Bing Wang

 
Research Area:
Dr. Wang is a human health risk analyst, particularly applying risk assessment approach in addressing food safety issues. Her primary research interests center around human health risk assessment, epidemiology and research synthesis methodologies.

Five most recent publications:

  • Wang B, and Gray GM. Concordance of noncarcinogenic endpoints in rodent chemical bioassays. Risk Analysis 2014.
  • Hu J, Wang B, Sahyoun N. Application of the key events dose-response framework to folate metabolism. Crit Rev Food Sci. 2013; In press.
  • O'Connor AM, Wang B, Liu Y, Denagamage T, McKean JD. Process mapping the prevalence of Salmonella contamination on pork carcass from slaughter to chilling: A systematic review approach. Foodborne Pathog Dis. 2012; 9:386-95.
  • Hurd HS, Yaeger MJ, Brudvig J, Taylor DD, Wang B. Lesion severity at processing plant used as a measure of pig health to predict the risk of Salmonella contamination. Am J Vet Res. 2012; 73:91-97.
  • Wang B, Wang C, McKean JD, Logue CM, Gebreyes WA, Tivendale KA, O'Connor AM. Salmonella enterica in swine production: Assessing the association between amplified fragment length polymorphism and epidemiological units of concern in swine production. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011; 77(22):8080-8087.
PDFs

Concordance of Noncarcinogenic Endpoints in Rodent Chemical Bioassays (PDF 593 KB)

Bing Wang
Assistant Professor

Education:
B.S. Veterinary Medicine, China Agricultural University

M.S. Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, China Agricultural University

Ph.D Veterinary Microbiology, Iowa State University

Post-Doc, Unversity of Maryland, George Washington University

Contact Information:
250 Food Innovation Center
Lincoln, NE 68588-6205
402 472 2517
bing.wang@unl.edu