About Today’s Guest: Dr. Frédéric Leroy graduated as a Bioengineer (Ghent University, 1998) and obtained a PhD in Applied Biological Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB, 2002), where he now holds a professorship in food science and (bio)technology. His research deals with bacterial communities in (fermented) foods, human and animal health, food studies, and ‘food traditions’. He is a member of academic non-profit societies, i.e., the Belgian Association of Meat Science and Technology (BAMST, president), Belgian Society for Food Microbiology (BSFM, president), and Belgian Nutrition Society (BNS). On a non-remunerated basis, he also serves on the Scientific Board of World Farmers’ Organization (WFO), FAO/COAG Sub-Committee on Livestock, and Danone Institute Belgium.
Dr. Leroy on Twitter: @fleroy1974
Dr. Leroy’s blog: https://aleph-2020.blogspot.com/p/authors.html