Armando Hoet, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Veterinary Preventive Medicine
College of Veterinary Medicine
Director of Veterinary Public Health Program
Zoonotic pathogens are one of the major problems worldwide that continuously jeopardize food safety and affect public health. I believe with my expertise on these agents, as well as global experience, I would be able to bring a complementary perspective to a disciplinary team as the one represented in the Food Innovation Center.
Ohio - With the majority of food produced in Costa Rica exported to the United States, food safety and food security are key issues. With the Farm the Table Program: Costa Rica 2012, Director and FIC member Armando Hoet guided Ohio State students through different food systems in Costa Rica while learning about different issues from public and animal health to food policies Read more