Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., in partnership with the Rosalind Franklin Society has launched a prestigious annual award to recognize outstanding published peer-reviewed research by women and underrepresented minorities in science in each of the publisher’s peer-reviewed journals. The RFS / MAL Award in Science for Foodborne Pathogens and Disease has selected Elaine Scallan Walter, MA, PhD who co-authored Estimating the Number of Illnesses Caused by Agents Transmitted Commonly Through Food: A Scoping Review.
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Salmonella enterica remains an important foodborne pathogen in all regions of the world, with Typhimurium as one of the most frequent serotypes causing foodborne disease. However, the past two decades have seen a rapid worldwide emergence of a new Salmonella serotype, namely monophasic variant of S. Typhimurium, whose antigenic formula is 1,4,,12:i:-.READ MORE