My role at the ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre
I work closely with the team at the Food Industry Centre at Cardiff Metropolitan University to advance research and innovation in the areas of food safety and quality management.
I lecture in several modules in the food science and technology programmes at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels namely: crisis management, global food safety, food safety management; and food quality, composition, and labelling.
My research interest is mainly focused on the use of multi-disciplinary approaches in food quality and safety management to mitigate foodborne pathogens and understand the dynamics of food handling practices, food fraud, and waste in the food chain. In these pursuits, I develop diagnostic tools, based on international and national standards, to unravel the dynamics of the socio-technical system and how they affect food safety and food integrity of specific foods.