Food Research


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Personnel

John Brian (Brian) Alford
Assistant Professor
Fishery conservation and management

Natalie Ruth Bumgarner
Assistant Professor

Doris H. D'Souza
Professor
Foodborne pathogens

Thomas (Tom) Denes
Assistant Professor
Molecular Microbiology and Bacteriophage

Vermont Punongba Dia
Assistant Professor
Food Chemistry and Food Bioactives

Andrea Sketch (Andi) Lear
Clinical Instructor
Food Animal Field Services

Scott Lenaghan
Assistant Professor

Nathan Miller
Extension Assistant I
Food Safety

Mark Thomas Morgan
Professor and Head

Chika C. Okafor
Assistant Professor
Food Safety & Epidemiology

Avat Shekoofa
Assistant Professor
Water Stress and Irrigation of Agronomic Crops

Emily Ruth Urban
Programs Administrator

Brian Whitlock
Assistant Professor
Field Services, Theriogenology

Tao Wu
Associate Professor
Food Carbohydrates

Xiaofei (Philip) Ye
Professor
Value-added bioprocess engineering

Qixin Zhong
Professor
Food physical properties

 

News

UTIA Research Presence Expands in Belize, 7/5/2018

Development of Novel DNA-Based Methods for Detection of Bt Resistant Fall Armyworms, 5/31/2018

UTIA/MTSU Partnership Establishes Organic Forage Cropping Systems, 3/8/2018

Faculty 360 | Tao Wu, 1/11/2018

AgResearch Faculty and Staff Presented with Awards at 2017 UTIA Luncheon, 11/8/2017

Promoting the Responsible Conduct of Research at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, 11/1/2017

Promotion and Tenure 2017, 10/16/2017

A New Generation of Faculty, 8/2/2017

New Ventures | GAP Connections, 7/26/2017

Faculty 360 | John Munafo, 7/12/2017

Video


(1 mention)

Tennessee Magic Moments 
Teaming with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Farm Bureau Federation, and producer groups across the state to raise awareness of the importance of agriculture to our state and in our lives.



(1 mention)

Organic Vegetables 
The earth provides the foods we eat -- including healthy vegetables. UT researchers are studying how best to grow these crops, and part of that work involves organic farming.


 

Recent Publications

Foodborne Viruses: Methods for Control.  D'Souza, D. H.  2018.  Proc., Symposium at TN State University on Nonthermal Approaches to Enhance Food Safety.

Genetically Modified Labeling: The Role of Consumers’ Trust and Personality DeLong, K. L., and C. Grebitus.  2018.  Agribusiness: an International Journal, 34(2):266-282. [Abstract]

Foodborne viral pathogens.  Gibson, KE, D. H. D'Souza, and A. Hall.  2018.  ASM Press, Ed. MP Doyle and RL Buchanan.

Bioactive natural products in plant disease control Gwinn, K. D.  2018.  Studies in Natural Product Chemistry, Studies in Natural Products Chemistry Vol. 56: Copyright: © Elsevier 2018 Published: 1st February 2018 Elsevier Editors: Atta-ur-Rahman. [Abstract]

Crossmodal Correspondence Between Color, Shapes, and Wine Odors Heatherly, M., M. Dein, J. P. Munafo, and C. R. Luckett.  2018.  Food Quality & Preference. [Abstract]

Crossmodal Correspondence between Wine Aroma and Visual Cues.  Heatherly, M., M. Foley, J. P. Munafo, and C. R. Luckett.  2018.  Chemical Senses, Volume 43, Issue 4, 23 April 2018, Pages e1–e136. [Abstract]

Food Attitudes of Anosmics Across Different Cultures.  Luckett, C. R., R. Pellegrino, T. Hummel, R. Emrich, T. Trone, R. Chandra, J. Turner, and C. Dormindy.  2018.  Chemical Senses, Volume 43, Issue 4, 23 April 2018, Pages e1–e136. [Abstract]

Nutrition and food habits of eastern elk.  Muller, L. I.  2018.  Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, D. White, J. Cox, and J. Larkin (editors). Elk in eastern North America. Missoula, Montana, USA.

Retronasal Habituation: Characterization and Impact on Flavor Perception using Time-Intensity.  Pellegrino, R., A. Atchley, S. Ali, J. Shingleton, and C. R. Luckett.  2018.  Chemical Senses, Volume 43, Issue 4, 23 April 2018, Pages e1–e136. [Abstract]

Breeding for improved oil quality in high yielding soybean lines using molecular markers for selecting FAD2-1A, FAD2-1B, FAD3A and FAD3C mutant alleles to produce a high oleic, low linolenic (HOLL) soybean.  Willette, A.  2018.  M.S. Thesis. [Abstract]

Breeding for improved oil quality in high yielding soybean lines using molecular markers for selecting fAD3A and FAD3C mutant alleles.  A. Willette, H. Bhandari, C. E. Sams, F. Chen, V. R. Sykes, C. Smallwood, and V. R. Pantalone.  2017.  World Soybean Research Conference 10, Poster completed and displayed in Plant Biotechnology Bldg. Conference cancelled due to Hurricane Irma. [Abstract]

2015-2017 4-H Food Smart Families quarter 2.2 report.  Brawner, S.  2017.  National 4-H Council.