Michael P. Doyle, PhD, University of Georgia

Michael P. Doyle, PhD
Michael P. Doyle, PhD

Dr. Doyle's laboratory focuses on the area of food microbiology and on bacterial foodborne pathogens. He is Regents Professor of Food Microbiology at the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the director of the college's Center for Food Safety, where he researches foodborne bacterial pathogens. Development of treatments for inactivation of pathogens on produce, meat, and poultry.Evaluation of manure as a vehicle for pathogen contamination of produce.



  1. Zhao, T., P. Zhao, and M.P. Doyle. Detection and isolation of Yersinia pestis without fraction-1 antigen by monoclonal antibody in foods and water. J. Food Prot. 75:1555-1561 (2012).