Congratulations to Shuai and Monica for publishing their work titled “Monitoring the interaction between thermally-induced whey protein and anthocyanin by fluorescence quenching spectroscopy” in Foods.
Congratulations to Yucheng and Monica for publishing their work on “Accumulation of Anthocyanins and Other Phytochemicals in American Elderberry Cultivars during Fruit Ripening and its Impact on Color Expression,” published in Plants.
Congratulations to Gonzalo and Monica for paper titled “Copigmentation with Chlorogenic and Ferulic AcidAffected Color and Anthocyanin Stability in ModelBeverages Colored withSambucus peruviana,Sambucus nigra, andDaucus carotaduring Storage” is accepted by Foods.
Rebecca J. Robbins, Thomas M. Collins, Maria Monica Giusti and Gregory Sigurdson get a patent approved!
Although the IFT20 Annual Meeting was virtual this year, there were a number of highlights from our lab. Congratulations to Ellia for winning the first place in the Food Chemistry Division Oral Competition! Congratulations to Shuai for winning the third place in the Food Chemistry Division oral Competition! Yucheng also did a poster presentation in the IFT20.
Nicole graduated with her Master’s and Xiaoyi graduated with her PhD in Food Science & Technology. Congratulations to both and good luck with their future endeavors!
Danielle, Yucheng are part of a team that has been awarded the first place in the Ocean Spray Student Product Development Competition for their cranberry by-product based snack Cranchee. Congratulation!
Gonzalo Miyagusuku Cruzado presented in the graduate student poster competition at the American Dairy Science Association (ASDA) Virtual Annual Meeting. His project titled “Decarboxylation of hydroxycinnamic acids by lactic acid bacteria strains isolated from dairy products” was awarded second place. The conference took place virtually due to COVID19, but Gonzalo still dressed the part and got the part! Congratulations!
Wow! These papers are pulling through!
Congratulations to Gonzalo and Monica for publishing their work on “Monitoring hydroxycinnamic acid decarboxylation by lactic acid bacteria using high-throughput UV-Vis spectroscopy,” published in Molecules.
Congratulations Monica, Greg, and Alexandra! Their article authored with Dr. Rodriguez-Saona titled “Ex-vivo and in-vivo Assessment of the Penetration of Topically Applied Anthocyanins Utilizing ATR-FTIR/PLS-Regression Models and HPLC-PDA-MS” was recently accepted for publication in Antioxidants‘ special issue on Antioxidant Capacity of Anthocyanin and Other Vegetal Pigments.