Sarah Buchholz receives 1st-place in the undergraduate poster competition at IAFP 2016

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MSU Students Win Big at IAFP 2016

Two students from the research team of Dr. Bradley Marks recently won national awards at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Food Protection (Aug 2016, in St. Louis, MO).  Ian Hildebrandt, biosystems engineering Ph.D. student (and current ORISE Fellow with the FDA) won 2nd place in developing scientist poster competition, with his poster entitled “Quantifying Reproducibility of Salmonella Thermal Resistance through a Multi-laboratory Comparison.” Sarah Buchholz, recent biosystems engineering B.S. graduate won 1st place in the undergraduate poster competition, with her poster entitled “Effects of Temperature, Water Activity, and Structure on Thermal Resistance of Salmonella in Dates and Date Paste.”  This was the third year in a row that students from Dr. Marks’s research team won at least one of the graduate or undergraduate awards at IAFP.

Photo of -	Sarah Buchholz receiving 1st-place in the undergraduate poster competition at IAFP 2016, presented by IAFP Program Chair-Elect, Dr. Alvin Lee.
Sarah Buchholz receives 1st-place in the undergraduate poster competition at IAFP 2016, presented by IAFP Program Chair-Elect, Dr. Alvin Lee.