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  • ファイル名: Alternative Proteins: Safety and Food Security Considerations (English Edition) 本 無料 pdf.
  • ISBN : 94389189
  • リリース日 : 4 10月 2020
  • ページ数 : 122 ページ
  • 著者 : Alaa El-Din A Bekhit (編集)
  • 作成者情報 : Alaa El-Din A Bekhit (編集)
  • エディター : 独立した出版社

 

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Alaa El-Din A. Bekhit, PhD, earned his PhD in Biochemistry from Lincoln University, New

Zealand in 2004. His PhD research investigated the role of metmyoglobin reducing activity in the

maintenance of fresh meat colour. He obtained his MSc in Food Process Engineering from the

University of Reading, UK, in 1994.

Dr. Bekhit is an Associate Professor at the Food Science Department, University of Otago, New

Zealand. He also holds an Honorary Distinguished Professor post in the Food Science and

Pharmacy College, Xinjiang Agricultural University; and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural

Sciences (CAAS); Honorary Associate Professor in College of Food and Agricultural Sciences,

King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi; and Adjunct Associate Professor in Faculty of

Agriculture and Life Sciences, Lincoln University, New Zealand. He has been active in

studying meat quality and muscle foods for 29 years. He published more than 200 research

articles, 50 review articles and >40 book chapters. Aladin led several major research projects that

aimed at understanding composition, biochemistry, functionality and potential applications of

proteins from oilseed cakes, whey, blood, snails and wool. He also carried out several projects on

the quality of muscle foods and the processing of co-products such as animals offal and fish roe.

William W. Riley, PhD, was awarded his PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from Cornell

University, his MSc in Exercise Physiology from the University of Tennessee and his BSc in

Physical Education from the University of Massachusetts.

Dr. Riley worked as a National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow in Biochemistry at the

University of Minnesota, in Austin, Minnesota. Since then, he has served as an Assistant Professor

in the Department of Food and Nutrition at North Dakota State University, a Senior Clinical

Research Associate in the Medical Department, at Ross Laboratories in Columbus, Ohio, and as a

Research Associate and Lecturer in the Department of Zoology, University of Manitoba,

Winnipeg, Canada. From 1993–95, Dr. Riley held the position of Adjunct Professor in the

Department of Food and Nutrition at the University of Manitoba while serving as Vice President,

Research and Development with the Canola Council of Canada in Winnipeg.

In 2006, Dr. Riley moved to China and assumed the position of Professor, Food Quality and

Safety in the International School at Jinan University. He has also worked within the animal feed

and veterinary pharmaceutical industries while living in Guangzhou and Nanjing, having served in

various technical consulting roles for Chinese and foreign companies. At present, he is serving as

Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Food Science and Nutrition at the University of the

Philippines-Diliman, and as Technical Consultant to a number of Asian and North American

companies.

Malik A. Hussain, PhD, is a food microbiologist and an active food professional. He holds a PhD

degree in food microbiology from the University of Melbourne (Australia) and a master’s in food

technology from the University of Agriculture Faisalabad (Pakistan) with distinction. He was

awarded OECD Fellowship 2014 to work on a collaborative research project at Guelph Food

Research Centre, Canada. Over more than 20 years, he has worked on several academic, research,

technical and industrial positions in different countries including Australia, Canada, New Zealand

and Pakistan.

In academia, he has extensive experience in food science teaching and research supervision at

world-renowned universities (i.e., the University of Melbourne, Australia; Queensland University

of Technology, Australia; Lincoln University, New Zealand, University of Sydney, Australia). As

a food safety expert, he worked at world-leading agencies (i.e., NSW Food Authority, Sydney,

Australia; Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada) in food safety regulation, risk assessment, food

policy and standards development. He was the former associate director at the Centre for Food

Research and Innovation (CFRI) of Lincoln University. Dr Hussain completed a variety of

industry-led projects on the development of functional foods (probiotics), food safety and

microbial proteomics. His research interests are to improve applications of probiotics through

understanding the microbial physiology and stress responses. He has published more than 100

scholarly documents in food science area and over 50 conference abstracts. He is the founder and

initiator of Asia-Pacific Probiotics workshops in the region. He is an executive director of Asia-

Pacific Institute of Food Professional (APIFP). He maintains memberships of several professional

associations and sits on scientific committees of many international conferences and symposiums.

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