Brandon Carter, D.V.M. is a Food Safety Technical Advisor for Elanco Animal Health. Dr. Carter received his B.S. degree in Animal Science and his D.V.M. from Mississippi State University. He also holds an M.S. degree in Veterinary Epidemiology from West Texas A&M University. His areas of expertise are disease prevention and control for poultry, with specialized expertise in epidemiology and data analysis.

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In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak with Dr. Carter [1:20] about:

  • The significance of pre-harvest diagnostics in food safety risk management
  • Common types of diagnostics used in the assessment of pre-harvest food safety risks
  • The role of data analysis in the interpretation of diagnostic results for food safety decision-making
  • Regulatory frameworks that influence the use of diagnostics in food safety management
  • How diagnostic findings are integrated into food safety intervention strategies
  • Limitations of diagnostics for food safety decision-making
  • Challenges in implementing diagnostic techniques for food safety interventions.



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