Complete List of Productivity of Ewen Todd Since 1970

 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

 

1970

1.            Stuart, P. F., Wiebe, E. J., McElroy, R., Cameron, D. G., Todd, E. C. D., Erdman, I. E., Albalas, B., and Pivnick, H. 1970.  Botulism among Cape Dorset Eskimos and suspected botulism at Frobisher Bay and Wakeham Bay.  Can. J. Public Health 61: 509-517.

2.            Todd, E., Pivnick, H., Hendricks, S., Thomas, J., and Riou, J. 1970.  An evaluation of public health hazards of barbecued chickens.  Can. J. Public Health. 61: 215-225.

 

1971

3.            Milling, M., Park, C., Erdman, I. E., Todd, E. C. D., Casey, J., Fish, N., Gale, R. A., Johnston, A. J., and Pivnick, H. 1971.  Staphylococcal food poisoning from commercially prepared barbecued chicken, from "hot" turkey sandwiches, and from ham.  Can. J. Public Health 62: 382-385.

 

1972

4.            Park, C. E., Stankiewicz, Z. K., Johnston, M. A., and Todd, E. C. D. 1972.  The toxic effect of 4-chloro-2 cyclopentylphenyl B-D-galactopyranoside in lactose broth on growth of Shigella in mixed culture with Escherichia coli.  Can. J. Microbiol. 18: 1743-48.

5.            Todd, E. C. D. 1972.  Temperature of storage of potentially hazardous food in Canada–an appeal for uniform regulations.  Can. J. Public Health 63: 493-498.

 

1973

6.            Larmond, E., Gilbert, J., and Todd, E. 1973.  Temperature effect on the organoleptic quality of barbecued chickens.  Can. Inst. Food Sci. Technol. J., 6: 29-31.

7.            Riedel, G. W., and Todd, E. C. D. 1973.  Sterility testing of large-volume aqueous pharmaceutical products (intravenous solution) by the membrane filtration technique.  Can. J. Pharm. Sci. 8: 23-25.

8.            Todd, E. C. D., Park, C., Holmes, R., Chaudhry, S., Emson, H., and Link, H. 1973.  Suspected staphylococcal food poisoning from ham and shrimp from maltreated cans.  Can J. Public Health 64: 360-363.

9.            Todd, E..  Surveillance of Food-borne Disease—Canada, 1973.  Wkly. Epidem. Rec. (WHO). 17 Sept. 38: 296-298.

 

1974

10.        Park, C., Todd, E., Purvis, U., and Laidley, R. 1974.  Disease traced to cheese.  Letter to the Editor of the Lancet. Feb. 2, 172-173.

11.        Todd, E. C. D., and Pivnick, H. 1974.  The significance of food poisoning on Canada. (Editorial).  Can. J. Public Health 65: 88-91.

12.        Todd, E., Erdman, I., and Pivnick, H. 1974.  Recommended procedures for preparation and vending of barbecued meats cooked in rotisseries.  J. Milk Food Technol. 37: 157 -159.

13.        Todd, E., Park, C., Clecner, B., Fabricius, A., Edwards, D., and Ewan, P. 1974.  Two outbreaks of Bacillus cereus food poisoning in Canada.  Can J. Public Health 65: 109-113.

 

1975

14.        Gleeson, T., and Todd, E. 1975.  The use of a microwave oven for melting small quantities of solidified bacteriological media.  J. Inst. Can. Sci. Technol. Aliment. 8: 55-56.

15.        Rayman, M. K., Park, C. E., Philpott, J., and Todd, E. C. D. 1975.  Reassessment of the coagulase and thermostable nuclease tests as means of identifying Staphylococcus aureus.  Appl. Microbiol. 29: 451-454.

 

1976

16.        Todd, E. C. D. 1976.  The first annual summary of food-borne disease in Canada.  J. Milk Food Technol. 39: 426-431.

17.              Mathias, R.G., Todd, E., Szabo, R., and Martin, D. 1976.  Illness from fried rice - St. John's, Newfoundland.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 2: 78-79.

18.              Moberly, J., Makin, J., Kennedy, M. E., and Todd, E. 1976.  Clostridium perfringens food poisoning - Ottawa.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 2: 90-91.

19.              Todd, E. 1976.  First Annual Summary of Food-borne Disease in Canada - 1973.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 2: 178-180.

 

1977

 

20.              Todd, E. C. D., et al. 1977.  Botulism - Northwest Territories.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 3 (42): 167-168.

21.              Moores, D. G., Coulter, D. M., Stewart, P., Todd, E., and Szabo, R. 1977.  Botulism Northwest Territories.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 3 (42): 167 -168.

 

1977

22.        Todd, E. (contributor in round table). 1977.  Recent advances in acute gastroenteritis.  Can. Med. Assoc. J. 116: 776-779.

23.        Todd, E., and White, F. 1977.  Food-borne disease in Canada.  Letter to the Editor of Can. Med. Assoc. J. 117: 117-118, July 23.

24.        Todd, E. 1977.  Food-borne disease in Canada - 1974 Annual Summary.  J. Food Protect. 40: 493-498.

 

1978

 

25.        Todd, E. 1978.  Food-borne disease in Canada - 1975 Annual Summary.  J. Food Protect. 41: 910-918.

26.        Todd, E. 1978.  Surveillance of food and water-borne diseases - Canada (1974).  WHO Wkly Epid. Rec. 53: 331-332.

27.        Aldrich, M., Myers, M., Covill, F. J., Szabo R., and Todd, E. 1978.  Probable botulism - Northwest Territories.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (2): 7-8.

28.        Todd, E., Szabo, R., Woolacott P., and Bowmer, E. 1978.  Botulism. British Columbia.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (5): 20.

29.        Todd, E., Reid, J. E., McNeill, R. J., Brennan D. M., and Martin, R. S. 1978.  Paralytic shellfish poisoning - Nova Scotia.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (6): 21-22.

30.        Todd, E., Collins Thompson, D., and Kumchy, P. 1978.  Consumption of raw milk a potential hazard.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (11): 41-43.

31.        Hauschild, A., Hilsheimer, R., Todd, E., Martin, J., Whelton, C., Moores, D., Johnston, D., Singh, J., White B., and O'Connor, V. 1978.  Botulism at Cape Dorset, N. W. T.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (20): 77-79.

32.        Pivnick, H., Todd, E., Burn, N., Kittner, P., Hutchings, C. F., Barber, N., Martineau C., and Breton, J. - P. 1978.  Salmonellosis due to Chinese barbecued pork and boiled chicken. Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (21): 81-83.

33.        Todd, E. 1978.  Annual summary of food-borne and water-borne disease in Canada 1974.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (36): 142-144.

34.        Todd, E., Szabo, R., Graham, L. M., Edwards, G., Melling, J., Capel, B., and Parry, J. 1978.  Foodborne illness from pancakes - Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 4 (43): 171-172.

 

1979

 

35.              Bonham, G. H., Bowmer, E. J., Szabo, R., Todd E., and Gleeson, T. 1979.  Staphylococcal food poisoning - British Columbia.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (12): 45-46.

36.              Todd, E., Szabo, R., Akhtar, M., Gleeson, T., Foster, R., Attwood, M., Adamik D., and Burgener, D. M. 1979.  Staphylococcal contamination of processed cheese - Manitoba.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (26): 109.

37.              Todd, E., Shelley, D., Szabo, R., Robern, H., Gleeson, T., Durante, A., Marcoux, M. A., Entis, P., Morrison, D., Purvis, U., R. Foster, Burgener, D. M., Wright, W. W., Maharajah, R. S., Brodsky, M., Magus, M., Ruf, F. W., and Schub, H. W. 1979.  Staphylococcal  intoxication from Swiss-type cheese - Quebec and Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (26): 110-112.

38.              Todd, E. 1979.  Editorial comment on staphylococcal intoxication from Swiss type cheese.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (26): 112.

39.              Boyd, H. L., Reid, J., and Todd, E. 1979.  Paralytic shellfish poisoning. New Brunswick.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (32): 137-139.

40.              Todd, E. 1979.  Editorial Comment on paralytic shellfish poisoning in New Brunswick.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (32): 139.

41.              Todd, E., Szabo, R., Gardiner, M., Gagnon L., and Stringer, M. F. 1979.  An outbreak of Clostridium perfringens food poisoning - Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (35): 153-155.

42.              Todd, E. 1979.  Editorial Comment on Clostridium perfringens Food Poisoning.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (35): 155.

43.              Schnee, P. F., Stroh, W., Smith, D., Decker, S., Robertson, H. E., Toth, L., Gador, S., Todd, E., Szabo, R., Dickie, N., Akhtar, M., and Wright, N.  1979.  Staphylococcal food poisoning.  Saskatchewan.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 5 (44): 197-199.

 

1980

 

44.              Burgener, D. M., Foster, R., Adamik, D., Szabo, R., Dickie, N., Akhtar, M., Todd, E., Brown, B., Herries, H., Skorobonhach, J., Odermatt K. M., and Stroh, D. 1980.  Staphylococcal food poisoning from canned fish - Saskatchewan and British Columbia.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 6 (5): 21-23.

45.              Todd, E. 1980.  Editorial Comment.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 6 (5): 23.

46.              Todd, E., Pivnick, H., and Pivnick, K. 1980.  Illness from kidney beans.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 6 (21): 101-103.

47.              Todd, E., and Riedel, G. 1980.  Lactose intolerance - An important cause of gastroenteritis.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 6 (48): 238-240.

 

1981

 

 

48.        Todd, E., Lavallee, J., Martin, R. S., Greene, V. C., Gilgan, M. W., Landry, G. and Murphy, S. S. 1981.  Scombroid poisoning from smoked mackerel - Nova Scotia.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep., 7 (16): 77-78.

49.        Kahana, L. M., and Todd, E. 1981.  Histamine poisoning in a patient on isoniazid.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep.. 7 (16): 79-80.

50.        Todd, E., and Humphreys, W. T. 1981.  Allergic-type reaction from lobster - Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep., 7 (24): 118-119.

51.        Todd, E., Rickey, N., Gardiner, M. A., Varga S., and Dewar, A. B. 1981.  Staphylococcal food poisoning from a punctured can. - Nova Scotia.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 7 (34): 169-170.

52.        Todd, E., Szabo, R., Gardiner, M. A., Akhtar, M., Delorme, L., Tourillon, P., Moisan, S., Rochefort, J., Roy, D., Loit, A., Lamontagne, Y., Gosselin, L., Martineau G., and Breton, J. P. 1981.  Staphylococcal intoxication from cheese curds - Quebec.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 7 (34): 171-172.

53.        Todd, E., Szabo, R., Robern, H., Gleeson, T., Park, C., and Clark, D. S. 1981.  Variation in counts, enterotoxin levels and TNase in Swiss-type cheese contaminated with Staphylococcus aureus.  J. Food Protect. 44: 839-848.

54.        Todd, E. 1981.  Food-borne and water-borne disease in Canada - 1976 Annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 44: 787-795.

 

1982

 

55.        Todd, E. 1982.  Food-borne and water-borne disease in Canada - 1977 Annual Summary.  J. Food Protect. 45: 865-873.

56.        Todd, E. 1982.  Paralytic shellfish poisoning in Canada, 1974-1981.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 8 (18): 90-92.

57.        Hutchings, G. F., Salewski, J., Nielson, S., Clark, J., Shaughnessy M. O., and Todd, E. 1982.  Salmonellosis probably caused by protein milk supplement - Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 8 (21): 103-104.

58.        Glen, R. C., de Grosbois, J., Bergin, A. 0., Jordan, G., Robillard P., and Todd, E. 1982.  Salmonellosis from turkeys - Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 8 (35): 173-174.

59.        Todd, E., Brown, B., and Clark, D. S. 1982.  Problems with canned Canadian and U.S. Salmon.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 8 (37): 181-182.

60.        Todd, E. 1982.  Update on food-borne disease in Canada.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 8 (46): 229-230.

61.        Todd, E. 1982.  Improvement of food-borne disease reporting in Canada.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 8 (46): 230-232.

 

1983

 

62.        Todd, E. 1983.  Foodborne disease in Canada, a 5-year Summary.  J. Food Protect. 46: 650-657.

63.        Todd, E., Jarvis, G. A., Weiss, K. F., Riedel, G. W., and Charbonneau, S. 1983.  Microbiological quality of frozen cream-type pies sold in Canada.  J. Food Protect.  46: 34-40.

64.        Todd, E. 1983.  Editorial comment on paralytic shellfish poisoning in Newfoundland.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 9 (7): 25-26.

65.        Todd, E. 1983.  Salmonella in spices and chocolate.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 9 (9): 35-36.

66.        Smith, S., D'Aeth, R., Fitzpatrick, J., Whittaker, A., Igoe, M., Wheeler, R., Martin, P., Jackson, F. L., Todd, E., Szabo, R., Hauschild A., and Hilsheimer, R. 1983.  Botulism  Northwest Territories.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 9 (14): 55-56.

67.        Todd, E., Szabo, R., Cross, B., McQuillan, R. C., Cummer and L., Field, H. 1983.  Ciguatera Poisoning.  First confirmed report in Canada.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 9 (44): 174-176.

68.        Todd, E. 1983.  Editorial comment on ciguatera poisoning.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 9 (44): 176.

 

1984

 

69.        Szabo, R. A, Todd, E., and Rayman, M. K. 1984.  Twenty-four hour isolation and confirmation of Bacillus cereus in foods.  J. Food Protect.  47: 856-860.

70.        Todd, E. 1984.  Shellfish and fish poisoning in Canada, 1972-1983.  Can. Dis. Wkly. Rep. 10 (6): 21-24.

71.        Patton, R., Bergin, A. O., Todd, E. and Cole, T. 1984.  Datura poisoning from hamburger–Ontario.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 10 (12): 45-46.

 

1985

 

72.        Todd, E. 1985.  Reptile pets a source of Salmonella.  Can. Fam. Physician, 31: 1578. (editorial).

73.        Todd, E. 1985.  Foodborne and waterborne disease in Canada - 1979 annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 48: 1071-1078.

74.        Todd, E. 1985.  Economic loss from foodborne disease outbreaks associated with foodservice establishments.  J. Food Protect. 48: 169-180.

75.        Todd, E. 1985.  Economic Loss from foodborne disease and non-illness related recalls because of mishandling by food processors.  J. Food Protect. 48: 621-633.

76.        Todd, E. 1985.  Foodborne and waterborne diseases in Canada - 1978 Annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 48: 990-996.

77.        Todd, E. 1985.  Foodborne and waterborne diseases in Canada - 1979 Annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 48: 1071-1078.

78.              1985

79.        Todd, E. and Styliadis, S. 1985.  Turtle and other reptile-associated cases of salmonellosis: Comment.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 11 (28): 119-120.

80.        Bourgault, A.- M. and Todd, E.  1985.  Ciguatera poisoning acquired in the Dominican Republic - Quebec.  Can. Dis. Wkly. Rep. 11 (35): 151-152.

81.        Todd, E. 1985.  Ciguatera and other dinoflagellate poisonings in Canada: Comment.  Can. Dis. Wkly Rep. 11 (35): 151.

 

1986

 

82.        Todd, E., Szabo, R. A., and Spiring, F. 1986.  Donairs (gyros) - potential hazards and control.  J. Food Protect. 49: 369-377.

83.        Stersky, A. K., Szabo, R., Todd, E., Thacker, C., Dickie N., and Akhtar, M. 1986.  Staphylococcus aureus. growth and thermostable nuclease and enterotoxin production in canned salmon and sardines.  J. Food Protect. 49: 428-435.

84.        Ho., A. M. H., Frazer, I. M., and Todd, E. 1986.  Ciguatera poisoning: a report of three cases.  Annals of Emergency Medicine. 15: 225-1228.

85.        Szabo, R. A., Todd, E., and Jean, A. 1986.  Method to isolate E. coli 0157:H7 from food.  J. Food Protect. 49: 768-772.

 

1987

86.        D'Aoust, J. Y., Emmons, D. B., McKellar, R., Timbers, G. E., Todd, E., Sewell, A. M. and Warburton, D. W. 1987.  Thermal inactivation of Salmonella species in fluid milk.  J. Food Protect. 50: 494-501.

87.        Todd, E. 1987.  Foodborne and waterborne disease in Canada - 1980 Annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 50: 420-428.

88.        Todd, E. 1987.  Foodborne and waterborne disease in Canada - 1981 Annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 50: 982-991.

 

1988

89.        Todd, E.  1988.  Botulism in native peoples - an economic study.   J. Food Protect. 51: 581-587.

90.        D'Aoust, J. Y., Park, C. E., Szabo, R. A., Todd, E.  Emmons, D. B. and McKellar, R. C. 1988.  Thermal inactivation of Campylobacter species, Yersinia enterocolitica and hemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7 in fluid milk.  J. Dairy Sci. 71: 3230-3236.

91.        Todd, E., Szabo, R. A., Peterkin, P., Sharpe, A. N., Parrington, L., Bundle, D., Gidney, M. A. S. and Perry, M. B. 1988.  Rapid hydrophobic grid membrane filter enzyme labelled antibody procedure for identification and enumeration of Escherichia coli O157 in foods.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 54: 2536-2540.

 

1989

92.        Todd, E. 1989.  Foodborne and waterborne disease in Canada - 1983 annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 52: 436-442.

93.        Todd, E. 1989.  Foodborne and waterborne disease in Canada - 1984 annual summary.  J. Food Protect. 52: 503-511.

94.        Todd, E. 1989.  Preliminary estimates of costs of foodborne disease in Canada and costs to reduce salmonellosis.  J. Food Protect. 52: 586-594.

95.        Todd, E. 1989.  Preliminary estimates of costs of foodborne disease in the United States.  J. Food Protect. 52: 593-601.

96.        Todd, E. 1989.  Costs of acute bacterial foodborne disease in Canada and the United States.  Internat. J. Food Micro. 9: 313-326.

97.        Bates, S. S., Bird, C. J., de Freitas, A. W. S., Foxall, R., Gilgan, M., Hanic, L. A., Johnson, G. R., McCulloch, A. W., Odense, P., Pocklington, R., Quilliam, M. A. Sim, P. F., Smith, J. C., Subba Rao, D. V., Todd, E., Walter, J. A., and Wright, J. L. C. 1989.  The pennate diatom, Nitzschia pungens, as the primary source of domoic acid in shellfish from eastern Prince Edward Island, Canada.  Can. J. Fish Agric. Sci. 46: 1203-1215.

 

1990

98.        Perl, T. M., Bédard, L., Kosatsky, T., Hockin, J. C., Todd, E. C. D., and Remis, R. S. 1990.  An outbreak of toxic encephalopathy caused by eating mussels contaminated with domoic acids.  N. Engl. J. Med. 322: 1775-1780.

99.        Szabo, R., Todd, E., MacKenzie, J., Parrington, L. and Armstrong, A. 1990.  Increased sensitivity of the rapid hydrophobic grid membrane filter enzyme- labeled antibody procedure for Escherchia coli O157 detection in foods and bovine feces.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 56: 3546-3549.

100.    Tryphonas, L., Truelove, J., Todd, E., Nera, E., and Iverson, F., 1990.  Experimental oral toxicity of domoic acid in cymologus monkeys (M. fascicularis) and rats.  Food Chem. Toxicol. 28: 707-715.

101.    Perl, T. M., Hockin, J. C., Kosatsky, T., Todd, E. C. D., Bédard, L., and Remis, R. S. 1990.  Neurologic sequelae after ingestion of mussels contaminated with domoic acid.  Letter to the Editor, N. Engl. J. Med. 323: 1632.

 

1992

102.    Todd, E., MacKenzie, J. M., Parrington, L. J., Sharpe, A. N., Peterkin, P. I., Diotte, M. P., Gidney, M. A. J., Nielson, K., Fraser, A., Rahn, K., Tiffin, A. I., Paterson, G., and Gehle, W. 1992.  Evaluation of Salmonella antisera for an optimum enzyme-linked ant body detection of Salmonella using hydrophobic grid membrane filters.  Food Microbiol. 8: 311-324.

103.    Todd, E. C. D., Brown, D. J., Rutherford, M., Grolla, A., Saarkoppel, H., Chan, A., McGregor, G., Ryan, S., and Riffle, J. 1992.  Scombroid poisoning - an outbreak in two Ontario Communities.  Can. Comm. Dis. Rep. 18 (3): 17-19.

104.    Todd, E. 1985.  3 articles: Food-borne Disease; Water-borne Disease; Salmonella; in the New Canadian Encyclopaedia, 1985. 1st Edition.

105.    Todd, E. 1987.  3 articles: Food-borne Disease; Water borne Disease; Salmonella; in the New Canadian Encyclopaedia, 1985, updated for 1987 2nd Edition.

106.    Todd, E. 1990.  Acute illness from environmental contaminants. Chapter 22.  In Food Contamination from Environmental Sources. ed. J.O. Nriagu. John Wiley and Sons, New York, pp. 663-719.

107.    Todd, E.  1991.  Epidemiology of foodborne illness:  North America in Foodborne Illness - In A Lancet Review W. M. Waites and J. P. Arbuthnott (eds.).  Edward Arnold, London, pp. 9-15.

108.    Hitchings, A. D., Hartman, P. A., and Todd, E. C. D.  1992.  Coliforms - Escherichia coli and its toxins. Chapter 24.  In Compendium of Methods for the Microbiological Examination of Foods.  3rd edit.  American Public Health Association.  C. Zanderzant and D.F. Spittoesser (eds.). Washington D.C., pp. 325-369.

109.    Todd, E. 1992.  How ciguatera affects Canadians.  In Ciguatera. ed. T.R. Tosteson, Polyscience Publications. Quebec, pp. 181-195.

 

1993

 

110.    Bryan, F. L.; Guzewich, J. J.; Todd, E. C. D. 1993. Use of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point approach by state, provincial and local food protection agencies:  results of a survey and discussion.  Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation. 13: 323-331.

111.    Todd, E. C. D., MacKenzie, J. M., and Peterkin, P. I. 1993.  Development of an enzyme linked antibody hy’ drophobic grid membrane filter method for detection of Salmonella in foods.  Food Microbiol. 10: 87-99.

112.    Doran, J. L., Collinson, S. K., Burian, J., Sarlos, G., Todd, E. C. D., Munro, C. K., Kay, C. M., Banser, P. A., Peterkin, P. I. and Kay, W. W. 1993.  DNA-based diagnostic tests for Salmonella species targeting agfA, the structural gene for thin, aggerative fimbriae.  J. Clin. Microbiol. 31: 2263-2273.

113.    Todd, E. C. D., Avery, G., Grant, A. G., Fenwick, J. C., Chang, R. C. and Babiuk, T. 1993.  Severe cases of paralytic shellfish poisoning - British Columbia.  Can. Comm. Dis. Rep. 19 (13): 99-102.

114.    Gardiner, M. - A., and Todd, E. 1993.  Contamination: types and causes (extraneous matter).  In Encyclopaedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition, Academic Press, London, pp. 1205-1209.

115.    Todd, E. 1993.  Tampering.  In above Encyclopaedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition, Academic Press, London (article accepted but not used because the editors were concerned over possible copycat action, however, parts abstracted).

116.    Todd, E.  1993.  Contamination: detection (chemical and microbial).  In Encyclopaedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition, Academic Press, London, pp. 1209-1214.

117.    Cembella, A. D., and Todd, E. C. D. 1993.  Seafood toxins of algal origin and their control in Canada.  In Algal Toxins in Seafood and Drinking Water. Falconer, I. R. (ed.), Academic Press, London, pp. 129-144.

 

1994

 

118.    Todd, E. C. D. 1994.  Surveillance of foodborne disease.  In Foodborne Disease Handbook.  Diseases Caused by Bacteria, Hui, Y. H., Gorham, J. R., Murrell, K. D., and Cliver, D. O. (eds.) Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York, pp. 461-536.

119.    Foegeding, P. M., Roberts, T., Bennett, J. M., Bryan, F. L., Cliver, D. O., Doyle, M. P., Eden, R. F., Flowers, R., Foreman, C. T., Lorber, B., Madden, J. M., Rose, J. B., Smith, J. L., Todd, E. C. D., and Wekell, M. M. 1994.  Foodborne Pathogens: Risks and Consequences, Taskforce report No. 122.  Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST), Ames, Iowa, pp. 1-87.

120.    Todd, E. 1994.  Emerging diseases associated with harmful algal blooms and other waterborne disease agents.  In Disease in Evolution: Global Changes and Emergence of Infectious Diseases, Wilson, M. E., Levins, R., and Spielman, A. (eds.) Annals of New York Academy of Science 70: 77-94.

121.    Doran, J. L., Collinson, S. K., Kay, C. M., Banser, P. A., Burian, J., Munro, C. K., Lee, S. H., Somers, J. M., Todd, E. C. D., and Kay, W. W. 1994.  fimA and tctC based DNA diagnostics for Salmonella.  Molec.  Cellul. Probes. 8: 291-310.

122.    Warburton, D. W., Bowen, B., Konkle, A., Crawford, C., Durzi, S., Foster, R., Gour, L., Krohn, G., LaCasse, P., Lamontagne, G., McDonagh, S., Arling, V., Mackenzie, J., Todd, E., Oggel, J., Plante, R., Shaw, S., Tiwari, N. P., Trottier, Y., and Wheeler, B. D. 1994.  A comparison of six different plating media used in the isolation of Salmonella.  Internat. J. Food Microbiol. 22: 277-298.

123.    Warburton, D. W., Oggel, J., Bowen, B., Crawford, C., Durzi, S., Gibson, E., Foster, R., Gour, L., Krohn, G., McDonagh, S., Mackenzie, J., Todd, E., Shaw, S., Tiwari, N. P., Trottier, Y., and Wheeler, B. D. 1994.  A comparison of the modified 1-2 Test and the HPB standard method for isolation of Salmonella.  Food Microbiol. 11: 253-263.

124.    Warburton, D. W., Arling, V., Worobec, S., Mackenzie, J., Todd, E., LaCasse, P., Lamontagne, G., Plante, R., Shaw, S., Bowen, B., and Konkle, A. 1994.  A comparison of the EF-18 agar/hydrophobic grid membrane filter method and the enzyme linked antibody (ELA/HGMF) method to the standard HPB method in the isolation of Salmonella.  Internat.  J. Food Microbiol. 23: 89-98.

 

1996

125.    Todd, E. C. D., and Harwig, J. 1996.  Microbial risk analysis in Canada.  J. Food Prot. 1996 Suppl. 10 -18.

126.    Doran, J. L., Collinson, S. K., Clouthier, S. C., Cebula, T. A., Koch, W. H., Burian, J., Banser, P. A., Todd, E. C. D., and Kay, W. W. 1996.  Diagnostic potential of sefA DNA probes to Salmonella enteritidis and certain other O-serogroup D1 Salmonella serovars.  Molec.  Cell. Probes. 10: 233-246.

127.    Todd, E. 1996.  Risk assessment of use of cracked eggs in Canada.  Internat. J. Food Microbiol. 30: 125-143.

128.   Todd, E.  1996.  Salmonella.  In the Canadian Encyclopaedia, McClelland and Stewart, Inc., Toronto.

 

1997

 

129.    Guzewich, J. J., Bryan, F. L., and Todd, E. C. D. 1997.  Surveillance of foodborne disease I. Purposes and types of surveillance systems and networks.  J. Food Prot. 60: 555-566.

130.    Bryan, F. L., Guzewich, J. J., and Todd, E. C. D. 1997.  Surveillance of foodborne disease II. Summary and presentation of descriptive data and epidemiologic patterns; their value and limitations.  J. Food Prot. 60: 567-578.

131.    Bryan, F. L., Guzewich, J. J., and Todd, E. C. D.  1997.  Surveillance of foodborne disease III. Summary and presentation of data on vehicles and contributory factors; their value and limitations.  J. Food Prot. 60: 701-714.

132.    Todd, E. C. D., Guzewich, J. J., and Bryan, F. L. 1997.  Surveillance of foodborne disease IV. Dissemination and uses of surveillance data.  J. Food Prot. 60: 715-723.

133.    Todd, E. 1997.  Waterborne Disease.  In the Canadian Encyclopaedia, McClelland and Stewart, Inc., Toronto.

134.    Todd, E. 1997.  Hamburger Disease.  In the Canadian Encyclopaedia, McClelland and Stewart, Inc., Toronto.

135.    Todd, E. 1997.  Disease.  In the Canadian Encyclopaedia, McClelland and Stewart, Inc., Toronto.

 

1998

136.    Cassin, M., Lammerding, A., Todd. E. C. D., and Ross, W. 1998.  Quantitative risk assessment for Escherichia coli O157:H7 in hamburgers.  Internat. J. Food Microbiol. 41: 21-44.

137.    Foegeding, P., Roberts, T., Buchanan, R. L., Doyle, M. P., Kvenberg, J. E., Lautner, E., Madden, J. M., Potter, M. E., Rose, J. B., Smith, J. L., deWaal, C. S, Swanson, K. M. J., Todd, E. C. D., Tompkin, R. B., Foreman, C. T., Wachsmuch, I. K., Wekell, M. M., and Zawel, S. 1998.  Foodborne Pathogens: Review of Recommendations.  Council for Agricultural Science and Technology. Report No. 22, October, pp. 1-45.

 

1999

138.    Todd, E. C. D., Szabo, R. A., Mackenzie, J. M., Martin, A., Sandhu, K., Rahn, K., Gyles, C., Alves, D., and Yee, A. 1999.  J. Application of a DNA hybridization-hydrophobic grid membrane filter method for detection of verotoxigenic Escherichia coliAppl. Environ. Microbiol. 65: 4775-4780.

 

2000

 

139.          Todd, E. C. D. 2000.  Escherichia coli O157:H7 infections associated with ground beef and their control in Canada.  Can. Comm. Dis. Rep. 26 (13): 111-116.

140.          Todd, E. C. D. 2000.  Food poisoning associated with the ingestion of fiddleheads - Quebec 1999 (Editorial).  Can. Comm. Dis. Rep. 26 (20): 169-170.

141.          Todd, E. C. D. 2000.  Escherichia coli O157:H7 infections associated with ground beef and their control in Canada.  Can. Comm. Dis. Rep. 26 (13): 111-116.

142.          Todd, E. C. D. 2000.  Food Safety Information for those in recreational activities or hazardous occupations or situations.  In Safe Handling of Foods, Farber, J., and Todd, E. C. D. (eds.).  Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. pp. 415-454.

143.          Sockett, P. and Todd, E. C. D. 2000.  The economic costs of foodborne disease. In Microbiological Safety and Quality of Food. Vol. II. B. M. Lund, T. C. Baird-Parker, and G. W. Gould (eds.).  Aspen Publishers, Gaithersburg, MD. pp. 1563-1588.

 

2001

144.    Bisaillon, J.-R., Feltmate, T. E., Sheffeld, S., Julian, R., Todd, E. C D., Poppe, C., and Quessy, S. 2001.  Classification of grossly detectable abnormalities and conditions seen at postmortem in Canadian Poultry abattoirs according to a hazard identification decision tree.  J. Food Prot. 64: 1973-1980.

145.    Todd, E. C. D. 2001.  Surveillance of foodborne disease.  In Foodborne Disease Handbook: Diseases Caused by Bacteria, Hui, Y.H., Pierson, M. D., and Gorham, J. R. (eds.) 2nd edition. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York,  pp. 515-585.

 

2002

146.    Banerjee, S. K., Pandian, S., Todd, E. C. D., and Farber, J. M. 2002.  A rapid and improved method for the detection of Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio vulnificus strains grown on hydrophobic grid membrane filters. J. Food Prot. 65: 1049-1053.

2003

147.    Todd, E.C.D. 2003. Microbiological safety standards and public health goals to reduce foodborne disease. Meat Science 66: 33-43.

148.    Duff, Steven, Scott, Elizabeth, Mafilios, Michael, Todd, Ewen C., Krilov, Leonard, Geddes, Alasdair, and Ackerman, Stacey J. 2003. Cost-effectiveness of a targeted disinfection program in household kitchens to prevent foodborne illnesses in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.  J. Food Protection 66 (11): 2103-2115.

149.          Todd, E. 2003.  Contamination of food.  In Encyclopaedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition. Caballero, B., Trugo, L, and Finglas, P. (eds). Academic Press, London, UK. pp. 1593-1600.

150.          Buchanan, R., Lindqvist, R., Ross, T., Smith, M., Todd, E., and Whiting, R. 2003. Risk Assessment of Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods. Interpretative summary. FAO/WHO.

151.          Buchanan, R., Lindqvist, R., Ross, T., Smith, M., Todd, E., and Whiting, R. 2003. Risk Assessment of Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods. Technical document. FAO/WHO.

 

2004

152.    Michaels, B., Keller, C., Blevins, M., Paoli, G., Ruthman, T., Todd, E., and Griffith, C.J. 2004. Prevention of food worker transmission of foodborne pathogens:  Risk assessment and evaluation of effective hygiene intervention strategies.  Food Service Technology 4: 31-49.

153.    Rooney, R.M., Bartram, J.K., Cramer, E.H., Mantha, S., Nichols, G., Suraj, R., Todd, E.C.D. 2004.  A review of outbreaks of waterborne disease associated with ships: evidence for risk management.  Public Health Rep. 119: 435-42.

154.          FAO/WHO.  2004.  Authors:  Buchanan, R., Lindqvist, R., Ross, T., Smith, M., Todd, E., and Whiting, R.  Risk assessment of Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods: Technical Report. FAO/WHO Microbiological Risk Assessment Series, No.5.  pp. 1-307.

155.          McMasters, R. L., and Todd, E. C. 2004. Modeling growth and reduction of microorganisms in foods as functions of temperature and time. Risk Analysis 24: 409-414.

156.          Vorst, K. L., Todd, E. C. D., and Ryser, E. T. 2004.  Improved quantitative recovery of Listeria monocytogenes from stainless steel surfaces using a 1-ply composite tissue.  J. Food Prot. 66: 2212-2217.

157.          Todd, E. C. D., 2004. Risk management – a glimpse forward. In Pre-Harvest and Post-Harvest Food Safety: Contemporary Issues and Future Directions.  Ross C. Beier, Suresh D. Pillai, Timothy D. Phillips, Richard L. Ziprin (Eds.), Iowa State Press, a Blackwell Publishing Company, Ames, IA, 2004. pp. 427-436.

 

2005

 

158.          Expert Scientific Review Panel on Listeria Monocytogenes in Foods (E. Todd, member) September 2005. Report. Achieving Continuous Improvement In Reductions In Foodborne Listeriosis - A Risk Based Approach.  International Life Sciences Institute, Washington, DC. J. Food Prot. 68(9): 1934-1994.

2006

 

159.          Carrasco, E., García-Gimeno, R., Seselovsky, R., Valero, A., Pérez, F., Zurera, G., and Todd, E. 2006. Predictive model of Listeria monocytogenes’ growth rate under different temperatures and acids. Food Sci. Tech. Int. 12: 47–56.

160.          Vorst, K.L., Todd, E. C. D., and Ryser, E. T. 2006. Transfer of Listeria monocytogenes during mechanical slicing of turkey breast, bologna, and salami. J. Food Protect. 69: 619–626.

161.          Bahk, Gyung-Jin; Hong, Chong-Hae; Oh, Deog-Hwan; Ha, Sang-Do; Park, Ki-Hwan; Todd, Ewen C.D. 2006. Modeling the level of contamination of Staphylococcus aureus in ready-to-eat kimbab in Korea. J. Food Protect. 69(6): 1340-1346.

162.          Pérez-Rodríguez, F., Todd, E.C.D., Valero, A., Carrasco, E., García, R.M.,Zurera, G. 2006. Linking quantitative exposure assessment and risk management using the food safety objective concept: an example with Listeria monocytogenesin different cross-contamination scenarios. J. Food Protect, 69(10), 2384-2394.

163.          Todd, E.C.D and Narrod, C. 2006. Agriculture, food safety and foodborne disease. In Understanding the Links Between Agriculture and Health (C. Hawkes and M. L. Ruel, eds.). 36 pp. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C.

164.          Keskinen, L. A., E. C.D. Todd, and E. T. Ryser. 2006. Impact of bacterial stress and biofilm-forming ability on transfer of surface-dried Listeria monocytogenesduring slicing of delicatessen meats. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 127(3):298-304.

165.          Lammerding, A. M., and Todd, E.C.D. 2006. Microbial food safety risk assessment. In Foodborne Infections and Intoxications, 3rd edition, D. Cliver and H. Riemann (eds.), Academic Press. pp 27-53.

166.          Todd, E.C.D. 2006. Challenges to global surveillance of disease patterns. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 53: 569-578.

167.          Michaels, B., and E. Todd. 2006. Food worker personal hygiene requirements during harvesting, processing, and packaging of plant products. In Microbial Hazard Identification in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. (J. James, ed.). Wiley, Hoboken, New Jersey. pp. 115-153.

and National Research Council, National Academies Press, Washington, D. C.

 

2007

 

168.          Bahk, G-J, and Todd, E. C. D. 2007. Determination of quantitative food consumption levels for use in microbial risk assessments: Cheddar cheese as an example. J. Food Protect. 70(1): 184-193.

169.          Pérez-Rodríguez, F., Valero, A., Todd, E.C.D., Carrasco, E., García, R.M., and Zurera, G. 2007. Modeling transfer of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Staphylococcus aureus during slicing of a cooked meat product. Meat Sci.76: 692-699.

170.          Bahk, Gyung-Jin, Todd, Ewen C.D., Hong, Chong-Hae, Oh, Deog-Hwan, and Ha, Sang-Do. 2007. Exposure assessment for Bacillus cereus in ready-to-eat Kimbab selling at stores. Food Control 18: 682-688.

171.          Greig, J. D., E. C. D. Todd, C. A. Bartleson, and B. Michaels. 2007. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease. Part 1. Description of the problem, methods and agents involved. J. Food Prot., 70: 1752-1761.

172.          Todd, E. C. D., J. D. Greig, C. A. Bartleson, and B. S. Michaels. 2007. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 2: description of outbreaks by size, severity and settings. J. Food Prot. 70: 1975-1993.

173.          Todd, E. C. D., J. D. Greig, C. A. Bartleson, and B. S. Michaels. 2007. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 3: factors contributing to outbreaks and description of outbreak categories. J. Food Prot. 70: 2199-2217.

174.          Todd, E.C.D, C.K. Harris, A.J Knight, and M.R. Worosz. 2007. Spinach and the media: how we learn about a major outbreak. Food Protect. Trends. 27(5): 314-321.

175.          Knight, A., M.R. Worosz, and E.C.D. Todd.  2007.  Serving food safety: consumer perceptions of food safety at restaurants.  International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 19(6): 476-484.

176.          Todd, E. C. D. 2007. Listeria: Risk assessment, regulatory control and economic impact. In Listeria, Listeriosis and Food Safety, 3rd edition, (E. T. Ryser and E. Marth, eds), Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL. pp 717-762.

177.          Marth, E.M., Brackett, R.E., Tompkin, R.B., Kathariou, S. and Todd, E. C. D. 2007 (October). Perspectives on research needs. In Listeria, Listeriosis and Food Safety, 3rd edition, (E. T. Ryser and E. Marth, eds), Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL. pp. 763-791.

178.          Popa, I., E. J. Hanson, E. C. Todd, A. C. Schilder, and E. T. Ryser.2007. Efficacy of chlorine dioxide gas sachets for enhancing the microbiological quality and safety of blueberries.J. Food Prot. 70(9):2084-2088.

 

2008

 

179.          Keskinen, L. A., Todd, E. C. D., Ryser, E. T. 2008. Transfer of surface-dried Listeria monocytogenes from stainless steel knife blades to roast turkey breast. J. Food Prot. 71: 176-181.

180.          Knight, A. J., M. R. Worosz, E. C. D. Todd, L.D. Bourquin, and C. K. Harris.  2008. Listeria in raw milk soft cheese: a case study of risk governance in the United States using the IRGC framework.  In: Global Risk Governance: Concept and Practice Using the IRGC Framework, edited by O. Renn and K. D. Walker. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp. 179-220.

181.          Todd, E. C. D., and J. A. Caswell. 2008. Programs to improve the safety of food. In Imported Foods: Microbiological Issues and Challenges, edited by M. A. Doyle and M. C. Erickson. ASM Press, Washington, DC. pp. 209-254.

182.          Ewen Todd. 2008. Reviewer. Foodborne Disease and Public Health Summary of an Iranian-American Workshop. Institute of Medicine

183.          Hong, C.-H., E. C. D. Todd, and G.-J. Bahk. 2008. Aerobic plate counts as a measure of hazard analysis critical control point effectiveness in a pork processing plant. J. Food Prot. 71: 108-112.

184.          Kennedy, J., M. Worosz, E. C. Todd and M. K. Lapinski. 2008. Segmentation of US consumers based on food safety attitudes. Brit. Food J. 110: 691-715.

185.          Knight, A. J., M. R. Worosz, M. K. Lapinski, T. A. TenEyck, C. K. Harris, L. D. Bourquin, T. M. Dietz, P. B. Thompsonand E. C. D. Todd. 2008. Consumer perceptions of the food safety system: implications for food safety educators and policy makers. Food Prot. Trends 28: 391–406.

186.          Todd, E. C. D., J. D. Greig, C. A. Bartleson, and B. S. Michaels. 2008. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 4. Infective doses and pathogen carriage.   J. Food Prot. 71: 2339–2373.

187.          Todd, E. C. D., J. D. Greig, C. A. Bartleson, and B. S. Michaels. 2008. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 5. Sources of contamination and pathogen excretion from infected persons.   J. Food Prot. 71: 2582–2595.

188.          Bagumire, A., Rumbeiha, W. K., Todd, E. C. D., Muyanja, C. and Nasinyama, G. W. 2008. Analysis of environmental chemical residues in products of emerging aquaculture industry in Uganda as case study for Sub-Saharan Africa. Food Additives Contamin. Part B, 1:153–160.

189.          Carrasco, E., A. Valero, F. Pérez, E. Todd, R. M. García-Gimeno and G. Zurera. 2008. Quantitative Models application to fulfil microbiological criteria in foods. In Modern Multidisciplinary Applied Microbiology: Exploiting Microbes and Their Interactions. Antonio Mendez-Vilas (ed). Wiley Online,.pages 327–331.

2009

 

190.          Todd, E. C. D., J. D. Greig, C. A. Bartleson, and B. S. Michaels. 2009. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 6. Transmission and survival of pathogens in the food processing and preparation environment.   J. Food Prot. 72: 202–219.

191.          Bagumire, A., E. C. D. Todd, G. W. Nasiyama,, C. Muyanja, W. K. Rumbeiha, C. Harris, and L. D. Bourquin. 2009. Potential sources of food hazards in emerging commercial aquaculture industry in Sub-Saharan Africa: a case study for Uganda. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol. 44:1677-1687.

192.          Bagumire, A., E. C. D. Todd, C. Muyanja, and G. W. Nasiyama. 2009. National food safety control systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: does Uganda’s aquaculture control system meet international requirements? Food Policy. 34: 458–467.

193.          Knight, A. J., M. R. Worosz, and E. C. D. Todd. 2009. Dining for safety: consumer perceptions of food safety and eating out. J. Hospitality Tourism Res. 33: 471-486.

194.          Ravel, A., J. Greig, C. Tinga, E. Todd, G. Campbell, M. Cassidy, B. Marshall, and F. Pollari. 2009. Exploring historical Canadian foodborne outbreak data sets for human illness attribution. J. Food Prot. 72:1963–1976.

195.          Sofos, J. N., L. B. Chuboff, W. H. Dumouchel, W. H. Sperber, K. M. J. Swanson, E. C. D. Todd, C. A. Waldrop, and R. A. Williams. 2009. Review of the Methodology Proposed by the Food Safety and Inspection Service for Risk-Based Surveillance of In-Commerce Activities: A Letter Report. National Research Council, National Academies Press, Washington D.C. ISBN: 0-309-13776-4, 37 pages. http://www.nap.edu/catalog/12634.html

196.          Sofos, J. N., L. B. Chuboff, M. D. Hardin, W. H. Sperber, E. C. D. Todd, C. A. Waldrop, and R. A. Williams. 2009. Review of the Methodology Proposed by the Food Safety and Inspection Service for Followup Surveillance of In-Commerce Businesses: A Letter Report. National Research Council, National Academies Press, Washington D.C. ISBN:  http://www.nap.edu/catalog/12786.html

 

2010

 

197.          Bagumire, A., E. C. D. Todd, G. W. Nasinyama, and C. Muyanja. 2010. Food safety regulatory requirements with potential effect on exports of aquaculture products from developing countries to the EU and US.  African J. Food Sci. Technol. 1(2):31-50.

198.          Bagumire, A., E. C. D. Todd, G. W. Nasinyama, and C. Muyanja. 2010. Food safety management in emerging aquaculture enterprises in sub-Saharan Africa: an evaluation of Uganda’s commercial aquaculture operations against international guidelines. African J. Food Science 4(7): 444 – 457.

199.          Todd, E. C. D., B. S. Michaels, J. D. Greig, D. L. Smith, J. Holah, and C. A. Bartleson. 2010. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 7: Barriers to reduce contamination of food by workers. J. Food Prot. 73:1552–1565.

200.          Todd, E. C. D., B. S. Michaels, J. D. Greig, D. L. Smith, and C. A. Bartleson. 2010. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 8: Gloves as barriers to prevent contamination of food by workers. J. Food Prot. 73:1762–1773.

201.          Todd, E. C. D., B. S. Michaels, D. L. Smith, J. D. Greig, and C. A. Bartleson. 2010. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Paper 9: Washing and drying of hands to reduce microbial contamination. J. Food Prot.  73:1937–1955.

202.          Todd, E. C. D., B. S. Michaels, J. Holah, D. L. Smith, J. D. Greig, and C. A. Bartleson. 2010. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 10: Alcohol-based antiseptics for hand disinfection and a comparison of their effectiveness with soaps. J. Food Prot. 73:2128–2140.

203.          Todd, E. C. D., J. S. Greig, B. S. Michaels, J. D. Greig, C. A. Bartleson, D. L. Smith, and J. Holah. 2010. Outbreaks where food workers have been implicated in the spread of foodborne disease: Part 11: Use of antiseptics (soaps and sanitizers) in community settings and issues of hand hygiene compliance in health care and food industries. J. Food Prot. 73: 2306–2320.

 

2011

 

204.          Luber, P., S. Crerar, C. Dufour, J. Farber, A. Datta, and E. C.D. Todd. 2011. Controlling Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods: working towards global scientific consensus and harmonization: recommendations for improved prevention and control. Food Control 22:1535-1549.

205.          Todd, E. C. D. 2011. Editorial. Food Control 22:1477-1481.

206.          Todd, E. C. D., and S. Notermans. 2011. Surveillance of listeriosis and its causative pathogen, Listeria monocytogenes. Food Control 22:1484-1490.

207.          Todd, E. C. D. 2011. The International Risk Governance Council Framework and its application to Listeria monocytogenes in soft cheese made from unpasteurised milk. Food Control 22:1513-1524.

 

2012

 

208.          Buchholz, A. L., G. R. Davidson, B. P. Marks, E. C. D. Todd, and E. T. Ryser. 2012. Quantitative transfer of Escherichia coli O157:H7 to equipment during small-scale production of fresh-cut leafy greens. J. Food Prot. 75: 1184-1197.

209.          Buchholz, A. L., G. R. Davidson, B. P. Marks, E. C. D. Todd, and E. T. Ryser. 2012. Transfer of Escherichia coli O157:H7 from equipment surfaces to fresh-cut leafy greens during processing in a model pilot-plant production line with sanitizer-free water. J. Food Prot. 75(11):1920-1929.

210.          Liu, Y., E. E. D. Todd, Q. Zhang, J.-R. Shi and X.-J. Liu. 2012. Recent developments in the detection of melamine. J. Zhejiang University - Science B. 13(7):525-532.

211.          Zhang, L., S. R. Moosekian, E. C D Todd, E. T Ryser. 2012.Growth of Listeria monocytogenes in different retail delicatessen meats during simulated home storage. J. Food Prot. 75:896-905.

 

2014

 

 

212.          Motarjemi, Y., Moy, G, and Todd, E. C. D. (eds). Encyclopedia of Food Safety, volume 1. 580 pp. Elsevier, Oxford, UK.

213.          Motarjemi, Y., Moy, G, and Todd, E. C. D. (eds). Encyclopedia of Food Safety, volume 2. 484 pp. Elsevier, Oxford, UK.

214.          Motarjemi, Y., Moy, G, and Todd, E. C. D. (eds). Encyclopedia of Food Safety, volume 3. 502 pp. Elsevier, Oxford, UK.

215.          Motarjemi, Y., Moy, G, and Todd, E. C. D. (eds). Encyclopedia of Food Safety, volume 4. 586 pp. Elsevier, Oxford, UK.

216.          Lapinski, M. K., J. Anderson, A. Shugart, and E. Todd. 2014. Social influence in child care centers: a test of the Theory of Normative Social Behavior. Health Communication. 29 (3):219-232.

217.          Buchholz, A. L., G. R. Davidson, B. P. Marks, E. C. Todd, and E. T. Ryser. 2014. Tracking an Escherichia coli O157:H7-contaminated batch of leafy greens through a pilot-scale fresh-cut processing line. J. Food Prot. 77(9):1487-1494.

 

2015

 

218.          Todd ECD, Greig JD. 2015. Viruses of foodborne origin: a review. Virus Adaptation and Treatment.7:1–21.

219.          Park, M.S., J. S. Moon, E. C. D. Todd, and G. J. Bahk. 2015. Bacterial contamination in saeng-go-gi, a ready-to-eat fresh raw beef dish sold in restaurants in South Korea. J. Food Prot. 78(3):619-623.

220.          Faour-Klingbeil, D., Kuri, V., and Todd, E. C. D. 2015. Investigating a link of two different types of food business management to the food safety knowledge, attitudes and practices of food handlers in Beirut, Lebanon. Food Control, 55, 166-175.

2016

 

221.          Faour-Klingbeil, D., Murtada, M., Kuri, V., & Todd, E. C. D. 2016. Understanding the routes of contamination of ready-to-eat vegetables in the Middle East. Food Control, 62: 125-133. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodcont.2015.10.024

222.          Todd, E. C. D. 2016. Outbreaks of foodborne disease in the foodservice industry, Chapter 14 In Foodborne Diseases: Case Studies of Outbreaks in the Agri-Food Industries. Soon, J. M., Manning, L., and Wallace, C. A. CRC Press. pp. 313–340.

223.          Faour-Klingbeil, D., Todd, E. C. D., and Kuri, V. 2016. Microbiological quality of ready-to-eat fresh vegetables and their link to food safety environment and handling practices in restaurants. LWT - Food Science and Technology 74:224-233.


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