Human Health Risk Analyst
Assistant Professor, Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Bing Wang is a human health risk analyst specializing in addressing food safety issues. Her research interests center on food safety risk assessment, epidemiology and research synthesis methodologies. Her current projects include analyzing the cost-effectiveness of intervention strategies to control Campylobacter contamination in broiler chicken, source-tracking bacterial contamination in cattle feedlots, relative exposure assessment of the effect of environmental pathways on antibiotic resistant transfer from food-producing animals to human exposure, risk assessment of the use of reclaimed water for food-contact surface cleaning in the food industry.
Prior to joining UNL, Wang was a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Maryland and a postdoctoral research scientist at George Washington University.
Wang earned a doctorate in veterinary microbiology from Iowa State University. She also holds a master’s degree in veterinary pharmacology and toxicology and a bachelor’s degree in veterinary medicine, both from China Agricultural University.