Dr. Medina was co-chair of two scientific sessions at the 2018 Conference of Food Engineering (CoFE) Meeting in Minneapolis. She also presented two research works entitled "Quinoa oil: a good source of bioactive phytochemicals" and "Assessment of oxidative stability of home-cooked meat products in US using a processomic approach", the latter derived from Lisa's work on COPs and risk assessment.
Josh paper "Early mechanical leaf removal in Merlot (Vitis vinifera L.) enhances fruit technological maturity and alters the flavonoid metabolomic profile" has been accepted in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry! This is the first manuscript resulting from a synergistic collaboration between our and Dr. Sabbatini Lab at Dept. of Horticulture.
Lisa and Matthew review paper in Food and Chemical Toxicology was featured on the Food Safety Briefs of the North America International Life Sciences Institute (NA-ILSI) in the section "Risk Assessment"!