Diane Fang Dou, Ph.D.
Graduate Student, Ph.D.
Food Science and Technology
Diane is a Ph.D. Candidate in Food Science with emphasis in Food Chemistry. Diane’s projects focus on novel microencapsulation systems and applications in drug delivery, anti-microbiological activity and health-promoting functionalities.
Diane is also a M.S. student in Statistics here at UC Davis. Before joining graduate groups at Davis, she obtained a B.E. in Food Science and Engineering from Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University in China. During her senior year, she visited the University of Western Australia as an exchange student. Her career plan is to apply her knowledge of food science and statistical analyses to the development and optimization of academia research and industrial processes.