Name: Zhao Chen

Qualification: Ph.D

Country: China

Affiliation:

School of Veterinary Medicine,
University of California,
Davis.

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Address:

China

Research Interests:

  • Survival, detection, and inactivation of foodborne pathogens and food spoilage microorganisms
  • Mathematical modelling and predictive microbiology
  • Postharvest biology and technology
  • Prolonging the shelf-life of foods

Biography:

Abstracts/Presentations

  1. Wang, H., Chen, Z., Jiang, X. Optimizing methods for recovering heat-injured Enterococcus faecium and indigenous enterococci in turkey litter compost. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, 07/2017 (Poster presentation).
  2. Chen, Z., Jiang, X. Selection of indigenous indicator microorganisms for validating desiccationadapted Salmonella reduction in physically heat-treated poultry litter. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, 08/2016 (Poster presentation).
  3. Wang, H., Chen, Z., Gong, C., Jiang, X. Thermal inactivation of avian virus surrogates in aged chicken litter. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, 08/2016 (Poster presentation).
  4. Chen, Z., Wang, H., Ionita, C., Jiang, X. Effect of chicken litter freshness on thermal resistance of desiccation-adapted Salmonella spp. Western Food Safety Summit, Salinas, CA, 05/2015 (Poster presentation).
  5. Chen, Z., Wang, H., Jiang, X. Developing a two-step heat treatment for inactivating desiccationadapted Salmonella in aged chicken litter. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 08/2014 (Poster presentation).
  6. Chen, Z. Developing a two-step heat treatment for inactivating desiccation-adapted Salmonella in aged chicken litter. Clemson Biological Sciences Annual Student Symposium, Clemson, SC, 02/2014 (Poster presentation).
  7. Wang, H., Chen, Z., Jiang, X. Optimizing a culture method for detecting Non-O157 Shiga Toxin-producing Escherichia coli from dairy compost. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 08/2014 (Poster presentation).
  8. Chen, Z., Diao, J., Ionita, C., Jiang, X. Thermal inactivation of desiccation-adapted Salmonella spp. in aged chicken litter. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 07/2013 (Poster presentation).
  9. Diao, J., Chen, Z., Jiang, X. Influence of compost particle size on pathogen survival under greenhouse condition. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 07/2013 (Poster presentation).
  10. Chen, Z., Jiang, X. Thermal inactivation of desiccation-adapted Salmonella spp. in aged chicken litter. Clemson University Life Sciences Facility Dedication Ceremony, Clemson, SC, 02/2013 (Poster presentation).
  11. Chen, Z., Jiang, X. Thermal inactivation of desiccation-adapted Salmonella spp. in aged chicken litter. American Society for Microbiology – South Carolina Branch Meeting, Columbia, SC, 10/2012 (Oral presentation).