Food Safety and Microbiology, Food Bioprocess Technology, Food Fermentation and Biotechnology
Salam Ibrahim, a research professor in the Food and Nutrition Sciences Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. In this position, he teaches several courses including Food Microbiology and Biotechnology, Food Safety, and Experimental Foods. He also participated in food safety training (serve safe). In recent years their group has obtained funding from the USDA and NCFPD to develop a research and teaching program in the area of food protection and defense. The university has approved 3 new courses in this area: Basic food defense, risk assessment and defense systems for food commodities. Overall the research program has focused on three areas: 1) Dairy food fermentation , 2) food safety and microbiology and 3) Food bioengineering and processing.