Claus, James R.
Animal Science Department, 1675 Observatory Drive, 262-0875
Meat science and technology. Fresh meat quality, muscle pigment
chemistry, tenderness, and processed meats technology relative to red
meats and poultry.
3256 Veterinary Medicine Bldg, 2015 Linden Dr, 265-2670
Large animal urinary, anemia and endocrinology; septic shock syndrome.
Jeffries, Thomas (joint with Bacteriology)
Forest Product Laboratory, One Gifford Pinchot Drive, 231-9453
Johnson, Eric A. (joint with Bacteriology)
Physiology of toxigenic gram-positive sporeforming bacteria,
especially Clostridium botulinum. Research on botulinum toxin.
Microbiological safety of foods. Natural antimicrobial systems.
Yeast fermentations and food spoilage.
Kaspar, Charles W.
Microbial ecology, gastrointestinal microbiology, and molecular biology of bacterial stress protection systems.
Richards, Mark P.
Animal Science Department, 1675 Observatory Drive, email@example.com
Lipid Oxidation processes that affect quality in muscle foods.
Investigation into mechanisms of lipid oxidation mediated by the heme
proteins, hemoglobin and myoglobin.
Grace (Lewis) Voronin
Assistant Professor L/I, University of Wisconsin-River Falls,
Department of Animal and Food Science.
Research focused on technology, product development and processing systems in the
dairy foods space.
Assistant Professor L/I, University of Wisconsin-Platteville,
Department of Animal and Dairy Science.
Research focuses on dairy product development and processing, and utilization of
Mycotoxins and food safety. Fungal molecular genetics, Signal transduction, and Physiology.