Julie Goddard

November 8, 2016

Julie Goddard

Julie Goddard, associate professor, food science
Academic focus: biomaterials and biointerfaces in food and agriculture
Previous positions: associate professor (2015-16), assistant professor (2009-15),  University of Massachusetts, Amherst; research engineer, Kraft Foods, 1999-2003
Academic background: B.S. chemical engineering, 1999, Ph.D., food science, 2008, Postdoc Mechanical engineering, 2007-09, Cornell University
Last book read: “Daniel Goes to the Potty” by Maggie Testa
In her own time: exploring local agritainment, hiking and creek stomping with the family
Current research project(s): Active food packaging materials to enable removal of synthetic additives while preserving food quality.  Polymer coatings to reduce microbial adhesion and proliferation to improve food safety. Biocatalytic materials for sustainable bioprocessing and diagnostic applications.
What most excites you about Cornell: The opportunities for research collaboration – state of the art facilities, top notch students and scientists; the focus on student professional development; the beauty of the campus and area.