Dr. Neda Nasheri

Image Dr. Neda Nasheri

Chef du laboratoire de recherche en virologie alimentaire et du laboratoire de référence en virologie alimentaire.

Recherche et / ou projets en cours

  • Mise au point de méthodes de détection des virus d’origine alimentaire
  • Effectuer la caractérisation génomique des virus d’origine alimentaire
  • Explorer de nouvelles méthodes d’inactivation et de nouvelles approches
  • Recherche de réservoirs pour la transmission de virus entériques dans les aliments.
  • Centre de référence sur la  virologie alimentaire du Canada

Principales publications

  1. Dallner M, Harlow J, Nasheri N. 2022. Efficacy of Washing Produce in Removing Human Coronavirus OC43 and Murine Norovirus. Journal of Applied Microbiology. doi: 10.1111/jam.15667
  2. Harlow J, Dallner M, Nasheri N. 2022. Protective Effect of Food Against Inactivation of Human Coronavirus OC43 by Gastrointestinal Fluids. Food Environmental Virology. 23:1-5
  3. Baylis SA, Adlhoch C, Childs L; and the HEV Sequencing Study Group. 2021. An Evaluation of Hepatitis E Virus Molecular Typing Methods. Clinical Chemistry. 68(1):181
  4. Flint A, Reaume S, Harlow J, Hoover E, Weedmark K, Nasheri N. 2021. Genomic analysis of human noroviruses using combined Illumina-Nanopore data. Virus Evolution. 7 (2), veab079
  5. Plante D, Bran Barrera JA, Lord M, Iugovaz I, Nasheri N. 2021.Development of an RNA Extraction Protocol for a Norovirus from Raw Oysters and Detection by qRT-PCR and Droplet-Digital RT-PCR. Foods.10 (8):1804.
  6. Dallner M, Harlow J, Nasheri N. 2021. Human coronaviruses do not transfer between surfaces in the absence of organic materials. Viruses. 13 (7):10.3390
  7. Blondin-Brosseau M, Harlow J, Doctor T, Nasheri N. 2021 Examining the persistence of human Coronavirus 229E on fresh produce. Food Microbiology. 98:103780
  8. Nasheri N, Harlow J, Chen A, Douglas A, Corneau N, Bidawid S. 2021. Survival and inactivation of enteric viruses in low moisture foods. Food and Environmental Virology 13:107
  9. O'Brien B, Goodridge L, Ronholm J, Nasheri N. 2021. Exploring the potential of foodborne transmission of respiratory viruses. Food Microbiology 95:103709
  10. Nasheri N, Harlow J, Chen A, Corneau N, Bidawid S. 2021. Survival and Inactivation by Advanced Oxidative Process of Foodborne Viruses in Model Low-Moisture Foods. Food Environmental Virology.13(1):10
  11. Nasheri N, Doctor T, Chen A, Harlow J, Gill A. 2020. Evaluation of High-Pressure Processing in Inactivation of the Hepatitis E Virus. Frontiers in Microbiology.11:461
  12. Nasheri N, Harlow J, Chen A, Corneau N, Bidawid S. 2019. Evaluation of Bead-Based Assays in the Isolation of Foodborne Viruses from Low-Moisture Foods. Food Protection 83(3):388 
  13. Nasheri N, Verster A, Petronella. Persistence and transmission of pathogenic enteric viruses in frozen produce. Epidemiology & Infection 147, e291
  14. Suresh M, Harlow J, Nasheri N. 2019. Evaluation of porcine gastric mucin assay for detection and quantification of human norovirus in fresh herbs and leafy vegetables. Food Microbiology 84:103254
  15. Petronella P, Ronholm J, Suresh M, Harlow J, Myckytczuk O, Corneau N, Bidawid S, Nasheri N. 2018. Genetic characterization of norovirus GII.4 variants circulating in Canada using a metagenomic technique. BMC Infectious Diseases. 18(1):521
  16. Mykytczuk O, Harlow J, Bidawid S, Corneau N, Nasheri N. 2017. Prevalence and molecular characterization of the hepatitis E virus in retail pork products marketed in Canada. Food and Environmental Virology. 9(2):208-218
  17. Nasheri N, Ronholm J, Petronella N, Bidawid S, Corneau N. 2017. Characterization of the genomic diversity of norovirus in linked patients using a metagenomics deep sequencing approach. Frontiers in Microbiology 8:73

Installation de recherche

251 Sir Frederick Banting Driveway
Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9