1. The Cooperstone lab is looking for graduate Fellows!

    Oct 17, 2019

    Under a training grant, the Cooperstone lab is looking for new PhD students in Horticulture and Crop Science or Food Science and Technology to do projects using metabolomics in application to agricultural/nutritional questions.  For more information, and to find details on how to apply, please go to  

  2. Cooperstone lab publishes a new article!

    Jul 11, 2019

    Jess publishes a new paper, in collaboration with Steve Oghumu (Pathology, OSU) on metabolic regulation of glycolysis and AMP activated protein kinase pathways during black raspberry medidated oral cancer chemoprevention in Metabolites.  Check it out!  

  3. Jenna gets an Ohio Soybean Council scholarship

    Mar 19, 2019

    Congratulations to Jenna Miller who received a $3,000 Ohio Soybean Council graduate scholarship for her work on the anti-inflammatory effects of soy phytochemicals in humans.  Good job Jenna! 

  4. Mallory gets a SEEDS grant!

    Mar 19, 2019

    BIG CONGRATS to Mallory Goggans, who received $5,000 to support her M.S. work on "Using Metagenomics to Assess the Effect of Tomato Consumption on the Gut Microbiome" through a 2019 OARDC Student SEEDS grant.  Go Mallory! 

  5. Emma completes her colloquium!

    Mar 7, 2019

    Congratulations to Emma Bilbrey who completed her colloquium (proposal) presentation on "Linking genomics and metabolomics for nutrient-driven germplasm improvement of apples."  Great job Emma! 

  6. Annalise presents her undergraduate research at the Denman Research Forum!

    Feb 27, 2019

    Congratulations to Annalise Celano, Cooperstone lab undergraduate researcher, who presenter her research at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum on February 20, 2019.  Congratulations Annalise! 

  7. Michael publishes a tomato carotenoid analysis methods paper!

    Feb 27, 2019

    Congratulations to Cooperstone lab Ph.D. candidate Michael Dzakovich whose work to make carotenoid analysis on tomatoes simpler and faster was just published in the Journal of the AOAC International.  4.2 min run times!!  Congratulations Michael!  

  8. Black raspberry iceberg

    Matt's work makes the cover of Food and Function!

    Oct 24, 2018

    Congratulations to Cooperstone lab alumni Dr. Matt Teegarden, whose dissertation work on "Storage conditions modulate the metabolomic profile of a black raspberry nectar with minimal impact on bioactivity" made the cover of Food and Function.  Go Matt! 

  9. HCS GRS 2018

    Emma Bilbrey and Michael Dzakovich place 1st at HCS Grad Research Symposium!

    Oct 15, 2018

    Congratulations to Emma Bilbrey and Michael Dzakovich who each won first place for their oral presentations at the Horticulture and Crop Science Graduate Research Symposium!  Emma placed first in the M.S. flash talk category with her talk on "Linking genomics and metabolomics for nutrition-driven germplasm improvement of apples," and Michael placed first in the Ph.D. research talk category with his talk on "Picking up the pieces: Carotenoid cleavage products differ in tomatoes as a function of carotenoid biosynthesis."  

  10. Broccoli sprouts

    Broccoli sprouts and their health associated benefits

    May 14, 2018

    Jessica Cooperstone is quoted in an article about the potential health benefits of broccoli sprouts, in response to a paper in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry on the ability to convert glucosinolates into isothiocyanates after high pressure processing.