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Personnel

Elizabeth A. (Beth) Long
Extension Area Specialist III
Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey

David S. Stone
Financial Specialist
Financial Specialist

Scott Lenaghan
Assistant Professor

Sandra D. (Sandy) Lindsey
IT Analyst IV
Chief Information Security Officer

Emily Ruth Urban
Programs Administrator

Groups and Facilities


(8 mentions)

Ag & Food Security 
Training industry and government to prevent terrorist acts targeting the ag and food sector.



(1 mention)

SunGrant Initiative 
Renewable energy, revitalizing rural areas, and biobased industries.


 

News

Department of Food Science Changes Name to Better Reflect Focus, 4/30/2017

UTIA Project of the Year for DoD Environmental Security Technology, 3/3/2017

Winter 2017 Upcoming Events, 1/17/2017

 

Recent Publications

Poor biosecurity could lead to disease outbreaks in animal populations.  Gray, M. J., J. A. Spatz, E. D. Carter, C. M. Yarber, R. P. Wilkes, and D. L. Miller.  2018.  PLOS ONE.

Bioactive natural products in plant disease control Gwinn, K. D.  2018.  Studies in Natural Product Chemistry, Studies in Natural Products Chemistry Vol. 56: Copyright: Elsevier 2018 Published: 1st February 2018 Elsevier Editors: Atta-ur-Rahman. [Abstract]

Policy Considerations for Limiting Unintended Residual Plastic in Agricultural Soils Brodhagen, M., J. Goldberger, D. G. Hayes, D. A. Inglis, and T. L. Marsh.  2017.  Environmental Science and Policy, 69: 81-84. [Abstract]

Poor biosecurity could lead to ranavirus outbreaks in amphibian populations.  Carter, E. D., M. J. Gray, J. A. Spatz, and D. L. Miller.  2017.  Annual Meeting of the Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Little Rock, AR.

Food security, sweet potato production, and distance to trade centers in northern Ghana Glenna, L., Y. Borlu, T. Gill, J. Larson, V. Ricciardi, and R. Adam.  2017.  FACETS.

Pathogen surveillance in herpetofaunal populations: guidance on study design, sample collection, biosecurity, and intervention strategies Gray, M. J., A. L. J. Duffus, K. H. Haman, R. N. Harris, M. C. Allender, T. A. Thompson, M. R. Christman, A. Sacerdote-Velat, J. M. Williams, and D. L. Miller.  2017.  Herpetological Review, 48:334-351.

Poor biosecurity could lead to ranavirus outbreaks in amphibian populations.  Gray, M. J., J. A. Spatz, E. D. Carter, and D. L. Miller.  2017.  Fourth International Symposium on Ranaviruses, Budapest, Hungary.

Food Security through Biotechnology: The Case of Genetically Modified Sugar Beets in the United States Kennedy, P. L., K. E. Lewis, and A. Schmitz.  2017.  World Agricultural Resources and Food Security, Schmitz, A., P.L. Kennedy, T.G. Schmitz (Eds.), Volume 17, Frontiers of Economics and Globalization. [Abstract]

Rural, low-income families' quest for income security: it takes more than a paycheck.  Mammen, S., A. A. Berry, C. Bird, and K. Chandler.  2017.  Family Science Review, Special Issue.

Beef Herd Biosecurity.  Strickland, L. G.  2017.  Tennessee Cattleman's Magazine.

Animal Health and Biosecurity.  Caldwell, J. M., and L. G. Strickland.  2016.  Modern Beef Production: Integrative approaches with nutrition, reproduction, and genetics.

Poor biosecurity could lead to disease outbreaks in amphibian populations.  Gray, M. J., J. A. Spatz, E. D. Carter, and D. L. Miller.  2016.  International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, Cortland, New York, USA.