The Poultry Nutrition Blackbelt - Dr. Dianna Bourassa: Battling Salmonella | Ep. 51 - Part 1

the poultry nutrition blackbelt Jun 05, 2024

In this episode of The Poultry Nutrition Blackbelt Podcast, Dr. Dianna Bourassa, an Associate Professor at Auburn University, explores innovative research on bacteriophages, natural adversaries to bacteria, and their potential in combating Salmonella in poultry processing. Dr. Bourassa explains the significance of finding Salmonella-specific bacteriophages in various poultry environments, highlighting their potential as a new tool for enhancing food safety. Don't miss this episode, listen on your preferred podcast platform and join the discussion shaping the future of poultry nutrition.

What will you learn: 

  • Bacteriophage Basics
  • Salmonella Combat
  • Research Insights
  • Safety Strategies
  • Future Applications

Meet the guest:

Dr. Dianna Bourassa, an Associate Professor at Auburn University, specializes in poultry processing and food safety. With a rich background in microbiology from the University of Georgia, Dr. Bourassa has dedicated her career to advancing poultry health through innovative research. Her work, especially on bacteriophages against Salmonella, is pivotal for the poultry industry, offering new avenues for enhancing food safety and processing techniques.

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