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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

PMSRU Awards

ARS Distinguished Senior Scientist for 2003

Nelson A. Cox Jr - Campylobacter is the number one cause of bacterial food poisoning and poultry consumption is the primary vehicle of transmission.  To have identified previously overlooked sources of Campylobacter in poultry reduces the risk of human exposure and illness and is most gratifying.



ARS News Articles

Hyperspectral Imaging Speeds Detection of Campylobacter
Aug 25, 2010
Hops Extract May Reduce Clostridium in Chickens
Oct 29, 2008
New Campylobacter-Detecting Medium Licensed
Oct 16, 2007
Natural Substance Reduces Campylobacter in Chickens
Nov 16, 2005
Making Campylobacter Easier to Count
Oct 15, 2004
Campylobacter Mystery Moves Toward Resolution
Jun 14, 2001
Tracking Down Newcastle Virus
Oct 19, 1999
Nationwide Hunt Starts For Chicken Microbes
Nov 03, 1997
Last Modified: 10/5/2007