Kennedy Bomfeh

Phd Student

kennedybomfeh-jpgKennedy Bomfeh is a food scientist with interest in the field of food safety. He has research experience in microbial and chemical food safety risk assessment, particularly focusing on traditionally processed fish and fish products.

He received an MPhil degree in Food Science in 2011 from the University of Ghana and joined Ghent University as a PhD student in 2015.

His PhD research is assessing the impacts of traditional and novel fish smoking techniques on the contamination of smoked fish with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and human exposure to the hazards. He is also evaluating consumer acceptance of fish products from an improved smoking technique, as well as the impact of traditional storage practices on potential interactions between proteins and lipid-oxidation products in hot-smoked fish.

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