Profiles

Title: Research scientist
Role: My job is mainly to develop rapid methods of food characterization, including authentication (to prevent food fraud). We use optical / photonic devices to determine the chemical composition of foods, their color, their authenticity. We have special...
Organization: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Location: St-Hyacinthe, QC
Title: Research Scientist, Phytochemist
Role: Natural products chemistry: profiling and structure elucidation of secondary metabolities (i.e. carotenoids, glucosinolates, anthocyanins, glycoalkaloids, plant growth hormones, etc.) in terrestrial plants (berries, medicinal plants, vegetables, etc.),...
Organization: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Research and outreach on honey bee health and pollination with BC and AB migratory colonies. Honey bee queen fertility, gut microbiome, infection diseases.
Organization: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Title: Research Scientist (Nematode Taxonomist)
Role: Dr. Yu, as a member of invertebrate biodiversity team of the national environmental health program, conducts taxonomic research and provides the resulting expert information on the identity of the nematodes that benefit or pose a threat to Canadian...
Organization: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Location: Ottawa Research and Development Centre, Ottawa, ON
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Dr. Hadinezhad is working in the areas of grain chemistry and quality to improve Canadian grains (wheat, oat, barley, soybean) with respect to processing for food applications, end-use quality, nutritional benefits and crop performance.
Organization: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Location: Neatby Building, 960 Carling Ave. Ottawa ON K1A0C6
Title: Vegetable Pathology Technician
Role: Plant diseases identifying soil, and air-borne pathogens. Pathogen detection and characterization. Control and host resistance to disease.
Organization: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Location: Charlottetown
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Since the first grading policies for pork in 1922, for beef in 1927, and for bison in the late 1950s, the Canadian grading systems have been continuously evolving as a means of classifying carcasses with similar attributes into similar classes or ‘‘...
Organization: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Location: 6000 C & E Trail Lacombe, Alberta, T4L 1W1