Melissa Hayes

Melissa Hayes

  • Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of Biology
  • Faculty, College of Science & Mathematics
SC 380 Science Building
Education

Ph.D., Clemson University (2013)

M.S., Clemson University (2010)

B.S., Wofford College (2007)

Publications
  • Caesar, L.K., M.M. Hayes and J. Adelberg. 2016. Identification of Endogenous Bacteria in Micropropagated Helleborus x nigercors. The All Results Journal: Biol. 7.4: 41-46.
  • Hayes, M. M, T.A. Hughes and A.K. Greene. 2012. Bacterial Diversity in Dried Colostrum and Whey Sold as Nutraceutical Products. J Food Science. 77(7):359-363.
  • Hayes, M.M., Y. Zhang and A.K. Greene. 2018. Challenges in measuring water activity and moisture content with three oven methods in feather and poultry Meal. In preparation for submission to J. Appl. Micro.
  • Zhang, Y., M.M. Hayes and A.K. Greene. 2018. Challenges in measuring water activity and moisture content with three oven methods in blood and meat and bone meal. In preparation for submission to J Poultry Science.
  • Hayes, M.M., Y. Zhang and A.K. Greene. 2018. Impact of water activity in rendered animal products under different humidity storage conditions. In preparation for submission to J Animal Science.
  • Zhang, Y., M.M. Hayes and A.K. Greene. 2018. Survivability of Salmonella in rendered poultry and meat and bone meals. In preparation for submission to J Food Prot.
  • Hayes, M.M., Y. Zhang, and A.K. Greene. 2018. Survivability of Salmonella in dried rendered poultry and meat and bone meals at 90% relative humidity. In preparation for submission to J Animal Science.
  • Zhang, Y., M.M. Hayes and A.K. Greene. 2018. Survivability of Salmonella in water activity adjusted rendered poultry and meat and bone meals. In preparation for submission to Animal Feed Science & Tech.