About

Hi there–

I recently finished my doctorate in food science, focusing on microbiology (bacteria) and food safety. More specifically, I study how some Salmonella enterica and some Listeria monocytogenes are more likely to survive food processing and make you sick. I’m starting a faculty job in food safety in the Northeastern U.S. next January, so I’m looking for summer undergraduates and Masters students for spring and fall 2019. Contact me if you’re interested in learning about a career in food safety!

Please note that the information and advice here is intended to inform your judgment on food safety and is suitable for most circumstances, but is not intended to cover all possible scenarios. This is especially true if you are immunocompromised, elderly, pregnant, or have young children. For these scenarios, please refer to the USDA’s guidelines on food safety for your category (below).

https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/food-safety-education/get-answers/food-safety-fact-sheets/at-risk-populations/at-risk-underserved