[Implanteus Lectures] 15th March, “Maintaining Almond (Prunus dulcis) Quality in a Warmer World”, Alyson E. Mitchell

The Implanteus graduate school of Avignon University proposes for its third year a cycle of scientific conferences, combining face-to-face and distance lectures.

The conference will take place online.

Wednesday March 15th
at 3 pm

“Maintaining Almond (Prunus dulcis) Quality in a Warmer World”, Alyson E. Mitchell (UC Davis University, FST, USA)

To follow the conference online, go here: https://bbb.univ-avignon.fr/b/fay-vdw-wco

Do not forget to indicate last name, first name and laboratory under your photo on the online platform.

Alyson Mitchell is a Professor of Food Chemistry in the Department of Food Science, and Lead Faculty Advisor for the Food Science major at UC Davis. She received her B.S. in Environmental Toxicology and her PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of California Davis. Dr. Mitchell is a Fellow of the American Chemical Society and co-Director the Food Safety and Measurement Facility at UC Davis. Her research program focusses on the chemical understanding of foods with the goal of increasing their quality, health impact, and improving use of co-product streams, and innovating processing for a more sustainable food supply.

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