Food Innovation Center

Collaborating for a healthier, hunger-free world.

Ahmed Yousef, Ph.D.

Food Science and Technology
College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences

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(614) 292-7814

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Primary Food Innovation Center Area: Food Safety
Areas of Expertise: antimicrobial peptides, ozone, decontamination, foodborne pathogens, inactivation mechanisms

I envision this Center as a medium for sharing ideas and collectively sensing future directions in safety and health-promoting aspects of food. The Center helps members imagine novel solutions to the emerging health challenges such as the rising risk of food-transmitted diseases, obesity, and other ailments related to food-intake. I have attempted to diagnose the risks emanating from the presence and growth of pathogens in food and develop practical means to minimize or eliminate this risk. My collection of biocidal tools includes ozone sanitization, natural antimicrobial peptides, and bioelectro-technologies. The Center will facilitate true collaboration based on synergy and complementation. With a collegial academic environment and seed funding, the Center benefits many researchers campus-wide.

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