Salam A. Ibrahim
Food Microbiology Laboratory, North Carolina A&T State University, USA
Currently is working as a research professor in the Food and Nutrition Sciences Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. In this position, he teach several courses including Food Microbiology, Food Safety, Food Biotechnology, Experimental Foods and other related courses. His research program has focused on two main areas: 1) food safety and microbiology and 2) dairy food fermentation and biotechnology. In addition, he is the faculty coach for the dairy products evaluation team at the university.
Dairy Processing and technology, Food Bioprocess Technology, Food Fermentation and Biotechnology, Food Safety and Microbiology