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  • Alumni - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    Alumni Association Find out about the Cal Poly Alumni Association s latest events and activities What do former students say about DPTC Andrew Yeung BS 02 MS 05 Research Fellow FDA CFSAN Division of Plant Dairy Food Safety Office of Food Safety Washington DC The education and research training at DPTC is invaluable and enables me to establish a meaningful career in dairy Eleanore Brophy MS 06 Sr Scientist Kraft Foods Glenview IL I would have not been able to enter the dairy and food industries without the DPTC without the education and applied dairy science projects from the DPTC I would not have the job I have today Ginger Jinjarak MS 06 Sensory Scientist Cacique Foods Inc Industry CA Although I was not a dairy science major I appreciate its science and am thankful for the support for my research largely due to the funding resources and education offered to students through the DPTC Elizabeth Ng MS 09 Daisy Sour Cream Dallas TX During my graduate program at DPTC I had the opportunities to learn different instruments and techniques from my own project as well as from others and this has helped me to become a true scientist Annie

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/alumni.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Graduate Program - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    more information on factors influencing the composition and quality of dairy foods is being discovered To meet this challenge Cal Poly s Graduate program in Dairy Science helps to prepare students for careers in the dairy industry concerned with product procurement processing and production sale and distribution research and development management as well as positions with various government agencies Our tradition of combining hands on experience with scientific and technical training has made our graduates highly sought after by industry employers What makes Cal Poly such a great place to get you Master s Degree Our 21 000 square foot state of the art facility is known as the Dairy Products Technology Center DPTC This center is exclusively dedicated to dairy foods research technology transfer and education It is by far the most up to date dairy product technology facility at academic institutions in the United States It includes a 7 000 square foot area for pilot plant research and well equipped analytical laboratories and sensory evaluation area A fully operational 120 cow dairy farm is adjacent to the DPTC and provides unique capabilities for Cal Poly to study dairy farm issues on processing properties on milk and milk products

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/graduate_program.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Undergraduate Program - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly

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  • Past Research Projects - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    P I Khalil Hany Co PI Jimenez Flores Proteomic approach to study milk fat globule membrane proteins as biologically active compounds 07 01 07 06 30 10 P I Jimenez Flores Rafael Low and Reduced Sodium Cheese with Enhanced Flavor 10 01 08 06 30 10 P I Farkye Nana CheesePlus Omega 3 fortification of cheese 11 01 08 06 30 10 P I Farkye Nana Improving texture and lubricity of low fat cheddar cheese with selected surfactants and gums 01 01 09 06 30 10 P I Farkye Nana Natural mold inhibition in cheese by lactic acid bacteria 07 01 09 06 30 10 P I Farkye Nana Evaluation of functional properties of Nutrahead products for process optimization 06 02 07 06 01 10 P I Jimenez Flores Rafael Improving Whey Protein Off Flavor Prevention Via Alternate Process Step Optimization 09 01 07 03 31 10 P I Tong Phillip Characterization of functional properties and lipid profiles of cheese treated by supercritical CO2 07 01 06 03 31 10 P I Jimenez Flores Rafael Survey detection and identification of bacteria causing ropy milk defect in raw and pasteurized milk 09 01 07 03 31 10 P I Jimenez Flores Rafael Improving low fat Cheddar cheese quality Phase II 10 01 07 03 31 10 P I Farkye Nana Proteomics Approach to the Analysis of Animal Tissue and Milk Fat Globule Membrane Proteins 07 01 06 03 30 10 P I Peterson Daniel Co PI Jimenez Flores Rafael Increasing proteolysis in lowfat Cheddar cheese to enhance texture 01 01 10 01 31 10 P I Farkye Nana New Natural Cheeses for the North American Market 10 01 07 12 31 09 P I Farkye Nana Co PI Tong Phillip Seasonal Changes in Nitrogen Distribution of Milk 10 01 07 12 31 09 P I Farkye Nana Effective Seasonal Changes in Milk Quality on LMPS Mozzarella 05 01 08 12 31 09 P I Farkye Nana New Natural Cheeses for the North American Market 10 01 07 12 31 09 P I Farkye Nana Co PI Tong Phillip Soil Chemistry of Central Coast Serpentinitic Vineyard Soils 01 01 09 12 31 09 P I Appel Christopher S Co PI Farkye Nana Development of Nutritionally Dense Low Weight Ready to Eat RTE Meal to Enhance Endurance and Physical Performance 07 01 07 06 30 09 P I Khalil Hany Co PI Jimenez Flores Rafael Texture improvement of lowfat Cheddar cheese by blending nonfat cheese with full fat cheese cheese extract enzyme modified cheese or lubricants using stuffing technologies 08 01 07 03 31 09 P I Farkye Nana Innovative strategies for making low fat cheese texture more like full fat cheese 08 01 07 03 31 09 P I Farkye Nana Whey component interactions in the concentration process of WPC manufacture 07 01 06 12 31 08 P I Jimenez Flores Rafael Co PI Tong Phillip Expanding Utilization of California Milk for Cheese and Other Value Added Dairy Products Ingredients Through Industry

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/past_research_projects.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Research Publications - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    R Castro N and Arguello A 2013 INTERNATIONAL DAIRY JOURNAL 29 2 61 67 A Comparison of the Effects of a High Carbohydrate vs a Higher Protein Milk Supplement Following Simulated Mountain Skirmishes Jimenez Flores Rafael Heick Jacob Davis Steven C Hall Kellie Green Schaffner Andrew 2012 Military Medicine 177 6 723 731 Milk phospholipid s protective effects against UV damage in skin equivalent models Dargitz C A Russell et al 2012 Proceedings of the SPIE The International Society for Optical Engineering 8225 beta Casein phospholipid monolayers as model systems to understand lipid protein interactions in the milk fat globule membrane Gallier S D Gragson et al 2012 International Dairy Journal 22 1 58 65 Dietary Fat Composition Influences Tissue Lipid Profile and Gene Expression in Fischer 344 Rats Albert L Zhou Korry J Hintze Rafael Jimenez Flores Robert E Ward Published online 20 October 2012 AOCS Effect of NaCl addition during diafiltration on the solubility hydrophobicity and disulphide bonds of 80 milk protein concentrate powder Mao X P S Tong 2012 J Dairy Sci Effect of Powder Source and Processing Conditions on the Solubility of Milk Protein Concentrates 80 V Sikand P S Tong S Vink and J Walker Milk Science International Heat Stability of Reconstituted Protein Standardized Skim Milk Powder Sikand V P S Tong J Walker 2011 J Dairy Sci 93 1 11 Solubility of commercial milk protein concentrates and milk protein isolates V Sikand P S Tong S Roy L E Rodriguez Saona and B A Murray 2011 J Dairy Science 94 6194 6202 Effects of yogurt starter cultures on the survival of Lactobacillus acidophilus E W Ng M Yeung P S Tong 2011 Int J Food Microbiology 145 169 175 Zinc binding capacity of yak casein hydrolysate and the zinc releasing characteristics of casein hydrolysate zinc complexes Mao X P S Tong 2011 J Dairy Sci 94 2731 2740 Membrane rich milk fat diet provides protection against gastrointestinal leakiness in mice treated with lipopolysaccharide pdf D R Snow R E Ward A Olsen R Jimenez Flores and K J Hintze 2011 J Dairy Sci 94 2201 2212 doi 10 3168 jds 2010 3886 Protein carbohydrate interactions between Lactobacillus salivarius and pig mucins C Iñiguez Palomares R Jiménez Flores L Vázquez Moreno G Ramos Clamont Montfort and E Acedo FélixJournal of Animal Science 2011 89 3125 3131 doi 10 2527 jas 2010 2996 originally published online May 27 2011 Composition of bovine milk fat globules by confocal Raman microscopy Sophie Gallier Keith C Gordon Rafael Jiménez Flores David W Everett International Dairy Journal 21 2011 402 412 Cultured Cream Products Must Live Up to the Name Tong P S 2011 Dairy Foods Magazine September 32 Put Cultured Dairy Products on the School Lunch Menu Tong P S 2011 Dairy Foods Magazine May 34 The Case For Simplifying Ingredient Statements Tong P S 2011 Dairy Foods Magazine Feb 48 How to Control Texture in Cultured Dairy Tong P S 2011 Dairy Foods Magazine Vol 112 Issue 12

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  • Industry Events, February 2014 - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    designed for farmstead artisan and small to medium scale dairy processors that are involved with fluid milk production and the manufacture of value added dairy products Participants in this workshop will gain knowledge of milk properties and factors that will help them improve the safety and quality of their products Participants will learn the components of food safety plans needed for best operational practices and to meet new regulatory requirements February 11 12 2014 WI Dairy Field Reps UW Food Science Department and Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research Read more about WI Dairy Field Reps February 17 2014 Industrial Refrigeration Workshop Hilton Charlotte Executive Park Hotel Charlotte NC Contact Donald L Fenton Read More February 19 21 2014 Washington State University s Basic Plus Cheesemaking Short Course Lynden WA For more details contact Washington State University Creamery manager Russ Salvadalena at 509 335 7074 or via email salvadalena wsu edu For more additional details and links to registration visit www public wsu edu creamery upcoming htm February 20 22 2014 IAI Dairy Expo 2014 8th in the series of successful events organized by Pixie Consulting Solutions Ltd will consist of a specialized exhibition focused on Dairy Farming Dairy Processing and a business programme featuring conferences and round table discussions Read More February 20 21 2014 ADPI Board of Directors Meeting Ritz Carlton Amelia Island FL February 23 26 2014 International Sweetener Colloquium The St Regis Monarch Beach Dana Point CA LEARN MORE February 25 27 2014 Dairy HAACP Workshop Food Science Building University Park This course covers the basics of developing a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point HACCP System for dairy processors HACCP concepts will be practiced during breakout sessions where participants will prepare a HACCP Plan Processors producing similar types of dairy foods will be grouped together for

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/industry_events_february.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Industry Events, March 2014 - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    Products in Australia March 2014 For more information please get in touch with Joerg Seifert at jseifert fil idf org March 4 6 2014 Buttermakers Short Course UW Food Science Department and Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research Read more about Buttermakers Short Course March 4 6 2014 Washington State University s 28th Advanced Cheesemaking Short Course WSU campus Pullman WA For more details contact Washington State University Creamery manager Russ Salvadalena at 509 335 7074 or via email salvadalena wsu edu For more additional details and links to registration visit www public wsu edu creamery upcoming htm March 6 7 2014 IDF Symposium on Science and Technology of Fermented Milk Melbourne Australia http dairyscienceconf com Further your knowledge in the areas of science and technology with regard to fermented milk and join the IDF symposium on Science and Technology of Fermented Milk in Australia March 2014 For more information please get in touch with Joerg Seifert at jseifert fil idf org March 6 9 2013 Natural Products Expo West Anaheim Convention Center Anaheim CA http www expowest com March 6 10 2013 Engredea 2013 The Trade Show for Ingredients and Innovation Anaheim Convention Center Anaheim CA Co located with Nutracon Natural Products Expo West http pages engredea com Register for Engredea 2013 at4t March 12 13 2014 Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin Business Conference Madison Wis Contact Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin phone 00 947 7379 e mail mail pdpw org website www pdpw org March 18 2014 WMMB Board Meeting March 18 2014 WMMB Executive Committee Meeting March 18 21 2014 Cheese Short Course I Cal Poly Dairy Products Technology Center Cheese Short Course I is a four day intensive course designed to teach each participant the basic scientific information and practical skills needed to understand and manufacture cheese

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  • Industry Events, April 2014 - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    Expo Conference 2014 Baltimore Convention Center Baltimore MD Contact Gay Ann Boundy The Food Safety Summit is a solutions based conference and expo designed to meet the educational and information needs of the entire food industry including growers processors retailers distributors foodservice operators regulators and academia Read More April 10 2014 WMMB Board Meeting April 2014 April 16 17 2014 Washington State University s Pasteurization Workshop WSU campus Pullman WA For more details contact Washington State University Creamery manager Russ Salvadalena at 509 335 7074 or via email salvadalena wsu edu For more additional details and links to registration visit www public wsu edu creamery upcoming htm April 22 24 2014 Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association s International Cheese Technology Exposition Wisconsin Center Milwaukee WI Information is available online at www cheeseexpo org Interested exhibitors may also contact WCMA s Judy Keller at 608 828 4550 or via email jkeller wischeesemakers org April 22 24 2014 International Cheese Technology Exposition Milwaukee WI Contact Judy Keller events manager Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association 608 828 4550 e mail jkeller wischeesemakers org website www cheeseexpo org April 27 29 2014 ADPI ABI Annual Conference Hyatt Regency Chicago IL Interested in sponsorship and exhibit information

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/industry_events_april.html (2016-02-13)
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