Background and Education:
University of North Carolina at CHapel Hill(UNC-CH)
Major area of study: Food and Enviromental Virology
Supporting areas of study: Quantitative Risk Assessment and Epidemiology
June, 1982, M.S. Animal Sciences
Major area of study: Food Microbiology
May, 1979, B.S. Food Science
Development of a Virion Extraction Method for the Detection of Human Enteric Viruses by Reverse Transcriptase-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) and Oligoprobing (OP).
Carol Domboski, M.S. candidate
Evaluation of minimal heat treatments to control Vibrio vulnificus in Oysters.
Paris Leggit, M.S. candidate
Rapid Molecular Methods for the Detection of Viral Contamination of Foods.
Lisa Lucore, Ph.D. candidate
Development of Methods to Concentrate and Purify Enteric Pathogens from Dairy Products for Detection using Polymerase Chain Reaction(PCR).
Soraya Rosenfield, M.S. candidate
Development of Methods Polymerase Chain Reaction Methods(PCR) to Detect Salmonella Species in Foods.