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Brian Himelbloom

Associate Professor

Seafood Specialist

Seafood Science and Technology
College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center
118 Trident Way
Kodiak, AK 99615
(907) 486-1529/1528
Office Hours
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center - 118 Trident Way
North Carolina State University (Food Science)
Louisiana State University (Food Science)
Northern Illinois University (Biology)
College of Lake County (Biology)
Curriculum Vitae
A. Morey, A. Oliveira and B. Himelbloom. 2013. Cellular fatty acid analysis for seafood bacteria identification J. Biol. Life Sci.. 4:139-153.

A. Oliveira, B. Himelbloom, N. Montazeri, M. Davenport, H. Biceroglu, K. Brenner, S. Thomas and C. Crapo. 2013. Development and characterization of fish sausages supplemented with salmon oil J. Food. Proc. Preserv.. 10.1111/jfpp.12126

B. Himelbloom, A. Oliveira, J. Chantarachoti and C. Crapo. 2013. Ethanol development in tissues of spoiling whole pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) J. Food Quality. 36:263-268.

N. Montazeri, A. Oliveira, B. Himelbloom, M. Leigh and C. Crapo. 2013. Chemical characterization of liquid smoke products Food Science & Nutrition. 1:102-115.

N. Montazeri, B. Himelbloom, A. Oliveira, M. Leigh and C. Crapo. 2013. Refined liquid smoke: a potential antilisterial additive to cold-smoked sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) J. Food Protection. 76(5):812-819.

T. Lapis, A. Oliveira, C. Crapo, B. Himelbloom, P. Bechtel and K. Long. 2013. Supplementing long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in canned wild Pacific pink salmon with Alaska salmon oil Food Science & Nutrition. 1:15-26.

A. Oliveira, T. Lapis, T. Popp, B. Himelbloom, S. Smiley, P. Bechtel and C. Crapo. 2010. A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE: FISH PROCESSING BYPRODUCTS. Proceedings of the symposium: Feb. 2009, Portland, OR, USA. The Chemical Composition and Oxidative Stability of Alaskan Commercial Salmon Oils Ed. P. Bechtel and S. Smiley. Alaska Sea Grant,

Himelbloom, B., Zhang, M. and Bower, C. 2010. Advances in Seafood Byproducts: Conference Proceedings. Converting Alaska fish byproducts into compost. Ed. Bechtel, P.J. and Smiley, S.T. Alaska Sea Grant College Program,

Himelbloom, B.H., Oliveira, A.C.M. and Shetty, T.S. 2010. Handbook of Seafood Quality, Safety, and Health Effects. Rapid methods for the identification of seafood microorganisms. Ed. Alasalvar, C., Miyashita, K., Shahidi, F. and Wanasundara, U. Blackwell Publ,

RaLonde, R., Oliveira, A.C.M., Himelbloom, B., Crapo, C., Vorholt, C. and Fong, Q. 2008. Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) mariculture in Alaska. World Aquacult.. 39(2):33-37, 71.

  • seafood microbiology, safety and quality
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