Dr. Jae Park elected as IFT Fellow 2007
PARK NAMED IFT FELLOW
Park has authored or coauthored more surimi-related research work during the last two decades than any other seafood researcher.
His research on ohmic heating has proven to be an
effective method for processing Pacific whiting surimi
without adding enzyme inhibitors. It has saved the
As the founder and director of the
More than 2,500 food professionals around the world have been trained at the
school, which has been held at locations in the
Recognition as an IFT Fellow is a unique professional distinction conferred on individuals with outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience for their contributions to the food science and technology field.
The nominee must have been an IFT Member for 15 years and a Professional
Member at the time of nomination. The 15-year member requirement may be waived
by the Fellows Jury for those nominees who have spent all or a portion of their
careers outside the
IFT has conferred the Fellow designation on a select number of Professional Members every year since 1970. A complete list of Fellows can be found on the IFT Web site at www.ift.org.
Founded in 1939, and with world headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, USA, the Institute of Food Technologists is a not-for-profit international scientific society with 22,000 members working in food science, technology and related professions in industry, academia and government. As the society for food science and technology, IFT brings sound science to the public discussion of food issues.
For more, see IFT.org.