Dr. Christine Alvarado
Texas A&M AgriLife Research
Dr. Christine Alvarado graduated from Texas A&M with a BS in Biomedical Science in 1994, a Master of Science in Food Science in 1997 and a PhD in Food Science in 2000. She began her career as an Associate Professor at Virginia Tech, followed by Texas Tech, before returning to Texas A&M as an Associate Professor in the Department of Poultry Science in 2010.
Dr. Alvarado’s current research and teaching position is focused on Poultry Processing and Products. Specifically her applied research includes food safety and quality of both meat and eggs. Dr. Alvarado is an active member of the Poultry Science Association and World Poultry. She is very involved with industry and is an instructor for the National Egg Quality School the National Egg Products School, HACCP and Advanced HACCP, and has developed Poultry 101 and Poultry 201 as industry courses.