Linda Everis joined Campden BRI in 1995 as a Senior Technician in the Microbiological Analytical Services group having graduated
from the University of Wales Aberystwyth with a BSc in Biology.
As manager of the successful Acid Preservation Research Club she was involved with the development of microbial models that help
predict microbiological spoilage of acidified products. Linda lectures on shelf life, challenge testing and predictive microbiology, for the many training
courses and seminars that take place at Campden BRI and has been author and co-author of articles and papers for a variety of microbiological publications
and Campden BRI reports. She also managed the Washing and Decontamination of Fresh Produce Forum and has managed a range of projects both contract and
research, in the area of fresh produce decontamination.
Currently a Principal Research Officer in the Microbiology Safety and Spoilage section in the Microbiology department at Campden BRI, Linda’s key areas of
- Predictive microbiology
- Challenge testing
- Shelf life analyses
- Fresh produce decontamination