying and then resolving outstanding scientific questions in four thematic areas that capture the core of ILSI’s work. These focus areas provide structure for responding to and raising awareness of important issues society faces. They also help elucidate new opportunities for driving scientific progress.

Food and Water Safety

ILSI science on chemical, microbial, and viral contamination of food and drinking water has helped improved safety from farm to table and source to bottle.

Food Safety | Water Safety

Nutrition and Health

ILSI improves scientific understanding of macronutrients, essential micronutrients, and food components that contribute to health beyond basic nutrition. We also explore the complex mix of physiologic and psychological factors contributing to overweight and obesity and their comorbidities.

Nutrition and Health

Risk Science and Toxicology

ILSI’s very first work in 1978 focused on the toxicology and risk/benefit of food ingredients. Since then, our clinical research and translation of science into practical tools has expanded to all areas of risk science: environmental; food and water; and consumer products.

Risk Science and Toxicology

Sustainable Agriculture and Nutrition Security

ILSI’s science and technical capacity building programs are making it possible for the world community to make informed decisions about what it will take to meet future nutrition needs in safe, sustainable ways.

Sustainable Agriculture and Nutrition Security