Food Poisoning Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Expert ListingsMichael A. Sulzinski, Ph.D., LLC
Dr. Michael Sulzinski
Clarks Summit (Scranton area), PA
Applying my education, training and experience in Infectious Disease, Vaccine Injuries and Microbiology, I provide expert witness and litigation strategy services. I have an extraordinary ability to explain complex biological and disease concepts to clients, jurors and the court.
G.M. Weber Consulting, LLC
Gary Weber, Ph.D.
Dr. Weber has over 30 years experience working on food safety issues for the USDA, FDA, private sector, and trade associations. He has extensive media experience, and has testified, under oath, numerous times before Congress. He serves as a consultant, and expert witness. He most recently served over four years as Prevention Manager for the FDA Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation Network (CORE). He is an "FDA Certified" FSMA Preventive Controls and Foreign Supplier Verification Program Qualified Individual. While CORE Prevention Manager he dealt with over 100 high profile foodborne illness outbreaks involving the following food/pathogen pairs: E. coli: O121, O26, O157:H7, O111: Leafy Greens, Flour/dough based products, Alfalfa Sprouts, Romaine Lettuce, Chicken Salad/celery, Green Cabbage, and Spinach Cyclospora cayetanensis Bagged Salad, Cilantro Hepatitis A and Strain 1b: Scallops, Pomegranate Arils, Strawberries Listeria monocytogenes: Frozen Vegetables, Soft Cheese, Hummus, Leafy Greens, Stone Fruit, Ice Cream, Caramel Apples Norovirus: Oysters Salmonella; enteritidis, anadem, braenderup, oranienburg, paratyphi B variant, weltevreden, reading, abony, cubana, bredeney, bovismorbificans, bareilly, agona, javiana, newport, heidelberg, mbandaka, montevideo, stanley, saint paul, senftenberg: Cucumbers, Hot Peppers, Pistachios, Leafy Greens, Tuna, Shell Eggs, Sprouts, Yellow Onions, Pine Nuts, Sesame Seeds, Pistachios, Mung Bean Sprouts, Papaya, Tomatoes, Peanut Butter, Romaine Lettuce, Cashews Seafood Toxins: Scrombrotoxin, Tetrodotoxin, Ciguatera Rhabdomyolysis Buffalo Fish, Barracuda, Mackerel, Tuna (Ahi, Yellowtail), Mahi Mahi, Escolar Vibrio parahaemolyticus: Clams, Oysters
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