Cangliang Shen, Ph.D. Colorado State University
Office: TCCW 314
BIOL 226 Microbial Biology & Diversity
BIOL 227 Lab Microbial Biology & Diversity
BIOL 208 Lab General Microbiology
Food microbiology research in my lab will be focus on meat and/or produce safety.
Meat Safety: developing procedures to control foodborne pathogens during meat or poultry products processing, including stress adaptation and resistance of microorganisms to preservation procedures.
Fresh Produce Safety: developing effective postharvest sanitizing procedures for reducing food safety risks on fresh produces.
Ph.D. (2009) - Food Microbiology (Meat Safety), Department of Animal Sciences, Center for Meat Safety & Quality, Colorado State University
M.S. (2006) - Theoretical Veterinary Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, Nanjing Agricultural University, China
Bachelor Veterinary Medicine (2004) - College of Veterinary Medicine, Nanjing Agricultural University, China
Referred Journal Articles:
Cangliang Shen, Yaguang Luo, Xiangwu Nou, Qin Wang, and Patricia Millner. 2012. The Dynamic Effects of Free Chlorine Concentration, Organic Load, and Exposure Time on the Inactivation of Salmonella, Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Non-O157 STEC. Journal of Food Protection. (Under Revising)
Cangliang Shen, Ifigenia Geornaras, Patricia A. Kendall and John N. Sofos. 2011. Evaluation of microwave oven heating and salad dressings to control Listeria monocytogenes on diced ham and turkey breast. Food Protection Trends. March: 16-23
Cangliang Shen, Ifigenia Geornaras, Keith E. Belk, Gary C. Smith and John N. Sofos. 2010. Inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in moisture-enhanced nonintact beef by pan-broiling or roasting with various cooking appliances set at different temperatures. Journal of Food Science.76: 64-71.
Cangliang Shen, Jeremy M. Adler, Ifigenia Geornaras, Keith E. Belk, Gary C. Smith and John N. Sofos. 2010. Inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in nonintact beef steaks of different thicknesses by pan-broiling, double pan-broiling or roasting by using five types of cooking equipment. Journal of Food Protection.73: 461-469.
Cangliang Shen, Ifigenia Geornaras, Patricia A. Kendall and John N. Sofos. 2009. Antilisterial activities of salad dressings, without or with prior microwave oven heating, on frankfurters during simulated home storage. International Journal of Food Microbiology. 132: 9-13.
Cangliang Shen, Ifigenia Geornaras, Patricia A. Kendall and John N. Sofos. 2009. Control of listeria monocytogenes on frankfurters by dipping in hops beta acids solutions. Journal of Food Protection.72: 702-709.
Cangliang Shen, and John N. Sofos. 2008. Antilisterial activity of hops beta acids in broth with or without other antimicrobials. Journal of Food Science.73: 438-442.
Yaguang Luo, Xiangwu Nou, Patricia Millner, Bin Zhou, Cangliang Shen, Yang Yang, Yunpeng Wu, Qin Wang, Hao Feng, and Dan Shelton. 2012. A semi-commercial scale evaluation of a new process aid for enhancing chlorine efficacy against pathogen survival and cross-contamination during produce wash. International Journal of Food Microbiology. (In press)
Cangliang Shen, Yaguang Luo, Xiangwu Nou, Gary Bauchan, Bin Zhou, Qin Wang, and Patricia Millner. 2012. Fresh produce washing aid, T-128, enhances inactivation of Salmonella and Pseudomonas biofilms on stainless steel coupons in chlorinated wash solutions. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. (In press)
Cangliang Shen, Ifigenia Geornaras, Keith E. Belk, Gary C. Smith and John N. Sofos. 2011. Thermal inactivation of acid, cold, heat, starvation and desiccation stress-adapted Escherichia coli O157:H7 in nonintact beef moisture–enhanced with various brine ingredients. Journal of Food Protection.74: 531-538.
Cangliang Shen, Weihua Chen, and Sixiang Zou. 2007. In vitro and in vivo effects of hydrolysates from conglycinin on intestinal microbial community of mice after E. coli infection. Journal of Applied Microbiology.102: 283-289.