Tag Archives: Jason Gill

Gill provides expertise on the use of bacteriophages in China

In November, Jason Gill visited the Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences (JAAS), located in Nanjing, China. He was invited and hosted by Dr. Ran Wang, who leads a research group in the JAAS Institute of Food Safety focusing on the safety of animal-derived foods. Dr. Wang’s group has recently become interested in the use of bacteriophages – the viruses that infect bacteria – for the control and detection of pathogenic bacteria in food animal systems, and invited Dr. Gill to consult as an expert in this area. In… Read More →

Gill joins animal science department at Texas A&M University | Department of Animal Science

This news release came out in the spring, but I wanted to make sure that readers of our website knew about Dr. Gill joining the department.  JWS. COLLEGE STATION – Dr. Jason Gill has joined the faculty in the department of animal science at Texas A&M University. Gill will conduct research on the biology and application of bacteriophages, a group of viruses that preys exclusively on bacteria. “We are pleased to welcome Dr. Gill to the department and the expertise he brings in the area of phage biology,”… Read More →