- Janie McClurkin Moore
- Assistant Professor
- 303B Scoates Hall
- Undergraduate Education
- B.S., North Carolina A&T State University – Greensboro, Bio-Environmental Engineering, 2006
- Graduate Education
- M.S.A.B.E., Purdue University – West Lafayette, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, 2009
- Ph.D., Purdue University – West Lafayette, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, 2015
Post-harvest treatment technologies, shelf-life preservation, mycotoxins, food safety, agricultural biosecurity, agricultural terrorism risk assessment, storage and packaging methods, design based research, innovative instructional strategies for teaching engineering
- McClurkin, J.D., Ileleji, K., Keener, K. Evaluation of critical treatment parameters using high voltage atmospheric cold plasma for increase shelf-life of distillers wet grains. (In preparation for Animal Feed Science and Technology).
- McClurkin, J., Maier, D., Ileleji, K. Evaluation of microbial reduction on stored grain samples after ozone treatment. (In preparation for The Journal of Stored Products Research).
- McClurkin, J.D., Ileleji, K., Keener, K., 2017. The effect of high-voltage atmospheric cold plasma treatment on the shelf-life of distillers wet grains. Food and Bioprocess Technology, 10, 1431-1440.
- McClurkin, J., Ileleji, K., 2015. The effect of storage temperature and percentage of condensed distillers solubles on the shelf-life of distillers wet grains stored aerobically. Journal of Stored Product Research, 62, 58-64.