Graduate Students

Graduate students are alphabetized by last name.

     
Mohamed Abdelmoteleb
Ph.D. Student

Mohamed Abelmotelb
Mohamed Abdelmoteleb

Mohamed Abdelmoteleb joined FARRP in August 2015 as a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Dr. Richard Goodman. Previously he worked as an assistant lecturer at faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Egypt. Mohamed obtained his M.S. in Botany Department from Mansoura University in June 2013. His current research focus is on bioinformatics of allergy in genetically modified bacteria.
Abigail Burrows
Ph.D. Student

Abigail Burrows
Abigail Burrows

Abby Burrows joined FARRP in 2014 as an M.S. student under the advisement of Drs. Steve Taylor and Joe Baumert. After receiving her M.S. in 2016, she began her Ph.D. studies supervised by Dr. Phil Johnson. Her research focuses on the detection of allergenic food proteins in blood using mass spectrometry methods.
Wanying Cao
Ph.D. Student

Wanying Cao
Wanying Cao

Wanying Cao joined FARRP in August 2016 to pursue her Ph.D., after receiving her M.S. in Food Safety and Technology from the Illinois Institute of Technology in August 2016. Her research is focused on the characterization and detection of intact and hydrolyzed gluten using mass spectrometry. She is co-advised by Dr. Melanie Downs and Dr. Joe Baumert.
Shimin Chen
Ph.D. Student

Shimin Chen
Shimin Chen

Shimin Chen joined the FARRP group in August 2015 after receiving her B.S. in Plant Protection from South China Agricultural University in China. She pursued a M.S. in Food Science and Technology under the supervision of Dr. Melanie Downs, focusing on the proteomics of allergenic foods. Shimin completed her M.S. degree in December 2017 and is now working on her Ph.D.
Bethany Jackson
M.S. Student


Bethany Jackson

Lee Palmer
Ph.D. Student


Lee Palmer

Lee Palmer received his B.S. in biochemistry from Arizona State University in 2012. He joined FARRP in 2014 and received his M.S. in 2016. He is currently a Ph.D. student supervised by Dr. Phil Johnson where his research focuses on studying novel sources of food allergens using proteomics to assess their potential risk to allergic individuals.
Morganne Schmidt
M.S. Student


Morganne Schmidt

Morganne Schmidt joined FARRP in August of 2018 as a Master’s student studying under Dr. Joseph Baumert. She received her B.S. in Chemistry and Food Applications from the Dominican University (Chicago, Illinois).


Updated 20 September, 2018