sakazakii - Control and Detection Methods
Dong-Hyun Kang, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Dept. Food Sci & Human
Nutri. Washington State University
In 1994, Dr. Kang joined Dr.
Daniel Y.C. Fung's laboratory for his Ph.D. research works at
Kansas State University. In 1997, he got a Ph.D. in Dr. Fung's lab and
a Postdoctor fellow (1997-1999).
In 1999, Dr. Kang moved to
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA/ARS/MARC,
Clay Center, NE) worked as Research Microbiologist. During these times,
his research works and publications were concentrated on Food Safety field.
In 2000, Dr. Kang was appointed
as an Assistant Professor in Department of Food Science
and Human Nutrition at Washington State University (Pullman, WA) and as
an Associate Professor (2006). Dr. Kang has more than 70 publications
in journals and proceedings. He has gained an international reputation
as a researcher on rapid methods and automation in microbiology at symposia
in Canada, Mexico, Korea, Japan, India, the United States.
He is Assistant editor of Journal
of Rapid Methods and Automation in Microbiology and working as editorial
board for Journal of Applied Microbiology, Letters in Microbiology, Journal
of Food Protection.
He become Director for Center of detection in National Alliance for Food
Safety and Security (2006) and a recipient of the Samuel Cate Prescott
Award from IFT (2006).