Pillai, Suresh individual record
Professor
overview

Dr. Pillai's research focuses on bacterial cell-to-cell signaling, the molecular ecology of pathogens in natural and man-made ecosystems and the use of novel technologies to concentrate, detect, and decontaminate pathogens. His research on molecular microbial ecology and cell-cell signaling is targeted at understanding the complex and hitherto poorly understood relationship between microbial communities and human behavior. His research is aimed at understanding the role that the GI tract-associated microbiome has on human behavior.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles147
Books2
Chapters11
  • Pillai, S. D., & Shayanfar, S. (2015). Aseptic packaging of foods and its combination with electron beam processing. Electron Beam Pasteurization and Complementary Food Processing Technologies. (pp. 83-93).
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  • Shayanfar, S., & Pillai, S. D. (2015). Future trends in electron beam technology for food processing. Electron Beam Pasteurization and Complementary Food Processing Technologies. (pp. 295-309).
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  • Pillai, S. D., & Shayanfar, S. (2015). Introduction to electron beam pasteurization in food processing. Electron Beam Pasteurization and Complementary Food Processing Technologies. (pp. 3-9).
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  • Pillai, S. D., & Rambo, C. H. (2014). Water Quality Assessment: Routine Techniques for Monitoring Bacterial and Viral Contaminants. Encyclopedia of Food Microbiology: Second Edition. (pp. 766-772).
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  • Pillai, S. D., Bogran, C., & Blackburn, C. (2013). Ionizing irradiation for phytosanitary applications and fresh produce safety. Global Safety of Fresh Produce: A Handbook of Best Practice, Innovative Commercial Solutions and Case Studies. (pp. 221-232).
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Conference Papers15
Email
s-pillai@tamu.edu
First Name
Suresh
Last Name
Pillai
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Poultry Science; 2472 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2472
USA