|The microbiome of the chicken gastrointestinal tract: application to animal production and human health|
报告专家：Prof. Jun Lin （美国田纳西大学）
Dr. Jun Lin is a Professor in the Department of Animal Science at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Dr. Lin received his PhD (1998) in Animal Science from The Ohio State University and major postdoctoral training (2000-2003) in molecular microbiology in the Food Animal Health Research program at The Ohio State University.
He joined faculty at The University of Tennessee in 2004.
Dr. Lin’s research is focused on foodborne zoonotic pathogens and antimicrobial resistance. Particularly he has devoted his efforts to understanding the ecology, pathogenesis, and antibiotic resistance of Campylobacter.
In addition, Dr. Lin has long-term experience on the complex interactions between gut microbiota and the host.
Dr. Lin has published 50 peer-reviewed papers and received multiple NIH and USDA grants totaling over $4.4 million.
He has served an as editorial board member, academic editor, or ad hoc reviewer for a number of journals. He has served as a member on a number of grant review panels for NIH and USDA. Dr. Lin is serving as Chair-elect for Division Z (Animal Health) of American Society for Microbiology, and as Secretary for USDA Research Committee NC1202 (Enteric Disease of Food Animals: Enhanced Prevention, Control and Food Safety).