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Juming Tang, Ph.D.

Regents’ Professor,
Department Chair &
Distinguished Chair of Food Engineering


Introduction

Juming Tang’s work is in the Food Engineering Emphasis Area. He holds several patents and numerous awards and honors for his research into Microwave Pasteurization, Microwave Sterilization of food, and Low Moisture Food Safety.

He is currently the principal investigator of a multi-institutional team represented by members of industry, academia, and government investigating engineering solutions to ensure microbial safety of frozen and refrigerated meals in retail markets. He is also director of the Microwave Sterilization Consortium, again represented by members of industry, academia, and government that was awarded the first ever industrial microwave sterilization process approval from the US Federal Drug Administration (FDA).

More Information

Please visit Juming Tang Professional Site for more about his work.

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Dr. Juming Tang

Email Dr. Tang
509-335-2140

L.J. Smith Hall 208
Biological Systems Engineering
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6120


Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Tang’s Professional Site
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My Research In the News

  • WSU researchers join $9.8M project to study low-moisture food safety

     

    July 2, 2020  |  WSU Insider
    Pullman, WA

    Low-moisture foods, like cereals and flour, dried fruit and nuts, have been recalled repeatedly in the last few years, posing health risks to consumers and economic threats to businesses.

    Juming Tang, Regents Professor in WSU’s Department of Biological Systems Engineering, and Meijun Zhu, Associate Professor in the School of Food Science, are collaborating in a Michigan State University-led, USDA-funded investigation of pathogens in these foods.

    Bradley Marks, chair of the MSU Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, leads a team of economists, engineers, microbiologists, consumer … » More …

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