A five-year project funded by USDA NIFA Hatch funds which represented a significant portion of my group’s startup funds.
To support the long-term goal of developing a flexible applied food safety laboratory, Hatch funds will be used to support the following initial, discrete projects:
- Genomics and Engineering Tools for Persistent Pathogen Identification and Control.
- Single-Kernel Sorting to Remove Mycotoxins from Cereals.
- Systems Approaches to Valuing Reductions in Foodborne Pathogen Contamination of Foods.
More information can be found on the funder’s database.