Dr. Maria Corradinni

University of Guelph

Dr. Corradinni is an associate professor in the Department of Food Science and Arrell Food Institute Chair in Food Quality. Maria’s research focuses on the development of novel techniques to study foods, their biophysical behavior, and stability. She couples these techniques with predictive tools and computational methods. The end goal of her research is to provide accurate estimations of food attributes in real time to increase food safety through the development of early warning steps, improve food accessibility and sustainability through a decrease in food waste and optimization of food distribution, and enhance nutrition through the consumption of foods at their peak quality.

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