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Martin D'Agostino

Keywords: PCR, LAMP, DETECTION, PATHOGENS, VIRUSES

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Scopus Author ID: 7004422758

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Biography

Martin D’Agostino has been a food and environmental microbiologist for the Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA) since 1994. His microbiological career began with Kennerty Farm Dairies in Aberdeen (now Robert Wisemans) as a laboratory assistant, until he joined what was the Torry Food Science Laboratory (Central Science Laboratory, MAFF) in 1994, now named the Food and Environment Research Agency as part of Defra. Involved in EU Framework 5, 6 and 7 projects dealing with such areas as Food PCR, Surveillance of Adenovirus and Norovirus in European Bathing waters and more recently the FP7 project “Integrated monitoring and Control of Foodborne Viruses in European Food Supply Chains” (www.eurovital.org). This has resulted in the accumulation of many European and worldwide contacts from both Academia and Industry. Martin has experience of chairing and presenting scientific talks at international scientific meetings and his current "H" index is 15

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