Food Science News
Bianchini, A. (2012, June) Stability of Mycotoxins in Processing, Mycotoxins, The 31st Annual Midwest AOAC Meeting and Exposition
Bianchini, A. (2012, May) Seven steps to solve Salmonella you may not have thought of! Capitalizing on the Companion Animal, The Alltech 28th International Symposium, Lexington, KY
Benson, A. (2011, May) Factors that govern configuration of the vertebrate gut microbiome: how much "G" and how much "E"? Seminar speaker, The Ohio State University program in Nutrition
Benson, A. (2011, June) The gut microbiome as a complex, poygenic trait in the emerging Collaborative Cross lines. Mouse Models of Human Cancers Consortium Meeting
Benson, A. (2011, June) Species composition of the gut microbiota in murine models; a complex, polygenic trait. Plenary talk at Mouse Genetics 2011
Bianchini, A. (2011, January) Current issues in pet food safety. Pet Food Conference, Atlanta, GA
Bianchini, A. (2011, May) Risk management: Approaches for pet food protection. Alltech’s 27th Annual International Animal health and Nutrition Symposium, Lexington, KT.
Bianchini, A. (2011, June) Mycotoxins: A problem of the past and the present. 11th Annual Southern Feed and Grain Convention, Destin, FL.
Bianchini, A. (2011, July) Aflatoxinas: Incidencia y effectos del procesamiento de alimentos. Seminario: Calidad y Procesamiento de Granos para la obtenciόn de Harinas, Guatemala City
Flores, R. A. (2011) Grinding Process Optimization in the Production of Flours. Grain Quality and Processing for Obtaining Flour Workshop, Guatemala City, Guatemala.
Flores, R. A. (2011). Inocuidad de Alimentos en el Procesamiento de Frutas y Vegetales. Primer Seminario Internacional de Alimentos Procesados Hortifrutículas, Talca, Chile.
Flores, R. A. (2011) Centre for Science and Food Technology and Food Science Department. Grain Quality and Processing for Obtaining Flour Workshop, Guatemala City, Guatemala.
Goodman, R. (2011, February) Changes in assessing the potential allergenicity of biotechnology products (Genetically Modified Crops). Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Meeting, European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Venice, Italy
Goodman, R. (2011, February) Serum IgE testing and basophil histamine release to evaluate the potential food allergenicity of Genetically Modified cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata). 1st conference South Asia Association of Allergy Asthma & Clinical Immunology, New Delhi, India.
Goodman, R. (2011, September) Allergenicity evaluation of new genetically modified proteins and novel food ingredients. First International Workshop on the Food and Environmental Safety Assessment of Genetically Modified Animals.
Goodman, R. (2011, August) Assessing the potential allergenicity of genetically modified organisms used in foods. BIT-Molecular and Cell biology, Beijing, China
Hallen-Adams, H. (2011, April) The fungus among us. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Lincoln, NE
Hallen-Adams, H. (2011, July) Deoxynivalenol and related compounds in wheat - a natural history and future directions. Invited presentation at the Midwest chapter, Association of Analytical Chemists, Lincoln, NE.
Hallen-Adams, H. (2011, August) Fungal profiling and ecology of the healthy human gut. Contributed presentation at the Annual meeting of the Mycological Society of America, Fairbanks, AK
Kyureghian, G., Capps Jr., O., Nayga Jr., R. (2011, July). A Missing Variable Imputation Methodology with an Emperical Application. Paper presented at the AAEA & NAREA Joint Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.
Ratnayake, W.S. (2011) Bean nutraceuticals: Properties and functionality in foods. Invited presentation. Universidad Del Valle De Guatemala. Via Polycom. March 17 & 29.
Ratnayake, W. (2011, August) Innovative applications of dry edible beans in food manufacturing. Sino-U.S. Nutrition and Health Seminar - Applications of dry edible beans in food manufacturing, Beijing, China
Rose, D. J., Inglett, G. E. (2011) Autohydrolysis of cereal bran for the production of feruloylated arabinoxylan hydrolysates. American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
Rose, D. J. (2011) Designer carbohydrates to deliver functional ingredients to targeted areas of the gastrointestinal tract. American Chemical Society Central Regional Meeting, Indianapolis, IN
Taylor, S. (2011, May) On Food Allergies and School Foodservice. Commodity Distributors Assoc. Mtg, New Orleans, LA
Taylor, S. (2011, May) Food Allergen Training. Lundberg Family Farms, Richvale CA
Taylor, S. (2011, May) Is It Possible to Say Too Much? National Small Food Manufacturers Conference, Omaha NE
Taylor, S. (2011, June) Swabs to Products: A Commentary on Sensitivity. Midwest Assoc. of Official Analytical Chemists Mtg, Lincoln NE
Taylor, S. (2011, June) The Role of Nutritionists/Dietitians and the Food Industry in Protecting Food-Allergic Individuals. European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology Mtg, Istanbul, Turkey
Taylor, S. (2011, July) The Gluten-Free Trend. ConAgra Grain Processing, Omaha NE
Taylor, S. (2011, August) The Science of Thresholds: Next Steps in Allergen Control. International Association of Food Protection Mtg, Milwaukee, WI
Walter J. (2011, February) Ecology and assemply of the gut microbiota and regulation of community structure and function. Symposium on the Intestinal Microbiota and Resistance to Infection. University Hospital Kiel, Germany.
Walter J. (2011, June) Lactobacillus reuteri, a true human gut symbiont. BioGaia Research Network Workshop. BioGaia Head Office, Stockholm, Sweden.
Walter J. (2011, June) Ecological processes that affect assembly and community structure of the gastrointestinal microbiota. At the Max-Planck-Institute for Neurobiology, Departmental Seminar. Munich, Germany.
Walter J. (2011, July) The evolution of the vertebrate gut symbiont Lactobacillus reuteri. At the Institute of Food Research, Departmental Seminar. Norwich, England.
Walter J. (2011, July) The ecology of lactobacilli in the gastrointestinal tract: Implications for probiotic strategies. Sacco S.r.l. (http://www.saccosrl.it), Company. Italy
Walter J. (2011, August) The evolution of the vertebrate gut symbiont Lactobacillus reuteri. At Ohio State University, College of Dentistry. Departmental Seminar. Columbus, Ohio.