2020 - Member of the Royal Irish Academy
2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary scientific interests are in Chromatography, Biosensor, Detection limit, Mass spectrometry and Immunoassay. Many of his studies on Chromatography involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Surface plasmon resonance. His Surface plasmon resonance research integrates issues from Saxitoxin and Domoic acid.
Christopher T. Elliott interconnects Toxin, Spr biosensor, Chemical sensor and Thiamphenicol in the investigation of issues within Biosensor. Christopher T. Elliott has included themes like Veterinary drug, Clenbuterol and Coefficient of variation in his Detection limit study. His Immunoassay study combines topics in areas such as Virginiamycin, Bacitracin and Antibiotics.
Chromatography, Detection limit, Immunoassay, Biosensor and Food science are his primary areas of study. His study on Chromatography is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Surface plasmon resonance. His Immunoassay research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Urine, Quantitative analysis and Polyclonal antibodies.
His study of Mycotoxin is a part of Food science. His Mycotoxin study often links to related topics such as Aflatoxin.
Christopher T. Elliott mainly investigates Mycotoxin, Chromatography, Food science, Food safety and Chemometrics. His Mycotoxin study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Contamination, Animal feed and Aflatoxin. In his papers, Christopher T. Elliott integrates diverse fields, such as Chromatography and Rapid detection.
His Food science research incorporates themes from Nitrite and Pediococcus. His study in Food safety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agriculture, Toxicology, Outbreak, Natural resource economics and Alternariol. In his research, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy is intimately related to Principal component analysis, which falls under the overarching field of Chemometrics.
Christopher T. Elliott focuses on Mycotoxin, Food safety, Food science, Contamination and Aflatoxin. His Mycotoxin research includes elements of Immunoassay and Nanotechnology, Biosensor. He combines subjects such as Organism, Natural resource economics and Agrochemical with his study of Food safety.
His study on Food industry is often connected to Context and Degree of confidence as part of broader study in Food science. The concepts of his Contamination study are interwoven with issues in Maximum Residue Limit, Fusarium, Working electrode, Anodic stripping voltammetry and Nanoprobe. His studies deal with areas such as Ochratoxin A, Fumonisin B1 and Toxicology as well as Aflatoxin.
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Endocrine disrupting effects of zearalenone, alpha- and beta-zearalenol at the level of nuclear receptor binding and steroidogenesis
C. Frizzell;D. Ndossi;D. Ndossi;S. Verhaegen;E. Dahl.
Toxicology Letters (2011)
Detection of chloramphenicol and chloramphenicol glucuronide residues in poultry muscle, honey, prawn and milk using a surface plasmon resonance biosensor and Qflex® kit chloramphenicol
Julie Ferguson;Andrew Baxter;Paul Young;Glenn Kennedy.
Analytica Chimica Acta (2005)
A review of the global pesticide legislation and the scale of challenge in reaching the global harmonization of food safety standards
Caroline E Handford;Christopher T Elliott;Katrina Campbell.
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (2015)
Worldwide contamination of food-crops with mycotoxins: Validity of the widely cited 'FAO estimate' of 25.
Mari Eskola;Gregor Kos;Christopher T. Elliott;Jana Hajšlová.
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition (2020)
Advances in surface plasmon resonance biosensor technology towards high-throughput food safety analysis
Chen Situ;Jos Buijs;Mark H. Mooney;Christopher T. Elliott.
Trends in Analytical Chemistry (2010)
Current methods of analysis for the determination of trichothecene mycotoxins in food
Julie Meneely;F. Ricci;H.P. Van Egmond;Christopher Elliott.
Trends in Analytical Chemistry (2011)
Point-and-shoot: rapid quantitative detection methods for on-site food fraud analysis – moving out of the laboratory and into the food supply chain
David I. Ellis;Howbeer Muhamadali;Simon A. Haughey;Christopher T. Elliott.
Analytical Methods (2015)
Implications of nanotechnology for the agri-food industry: Opportunities, benefits and risks
Caroline E. Handford;Moira Dean;Maeve Henchion;Michelle Spence.
Trends in Food Science and Technology (2014)
Investigation of the human brain metabolome to identify potential markers for early diagnosis and therapeutic targets of Alzheimer's disease.
Stewart F Graham;Olivier P Chevallier;Dominic Roberts;Christian Hölscher.
Analytical Chemistry (2013)
Homodimerization is essential for the receptor for advanced glycation end products (RAGE)-mediated signal transduction.
Hongliang Zong;Angelina Madden;Micheal Ward;Mark H. Mooney.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2010)
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