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allen foegeding

Dr. E. Allen Foegeding:
William Neal Reynolds Distinquished Professor

Ph.D. (1983) University of Minnesota
M.S. (1978 ) University of Missouri
B.S. (1975) University of Missouri

Research Interests


Paige Luck - Laboratory Research Specialist

M.S. - N.C. State University, 1999
B.S. - N.C. State University, 1997

Home Town: Concord, NC

Research Interests

maggie schneider

Maggie Schneider - Graduate Student

M.S. - N.C. State University, 2013
B.S. - UNC Wilmington, 2010

Home Town: Winston Salem, NC

Ph.D student studying new protein polyphenol ingredients

caroline campbell

Caroline Campbell - Graduate Student

M.S. - N.C. State University, 2014
B.S. - University of Idaho, 2011

Home Town: Moscow, Idaho

Ph.D. student studying the relationships between food structure and texture, oral processing, and satiety.

rini triani

Rini Triani - Graduate Student

M.S. - University of Hohenheim, Germany, 2008
B.S. - Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), 2005

Home Town: Bandung, West Java, Indonesia

Ph.D. student studying mechanisms regulating protein stability in thermally processed beverages.

Natalie Plundrich

Nathalie Plundrich - Graduate Student

M.S. - N.C. State University
B.S. - FH Furtwangen University, Germany (Bio- and Process Technology)

Home Town: Wangen i.A., Germany

Ph.D student studying protein-polyphenol interactions as a means to intervene with food allergies.

Ty Wagoner

Ty Wagoner - Graduate Student

B.S. - N.C. State University, 2013
A.S. - California School of Culinary Arts, 2005

Home Town: Plymouth, IN

M.S. student studying colloidal stability of whey proteins in thermally processed beverages.

Dylan Page

Dylan Page - Graduate Student

B.S. - N.C. State University, 2012

Home Town: Mooresville, NC.

M.S. student studying factors determining functional properties of whey proteins.

Avi Aggarwal

Avi Aggarwal - Undergraduate Researcher

Home Town: Chapel Hill, N.C.

Undergraduate student investigating molecular and meso-structural contributions to satiety.


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