Teaching and/or Extension Activities:
Research interests involve food allergies and allergy-like diseases, the development of immunochemical methods for the detection of allergens, proteins, and toxins; the assessment of the allergenicity of food ingredients derived from commonly allergenic foods; and the effect of food processing on food allergens. Co-Director: Food Allergy Research & Resource Program.
Five Selected Publications:
- Koppelman, S. J., J. A. Nordlee, P.-W. Lee, R. P. Happe, M. Hessing, R. Norland, T. Manning, R. Deschene, G. A. H. de Jong, and S. L. Taylor. 2012. Parvalbumin in fish skin-derived gelatin. Food Additives Contaminants, Part A 29:1347-1355.
- Remington, B. C., J. L. Baumert, D. B. Marx, and S. L. Taylor. 2013. Quantitative risk assessment of foods containing peanut advisory labeling. Food Chem. Toxicol. 62:179-187.
- Taylor, S. L., J. L. Baumert, A. G. Kruizinga, B. C. Remington, R. W. R. Crevel, S. Brooke-Taylor, K. J. Allen, The Allergen Bureau of Australia & New Zealand, and G. Houben. 2014. Establishment of Reference Doses for residues of allergenic foods: report of the VITAL Expert Panel. Food Chem. Toxicol. 63:9-17.
- Downs, M. L., A. Semic-Jusufagic, A. Simpson, A. Custovic, J. Barta, M. Fernandez-Rivas, S. L. Taylor, J. L. Baumert, and E. N. C. Mills. 2014. Characterization of low molecular weight allergens from English walnut (Juglans regia). J. Agr. Food Chem.. 62:11767-11775.
- Jayasena, S., M. Smits, D. Fiechter, G. A. H. de Jong, J. Nordlee, J. Baumert, S. L. Taylor, R. H. Pieters, and S. J. Koppelman. 2015. Comparison of six commercial ELISA test kits for their specificity and sensitivity in detecting different major peanut allergens. J. Agr. Food Chem. 63:1849-1855.
M.S. Food Science and Technology, Oregon State University
Ph.D. Biochemistry, Universityof California-Davis
Environmental Toxicology Nutritution, University of California-Davis
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