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Dr. Salina Parveen

  • Dr Parveen

    Professor, Agriculture, Food and Resource Sciences
    University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES)

    Phone: (410) 651-8339 | Email: sparveen@umes.edu | Fax: (410) 651-8498


    Curriculum Vitae 


    Outstanding Research and Mentorship, Certificate of Appreciation, School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences, UMES, 2019

    Board of Regents award in Scholarship, Research or Creative Activity, the University System of Maryland, 2019


    Morrison Evans Outstanding Scientist award, Association for research Directors (ARD), 2019

    Chancellor Award, Govt. of Bangladesh

    Book Award, Dhaka University

    Member, American Society for Microbiology, 1996-present.

    Member, Institute of Food Technology, 1997-present.

    Member, International Association for Food Protection, 2003-present.

    Member, Dhaka University Microbiology Alumni Association, 2000-present

    Member, Bangladesh Environmental Society, 2005-present.

    Member, Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists, 2005-present


    EDUCATION


    University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida (1997)

    PhD, Microbiology and Molecular Biology
    University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh (1988)
    MS., Microbiology
    University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh (1985)
    BS, Botany

    RESEARCH INTERESTS

    The major focus of Dr. Parveen's research is Food Safety, Food and Environmental Microbiology, and Water Quality.


    Dr. Parveen's research objectives are:

    1. Improvement of safety and quality of seafood, poultry, meat and fresh produce. 
    2. Application of genotypic and phenotypic methods for tracking sources of food- and water- borne pathogens in food processing plants and in aquatic environments.
    3. Development and application of rapid molecular and immunological methods for detection of water- and food -borne pathogens.
    4. Development of predictive models for the growth and survival of food-borne pathogens in seafood and poultry.
    5. Investigation of antimicrobial resistance, pathogenicity, geonomics, metageonomics and control of food- and- water borne pathogens.

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    Book Chapters:

    1. Parveen, S., and Tamplin, M.L. 2002. Sources of Fecal Contamination. Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology. vol. 3, pp: 1256-1264. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. New York, NY.  
    2. Parveen, S., and Tamplin, M.L. Vibrio vulnificus, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, and Vibrio cholera. 2012. Willey Blackwell, UK. Pages: 116-162. 
    3. Chigbu, P. and Parveen, S. 2012. Bacteriological analysis of water. CRC Press, Inc., New York, NY. Pages: 148-179.

    Journals:

    1. Sharma, M., Handy,  E.T., East, C.L., Kim, S., Jiang, C., Callahan, M.T., Allard, S.M., Micallef, S., Craighead, S., Anderson-Coughlin, B., Gartley, S., Vanore, A., Kniel, K.E., Haymaker, J., Duncan, R., Foust, D., White, C., Taabodi, M., Hashem, F., Parveen, S., May, E., Bui, A., Craddock, H., Kulkarni, P., Murray, R.T., and Sapkota, A.R. 2020. Prevalence of Salmonella and Listeriamonocytogenes in non-traditional irrigation waters in the Mid-Atlantic United States is affected by water type, season, and recovery method. PLOS ONE. 15:e0229365. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0229365.
    2. Miotto, M., Barretta, C., Ossai, S.O., Silva, H.S., Kist, A., Vieira, C.R.W. and Parveen*, S.  2020. Optimization of a PMA-qPCR method for Escherichia coli quantification in raw seafood. International Journal of Food Microbiology 318:108467 DOI: 10.1016/j.ijfoodmicro.2019.108467
    3. Tasmin, R., Gulig, P., Parveen, S*. 2019.  Detection of virulence plasmid-encoded genes in Salmonella Typhimurium and Salmonella Kentucky isolates recovered from commercially processed chicken carcasses. Journal of Food Protection (in press). 
    4. Hawkins,J.A , Uknalis, J., Oscar, T.P., Schwarz, J.G., Vimini, B. and Parveen, S*. 2019. The Effect of Previous Life Cycle Phase on the Growth Kinetics, Morphology and Antibiotic Resistance of Salmonella Typhimurium DT104 in Brain Heart Infusion and Ground Chicken Extract. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01043.
    5. Haymaker,J., Sharma, M., Parveen, S., Hashem, F., May, E. B., Handy, E.T., … Sapkota A. R. 2019. Prevalence of Shiga-toxigenic and atypical Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli in untreated surface water and reclaimed water in the Mid-Atlantic U.S. Environ. Res. 172:630–636.
    6. Taabodi, M., Hashem, F.M., Oscar, T.P., Parveen, S., and May, E.B. 2019. The possible roles of Escherichia coli in the nitrogen cycle. Int. J. Environ. Res. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41742-019-00191-y.
    7. Panthi, S., Sapkota, A.R., Raspanti, G., Allard, S.M., Bui, A., Craddock, H.A., … Parveen, S., … Sapkota, A. 2019. Pharmaceuticals, herbicides, and disinfectants in agricultural water sources. Environ. Res. 174:1-8.
    8. Richards, G. P., Chintapenta, L. K., Watson, M. A., Abbott, A. G., Ozbay, G., Uknalis, J., Oyelade, A. G., and Parveen, S. 2019. Bacteriophages against pathogenic Vibrios in Delaware Bay oysters (Crassostrea virginica) during a period of high levels of pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Food Environ. Virol. 11(2):101-112.
    9. Miotto, M., Júnior, A.A., Barretta, C., da Silva, H., Pellizzaro, T., Vieira, C.R., Parveen, S., and Prudêncio, E.S. 2019. Development and application of a real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction method for quantification of Escherichia coli in oysters (Crassostrea gigas). Food Microbiol. 77:85-92.
    10. Mwangi S, Timmons, J, Fitz-Coy, S., and Parveen, S*. 2019 Characterization of Clostridium perfringens recovered from broiler chicken affected by necrotic enteritis. Poult. Sci. 98(1):128-135.
    11. Zhu, L., Torres, M., Betancourt W.Q., Sharma, M., Micallef, S.A., Gerba, C., … Parveen, S., … Ravishankar, S. 2019. Incidence of fecal indicator and pathogenic bacteria in reclaimed and return flow waters in Arizona, USA. Environ. Res. 170:122-127.
    12. Miotto, M., Ossai, S. A., Meredith, J. E., Barretta, C., Kist, A., Vieira, C.R.W., Prudencio, E.S., and Parveen, S*. 2018. Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of Escherichia coli isolated from mollusks in Brazil and United States. Microbiol. Open. 8(5):e738. DOI: 10.1002/mbo3.738.
    13. Elmahdi, S.,  Parveen, S.,* Ossai, S.,  L.,  DaSilva, Jahncke, M., Bowers, J., and Jacobs, J. 2018 Characterization of Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio vulnificus recovered from oysters during an oyster relay study. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 84:e1790-17.
    14. Elbashir, S., Parveen, S.,* Schwarz, J., Rippen, T., Jahncke, M., and DePaola, 2018. Seafood pathogens and information on antimicrobial resistance: A Review. Food Micro. 70:85-90.
    15. Ossai, S., Ramachandran, P., Ottesen, A., Reed, E., DePaola, A., and Parveen, S*. 2017.  Microbiomes of American oysters (Crassostrea virginica) harvested from two sites in the Chesapeake Bay. Genome Annou.5: e00729-17.
    16. Parveen, S., White, C., and Tamplin, M.L., 2017. Predictive model for growth of Listeria monocytogenes in pasteurized blue crab (Calinectes sapidus). J. Food. Prot. 13:1872-1876.
    17. Tasmim, R., Hasan, N., Grim, C., Grant, A., Choi, S.Y., Alam, S.M., Bell, R., Cavanaugh, C., Balan, K., Babu, U., and Parveen, S*. 2017. Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of multidrug resistant Salmonella Typhimurium and Salmonella Kentucky strains recovered from chicken carcasses. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0176938.
    18. Parveen, S.,* Jahncke, M., Elmahdi, S., Crocker, H., Bowers, J., White, C., Gray, S., and Brohawn K. 2017. High salinity relaying to reduce Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio vulnificus in Chesapeake Bay oysters. J. Food Sci. 82(2):484-491.
    19. Grant, A. and Parveen, S*. 2017. Natural clean-label antimicrobials that can be used during poultry processing.  J. Food Prot. 80 (4):540-544.
    20. Grant, A., Parveen, S.,* Schwarz, J., Hashem, F, and Vimini, B. 2017. Reduction of Salmonella in ground chicken using a bacteriophage. Poult. Sci. doi: 10.3382/ps/pex062.
    21. Elmahdi, S., L. DaSilva, and Parveen, S. 2016.  Antibiotic resistance of Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio vulnificus in various countries: A review. Food Microbiol.57:128-34.
    22. Hawkins, J.L., Vimini, B., Schwarz, J.G., Nichols, P., and Parveen, S*. 2016. Application of antimicrobial agents via commercial spray cabinet to inactivate Salmonella on skinless chicken meat. J. Food Prot. 79: 569–573.
    23. Grant, A.K., Hashem, F., and Parveen, S*. 2016. Salmonella and Campylobacter: Antimicrobial resistance and bacteriophage control in poultry. Food Microbiol. 53(Pt B):104-9.
    24. Korir, C.R., Parveen, S.,* Hashem, F., and Bowers, J. 2016. Microbiological quality of fresh produce obtained from retail stores on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, United States of America. Food Microbiol. 56:29-34.

    BIOSKETCH


    Dr. Salina Parveen is a Professor in Food and Agricultural Sciences  Program, Department of Agriculture, Food and Resource Sciences at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, MD, USA. Dr. Parveen holds a B.S. in Botany and an M.S. in Microbiology from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and a Ph.D. in Food Science and Human Nutrition, specializing in Microbiology and Molecular Biology from the University of Florida, FL, USA. Dr. Parveen teaches graduate level courses in Microbiology and Toxicology. Her research interests are Food and Environmental Microbiology, Food Safety, and Water Quality. Dr. Parveen has an excellent record of grantmanship and received several awards for outstanding academic performance. She has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and presented her research findings at various regional, national and international professional meetings. Dr. Parveen also serve on several national and international scientific committees and the Editorial Board member of many peer-reviewed journals. 


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    University of Maryland Eastern Shore (Lead Institution)
    (410) 651-7870
    Award numbers: FY 2016 Award #NA16SEC4810007 
    Funding Agency: NOAA Educational Partnership Program with Minority-Serving Institutions (EPP/MSI)
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