The Environmental and Occupational Health Microbiology Lab (EOHML) investigates the fate, transport, detection, and control of pathogens in environmental media (air, water, food, and surfaces). Research is led by principal investigator, John Scott Meschke, PhD, MS, JD and carried out by a dedicated group of staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students.
- Development of methods for detection of viruses and bacteria in water and food
- Environmental surveillance for viruses
- Recovery of bacteria and viruses from surfaces
- Freshwater toxic cyanobacteria blooms
- Microbiological quality of food
- Water and wastewater technology
- Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA)
- One Health research
- Vector-borne diseases
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