Dr. Owen Griffith Jones' Staff

Dr. Owen Griffith Jones
Position
Assistant Professor
Email
joneso@purdue.edu
Phone
765-496-7723
Staff
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Chris Cheng received a BS in Food Science from Purdue University in 2012. Then he continued to receive a MS from North Carolina State University in Food Science in 2014. He is currently pursuing his PhD under Dr. Jones. His research focus has been on developing applications for zein, a protein derived from corn.

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Enrico Federici earned his B.S degree in food science and technology in july 2014 from University of Parma. During his Master in food science and technologies at the University of Parma he joined Dr. Campanella's Lab as a visiting scholar for 6 Month where he worked on his thesis. In October 2016 earned his master in Food science and technologies. After that he worked for 6 month as a research assistant at the University of Parma. Joined Dr. Jones lab in August 2017 as a Ph.D. student. His research focus on improvement of gluten free products with the use of proteins.

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Drew Hirsch received a BS in Food Science from Purdue University in 2017. He then joined Dr. Jones lab to continue his research and pursue a MS. His research focus has been on the functionality and usefulness of protein and chitin from crickets.

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Li Dandan received her BS in Food Science and Engineering from Northeast Forestry University in 2013. Then she went to Jiangnan University to pursue her MS and PhD degree in Food Science and Engineering?. The research topic of her MS and PhD study is about continuous-flow electro-assisted degradation of polysaccharides with different charges. She joined Dr. Jones's group as a visiting scholar in August 2017 to study the interaction between polysaccharide and protein.

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Angarika Rayate received her Bachelors in Chemical Engineering from University of Mumbai in 2015. She started the M.S program in Spring 2016 at Purdue University. Her research focuses on the interaction between dairy proteins and polysaccharides in dilute and concentrated systems.

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