Ariel Garsow

Ariel Garsow
Graduate Research Associate
Department of Food Science and Technology, The Ohio State University
Degree Information: 
MS, Food Science and Technology, The Ohio State University
BS, Food Science and Minor, Spanish, University of Minnesota
Food Science

Ariel Garsow is a PhD student in the Food Science and Technology Department at The Ohio State University. During her masters, she researched the effectiveness of Clean-In-Place using ozonated water for inactivation of biofilms. Through six different internships with five different food companies, she gained experience in research and development and quality assurance in the produce, dairy, snack, and beverage industries. Her current research in epidemiology and data-analytics aspires her to improve food safety and security by building cross-cultural collaborations which empower vulnerable populations around the world to obtain safe, nutritious, and culturally acceptable food.