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Dr. Emma Mani Lopez | Microbiology and food preservation | Best Research Article Award 

Research assistant, University of the Americas Puebla, Mexico

Emma Mani Lopez, born on April 7, 1980, resides in San Juan Cuautlancingo, Cuautlancingo, Puebla. She can be reached via telephone at 22 22 26 89 40 or on her mobile at 22 21 33 83 00. For correspondence, Emma’s email is emma_ml@yahoo.com.mx. 🏠 Emma’s details reflect her grounded presence in Cuautlancingo, Puebla, where she remains accessible and connected. Whether through traditional phone calls or modern digital communication, Emma ensures she’s reachable to those who need to connect with her.

Studies Academics

Emma Mani Lopez is a distinguished scholar in the field of food sciences, holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Food Engineering from the University of the Americas, Puebla (1998-2003), with the notable thesis on the conservation of watermelon juice using UVC irradiation. She furthered her studies with a Master’s in Food Science from the same institution (2003-2005), focusing on the viability and physicochemical properties of dairy products fermented with probiotics. Emma attained her Doctorate in Food Sciences from the Technological Institute of Veracruz (2006-2011), with a thesis on evaluating the production of reuterin and other metabolites in mixed bacterial cultures. 🎓 Emma’s academic journey reflects her commitment to advancing knowledge and innovation in food science.

Work Activities

As a dedicated research assistant at UDLAP, Emma Mani-López collaborates on diverse projects spanning the realms of food technology and nutrition. From optimizing cheese production processes to developing innovative powdered carbonated beverages, Emma’s expertise contributes to cutting-edge initiatives with industry leaders like Mondeléz International, Inc. and Mushrooms El Encimal MB SA de CV. Her involvement with Grupo Bimbo underscores her commitment to enhancing food quality and shelf life through advanced treatments and extracts. Emma’s multifaceted role extends to education, where she imparts knowledge in Master’s programs focusing on Healthy Gastronomy and Nutrition, embodying a passion for nourishing both minds and bodies. 🧪🍽️

Publications Top Notes

“Organic acids as antimicrobials to control Salmonella in meat and poultry products” – 2012, cited 655 times

“Probiotic viability and storage stability of yogurts and fermented milks prepared with several mixtures of lactic acid bacteria” – 2014, cited 254 times

“Methods for activity assay and evaluation of results” – 2020, cited 112 times

Antimicrobial activity and physical properties of protein films added with cell-free supernatant of Lactobacillus rhamnosus” – 2016, cited 93 times

“Plant-based milk alternatives: Types, processes, benefits, and characteristics” – 2023, cited 78 times

“Antimicrobial activity and storage stability of cell-free supernatants from lactic acid bacteria and their applications with fresh beef” – 2020, cited 73 times

“Antimicrobial activity of whey protein films supplemented with Lactobacillus sakei cell-free supernatant on fresh beef” – 2017, cited 66 times

“The impacts of antimicrobial and antifungal activity of cell‐free supernatants from lactic acid bacteria in vitro and foods” – 2022, cited 60 times

“Effects of alginate-glycerol-citric acid concentrations on selected physical, mechanical, and barrier properties of papaya puree-based edible films and coatings, as evaluated …” – 2019, cited 58 times

“Viability during refrigerated storage in selected food products and during simulated gastrointestinal conditions of individual and combined lactobacilli encapsulated in …” – 2015, cited 56 times


Emma Mani Lopez | Microbiology and food preservation | Best Research Article Award

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