Future Thinking from Emefa Monu

Catching Up With Emefa Monu Finding Alternative Intervention Strategies Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email We conducted this interview with Emefa back in 2020 when she was still doing research and teaching Food Microbiology with the Department of Poultry Science at Auburn University . Today, Emefa Monu is a […]

Thank You Emily, STOP’s First Dave Theno Food Safety Fellow

Thank you Emily, STOP’s First Dave Theno Food Safety Fellow Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Dynamic, intelligent, and passionate with a heart that beats to help people prevent foodborne illness—this describes the inaugural recipient of our Dave Theno Food Safety Fellowship, Ms. Emily Forauer, to a “T!”  Have […]

The Effects of Climate Change on Foodborne Illness

The Effects of Climate Change on Foodborne Illness Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email *Note: Stop Foodborne Illness is involved exclusively in food safety advocacy, education, and assistance for survivors and victim’s families. STOP is not an environmental advocacy organization. Our concern with climate change extends solely to its […]

Volunteer Voices: Rustin Brown, Food Safety Advocate

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on whatsapp Volunteer Voices: Rustin Brown, Food Safety Advocate “I want other kids and everyone to feel that our food is safe when we go to restaurants or grocery stores.” This is not a common mission for most 15-year-olds, but it is for Rustin Brown. […]