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Collaborations

The Eastern Regional Research Center has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASK, LINCOLN, NE,
  • Shiga-Toxigenic Escherichia Coli (STEC) in the Beef Chain: Assessing and Mitigating the Risk by Translational Science, Education & Outreach
  • CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA, THE, Philadelphia, PA,
  • Dietary Influence on the Population and Structure of the Human Gut Microbiota
  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY, INC, ITHACA, NY,
  • Partnership between USDA-ARS and the Food Science Department of Cornell University
  • Enhancing Food Safety Education by Incorporating Simulation-Based Learning
  • FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF RIO GRANDE DO SUL, PORTE ALEGRE, ,
  • Fast Pyrolysis of Biomass with Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil
  • FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, College Park, MD,
  • Process efficacy investigation of infectious norovirus particle ratios and enteric viral surrogates levels in environmental and food samples
  • GUANGXI BUFFALO RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NANNING 530001, ,
  • Isolating and Characterizing Lactic Acid Bacteria from Buffalo Milk
  • HENAN AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, HENAN, ,
  • Development of Chinese Predictive Microbial Models Databases for Meat Safety
  • IQSTAP, CHINESE ACADEMY OF AGRIC. SCIENCE, BEIJING, ,
  • Development of Testing Technologies for Chemical Residues and Data Processing and Mining Method for Risk Assessment
  • KOREA FOOD RESEARCH INSTITUTE, SONGNAM 463-746, ,
  • Collaborative Research in the Areas of Food Safety and Function Food Development Based on Dairy and Other Agricultural Resources
  • LEATHER RESEARCH LABORATORY, Cincinnati, OH,
  • Training of Technical Individuals in the Leather Industry in Tannery Operation and New Technologies developed at ERRC
  • POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE OF BARGANCA, , ,
  • Innovative Integral Approaches for Ensuring Microbial Safety of Mediterranean Artisanal Fermented Foods (ArtiSaneFood)
  • Development of Predictive Microbial Models for Risk Assessment of High-Priority Foodborne Pathogens
  • PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN,
  • Advanced Development of Innovative Technologies & Systematic Approaches to Foodborne Hazard Detection & Characterization for Improving Food Safety
  • RODALE INSTITUTE, KUTZTOWN, PA,
  • Enhancement of Crop Growth Through Utilization of Arb
  • RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY, NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ,
  • Development of Edible Film and Active Packaging Materials for Food Coating and Packaging
  • SHANGHAI ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, SHANGHAI, ,
  • Development of Predictive Microbial Models for Risk Assessment of High-Priority Foodborne Pathogens in Fresh Produce and Edible Fungi
  • TAJIKISTAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, DUSHANBE, ,
  • Byproducts from Pectin Extraction Processing
  • TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, PHILADELPHIA, PA,
  • Rapid In Vivo Detection of Aminoglycoside Resistance using Laser Electrospray Mass Spectrometry
  • Effect of Food Ingredients on Gut Microbiota
  • Effects of Chlorine on Gut Microbiota in the Mouse Models
  • TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PHILADELPHIA, PA,
  • Microbial Culture Studies to Develop a Stable Human Microbiota Community
  • UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SYSTEM, ORONO, ME,
  • Development of a Novel Pyrolysis Process for the Distributed Production of Deoxygenated, Stable Bio-Oil
  • Enhancing the Safety and Quality of Fresh Produce and Low-Moisture Foods by Waterless Non-Thermal Technologies
  • UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA, , ,
  • New Feature to Increase the Deposition and Analysis of Data in COMBASE
  • USDA, APHIS, WILDLIFE SERVICES, LAKEWOOD, CO,
  • Artificial Bait Optimization for Landscape-scale Brown Treesnake Suppression
  • VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY IN THE STATE OF PENNSYLV, VILLANOVA, PA,
  • Identification of New Plant Extracts that Possess Anti-bacterial Activities and Investigation of the Modes of Action Using System Biology
  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA,
  • Development of Composite Materials with More Cellulosic Fibers and Less Conventional Thermoplastics for Light Weight - Bearing Applications