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YAO OLIVE LI Ph.D.
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Dept. Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS:
• Extensive research and teaching experience (~20 years) in the general area of food science and • Multidisciplinary background of food chemistry, biochemistry, nutrition, food processing, and • Seven-year research experience (most recent) in formulating microencapsulation-based ingredient delivery systems and applying them in developing innovative food fortification technologies • Strong expertise in food processing and product development, including packaging design • Hands-on experience in operating lab-scale processing facilities, such as extruder, spray drier, fluidized-bed unit, and rotary drum/disc coater • Hands-on experience in operating various analytical facilities for assessing the physical, chemical, nutritional, and organoleptic properties of developed food products • Industrial experience of assisting technology transfer and implementation of developed fortification • Broad knowledge of chemical plant design and selection of appropriate unit operations for food • Excellent public speaking and communication skills

RRESEARCH INTERESTS:

• Food-based interventions for alleviating health problems associated with poor nutrition, including food fortification and nutraceutical delivery in functional foods • Development of innovative processing technologies based on microencapsulation technology
• Design and development of “engineered” foods or food ingredients with enhanced nutritional value
• Quality and safety assessments, as well as bioavailability studies of the developed food products
EDUCATION:
2005 ~ 2009 Ph.D., Food Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada
2002 ~ 2005 M. A. Sc., Food Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada
1994 ~ 1997 M. Eng., Biochemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, China
1986 ~ 1990 B. Eng., Food Engineering, Dalian Polytechnic University, China
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
2009, March ~ present
Post Doctoral Fellow, Food Engineering Research Group, University of Toronto, Canada
• Study of food-based interventions, including food fortification and nutraceutical delivery in functional foods, for alleviating health issues associated with poor nutrition • Development of innovative processing technologies for effective delivery of active ingredients, leading to novel food products that balance a population’s nutritional profile, or “optimized nutrition” Research Assistant, master’s and later doctoral level, University of Toronto, Canada
Yao Olive Li 416-964-0832, olive.li@utoronto.ca
------------------------------------------------------------ • Establishment of microencapsulation-based technology platform for developing effective delivery systems of active ingredients through food fortification • Development of stable ingredient formulations containing multiple micronutrients that are suitable for fortification in selected staple foods – salt, sugar, and rice • Formulation development of iron-containing multiple-fortified Ultra Rice® and stability study of the added micronutrients over the shelf-life at various storage conditions Research Engineer, Dalian Polytechnic University & Dalian University of Technology, China
• Kinetic study of thermophilic strain Bacillus sp. JF. for simultaneously producing two thermostable enzymes - alpha-amylase and alpha-galactosidase, funded by the Natural
Science Foundation
of China
• Study of mutagenization and optimal culture conditions of thermophilic strain Bacillus sp. • Development of extraction techniques for recycling useful pigments from sunflower seeds • Feasibility study of novel preservation techniques for long-distance distribution of local
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Jan 2010 ~ present
Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, CA
• Teach and evaluate Food Engineering course through large-class lecturing and small group
tutorials, which is a technical elective course for senior undergraduate students Research supervision, Food Engineering Group, University of Toronto, Canada
• Supervise 10+ undergraduate students and 4 visiting scholars at master’s level during their thesis studies or research projects related to formulation and process development for food fortification Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, University of
Toronto, Canada
• Assisted/facilitated/graded Chemical Plant Design - a capstone course for 4th year
undergraduates (for 6 years); Team Strategies for Engineering Design - a core course for
3rd year undergraduates (for 3 years); Applied Chemistry Lab - a core laboratory course for
2nd year undergraduates
Course Instructor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Toronto
• Independently designed curriculum and taught a mini-course, Iron chef with iron ring –
Introduction of Food Engineering for 2 years, which is a part of Da Vinci Engineering
Enrichment Program (D.E.E.P) offered by the Faculty of Engineering for high school
students for their preparation of entering university
Junior, and later Senior Lecturer, Dalian Polytechnic University, China
• Taught and evaluated university students at senior levels in Food Biochemistry course
through large-class lecturing and small group tutorials (for five years) • Instructed students in food chemistry and biochemical engineering laboratory experiments
• Taught and evaluated undergraduate students in technical elective courses: Food Additives,
Functional Foods, and Plant Proteins, through large-class lecturing
Yao Olive Li 416-964-0832, olive.li@utoronto.ca
------------------------------------------------------------ • Arranged and directed students’ internships/trade trainings
INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE:
2005 ~ present
• Actively involved in the technology transfer activities sponsored by two international nutrition-
oriented NGOs – the Micronutrient Initiative (MI) and the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) for the field studies of Ultra Rice® project and Double Fortification of Salt project in Brazil, Colombia, India, and China, particularly Invited by PATH project director for joining the Ultra Rice® team to Brazil and to provide technical assistance to the pilot-scale testing Assisted PATH in hiring a technical officer in China for technology transfer Provided technical support to PATH in reviewing Chinese and Indonesian National Drafted Standard Operation Protocols (SOPs) for the technology transfer of Double Fortification of Salt technology in India, under the request of MI Provided technical support to PATH and MI for their technology transfer activities through regular tele-conferences and email correspondence • Worked as an independent consultant and conducted literature reviews and feasibility study for
Flax 2015 and Mustard 21 – two national efforts in harnessing all possible opportunities of industrial utilization of flax and mustard in Canada Natural health product license application from the Health Canada for two products: probiotics product – LB17® and natural flax lignin product – Organic Golden® • Conducted and coordinated 10+ short-term projects for various clients, from phosphorus analysis in extracted krill oil to verification of different iron and iodine analytical methods • Completed 10+ technical reports and 3 presentations for clients with respect to the research progresses in double fortified salt, Ultra Rice®, and Livade® nutrient-enhanced beverages
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS:
Sept 2009
Travel award for 17th International Conference on Bioencapsulation held in Netherlands Ontario Graduate Student Scholarship (OGS), Canada
Research project funded by the Natural Science Foundation of China Graduate student scholarships at Dalian University of Technology, China Award of Excellence in 2nd Instructors’ Contest at Dalian Polytechnic University, China Award of Best Ten Instructors of the Year at Dalian Polytechnic University, China Undergraduate student scholarships at Dalian Polytechnic University, China
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS:
Refereed
(Most recent, selected from 16 published and submitted papers/proceedings)
• Li, O. Y., Diosady, L. L., Microencapsulation-based technologies for effective delivery of micronutrients in fortified staple foods. Technical paper submitted to The 17th International
Conference on Bioencapsulation
, Groningen, Netherland, 2009, pp. 48-49.
• Li, O. Y., Diosady, L. L., Wesley, A., Iron in vitro bioavailability and iodine storage stability in double fortified salt (DFS), Food and Nutrition Bulletin of UN Press, 2009, 30(4): 327-335.
• Li, O. Y., Lam, J., Diosady, L. L., Jankowski, S., Antioxidant system for the preservation of vitamin A in Ultra Rice®, Food and Nutrition Bulletin of UN Press, 2009, 30(1): 82-89.
Yao Olive Li 416-964-0832, olive.li@utoronto.ca
------------------------------------------------------------ • Li, Y., Diosady, L.L., Jankowski, S., Effect of iron compounds on the storage stability of multiple- fortified Ultra Rice®, International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 2008(43): 423-9.
• Li, Y., Diosady, L.L., Jankowski, S., Stability of vitamin B1 in the presence of encapsulated ferrous fumarate in Ultra Rice®, International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, 2008(59): 24-33.

Technical Reports (Selected from 13 industrial reports to clients)
• Li, O. Y. and Diosady, L. L., Analysis of iodine fortified salt samples from Yemen (over three
hundred samples) – Final report prepared for the Micronutrient Initiatives (MI), Jan – Aug 2009. • Li, O. Y., Ultra Rice® technology transfer in Brazil – Field travel report prepared for the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), May 2008. • Yadava, D., Li, O. Y., Diosady, L. L., Standard Operation Protocols (SOPs) for pilot-testing extrusion-based iron premix production – Prepared for the Micronutrient Initiatives (MI) for field study of Double Fortified Salt (DFS) technology, Feb 2008. • Diosady, L. L. and Li, O. Y. Final report on development and stability testing of an iron-containing formulation of Ultra Rice® - Prepared for the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), May 2005.
Conference Presentations
(Selected from 8 international and national conferences)
• Li, O. Y., Effective engineering strategies for global malnutrition problems, 2nd Graduate Student
Global Health Research Symposium, Nov 2009, University of Toronto. (Oral presenter)
• Li, O. Y., Diosady, L. L., Microencapsulated-based technologies for effective delivery of micronutrients in fortified staple foods, 17th International Conference on Bioencapsulation, Sept
2009, Netherland. (Oral presenter)
• Li, O. Y., Yadava, D., Lo, K., Diosady, L. L., Microencapsulated ferrous fumarate made by extrusion coupled with glassy polymer coatings, 9th CSChE Ontario-Quebec Biotechnology
Conference
, May 2007, Toronto. (Oral presenter)
• Li, O. Y., Diosady, L. L., Jankowski, J., Stability of multiple-fortified Ultra Rice®, 26th Joint
AAFC/CIFST Conference (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada/Canadian Institute of Food Science
and Technology), May 2006, Montreal. (Oral presenter)

Invited Lecture
• Li, O. Y., Engineering solutions for combating the global problem of micronutrient deficiencies. Oct 2009, invited by Dr. Yvonne Yuan at Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada, as a guest speaker for her 3rd year undergraduate Food Chemistry course.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Manuscript Reviews
2008~2009
• Invited by the editors of three journals - LWT – Food Science and Technology, Journal of the
Science of Food and Agriculture, and Food and Nutrition Bulletin in reviewing manuscripts.

Academic Services
July 2009 ~ present
• Serving in the IFT’s Food Processing and Packaging Subpanel for preparation of 2010 IFT
Annual Meeting Scientific Programs – in reviewing session proposals and technical paper submissions, as well as in short-course preparation Yao Olive Li 416-964-0832, olive.li@utoronto.ca
------------------------------------------------------------ 2006 ~ 2009 • Served as a graduate student representative three times (invited by the vice Dean of Faculty of Engineering and the department chair, U of T) for preparing the faculty’s and the department’s strategic plans of developing educational curriculums/research programs and recruiting graduate students/faculty members
Trainings in Research and Teaching

Jan 2010
• Participated in a two-day Professional Development School organized by Advanced Foods & Materials Network (AFMNet, Canada) for training their Highly Qualified Personnels (HQPs)
• Successfully completed with a certificate of IFT Pre-Annual Meeting Short Course
Microencapsulation in Food Applications, offered by Institute of Food Technologists (IFT)
• Participated the Academic Bootcamp organized by ONWiE (Ontario Network of Women in
Engineering) for preparing female graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in pursuing academic
career.
• Successfully completed with a certificate of PPIT (Prospective Professor in Training) program
offered by the Faculty of Engineering at University of Toronto. • Actively participated conferences and workshops offered by OTA (the Office of Teaching
Advancement) and TATP (Teaching Assistants’ Training Program) at University of Toronto.
• Organized and joined research field trips with fellow graduate students of the department to visit
Dupont R&D center at Kingston, AECL (Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.) Chalk River Centre, and NRC (National Research Council) at Ottawa, as well as several chemical plants.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP:
2009~ present
Chinese American Food Society (CAFS), USA Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), USA Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology (CIFST) Canadian Society for Chemical Engineers (CSChE) Chinese Institute of Food Science and Technology (CIFST)
LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE:
2006~2007
Social director, Chinese Scholar and Student Association at University of Toronto
Departmental steward of CUPE 3902 (Teaching Assistant Union) at U of Toronto
Project coordinator, Graduate Student Technology Tour in the Leaders of Tomorrow
program of CEGSA (Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Association) at U of T Social Director and Student Appealing Committee member, CEGSA (Chemical
Engineering Graduate Student Association) at University of Toronto
REFERENCES available upon request

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