Gloria Sánchez is a Doctor in Biology, specialized in Food Microbiology. She is a research scientist at the Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology (IATA-CSIC). She is working in the microbiology food safety area, dealing with method development and assessment of food manufacturing. Her research is devoted to the study of foodborne pathogens, mainly human enteric viral agents as norovirus and hepatitis A and E viruses. She reports more than 80 peer-reviewed international publications and book chapters. She is currently member of the Committee CEN/TC 275/WG6/TAG4 of the European Union (Enteric viruses in food), expert member of panel “Systematic Review of Public Health effectiveness of Molecular typing of Bacteria and Viruses”, member of the Spanish Committee AEN/CTN34/SC4/GT06 (Microbial contamination) and member of the Advisory Council of the Spanish Agency for Food Safety. She was also a member of the Management Committee of the Cost 929 Action“A European Network for Environmental and Food Virology“. She was project leader of the enteric virus group (2004-2008) at Nestlé Research Center in Switzerland.
G. Sánchez. Processing strategies to inactivate Hepatitis A virus in food products: a critical review. 2015. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 14: 771-784.
G. Sánchez, P. Elizaquível, R. Aznar, M.V. Selma. 2015. Virucidal effect of High Power Ultrasound Combined with a Residual Chemical Sanitizer containing Peroxyacetic Acid for water reconditioning in the Fresh-cut industry. Food Control
C. Sánchez, R. Aznar, G. Sánchez. 2015. The Effect of carvacrol on enteric viruses. International Journal of Food Microbiology 192: 72 -76.
P. Elizaquível, R. Aznar, G. Sánchez. 2014. Recent developments in the use of viability dyes and quantitative PCR in food microbiology. Journal of Applied Microbiology 116:1-13.
A. Martínez-Abad, J. M. Lagarón, M. J. Ocio, G. Sánchez. 2013. Evaluation of silver-infused polylactide films for inactivation of Salmonella and feline calicivirus in vitro and on fresh-cut vegetables. International Journal of Food Microbiology
- Date of the request:Tuesday, 12 January, 2016