Young W. Park, Ph.D., D. Min.

  • College: College of Agriculture, Family Sciences and Technology
  • Title: Professor
  • Parky@fvsu.edu

YOUNG W. PARK, PH.D., D. MIN

Georgia Small Ruminant Research & Extension Center,
Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA 31030-4313
Phone: (478) 827-3089
Fax: (478) 825-6376
Email: parky@fvsu.edu
www.fvsu.edu/faculty-staff/park-young
www.capridairyworld.org

EDUCATION

Ph.D.
Utah State University, Logan, UT; Food Chem/ Nutrition, June 1981

M.S.
University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN; Animal Physiology, December, 1976

B.S.
Kon Kuk University, Seoul, Korea; Animal/Dairy Science,   February 1973

D. Min.
Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL, June 1998

M. Div.
Houston Theological Seminary, Houston, Texas, September 1989

WORK EXPERIENCES

Professor
Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA , 2002-Present

Adjunct Professor
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 2001-2014

Adjunct Professor
Mongolia International University, Ulaanbaatar, 2012-Present

Adjunct Professor
Mongolia Huree University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia,  2013-Present

Associate Professor
Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA, 1997-2002

Research Scientist
Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M System, 1989-1997

Adjunct Professor
Northern Baptist Theological  Seminary, Chicago, 1995-1997

Associate Professor
Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M System, 1984-1989

Research Specialist
Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M System, 1982-1984

Postdoc Associate
Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 1981-1982

Graduate Assistant
Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 1978-1981

Graduate Assistant
University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1974-1976

Dairy Technologist
Seoul Dairy-Cooperative, Seoul, Korea, 1972-1974

Church Pastor/Local Church Pastor
Texas and Georgia, 1987-2009

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS

Doctor of Philosophy (1981; Advisor: Dr. Melvin Anderson; Utah State University, Logan, Utah)
Title:  A study on predicting carotene, nitrate, soluble N and fibrous fractions in forages and vegetables with near-infrared-reflectance spectroscopy, and effects of processing methods on carotene content.

Doctor of Ministry (1998; Advisor: Dr. Joe Stutts; Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL)
Title:    Survival Factors for Small Immigrant Ethnic Churches: Limitations of a Korean Congregation.

MASTER’S THESES

Master of Science (1974; University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN):
Title:    Effect of Repeated Inseminations with Egg yolk Semen Extender on Fertility in Cattle

Master of Divinity (1989; Houston Theological Seminary, Houston, TX)
Title:    Meditation on Job: Why the righteous suffer?

AWARDS AND HONORS

Award
Outstanding Research Scholar Award, College of  Agriculture, Family Sciences & Technology, FVSU
2013, 2015

Who’s Who
Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide Honors
2013

Certification
Certified Food Scientist, Certified by the Institute of Food Technologists, Chicago, IL
2013

Award
Kraft Foods Teaching Award in Dairy Manufacturing Awarded by the American Dairy Science Association at Joint Conf. ADSA/ASAS/CASA/MSAP, Phoenix, AZ
2012

Award
Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award, College of Animal Husbandry, Kon Kuk University, Seoul, Korea
2012

Chair
The American Dairy Science Association, Chair, Dairy Foods Division
2011-2012

Vice Chair
The American Dairy Science Association, Vice Chair, Dairy Foods Division
2010-2011

Award
Morrison-Evans Outstanding Scientist Award, 15th 1890 ARD Research Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia
2009

Award
Land O’Lakes, Inc. Research Award by the American Dairy Science Association, ADSA/ASAS/CASA Joint Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
2009

Secretary
The American Dairy Science Association, National Secretary, Dairy Foods Division
2009-2010

Scientific Advisor
RDA Honorary Scientific Advisor, Rural Development Administration, Ministry of Agriculture, South Korea
2009-present

Who’s Who
Cambridge Who’s Who Registry Among Executives and Professionals
2009

Most Down- loaded Article Award
Published the most downloaded article in the world in the area of Small Ruminant/Veterinary science field.
2008-2017

Award
John Wesley Blassingame Outstanding Scholar Award, Fort Valley State Univ., University System of Georgia
2007

Outstanding Scientists of 21st Century
Nominated to the 2000 outstanding scientists of the 21st century by the International Biographic Centre, Cambridge, England.
2000, 2001, 2003

Most Intriguing People
The 100 Most Intriguing People of 2002, American Biographic Institute, Raleigh, NC
2002

Who’s Who
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, Marquis
2000

Paper Award
The First place Scientist Research Paper Award, 9th Biennial ARD Research Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia
1992

Leader Award
The Research Leader of the University, Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M University System
1993

President
Sigma Xi Research Society Club, Prairie View A&M University Chapter, Texas A&M University System
1991-1993

Award
Outstanding Research Scientist Award, Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M University System.
1990

Paper Award
First Place Scientist Paper Award, Food Science and Human Nutrition, ARD Biennial Research Symposium, Washington, D.C.
1989

Who’s Who
Who’s Who in Technology in America, Marquis Who’s Who.
1986

Award
Distinguished Faculty Award, College of Agriculture, Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M System.
1985

Paper Award
Outstanding Research Paper Award, Sigma Xi Research Competition, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
1980

Dean’s List
Dean’s List for six semesters, College of Animal Husbandry, Kon Kuk University, Seoul, Korea
1966-1969

Scholarship
Full scholarship awards for the entire undergraduate studies at Kon Kuk University, Seoul, Korea
1966-1972

OTHER HONORED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Editorial Board, Small Ruminant Research Journal (1990–Present)
  • Editor-in-Chief, Open Journal of Animal Sciences (2010-Present)
  • Editorial Board, Foods and Nutrition Sciences (2011-Present)
  • Editor-in-Chief, J. of Advances in Dairy Research (2014-Present)
  • Editor-in-Chief, Current Research in Dairy Science (2015-Present)
  • Editor-in-Chief, Frontiers in Food Science & Technology (2013-Present)
  • Editorial Board, J. of Veterinary Science & Technology (2013-Present)
  • Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary: American Dairy Science Association Dairy Foods Division (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
  • Keynote Speaker, Annual Conference of Korean Society of Animal Foods Products, Jeonju, South Korea (2015)
  • Invited Lecturer, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia (June 2013)
  • Symposium Speaker, First Asia Dairy Goat Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (April 9-12, 2012)
  • Adjunct Professor, Mongolia International University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (May, 2012- Present)
  • Reviewer, Reviewer for the Middle East-Israel Cooperative Proposal of US AID projects (2009)
  • Session Chair, 9th International Conf. on Goats, Queretaro, Mexico (2008)
  • Invited Lecturer, Mercolactea National Conference, Cordova, Argentina, and National Institute of Industrial Technology Symposium in Buenos Aires, Argentina (May 8-14, 2008)
  • Symposium Speaker, 2nd International Symposium on Quality of Goat Products. Bella, Italy (May 22-27, 2007)
  • Symposium Speaker, The 2nd International Goat Symposium, Celaya, Mexico. (October 8-12, 2005)
  • Grants Reviewer, Reviewer for the USDA/NRI Research Grants Proposals. (2005-)
  • Symposium Speaker, International Dairy Federation (IDF) Symposium on Future of Dairy Sheep and Goat Sectors. Zaragoza, Spain (October, 2004)
  • Symposium Speaker and Roundtable Discussant, The 8th International Conference on Goats, Pretoria, South Africa (2004)
  • Session Chair, Milk and Dairy Processing Session, IX World Conference on Animal Production, Porto Alegre, Brazil (2003)
  • Adjunct Faculty, Adjunct Professor of the University of Georgia, Athens, GA. (2001 to Present)
  • Session Co-chair, Small Ruminant Dairy Research-Milk Quality and Dairy Foods, Joint Annual Meeting of American Dairy Science Assoc. and American Society of Animal Science, Baltimore, MD (2000)
  • Grants Reviewer for the USDA Small Business Innovation Grants proposals (1997, 2002 and 2005)
  • Adjunct Professor, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL (1995-1997)
  • Committee, International Dairy Federation (IDF), Member in US Committee for Somatic Cell Counts and Milk Quality (1991-2000)
  • US Chairperson, Committee on Heavy Metal in Milk, International Dairy Federation, (1991 to 2000)
  • Session Chair, Milk Production and Diseases Session, The 2nd International Colloquium on Goat Disease and Production, Niort, France (1989)
  • Session Chair, Milk and Milk Products Session, VI World Conference on Animal Production, Helsinki, Finland (1988)

OTHER SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Invited Cheese Judge
Eastern States Exposition, 2012 Cheese Competition Judge. West Springfield, MA. August 24, 2012, 2013 and 2015

Invited Collaborator   

Serve as co-project director for “Extension Education Delivery Tools for Dairy Goat Producers: A Web-based  Certification Program and E-Book” with Langston University, Langston, OK (2011-2014).

Expert Group             

Served as a member in USDA expert group for small ruminant and livestock (1995-).

Dairy Goat Research

Invited at numerous national and international conferences and symposia as a major contributor in goat milk and dairy goat products development and research; Served as the senior editor of goat and small ruminant related scientific book publications; Invited as an expert scientist to contribute articles on goat milk and its products in relation to human nutrition and wellbeing by many publishers such as CABI, Small Ruminant Research Journal, Wiley-Blackwell publishers, CRC Press, and other scientific journals.

Graduate Education

  • Served as a major professor for over 25 graduate students (Ph. D. and M.S. degrees) and many other graduate students as a member of graduate thesis committee; Over $3 million research grants funds especially helped to educate many graduate and undergraduate students at three different institutions.
  • Trained many international graduate students who have played many pivotal roles in development of the dairy goat and agricultural industries for the wellbeing and economic sustainability in their homelands.

Grade A License         

  • Obtained and reinstated the Grade A Dairy Plant License and Grade A Milk Producer’s Permit for the Small Ruminant Research and Extension Center (SRREC), Fort Valley State University, University System of Georgia in 1999.
  • For the first time in history of FVSU, I developed the legally approved and salable goat milk cheese products, since the SRREC was established in 1985.

Consultant                  

Served as an international consultant in dairy goat production in Mexico, Korea, Argentina, China, Malaysia, Mongolia, Inner Mongolia and South Africa, etc.

Mentor Scientist                      

Trained many visiting scientists from many countries, including Turkey, Egypt, Armenia, France, Korea, Honduras

Community Service    

Work as an active member of the Houston County Habitat for Humanity, GA to build houses for underserved low income families.

Volunteer Services      

Serve as a volunteer minister at the local Nursing Home for elderly citizens at Warner Robins, Houston County, Georgia area after retirement of the active pastorate of local church. Formed a Non-profit organization, Living Water Mission, Inc. to help underserved citizens around the world.

MINISTRY WORK EXPERIENCE

Mission Director (2009- Present)
Living Water Mission, Inc., Warner Robins, GA

Volunteer Pastor (2009– 2015)
Antebellum Grove Nursing Home, Warner Robins, GA

Senior Pastor (1999 – 2009)
Warner Robins Korean Baptist Church

Revival Speaker (2003 – 2003)
Church Revival Conference, Global, Mission Church, Charlotte, NC

Cooperating Pastor (1999 – 1999)
Southern Korean Baptist Church, Atlanta

Seminar Speaker (1999 – 1999)
The 20th Annual North American Korean Pastors and Leaders Training Conference, Gospel Mission, Inc., Tacoma, WA

Ethnic Group Pastor (1998 – 1998)
Central Baptist Church, Warner Robins

Seminar Speaker (1998 – 1998)
The Annual Conference of the Council of Georgia Korean Southern Baptist Churches, Atlanta, Georgia

Senior Pastor (1990 –1997)
Bethany Korean Baptist Church, Houston

Chairman, Board of Trustee, Korean-American Family (1993–1994)
Counseling Research Institute, Houston, TX

Associate Pastor (1987–1989)
Full Gospel Church, Houston, TX

Ordained Deacon (1982–1986)
Full Gospel Church, Houston, TX

Chairman (1982–1986)
Men’s Evangelism Mission Group, Full Gospel Korean Church, Houston, TX

GRANTSMANSHIP AND SCIENTIFIC MENTORSHIP ACTIVITIES:

Grantsmanships:

The total amounts of awarded external competitive grants and USDA Evans-Allen grant funds has been approximately 3.0 million dollars, which has supported for the establishment of dairy goat research programs at two different universities, by supporting a variety of dairy goat products development and their quality evaluation research projects, providing students with graduate assistantships, and procurements of essential dairy manufacturing equipment.

Grants Received at FVSU since 1997:

2011-2014; USDA 1890 Capacity Building Grants Program, Co-PI. Project Title: Extension Education Delivery Tools for Dairy Goat Producers: A Web-based Certification Program and E-book. $350,000 (Subcontract: $30,135).

2010-2013; USDA 1890 Capacity Building Grants Program, PI, Project Title: Strengthening Food Technology Program at Fort Valley State University, $140,639

2011-2015; USDA, AFRI Grants Program, Co-PI with Dr. Kumar Venkitanayaranan,U of Conn, Project Title: Investigating the beneficial effects of major goat milk fatty acids in improving intestinal health, $52,777; Pending 2011-2016; USDA, NIFA (Evans-Allen) Grants, PI, Project Title: Development and quality evaluation of reduced-fat dairy goat products and goat milk infant formulas, $188,564

2001-2006; USDA 1980 Capacity Building Grants, PI, Project Title: Enhancing Dairy Goat Industry by Innovative Approach of Product Development and Evaluation, $269,905

2000-2005; USDA, SARE Grants Program, PI, Project Title; Investigation of sustainability of dairy goat industry by innovative method of product development, $225,470

2000-2005; USDA 1890 Capacity Building Grants, Co-PI, Project Title: Development of Value-Added Products Using Chevon, $298,878

1998-2003; USDA/CSREES (Evans-Allen) Grants, Co-PI, Project Title: Enhancement of chevon palatability using postmortem methodologies, $15,000

1999-2000; USDA/CSREES Food Safety and Quality National Initiative Programs,Co-PI, Project Title: Peach County Food Safety Education and Training Program, $30,000

Grants Received at Other Previous Institutions:

1993-1997; USDA/CSREES Evans-Allen Grants Program, PI, Project Title: Nutritional Investigation of Fresh and Aged Commercial Goat Milk Products, $319,245

1994-1995; USAID-Egyptian Scientist Research Exchange Grants Program, Co-PI, Project Title: Effects of antibiotics and drugs on parasite control, $30,000

1995-1997; Korea Institute of Science & Technology; International Outstanding Scientist Exchange Program, Co-PI with Prof. Y.J. Choi, Seoul National University, Suwon, Korea, Project Title: Invitational Researcher and Lecturer  Series at Seoul National University, Korea, $90,000

1990-1995; USDA/CSREES Evans-Allen Grants Program, PI, Project Title: Evaluation of Food and Nutritional Qualities of Goat Meat from Genetically Bred Meat Type Herds, $276,817

1989-1993; USDA/CSREES Evans-Allen Grants Program, PI, Project Title: Chemical Evaluation of Dairy Goat Milk Products, $300,000

1983-1985; USDA/CSREES Facility Grants Program, PI, Project Title: The installation of creamery facility at Prairie View A&M University, $100,000

TEACHING ACTIVITIES:

COURSES TAUGHT at FVSU (1-6: Undergraduate; 7-10: Graduate Courses):

  1. ANSC 2803 – General Animal Science (Co-instructor)
  2. HORT 3823 – Food Processing (Single Instructor; SI)
  3. ANSC 3863 – Dairy Cattle Production (SI)
  4. ANSC 4821 – Animal Science Seminar (SI)
  5. ANSC 4822 – Senior Research (SI)
  6. ANSC 4853 – Animal Products Technology (SI)
  7. ANSC 5183 – Analytical Techniques in Biological Sciences (Co-instructor)
  8. ANSC 6373 – Food Chemistry (SI)
  9. ANSC 6353 – Food Analysis (SI)
  10. ANSC 6393 – Dairy Products Technology (SI)

COURSES TAUGHT AT PREVIOUS INSTITUTIONS:

Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M Univ. System, Prairie View, TX

  1. ANSC 2358 – Dairy Science Production
  2. ANSC 6001 – Animal Science Master’s Thesis Research

Utah State University, Logan, Utah

  1. ANSCI 642 – Nutrition Laboratory
  2. DYSCI 525 – Lactation Farm Animal

ADVISEMENT OF GRADUATE STUDENTS, VISITING SCIENTISTS AND APPRENTICESHIP STUDENTS:

  1. Served as the major professor or mentored for twenty-five (18 MS and 6 Ph.D. and DVM Degree) students at three different institutions. Most of these students have come from foreign countries, who are now actively contributing at their home countries as professionals such as faculty members of different colleges and universities, professional dairy scientists, food manufacturers and agricultural business entrepreneurs.
  2. Mentored and trained visiting seven visiting scientists from Egypt, Turkey, France, Armenia, Trinidad, Korea, and Honduras
  3. Acted for Advisory Functions for Undergraduate and Graduate Students at FVSU and the previous institutions: Gave assistance and advice to many undergraduate and graduate students as the major advisor and thesis committee members for their degree works.
  4. Mentor for the Summer High School Apprenticeship Students: Served as a mentor for a number of high school apprenticeship students at Fort Valley State University as well as previous institutions for the past 33 years.
  5. Special Teaching Accomplishments by students’ awards: Many of the former students have been able to participate in the annual conferences of IFT and ADSA through my external grant funds, and some of them have been awarded the first place paper awards several times at the national conferences; Examples of the student awards are: Ashley Lee won First place award and Hannah Ibidapo won second place award at the 16th Biennial 1890 ARD Research Symposium at Atlanta, GA in 2011, First place award at the MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences) at the national conference Des Moines, Iowa by Catherine Maduko in 2005 and second place awards by James Rhodes, Aref Kalantari, Laxshmi Gadiyaram in 2004; 1st place award at Biennial ARD Research Symposium (i.e., Kiran Kantimahanthi) in 2006, Atlanta, GA, and several students received the 1st place paper awards at the annual Sigma Xi Research Paper competition in Prairie View A&M University. Tomia Hines also received the first place award at the 2006 Summer Apprenticeship Student Research Presentation among all participating students.

SERVICE ACTIVITIES

College and University Service Activities:

  1. I obtained and reinstated the Grade A Dairy Plant License and Grade A Milk Producer’s Permit for the Small Ruminant Research and Extension Center (SRREC), Fort Valley State University in 1999.
  2. For the first time in history of FVSU, I developed the legally approved and salable goat milk cheese products, since the SRREC was established in 1985.
  3. Served as the chair of the University-wide and College-wide Tenure and Promotion Commitee.
  4. Served as a member of the INSTITUTIONAL APPEALS COMMITTEE at FVSU.
  5. Served as search committee member for the for Vice President for Business and Finance at FVSU.
  6. Served as search committee member for the Associate Vice President for External Affairs at FVSU.
  7. Served as a member of the University-wide committee, which is the MINORITY STUDENT ADVISING PROGRAM COMMITTEE, which reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  8. Served as a member of the University-wide committee, which is the HUMAN SUBJECT COMMITTEE, which reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, FVSU.
  9. Served as a member of the University-wide committee, which is the BIOSAFETY COMMITTEE, which reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  10. Served as the chair of the college-wide seminar committee for the Golden Anniversary Celebration of the College of Agriculture at FVSU.
  11. Served as a committee member for many graduate students degree programs in Food Science and Animal Science majors at FVSU and the previous institutions.
  12. Worked as a member for writing Ph. D. Degree Program Proposal of Animal Science Graduate Program at FVSU to submit to the Board of Regent.
  13. Served as the chair of proposal committee for Food Science BS degree program at Fort Valley State University.
  14. Served for Search Committees for Faculty and Research Associate positions at Fort Valley State University.
  15. Organizing the Dairy Goat Workshop for Georgia Dairy Goat Breeders’ Association to provide the effective services to Clientele and small farmers.
  16. Served for the functions of several activities for student recruitment at FVSU.
  17. Actively participated in the following University functions:
    1. Participations in Faculty Institutes
    2. Participations in Founder’s Day activities
    3. Participations in Commencement Exercises
    4. Participations in Home-coming and Open House activities
    5. Participations in Honor’s Convocations
  18. Worked with students in job placement and wrote recommendation letters for their job applications as well as further graduate/professional degree works.
  19. Served as Graduate Faculty at the University of Georgia and FVSU for students thesis committee.
  20. Served as a Graduate Council Member at FVSU.
  21. Participated in the course assessment activities.
  22. Actively participated in other College-wide/University-wide activities such as:
    1. Annual conference of Ag. Showcase 98, 99, and 2000.
    2. Annual conference of Sunbelt Agricultural Expo 98 and 99, and 2000.
    3. Agriculture Career Day
    4. Agri-Demic Forum meetings
    5. Ham and Egg Breakfast
    6. Annual Rural Health Conference
  23. Serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
  24. Served as Agricultural Enrollment Committee for student recruitment for FVSU.

COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES

  1. Served as a committee for the Peach County Food Safety Education and Training Program funded by USDA.
  2. Worked as an active member of the Houston County Habitat of Humanity to build houses for underserved low income families.
  3. Found a nonprofit organization (the Living Water Missions, Inc.) and served as the president of the organization to assist local nursing homes, orphans and homeless people and food bank.
  4. Serve as a volunteer minister to give services for the elderly in local nursing homes.
  5. Assisted the Clinton/Bush Haiti Rebuild Funds.
  6. Served as a senior pastor of a local community church. 1990 to 2009.
  7. Served as a volunteer minister at the Antebellum Grove Assisted Living Nursing Home, Warner Robins, GA. 2009– Present

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ACTIVITIES

  1. Served as the Chair of the Dairy Foods Division of the American Dairy Science Association.
  2. Served as the National Secretary and Vice Chair of the Dairy Foods Division of the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA).
  3. Served as The Council Member for the Dairy Foods Division of the ADSA.
  4. Served as a Nomination Committee for the ADSA.
  5. Served as an Award Evaluation Committee for the ADSA.
  6. Serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Mongolia International University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
  7. Serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Mongolia Huree University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
  8. Served as an invited cheese competition judge at the Eastern States Exposition Annual Cheese Competition, Westfield, MA, 2012-Present.
  9. Served as an invited international cheese competition judge at the Mercolactea International Dairy Conference, Cordova, Argentina.
  10. Served as a plenary session speaker at the 1st Asia Dairy Goat Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  11. Serves as an Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Board member for six international refereed scientific journals.
  12. Serves as a reviewer for many different professional refereed journals.
  13. Served as the U.S. Chair of a committee in Heavy Metal in milk for the International Dairy Federation (IDF) since 1990, and also served another committee in somatic cells in milk for the IDF.
  14. Served as session chairs for national and international conferences for the World Dairy Summit of the IDF.
  15. Served as session chairs and symposium speaker for the World Conference on Animal Production Society.
  16. Served as symposium speaker for the international conference on goats for every 4 years since 1987 in Brasilia, Brazil.
  17. Served as the session chairs, symposium speaker at the International Colloquium on Goat Diseases and Production. Niort, France.
  18. Served as a symposium and session chair for the annual joint conference of ADSA/ASAS/CASA/MSAP, ADSA/ASAS/CASA/MSAP.
  19. Served as a member in USDA expert group for small ruminant and livestock.
  20. Served as a review panelists of the grant proposal for the USDA National Initiative Research Grants and Small Business Innovative Research Program.
  21. Served as a consultant for establishing the dairy goat research facility/programs in the universities in Korea and Mexico.
  22. Served as the Editor of several textbooks by assembling more than 60 outstanding scientists around the world as the contributors of the world reputed books.
  23. Served as invited symposium speakers at international conferences in Finland, France, South Africa, Brazil, South Korea, Argentina, Spain and Mexico.
  24. Served as an editor for publications of internationally recognized dairy field books on milk and dairy products.

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES

May 2015: Bioactive milk components and their utilization in development of functional foods. The 2015 Conference of the Korean Society of  Animal Food Products. Jeonju, Korea

June 2014: Health Benefits of Milk and Dairy Products. National University of Engineering and Technology of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

July 2013:Recent Trends in Animal Products and Food Safety Research in the United States. Yanbian University of Science & Technology, Yanji, China

June 2013: Health Advantages and Bioactive Components of Milk and Dairy Products. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia

June 2013: Food Processing and Hygiene, Mongolia International University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

May 2012: The Origin of Dairy Species, and the Uniqueness of Goat Milk. Mongolia International University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

April 2012: Goat Milk and Human Nutrition. The First Asia Dairy Goat Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

October 2011: Consumer-oriented food safety and consumption trend of animal products. International Symposium on safety of animal products. Rural Development Administration, Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery, Republic of Korea, Suwon, Korea

June 2010: Health benefits and therapeutic significance of goat milk. Yanbian University of Science & Technology, Yanji, China

September 2009: Evaluation of characteristics of total fatty acid profiles of reduced-fat and whole goat milk cheeses during three months aging. IDF World Dairy Summit. Berlin, Germany

August 2008: Evaluation of chemical and color index characteristics of goat milk, its yoghurt and salted yoghurt. 9th International Conf. on Goats, Queretaro, Mexico.

May 2008: Factors affecting composition and quality of goat milk. Mercolactea International Dairy Conference, Cordova, Argentina.

May 2008: Benefits of goat milk and its products in human nutrition and wellbeing. National Institute of Industrial Technology, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

May 2007: Changes in microbiological, rheological, chemical and sensory qualities of soft goat milk cheeses during frozen and refrigerated storage. The 2nd Int’l Symposium on Quality of Goat Products. Bella, Italy.

September 2005: Profiles of conjugated linoleic acid in plain soft and Monterey Jack caprine milk cheeses as affected by extended frozen-storage. The 2005 World Dairy Summit, Vancouver, Canada.

October 2005: Methods for determining the quality of goat milk. The 2nd International Goat Symposium, Celaya, Mexico.

October 2004: Effects of storage on proteolysis and lipolysis of goat milk cheeses. The International Symposium on “The Future of The Sheep and Goat Dairy Sectors.” International Dairy Federation. Zaragoza, Spain.

July 2004: Quality standards for dairy goat products. The 8th International Conference on Goats, Pretoria, South Africa.

October 2003: Correlations between organic acids, rheology, and sensory property data of soft goat milk cheeses stored under freezing for 3 months. 9th World Conference on Animal Production, Porte Alegre, Brazil.

October 2003: Impacts of Freezing and Thawing on Organic Acid Contents of Plain Soft and Monterey Jack Caprine Milk Cheeses. 9th World Conference on Animal Production, Porte Alegre, Brazil.

June 2003: Effects of refrigeration and extended forzen-storage on organic acid profiles of commercial soft goat milk cheeses. The 2003 ADSA-ASAS Joint Meeting. Phoenix, AZ

May 2000: Rheological characteristics of young Monterey Jack goat milk cheese. The 7th International Conference on Goats, Tours, France.

July 2000: Proteolysis and lipolysis of goat milk cheese. The 2000 Annual Joint meeting of ADSA-ASAS. Baltimore, Maryland.

May 1998: Cholesterol Concentrations in Commercial Goat Milk Cheeses of Domestic and Foreign Imported Origins. Seoul National University, Suwon, Korea.

May 1996: Evaluation of cholesterol and basic nutrient composition of commercial fluid, condensed and powdered goat milk products manufactured in the United States. VI International Conference on Goats. Beijing, China.

May 1994: Contribution of Goat Milk in Human Wellbeing. Ehwa Women’s University, Seoul, Korea

July 1994: Fatty Acid Composition in Goat Organ and Muscle Meat Quantified by Gas Chromatography. The Korea University, Seoul, Korea.

May 1993: Effects of storage time and temperature on changes in total fatty acid composition of commercial goat milk cheeses. The 15th International Congress of Nutrition, Adelaide, Australia.

July 1993: Association of serum cholesterol with milk cholesterol and other constituents in genetically selected third generation sows.  VII World Conference on Animal Production. Edmonton, Canada.

May 1992: Advances in manufacture of goat cheeses. V International Conference on Goats. New Delhi, India.

June 1990: Comparison of Colorimetric and Gas Chromatographic Method of Quantification of Cholesterol Concentrations in Goat Organ and Muscle Tissues. The 11th Science and Technology Research Symposium of the Federation of Korea Scientist and Engineers Association, Seoul, Korea.

June 1990: Therapeutic and Nutritional Significance of Goat Milk. Seoul Dairy Co-operative, Seoul, Korea.

June 1990: Cholesterol Concentrations in Goat Muscle Tissues as quantified by Gas Chromatography, Kon Kuk University, Seoul, Korea.

July 1990: Therapeutic and Nutritional Significance of Goat Milk. Kyung Pook National University, Taegu, Korea.

May 1989: Interrelationships among Somatic Cell Counts, Electrical Conductivity, Bacterial Cell Counts, % Fat and Protein in Goat Milk. 2nd Int’l Colloquium on Goat Diseases and Production. Niort, France.

October 1988: Trace Mineral Concentrations in Goat Milk from Alpine and Nubian Breeds for the First 5 Months of Lactation. Helsinki, Finland.

March 1987: Iron Concentration of Alpine and Nubian Breed Milk during First 5 Months of Lactation. VI International Conference of Goats. Brasilia, Brazil.

August 1986: Effects of Drying, Freezing and Cooking on the Carotene     Contents of Three Vegetables. The XIX Pan American Congress on Agricultural and Food Engineering. Guatemala City, Guatemala.

May 1985: Electrical conductivity of goat milk in evaluating subclinical mastitis. Third Congress of the Asian-Australian Association of Animal Production Society, Seoul, Korea.

May 1985: Accumulation of lead in tissues of dairy goats via food chain. Third Congress of the Asian-Australian Association of Animal Production Society, Seoul, Korea.

PUBLICATION LIST

Books:

  1. Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Second Edition. Y.W. Park, G.F.W.Haenlein and W.L. Wendorff. 2016. Eds. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, England. In Press.
  2. Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products. 2015. Y.W. Park. Ed. Chinese Edition, for Wiley- Blackwell Publishers, 化学工业出版社 (CIP Press), Shannxi, China. 391 pages. ISBN 978-7-122-20575-9
  3. Milk and Dairy Products in Human Nutrition. 2013. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein, (Eds). Wiley-Blackwell Publishers. Oxford, England. 728 pages. ISBN 978-0-470-67418-5 www.wiley.com/go/milk&dairyproducts
  4. 特种乳技术手册. 2011. Park, Y.W. and Haenlein, G.F.W. Chinese edition of Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. 化学工业出版社 (CIP Press), Shannxi, China, for John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 372 pages.
  5. Manual de la leche de los mamiferos no bovinos. 2010. Park, Y.W. and Haenlein, G.F.W. Acribia Editorials S.A. Publ., Zaragoza, Spain, for Blackwell Publ. Ltd. Oxford, U.K., 443p
  6. Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products. 2009. Park, Y.W. Ed. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Ames, IA. And Oxford, England. 440 pages.
  7. Goat Milk and Sheep Milk. 2007. Haenlein, F.W., Y.W. Park, K. Raynal-Ljutovac and A. Pirisi, (Eds). Special Issue for Small Ruminant Research Journal. Elsevier Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  8. Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. 2006. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein, (Eds). Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England.

Book Chapters:

  1. Park, Y.W. 2017. Bioactive Components in Cow’s Milk. In: Achieving sustainable production of cow’s milk. Vol. 1. Milk composition, genetics and breeding. Nico van Belzen, Ed. International Dairy Federation, Belgium. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing. Chapter 4. Pages 63-120.
  2. Park, Y.W. 2016. Safety of goat milk products: Extension education delivery tools for dairy goat producers: A web-based e-book: Chapter 10. Pages 243-263. http://www.luresext.edu/goats/training/qa.html
  3. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2013. Other minor species milk (Reindeer,Caribou, Musk Ox, Llama, Alpaca, Moose, Elk and others). Chapter 30. In: Milk and Dairy Products in Human Nutrition. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, UK. Pp. 644-658.
  4. Park, Y.W., P-G, Marnet, L. Yart and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2013. Mammary secretion and lactation. Chapter 3. In: Milk and Dairy Products in Human Nutrition. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, Pp. 31-45
  5. Park, Y.W., M. Albenzio, A. Sevi, and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2013. Milk quality standards and control. Chapter 13. In: Milk and Dairy Products in Human Nutrition. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, UK. Pp. 261-287.
  6. Torres, D.P.M. and Y.W. Park. 2013. Human Milk. Chapter 31. In: Milk and Dairy Products in Human Nutrition. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, UK. Pp. 659-677
  7. Park, Y.W. 2011. Milk of other domesticated mammals (Pigs, Yaks, Reindeers, etc.). Encyclopedia of Dairy Science. Faquey JW, Fox PF and McSweeney PLH Eds. 2nd Ed. San Diego, Academic Press Vol.3. Chapt. 319; pp.530-537.
  8. Park, Y.W. 2010. Goat Milk Products: Quality, Composition, Processing, Marketing. Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. 2nd Edition. Taylor and Francis. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL. In Press.
  9. Park, Y.W. 2010. Goat Milk: Composition, Characteristics. Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. 2nd Edition. Taylor and Francis. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL. In Press.
  10. Park, Y.W. 2010. Improving Goat Milk. In: Improving the Safety and Quality of Milk. Vol. 2. Improving quality in milk products. Mansel Griffiths, Ed. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, England. Chapter 12. pp.304-346.
  11. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2010. Milk production. In: Goat Science and Production. S. Solaiman, Ed. Wiley-Blackwell Publ., New York. Pp. 275-292.
  12. Guler, Z. and Y.W. Park, 2009. Cholesterol. In: Handbook of Dairy Foods Analysis. L. Nollet and F. Toldra, Eds., CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL. pp. 233-261.
  13. Park, Y.W. 2009. Potential for improving health: Iron fortification of dairy products. In: Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products. Y.W. Park, Ed. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Ames, Iowa and Oxford, UK. Pp. 379-396.
  14. Park, Y.W. 2009. Bioactive components of goat milk. In: Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products. Y.W. Park, Ed. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 43-82.
  15. Park, Y.W. 2009. Overview of bioactive components in milk and dairy products. In: Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products. Y.W. Park, Ed. Wiley- Blackwell Publishers, Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 3-14.
  16. Park, Y.W. 2008. Moisture and Water Activity. In: Handbook of Processed Meats and Poultry Analysis. L. Nollet and F. Toldra, Eds., CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL. Pp. 35-67.
  17. Park, Y.W. 2007. Impact of goat milk and milk products on human nutrition. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 2007: 2, No. 081. CAB International 2007 (Online ISSN 749-8848).
  18. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2007. Goat Milk, Its Products and Nutrition. In: Handbook of Food Products Manufacturing. Y.H. Hui, Ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY. Pp 447-486.
  19. Raynal-Ljutovac, K., Y.W. Park, F. Gaucheron, and S. Bouhallab. 2007. Heat stability and enzymatic modifications of goat and sheep milks. Special Issue book on Goat milk and Sheep milk. Small Ruminant Res. J. G.F. Haenlein, Y.W. Park, K. Raynal-Ljutovac and A. Pirisi, eds. Elsevier Publishers, Amsterdam. Pp. 68:207-220.
  20. Park, Y.W. 2007. Rheological characteristics of goat milk and sheep milk. Special Issue book on Goat milk and Sheep milk. Small Ruminant Res. J. G..F.W. Haenlein, Y.W. Park, K. Raynal-Ljutovac and A. Pirisi, eds. Elsevier Publishers, Amsterdam. Pp. 68:73-87.
  21. Park, Y.W., M. Juárez, M. Ramos, and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2007. Physico-chemical characteristics of goat and sheep milk. Special Issue book on Goat milk and Sheep milk. Small Ruminant Res. J. G.F. Haenlein, Y.W. Park, K. Raynal-Ljutovac and A. Pirisi, eds. Elsevier Publishers, Amsterdam. Pp. 68:88-113.
  22. Park, Y.W., H. Zhang, B. Zhang, and L. Zhang. 2006. Production and utilization of mare milk. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 275-296.
  23. Silk, T.M., M.R. Guo, G.F.W. Haenlein, and Y.W. Park. 2006. Production and utilization of Yak Milk. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 345-354.
  24. Park, Y.W. 2006. Milks of Other Minor Mammals. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 393-406.
  25. Park, Y.W. 2006. Production and utilization of Sow Milk. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 371-382.
  26. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2006. Therapeutic and Hypo-Allergenic Values of Goat Milk and Implication of Food Allergy. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 121-136.
  27. Park, Y.W. and M. R. Guo. 2006. Goat Milk Products: Processing Technology, Types and Consumption Trends. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 59-106.
  28. Park, Y.W. 2006. Goat Milk- Chemistry and Nutrition. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 34-58.
  29. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2006. Overview of Milks of Minor Species. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein, (Eds). Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 3-10.
  30. Park, Y.W. 2005. Goat Milk Products: Quality, Composition, Processing, Marketing. Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. Pp. 478-481.
  31. Park, Y.W. and L.N. Bell. 2002. Determination of Moisture and Ash contents of Foods. Handbook of Food Analysis. 2nd Ed. Marcel Dekker, Inc. pp. 55-82.
  32. Park, Y.W. 2005. Goat Milk: Composition, Characteristics. Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. Pp 474-477.
  33. Park, Y.W. 1996. Determination of Moisture and Ash contents of Foods. Handbook of Food Analysis. Leo M.L. Nollet (ed). Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. pp. 59-92.
  34. Park, Y.W. 1993. Goat Milk-Nutritional Values. Encyclopedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition. Academic Press.

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED IN REFEREED JOURNALS

  1. Gereltuya Renchinkhand, Young W. Park, Gyu-Yong Song, Soo- Hyun Cho,

Magsal Urgamal and Myoung Soo Nam. 2017. Characterization of Paenibacillus sp. MBT213 Isolated from Fermented Medicinal Plants and Its Ability to Convert Ginsenoside Rb1 from Panax ginseng. International J. of Food Science and Technology. Submitted.

  1. Güler, Z., A. Tekin and Y.W. Park. 2016. Comparison of Biochemical Changes in Kefirs Produced from Organic and Conventional Milk at Different Inoculation Rates of Kefir Grains. J Food Sci Nutr Therapy. 2(1): 008-014.
  2. Son, J.Y., Y.W. Park, G. Renchinkhand, J.P. Han, J.W. Bum, S-H. Paik, J.Y. Lee and M.S. Nam. 2016. Characterizations of Kefir Grains in Fermented Whey and Their Effects on Inflammatory Cytokine Modulation in Human Mast Cell-1 (HMC-1). J. Life Sci. 26: 689-697.
  3. Park, Y.W. 2016. Production and Composition of Milk are affected by Multivariate Factors. J Adv Dairy Res 4: e131. doi:10.4172/2329-888X.1000e131
  4. Gupta, B.P., A. Siddique, J.O. Jones and Y.W. Park. 2016. Cholesterol concentrations and lipolytic characteristics of commercial bovine and caprine milk yogurts during four weeks refrigerated storage. J. Adv. Dairy Res. 4:2: 1000155.
  5. Yoo, J.M., Y.W. Park, S.Y. Yoon, .J.Y. Son, S.G. Jeong, B.Y. Park, J.W. Kim, and M.S. Nam. 2015. Thymic Stromal Lymphopoietin Induction Is Mediated by the Major Whey Proteins α‑Lactalbumin and β‑Lactoglobulin through the NF-κB Pathway in Immune Cells. J. Agric. and Food Chem.63:10803-10810.
  6. Renchinkhand, G., Y.W. Park, S-H Choi, G-Y Song, M. Urgamal, H.C. Bae, S-J Choi, and M.S. Nam. 2015. Identification of β-glucosidase activity of Enterococcus faecalis CRNB-A3 in Airag and its potential to convert Ginsenoside Rb1 from Panax ginseng. J. Food Biochemistry. 40: 120–129.
  7. Park, Y.W. and M.S. Nam. 2015. Bioactive peptides in milk and dairy products: A Review. Korean J. Food Sci. Ani. 35: 831~840.
  8. McGhee, C.E., J.O. Jones and Y.W. Park. 2015. Evaluation of textural and sensory characteristics of three types of low-fat goat milk ice cream. Small Ruminant Res. 123: 293-300.
  9. Renchinkhand, G., Y.W. Park, S-H Choi, G-Y Song, H.C. Bae, S-J Choi, and M.S. Nam. 2015. Identification of β-glucosidase Activity of Lactobacillus plantarum CRNB22 in Kimchi and Its Potential to Convert Ginsenoside Rb1 from Panax ginseng. J. Food Biochemistry. 39:155-163.
  10. McGhee, C.E., B.P. Gupta and Y.W. Park. 2015. Evaluation of total fatty acid profiles of two types of low-fat goat milk ice creams. Open J. Animal. Sci. 5:21-29.  10.4236/ojas.5.2015
  11. Hernandez,K., Jolethia O. Jones , Young W. Park. 2015. Evaluation of lipolysis and proteolysis in commercial bovine and caprine milk yogurts compared with those of a university manufactured caprine milk yogurt during 4 weeks     refrigerated storage. Frontiers in Food Sci. and Technol. 2: 1-7.
  12. Hernandez, K. and Y.W. Park. 2014. Evaluation of 20 macro and trace mineral concentrations in commercial goat milk yogurt and its cow milk counterpart. Food and Nutrition Sci. 5: 889-895.
  13. Guler, Z., Y.E. Sekerli, and Y.W. Park. 2014. Evaluation of volatile compounds of red and white wine treated Dil cheese during refrigerated storage. Frontiers in Food Sci. and Technol. 1: 30-37.
  14. Nam, M.S., K-S. Whang, S-H. Choi , H.C. Bae, and Y.W. Park. 2013. Purification, characterization, and properties of an alkaline protease produced by Serratia marcescens S3-R1 inhabiting Korean Ginseng Rhizosphere. J. Sci. Food and Agric. 93:3876-3882.
  15. Van Hekken, D.L., Y. W. Park and M. H. Tunick. 2013. Effects of reducing fat content on the proteolytic and rheological properties of Cheddar-like caprine milk cheese. Small Ruminant Res. 110:46-51.
  16. Park, Y.W. 2013. Effect of five years long-term frozen storage on sensory quality of Monterey Jack caprine milk cheese. Small Ruminant Res. 109:136-140.
  17. Ham, J-S., G-S. Han, S-G. Jeong, K-H. Seol, A-R. Jang, M-H. Oh, D-H. Kim, and Y.W. Park. 2012. Determination of molecular weights of caprine milk proteins by Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry.  J. Dairy Sci. 95:15-19.
  18. Maduko, C.O. and Y.W. Park. 2011. Production of infant formula analogs by membrane fractionation of caprine milk: Effect of temperature treatment on membrane performance. Foods and Nutrition Sci. 2: 1097-1104.
  19. Nouira, W., Y.W. Park, Z. Guler and T.H. Terrill. 2011. Comparison of free fatty acid composition between low-fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses stored for 3 months under refrigeration. Open J. Anim. Sci. 2: 17-23.
  20. Güler, Z. and Y.W. Park. 2011. Characteristics of physico-chemical properties, volatile compounds and free fatty acid profiles of commercial set-type Turkish yoghurts. Open J. Anim. Sci. 1:1-9.
  21. Güler, Z. and Y.W. Park. 2011. Evaluation of sensory properties and their correlation coefficients with physico-chemical indices in Turkish set-type yoghurts. Open J. Anim. Sci. 1:10-15.
  22. Güler, Z., H. Şanal, and Y.W. Park. 2011. Non-essential element concentrations of concentrated (Torba) yoghurts made from different types of milk and wheys. Food Additives and Contaminants. 4: 275-281.
  23. Ham, J-S., S-G. Lee, S-G. Jeong, M-H. Oh, D-H. Kim, and Y. W. Park. 2010. Characteristics of Korean-Saanen goat milk caseins and somatic cell counts in comparison with Holstein cow milk counterparts. Small Ruminant Research 93:202-205.
  24. Zhang, H., S. Gokavi, H. Walsh, Y.W. Park, and M.R. Guo. 2009. Chemical composition of goats’ milk cake. Australian J. Dairy Technology. 64:182-186.
  25. Guler, Z. and Y.W. Park. 2009. Evaluation of chemical and color index characteristics of goat milk, its yoghurt and salted yoghurt. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 11:37-39.
  26. Gadiyaram, K.M., G. Kannan, T.D. Pringle, B. Kouakou, K.W. McMillin, and Y.W. Park. 2008. Effects of postmortem carcass electrical stimulation on goat meat quality characteristics. Small Rumin. Res. 78:106-114.
  27. Maduko, C.O., Y.W. Park, and C.C. Akoh. 2008. Characterization and oxidative stability of structured lipid: infant milk fat analog. J. Amer. Oil. Chem. Soc. 85:197-204.
  28. Park, Y.W. 2007. Impact of goat milk and milk products on human nutrition. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 2007: 2, No. 081. CAB Online Journal. ISSN 1749-8848.
  29. Maduko, C.O. and Y.W. Park. 2007. Modification of fatty acid and sterol composition of caprine milk for use as infant formula. International Dairy J. 17:1434-1440.
  30. Maduko, C.O., C.C. Akoh and Y.W. Park. 2007. Enzymatic Production of Infant Milk Fat Analogues Containing Palmitic Acid: Optimization of Reactions by Response Surface Methodology. J. Dairy Science. 90:2147-2154.
  31. Raynal-Ljutovac, K., Y.W. Park, F. Gaucheron, and S. Bouhallab. 2007. Heat stability and enzymatic modifications of goat and sheep milks. Small Ruminant Research J. 68:207-220.
  32. Park, Y.W. 2007. Rheological characteristics of goat milk and sheep milk. Small Ruminant Research. 68:73-87.
  33. Park, Y.W., M. Juárez, M. Ramos, and G.F.W. Haenlein. 2007. Physico-chemical characteristics of goat and sheep milk. Small Ruminant Res. 68:88-113.
  34. Maduko, C.O., C.C. Akoh and Y.W. Park. 2007. Enzymatic interesterification of tripalmitin with vegetable oil blends for formulation of caprine milk infant formula analogues.  J. Dairy Science. 90:594-601.
  35. Park, Y.W., P.D. Gerard and M.A. Drake. 2006. Impact of frozen storage on flavor of caprine milk cheeses. J. Sensory Studies. 21:654-663.
  36. Park, Y.W. and J.H. Lee. 2006. Effect of freezing on organic acid contents and lipolytic index of plain soft and Monterey Jack goat milk cheeses. Small Ruminant Res. 63:58-65.
  37. Park, Y.W., J.H. Lee and S.J. Lee. 2006. Effects of 6 Months Freezing and Refrigeration Storage on Organic Acid Profiles of Plain Soft and Monterey Jack Goat Milk Cheeses. J. Dairy Science. 89:862-871.
  38. Blackman, I.C., Y.W. Park, and M.H. Harrison. 2005. Effects of oxidative compounds on thermotolerance in Escherichia coli O157:H7 strains EO139 and 380-94. J. Food Protection. 68:2443-2446.
  39. Van Hekken, D.L., M.H. Tunick, and Y.W. Park. 2005. Effect of frozen storage on proteolytic and rheological properties of soft caprine milk cheese. J. Dairy Sci. 88:1966-1972.
  40. Park, Y.W. and M.A. Drake. 2005. Effect of 3 months frozen-storage on organic acid contents and sensory properties, and their correlations in soft goat milk cheese. Small Rumin. Res. 58:291-298.
  41. Park, Y.W. 2005. Effect of storage on proteolysis and lipolysis of goat milk cheeses. IDF Special Issue ISSN. 1025-8515. No.5: 226-240. 2005. International Dairy Federation, Brussels, Belgium.
  42. Park, Y.W., J.H. Lee, and K.L. Arora. 2004. Effect of 6 Months Prolonged Frozen- storage on Changes in Organic Acid Composition of Plain Soft Goat Milk Cheese. South African J. Ani. Sci. 34: Suppl. 1:186-188.
  43. Park, Y.W. and M.A. Drake. 2004. Effects of extended frozen-storage and refrigeration on sensory properties of soft and hard goat milk cheeses. South African J. Ani. Sci. 34: Suppl. 1: 200-203 (Abst. 47).
  44. Van Hekken, D.L., M.H. Tunick, and Y.W. Park. 2004. Rheological and proteolytic properties of Monterey Jack goat milk cheese during 6 months aging. J. Agric. Food Chem. 52:5372-5377.
  45. Park, Y.W., A. Kalantari, and J.F. Frank. 2004. Changes in the microflora of commercial soft goat milk cheese during refrigerated and frozen storage. Small Ruminant Res. 53:61-66.
  46. Guo, M.R., Y.W. Park, P.H. Dixon, J.A. Gilmore, and P.S. Kindsteadt. 2004. Relationship between the yield of chevre and chemical composition of goat’s milk. Small Ruminant Res. 52: 103-107.
  47. Imm, J.Y., E.J. Oh, K.S. Han, S, Oh, Y.W. Park, and S.H. Kim. 2003. Functionality and physico-chemical characteristics of bovine and caprine mozzarella cheeses during refrigerated storage. J. Dairy Sci. 86: 2790-2798.
  48. Guo, M.R., P.H. Dixon, Y.W. Park, J.A. Gilmore, and P.S. Kindsteadt. 2001. Seasonal changes in the chemical composition of commingled goat milk. J. Dairy Sci. 84(E. Suppl.):E79-E83.
  49. Park, Y.W. 2001. Proteolysis and lipolysis of goat milk cheese. J. Dairy Sci. 84(E. Suppl.):E84-E92.
  50. Park, Y.W. 2000. Comparison of mineral and cholesterol composition of different commercial goat milk products manufactured in USA. Small Rumin. Res. 37: 115-124.
  51. Park, Y.W. 1999. Cholesterol contents of U.S. and imported goat milk cheeses as quantified by different colorimetric methods. Small Rumin. Res. 32: 77-82
  52. Boleman, S.L., T.L. Graf, H.J. Mersmann, D.R. Su, L.P. Krook, J.W. Savell, Y.W. Park, and W.G. Pond. 1998. Pigs fed cholesterol neonatally have increased cerebrum cholesterol as young adults. J. Nutr. 128: 2498-2504.
  53. Park, Y.W. and Y.K. Jin. 1998. Proteolytic patterns of Caciotta and Monterey Jack hard goat milk cheeses as evaluated by SDS-PAGE and densitometric analysis. Small Rumin. Res. 28: 263-272
  54. Park, Y.W., L.G. Rizk, B.M. Johnson, F. Richards, and L.F. Kubena. 1997. Effects of intramammary infusion of cloxacillin on profiles of serum biochemical parameters in dry and lactating dairy goats. Small Rumin. Res. J. 24: 107-116.
  55. Jin, Y.K. and Y.W. Park. 1996. SDS-PAGE proteins in goat milk cheeses ripened under different conditions. J. Food Sci. 61:490-494.
  56. Jin, Y.K. and Y.W. Park. 1995. Effect of aging time and temperature on proteolysis of commercial goat milk cheeses produced in the U.S. J. Dairy Sci. 78:2598-2608.
  57. Park, Y.W. 1994. Hypo-allergenic and therapeutic significance of goat milk. Small Rumin. Res. J. 14:151-159.
  58. Park, Y.W., M.K. Kandeh, K.B. Chin, W.G. Pond, and L.D. Young. 1994. Concentrations of inorganic elements in milk of sows selected for high and low serum cholesterol.  J. Animal Sci. 72:1399-1402.
  59. Park, Y.W. 1994. Basic nutrient and mineral composition of commercial goat milk yogurt produced in the U.S. Small Rumin. Res. 13:63-70
  60. Kandeh, M.M., Y.W. Park, W.G. Pond, and L.D. Young. 1993. Milk cholesterol concentration in sows selected for three generations for high or low serum cholesterol. J. Animal Sci. 71:1100-1103.
  61. Park, Y.W. and A.C. Washington. 1993. Fatty acid composition of goat organ and muscle meat of Alpine and Nubian breeds.  J. Food Sci. 58:245-249.
  62. Park, Y.W. 1992. Comparison of buffering components in goat and cow milk. Small Rumin. Res.  8:75-81.
  63. Park, Y.W. 1991. Relative buffering capacity of goat milk, cow milk, soy based infant formulae and commercial non-prescription anti-acid drugs. J. Dairy Sci. 74:3326-3333.
  64. Park, Y.W., M.A. Kouassi, and K.B. Chin. 1991. Moisture, total fat and cholesterol in goat organ and muscle meat. J. Food Sci. 56:1191-1193.
  65. Park, Y.W. 1991. Interrelationships between somatic cell counts, electrical conductivity, bacteria counts, percent fat and protein in goat milk. Small Rumin. Res. 5:367-375.
  66. Park, Y.W. 1991. Moisture and sodium levels in commercial goat cheeses compared with cow cheeses. Small Rumin. Res. 5: 141-148.
  67. Park, Y.W. 1990. Nutrient profiles of commercial goat milk cheeses manufactured in the United States, J. Dairy Sci. 73:3059-3067.
  68. Park, Y.W. 1990. Effect of breed, sex and tissues on concentrations of macrominerals in goat meat.  J. Food Sci.  55:308-311.
  69. Park, Y.W., and H.I. Chukwu. 1989. Trace mineral concentrations in goat milk from French-Alpine and Anglo-Nubian breeds during the first 5 months of lactation.  J. Food Composit. and Anal. 2:161-169.
  70. Park, Y.W., G.A. Reynolds, and T.L. Stanton. 1989. Comparison of dry matter intake and digestibility of sun-cured pigeon pea, alfalfa and coastal Bermuda grass by growing dairy goats.  Small Rumin. Res.  2:11-18.
  71. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1988. Iron contents of muscle meat and liver in Alpine and Nubian goats.  Small Rumin. Res. 1:387-395.
  72. Park, Y.W., and H.I. Chukwu. 1988. Macro-mineral concentrations in milk of two goat breeds at different stages of lactation. Small Rumin. Res. 1:157-166.
  73. Park, Y.W. 1988. Trace mineral contents and Fe/Zn ratio in goat meat. J. Food Composit. and Analysis, 1:283-289.
  74. Mahoney, A.W., P. Whittaker, Y.W. Park, and D.G. Hendricks. 1987. Iron Bioavailability of breakfast cereals supplemented with different iron sources.  J. Nutr. Rep. Int’l.  35(2):251-158.
  75. Park, Y.W. 1987. Effect of freezing, thawing, drying and cooking on carotene retention in carrots, broccoli and spinach.  J. Food Sci.  52:1022-1025.
  76. Park, Y.W., A.W. Mahoney, and D.G. Hendricks. 1986. Iron bioavailability in goat milk compared with cow milk fed to anemic rats.  J. Dairy Science, 69:2608-2615.
  77. Park, Y.W., and R.D. Humphrey. 1986. Bacterial cell counts in goat milk and their correlations with somatic cell counts, percent fat, and protein.  J. Dairy  Science, 69: 32-37.
  78. Park, Y.W., A.W. Mahoney, and D.G. Hendricks. 1983. Variation of Iron Bioavailability Among Different Sources Ferrous Iron. J. Nutrition 113:2223-2228.
  79. Park, Y.W., M.J. Anderson, K.H. Asay, and A.W. Mahoney. 1983. Predicting Soluble N and Fibrous Fraction in Crested Wheatgrass with Near-Infrared Reflectance. J. Range Management, 36:529-533.
  80. Park, Y.W., A.W. Mahoney, and D.P. Cornforth, S.K. Collinge, and, D.G. Hendricks. 1983. Iron bioavailability of fresh, cooked or nitrosylated hemoglobin and myoglobin fed anemic rats. J. Nutrition, 113:680-687.
  81. Park, Y.W., M.J. Anderson, J.L. Walters, and A.W. Mahoney. 1983. Effect of Processing Methods and Agronomic Variables on Carotene Contents of Forages, and Predicting Carotene in Alfalfa Hay with Near-Infrared- Reflectance Spectroscopy.  J. Dairy Science, 66:235-145.
  82. Park, Y.W., M.J. Anderson, and A.W. Mahoney. 1982. Potential of Near infrared-Reflectance Spectroscopy in Estimating Nutrient Contents of Dehydrated Vegetables. J. Food Science, 47:1158-1561.
  83. Park, Y.W., and A.G. Hunter. 1977. Effect of repeated inseminations with egg yolk semen extender on fertility in cattle. J. Dairy Science, 60:1645-1649.

ABSTRACT PAPERS PUBLISHED IN SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. Park, Y.W., U. Magsar, G. Renchinkhand, S-H. Paik, and M.S. Nam. 2016. Identification of β-glycosidase Activity of Lactobacillus buchneri URN-0103 and Its Potential in Conversion of Ginsenoside Rb1 from Panax ginseng. IFT Abstract. P03-045. Proc. Pp. 57. Chicago, IL.
  2. Park, Y.W., J.Y. Son, G. Renchinkhand, S-H. Paik, and M.S. Nam. 2016. Effect of lactoferrin hydrolysates on cytokine expression in Raw264.7 cells. The 2016 ADSA/ASAS/CASA JAM Conference, Abst. #911. Pp 165. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  3. B.I. Davis, J.H. Ko, K.P. Bastola, A. Siddique, J.O. Jones and Y.W. Park. 2016. Evaluation of mineral compositions in commercial Mongolian dried yogurts (Aaruul) marketed at retail stores in Mongolia. The 2016 ADSA/ASAS/CASA JAM Conference, Abst. #509. Pp 158. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. McGhee, C., B.I. Davis, K.P. Bastola, J.O. Jones, Y.W. Park. 2015. Evaluation of textural property changes in three types of low-fat goat milk ice creams during 8 weeks frozen-storage. . J. Dairy Sci. Vol.98. E-Suppl.2. Abst. #T129. Pp. 358.
  5. Park, Y.W. 2015. Bioactive milk components and their utilization in development of functional foods. The 2015 Annual Conf. Korean Soc. Animal Food Products. Jeonju, Korea. Proc. Pp. 45-75.
  6. Gupta, B.P., B.I. Davis, K.P. Bastola, J.O. Jones, Y.W. Park. 2015. Effects of storage temperature and period on textural properties of cholesterol reduced and control Cheddar-type goat milk cheeses. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98. E-Suppl.2. Abst. #W139. Pp. 668.
  7. McGhee, C., K. P. Bastola, B. Davis, and Y.W. Park. 2015. Effect of frozen-storage on sensory quality of three types of low-fat goat milk ice creams. IFT Abst. #049-014. 2015 IFT Conference. Chicago, IL.
  8. McGhee, C., B. P. Gupta and Y.W. Park. 2014. Fatty acid compositions of low-fat goat milk ice creams formulated with commercial ice cream mix and 3 different levels of caprine milk fat. J. Dairy Sci. Vol.97. E-Suppl.1. Abst. #1022. Pp. 510.
  9. Gupta, B.P., J. Jones and Y.W. Park.2014. Textural properties of cholesterol reduced Cheddar-type goat milk cheese compared with those of whole goat milk counterpart. IFT Annual Conf. Abstr. #113-06. Pp. 82.
  10. McGhee, C., B. P. Gupta, J. Jones, and Y.W. Park. 2013. Evaluation of sensory properties of goat milk ice creams formulated with three different levels of caprine milk fat. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 96. E-Suppl. 1. Abst. #T239. Pp. 84.
  11. Gupta, B.P., Y.W. Park, J. Jones, and S. Ibrahim. 2013. Effects of different levels of 2 selected gums addition on textural properties of goat milk yogurts. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 96. E-Suppl. 1.  Abst. #478. Pp. 455.
  12. Van Hekken, D.L. , Y.W. Park and M.H. Tunick. 2013. Reducing fat levels in Cheddar-like goat cheese: Impact on proteolysis and rheological properties over 6 months of refrigerated storage. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 96. E-Suppl. 1.  Abst. #W215. Pp. 298.
  13. McGhee, C., J. Oglesby-Jones, B.P. Gupta, and Y.W. Park. 2013. Evaluation of textural characteristics of goat milk ice creams manufactured with three levels of caprine milk fat. IFT Annual Conf.  Abst. #153-10. Pp. 86.
  14. McGhee, J. Oglesby-Jones and Y.W. Park. 2013. Investigation of possible lipolysis in goat milk ice creams manufactured with three levels of caprine milk fat during 8 weeks frozen-storage. 2013 IFT Conf. Abst. #068-17. Pp. 77.
  15. Park, Y.W, K. Hernandez, and J. Oglesby. 2012. Comparison of 20 macro and trace mineral concentrations between commercial goat milk yogurt and cow milk counterpart. Proceeding, 11th Intern. Conference on Goats. Gran Canaria, Spain. Pp. 225.
  16. Park, Y.W. 2012. Goat milk and human nutrition. Proceeding, 1st Asian Dairy Goat Conference. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. April 9-12, 2012. Proceedings. Pp. 32- April 9-12, 2012.
  17. Park,Y.W., J. Oglesby, S. A. Hayek, R. Gyawali, and S. Ibrahim. 2012. Effect of diferent gums supplementation on textural properties of goat milk yogurts. ADSA/ASAS/CASA Joint Conf. Phoenix, AZ. Abst.# T68. J. Dairy Sci. Vol.95. Suppl. 2. Pp. 276.
  18. Park, Y.W. 2012. Bioactive components in goat milk and products. ADSA/ASAS/CASA Joint Conf. Phoenix, AZ. Abst.# 483. J. Dairy Sci. Vol.95. Suppl. 2. Pp. 459.
  19. Nam, M.S., G. Renchinkhand, H. C. Bae, K.Y. Song and Y.W. Park. 2012. Conversion of ginsenoside Rb1, Rb2, Rd, Re and Rg1 from Panax ginseng by crude enzyme (β-glucosidase) from Lactobacillus plantarum CRNB-22. IFT Conf. Las Vegas, NV., June 25-28, 2012.
  20. Nam, M.S., G. Renchinkhand, H.C. Bae, G.Y. Song and Y.W. Park. 2012. Biotransformation of ginsenosides in Panax ginseng (Korean ginseng) by β-glucosidase extracted from Lactobacillus plantarum CRNB-22 in Korean Kimchi. Abst.# 143-05. IFT Proc. pp. 115.
  21. Ibrahim, S., S.A. Hayek, R. Gyawali, and Y.W. Park. 2012. Viability of probiotics in goat milk yogurt supplemented with different gums during 4 weeks refrigerated storage. Abst.# 144-15, IFT Proc. pp.118.
  22. Griffin, E. J. Oglesby, and Y.W. Park. 2011. Evaluation of textural properties of commercial cow milk yogurts compared with goat milk counterparts during 4 weeks refrigerated storage. IFT Abstract# 287-01, pp. 223-224.
  23. Nouira, A., Z. Guler, and Y.W. Park. 2011. Free fatty acid compositions of low- fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses stored under refrigeration for 3 months. ADSA/ASAS Joint Conf. Abstr. #W73, J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 89. Suppl. 1. Pp.539
  24. Oglesby, J. and Y.W. Park. 2011. Comparison of lipolytic and proteolytic changes between commercial bovine milk and caprine milk yogurts stored under refrigeration. ADSA/ASAS Joint Conf. Abstr. #W83, J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 89. Suppl. 1. Pp.542, New Orleans, LA. July, 2011.
  25.  Dzimianski, S., T.H. Terrill, B. Kouakou, J.H. Lee and Y.W. Park, 2011. Effects of alfalfa, Rhizoma peanut, and Sericea Lespedeza chopped hays on milk production and composition in lactating dairy does. 16th Biennial Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA. Proc. Pp. 53. Paper No. O-FS-G-7.
  26. Güler, Z. and Y.W. Park. 2010. Evaluation of correlations between chemical compositions and sensory properties in Turkish Set-type yoghurts. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 93, E-Suppl. p.805. Abstract #950.
  27. Gürsoy-Balci, A.C., Z. Güler and Y.W. Park. 2010. Chemical and sensory characteristics of set-type yoghurts made from sheep, goat, and their mixed milks during refrigerated storage. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 93, E-Suppl. p.336. Abstract #T95.
  28. Şanal, H., Z. Güler and Y.W. Park. 2010. Evaluation of non-essential and heavy minerals in three species milks, Torba yoghurts and whey. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 93, E-Suppl. p.337. Abstract #T97.
  29. Oglesby, J., R. Drake and Y.W. Park. 2010. Effect of refrigeration storage on lipolytic and proteolytic changes in skim, 2% and full-fat goat milk yoghurts. 2010 IFT Proc. p182. Abstract #184-01
  30. Nouira, W., J.H. Lee, T.H. Terrill, G. Kannan, and Y.W. Park. 2009. Evaluation of characteristics of total fatty acid profiles of reduced-fat and whole goat milk cheeses during three months aging. IDF World Dairy Summit. Berlin, Germany, Sept. 20-25, 2009.
  31. Nouira, W., T.H. Terrill and Y.W. Park 2009. Characteristics of whole goat milk yoghurt and its chemical changes during 4 weeks refrigeration storage. IDF World Dairy Summit. Berlin, Germany, Sept. 20-25, 2009.
  32. Van Hekken, D.L., Y.W. Park, and M.H. Tunick. 2009. Effect of aging on the rheology of full fat and low fat Cheddar-like caprine cheese. Abstract #M71. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 92. E-Suppl. Pp. 25., Montreal, Canada.
  33. Nouira, W., Z. Guler, and Y.W. Park. 2009. Determination of free fatty acid profiles of reduced-fat and whole goat milk cheeses aged for 3 months under refrigeration. Abstract #W81. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 92. E-Suppl. Pp. 408., Montreal, Canada.
  34. Nouira, W., Z. Guler, and Y.W. Park. 2009. Determination of free fatty acid profiles of reduced-fat and whole goat milk cheeses aged for 3 months under refrigeration. Abstract #W81. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 92. E-Suppl. Pp. 408., Montreal, Canada.
  35. Nouira, W., Z. Guler, J.H. Lee, T.H. Terrill, G. Kannan, and Y.W. Park. 2009. Comparison of mono- and poly-unsaturated fatty acid compositions between reduced-fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses during three months aging. Abstract #438. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 92. E-Suppl. Pp. 364., Montreal, Canada
  36. Nouira, W., T.H. Terrill and Y.W. Park. 2009. Characteristics of whole goat milk yoghurt and its chemical changes during 4 weeks refrigeration storage. The 2009 IFT. Anaheim, CA.
  37. Nouira, W., T.H. Terrill, and Y.W. Park. 2009. Comparison of mineral compositions and their ratios of skim goat milk cheeses with those of whole milk counterpart. The 2009 IFT. Anaheim, CA.
  38. Nouira, W., R. Drake, S. Miller, R.J. Ragan, T.H. Terrill and Y.W. Park. 2009. Evaluation of lipolysis and proteolysis in reduced-fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses during three months aging. 15th ARD Bienniel Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA, March 28-April 1, 2009.
  39. Nouira, W., Z. Güler and Y.W. Park. 2009. Comparison of chemical composition and color index characteristics of goat milk, its yogurt and salted yogurt. 15th ARD Bienniel Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA, March 28-April 1, 2009.
  40. Park, Y.W. 2008. Overview and Prospect of Small Ruminant Species Milk Production in the World. National Institute of Industrial Technology. Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 8-14, 2008.
  41. Park, Y.W. 2008. Factors Affecting Composition and Quality of Goat Milk. National Institute of Industrial Technology. Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 8- 14, 2008.
  42. Park, Y.W. 2008. Benefits of Goat Milk and Its Products in Human Nutrition and Wellbeing. Morecolactea International Conference. San Francisco, Cordova, Argentina. May 8-14, 2008.
  43. Güler, Z. and Y.W. Park. 2008. Evaluation of chemical and color index characteristics of goat milk, its yoghurt and salted yoghurt. The 9th International Conference on Goats, Queretaro, Mexico. Proc. of Abstracts: page 76. Abst. #28.
  44. Nouira, W. and Y.W. Park. 2008. Effect of fat reduction on food quality of three months ripened reduced-fat goat milk cheese compared with full-fat cheese. The 9th International Conference on Goats, Queretaro, Mexico. Proc. of Abstracts: page 75. Abst. #26.
  45. Güler, Z., M. Keskin, S. Gül, and Y.W. Park. 2008. Changes in fatty acid profiles of Awassi ewe and Damascus goat colostrums during ten days postpartum. 2008 ADSA/ASAS Abstract # W67. pp. 215. Indianapolis, IN.
  46. Güler, Z., and Y.W. Park. 2008. Changes in relative percentages of fatty acids in raw goat milk, its yoghurt and salted yoghurt during manufacture. The 2008 ADSA/ASAS Abstract # 517, pp. 504. Indianapolis, IN.
  47. Nouira, W., T.H. Terrill, and Y.W. Park. 2008. Evaluation of mineral compositions in reduced-fat and full-fat caprine milks and their Cheddar-type cheeses. The 2008 ADSA/ASAS Abstract # T40, pp.14. Indianapolis, IN.
  48. Maduko, C.O., C.C. Akoh, R.R. Eitenmiller and Y.W. Park. 2008. Production of structured lipids containing palmitic acid for infant milk formulation and characterization of their oxidative stability. The 2008 ADSA/ASAS Abstract # 513. pp. 503. Indianapolis, IN.
  49. Nouira, W. and Y.W. Park. 2008. Changes in lipolytic and proteolytic parameters of reduced-fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses aged for three months. The 2008 IFT Abstract #048-15. Proc. Book. pp. 59. New Orleans, LA, June 28-July 1.
  50. Park, Y.W. W. Nouira, and M.A. Drake. 2008. Effect of five years long-term frozen-storage on sensory quality of Monterey Jack caprine milk cheese. The 2008 IFT Abstract #048-13. Proc. Book. pp. 58. New Orleans, LA, June 28-July 1, 2008.
  51. Güler, Z., A.C. Gürsoy-Balci, and Y.W. Park. 2008. Characterization of ether- soluble and volatile compounds in set-type ovine and caprine  fermented milks manufactured using different cultures. IFT. Abstract #048-14. Proc. Book. pp. 58.
  52. Güler, Z., E. Gök, G. Diler and Y.W. Park. 2008. Evaluation of volatile compounds and fatty acids profiles in Turkish set-type yoghurt. The 2008 IFT Abstract #093-13. Proc. pp.120. New Orleans, LA, June 28-July 1, 2008.
  53. Park, Y.W. 2007. Changes in microbiological, rheological, chemical and sensory qualities of soft goat milk cheeses during frozen and refrigerated storage. The 2nd International Symposium on Quality of Goat Products. Bella, Italy, May 22-27, 2007.
  54. Maduko, C.O., Y.W. Park, and C.C. Akoh. 2007. Optimization of palmitic acid incorporation into infant milk fat analogs using response surface methodology. IFT. Proc. pp. 250. Abstract # 188-06. Chicago, IL. July 28-Aug. 1, 2007.
  55. Maduko, C.O. and Y.W. Park. 2007. Effects of temperature and membrane pore size on fractionation of caprine milk proteins in developing infant formula analogs. J. Dairy. Sci. Vol. 90. p. 599. Abstract 733.
  56. Zhang, H., S. Gokavi, C.O. Maduko, Y.W. Park, and M.R. Guo. 2007. Evaluation of chemical compositions of traditional Chinese goat’s milk cake. J. Dairy. Sci. Vol. 90. p. 272. Abstract # T99.
  57. Maduko, C.O., Y.W. Park, and C.C. Akoh. 2007. Fatty acid profile and sn-2 fatty acid distribution of infant milk fat fortified with EPA and DHA. J. Dairy. Sci. Vol. 90. p. 276. Abstract # T114.
  58. Park, Y.W. 2007. Changes in microbiological, rheological, chemical and sensory qualities of soft goat milk cheeses during frozen and refrigerated storage. The 2nd Int’l Symp. on Quality of Goat Products. Bella, Italy, May 22-27, 2007.
  59. Maduko, C.O., C.C. Akoh, and Y.W. Park. 2006. Comparison of the fatty acid distributions among different vegetable oil blends toward infant milk formulation. Abst. No. 435. pp. 384. The 2006 ADSA/ASAS Joint Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
  60. Maduko, C.O., Y.W. Park and C.C. Akoh. 2006. Effect of EPA and DHA fortification on the oxidation stability of caprine milk infant formula analogue. Abstract No. 350. pp. 276. The 2006 ADSA/ASAS Joint Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
  61. Kanthimahanti, K. and Y.W. Park. 2006. Frozen and refrigeration storage effects on cholesterol oxidation products (COPs) in different goat cheeses. The 2006 IFT conference. Abstract No. 15-07. pp. 41. Orlando, FL. June 24-28, 2006.
  62. Maduko, C.O., C.C. Akoh, R. Shewfelt, Y. Huang, J. Frank, and Y.W. Park. 2006. Effect of 12-month storage on the oxidative stability of modified caprine milk for infant food formulation. 2006 IFT conference. Abst. No. 54E-12. pp. 167.
  63. Maduko, C.O., Y.W. Park and C.C. Akoh. 2006. Fatty acid profile and sn-2 fatty acid distribution of infant milk fat fortified with EPA and DHA. The 2006 IFT conference. Orlando, FL. June 24-28, 2006.
  64. Maduko, C.O. , A. Morrison, P. Koehler and Y.W. Park. 2006. Comparison of total sterol content of formulated caprine milk with vegetable oil to that of human milk. The 2006 IFT conference. Abst. No. 35-02, pp. 93. Orlando, FL.
  65. Maduko, C.O., C.C. Akoh, and Y.W. Park. 2006. Enzymatic interesterification of tripalmitin with vegetable oil blends to produce caprine milk infant formula analogues. The 2006 IFT conference. Abstract No. 37-08, pp. 93. Orlando, FL.
  66. Kanthimahanti, K. and Y.W. Park. 2006. Quantification of cholesterol oxidation products (COPs) in plain soft and Monterey Jack caprine cheeses as affected by prolonged frozen and refrigeration storage. The 14th ARD Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA. April 1-4, 2006.
  67. Blackman, I.C., R. Richardson, and Y.W. Park. 2006. Evaluation of microbial populations in three types of commercial ready-to-eat meats stored under refrigeration. The 14th ARD Research Sympo., Atlanta, GA. April 1-4, 2006.
  68. Kanthimahanti and Y.W. Park. 2006. Effects of frozen and refrigerated storage on conjugated linoleic acid concentrations in plain soft and Monterey Jack caprine milk cheeses. The 14th ARD Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA. April 1-4, 2006.
  69. Gadiyaram, B.L., K. Kanthimahanti, and Y.W. Park. 2005. Feasibility of frozen-storage and its impact on fatty acid composition of two varieties of goat milk cheeses. The 2005 World Dairy Summit, Vancouver, Canada, Sep. 17-22, 2005.
  70. Gadiyaram, B.L., K. Kanthimahanti, and Y.W. Park. 2005. Profiles of conjugated linoleic acid in plain soft and Monterey Jack caprine milk cheeses as affected by extended frozen-storage. The 2005 World Dairy Summit, Vancouver, Canada, September 17-22, 2005.
  71. Lee, J.H., G. Kannan, K. R. Eega, B. Kouakou, W. R. Getz, and Y. W. Park. 2005. Distribution of conjugated linoleic acids and trans-fatty acids in sheep and goat longissimus dorsi muscles. The 2005 ASAS Annual Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, Abstract No. T85. J. Animal Sci. 83 (Suppl. 1):151
  72. Gadiyaram, B.L., K. Kanthimahanti, and Y.W. Park. 2005. Effect of extended frozen-storage on fatty acid profiles of plain soft and Monterey Jack goat milk cheeses.  The 2005 IFT Conference. New Orleans, LA. July 16-20, 2005.
  73. Maduko, C.O., P. Koehler, and Y.W. Park. 2005. Effects of protein fractionation and lipid modification on visual properties of lyophilized and reconstituted goat-milk based infant formula analogues. The 2005 IFT Conference. New Orleans, LA. July 16-20, 2005.
  74. Maduko, C.O., D.C. Peck, R.T. Toledo, and Y.W. Park. 2005. Two-step membrane filtration of -lactoglobulin from caprine milk whey toward simulation of human milk protein composition. 2005 IFT Meeting. New Orleans, LA. July 16-20, 2005.
  75. Maduko, C.O., D.C. Peck, R.T. Toledo, and Y.W. Park. 2005. Modification of caprine milk fat to simulate fatty acid profile of human milk. The 2005 IFT Conference. New Orleans, LA. July 16-20, 2005.
  76. Park, Y.W. 2004. Effect of extended frozen-storage on food quality of goat cheeses. The International Symposium on the Future of The Sheep and Goat Dairy Sectors. Int’l Dairy Federation. Zaragoza, Spain, October 28-30, 2004.
  77. Park, Y.W. 2004. Effects of storage on proteolysis and lipolysis of goat milk cheeses. The International Symposium on the Future of The Sheep and Goat Dairy Sectors. Int’l Dairy Federation. Zaragoza, Spain, October 28-30, 2004.
  78. Blackman, I.C., Y.W. Park, and M.A. Harrison. 2004. Effect of sodium erythorbate with seasonings on the thermotolerance of Escherichia coli O157:H7 venison jerky strain EO139 and salami strain 380-94. The 2004 IFT Abstract # 67E-34. IFT Conf. Proc. pp. 181.
  79. Blackman, I.C., Y.W. Park, and M.A. Harrison. 2004. Effect of oxidative compounds and ascorbic acid on the thermotolerance of Escherichia coli O157:H7 EO139(venison jerky strain) and 380-94 (salami strain) at varying times and temperatures. 2004 IFT meeting. Las Vegas, NV. July 12-16, 2004.
  80. Blackman, I.C., Y.W. Park, and M.A. Harrison. 2004. Influence of oxidative compounds on the thermotolerance of Escherichia coliO157:H7 strains 380-94 (salami strain) and EO139 (venison jerky strain). The 2004 IFT Abstract # 30-IFT Conf. Proc. pp. 60. Gadiyaram, B.L., J.H. Lee, I.C. Blackman, and Y.W. Park. 2004. Effect of vitamin E addition on levels of conjugated dienoic acid, organic acids and lipolysis in soft cheeses made from goat milk at late stage of lactation. The 2004 IFT Abstract # 67B-10. IFT Conf. Proc. pp. 162.
  81. Maduko, C.O., and Y.W. Park. 2004. Comparison of physico-chemical properties and microbial counts in raw, sterilized  and reconstituted caprine milks during refrigerated storage. The 2004 IFT Abstract # 17D-12. IFT Proc. pp. 32.
  82. Rhodes, J., C.O. Maduko, J.H. Lee, K.L. Arora, and Y.W. Park. 2004. Effect of 6 month frozen-storage on proteolytic characteristics of soft goat milk cheese evaluated by SDS-PAGE and gel image band analysis. The 2004 IFT Abstract# 17E-11. IFT Conf. Proc. pp. 34.
  83. Van Hekken, D.L., M. H. Tunick, and Y. W. Park. 2004. Effect of frozen-storage on rheological and proteolytic characteristics of Monterey Jack caprine milk cheese. The 2004 IFT Abstract # 17A-17. IFT Conf. Proc. pp. 21.
  84. Park, Y.W. and M.A. Drake. 2004. Effects of Extended Frozen-storage and Refrigeration on Sensory Properties of Soft and Hard Goat Milk Cheeses. The 8th Intern. Conference on Goats, Pretoria, South Africa. Proc. Abst. Pp 47.
  85. Park, Y.W., J.H. Lee, and K.L. Arora. 2004. Effect of 6 Months Prolonged Frozen- storage on Changes in Organic Acid Composition of Plain Soft Goat Milk Cheese. The 8th Int’l Conf. on Goats, Pretoria, South Africa. Proc. pp. 46
  86. Maduko, C.O., R. Shewfelt, R. Toledo, J.F. Frank, Y-W. Huang, and Y.W. Park.
  87. Comparison of viscosity and stability of bovine fluid and evaporated milks with those of caprine milk counterparts stored under refrigeration. J. Dairy Sci. 87. Suppl. 1. p.417.
  88. Maduko, C.O., R. Shewfelt, J. F. Frank, and Y.W. Park. 2004. Evaluation of pH stability in different types of heat-treated fluid and manufactured milk products during refrigerated storage. J. Dairy Sci. 87. Suppl. 1. p.232.
  89. Park, Y.W., J.H. Lee, and I.C. Blackman. 2004. Effects of 6 Month Extended Frozen-storage on Changes in Organic Acid Profiles of Plain Soft and Monterey Jack Goat Milk Cheeses. J. Dairy Sci. 87. Suppl. 1. p.287.
  90. Lee, Jung H., Y. W. Park, and B.L. Gadiyaram. 2004. Evaluation of long term frozen-storage effect on chemical changes in soft and hard goat cheeses.  J.Dairy Sci. 87. Suppl. 1. p.237.
  91. Kalantari, A. and Y.W. Park. 2003. Microbiological profiles of soft goat milk cheeses during 6 months of frozen storage. Abstract No. 31. The 13th Biennial ARD Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA, March 29-Apr.1, 2003.
  92. Gutta, V., A. Kalantari, S.J. Lee, J.H. Lee, and Y.W. Park. 2003. Evaluation of microbiological and physico-chemical changes in fresh and 3 months frozen soft goat milk cheeses stored under refrigeration. Abstract No. P48. The 13th Biennial ARD Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA, March 29-Apr.1, 2003.
  93. Lee, S.J., J.H. Lee, J. Rhodes, and Y.W. Park. 2003. Effects of 3 months frozen- storage and refrigeration on proteolysis of soft goat milk cheeses determinedby SDS-PAGE and gel image analysis. The 2003 ADSA-ASAS Joint Meeting Abst. No. 281.
  94. Van Hekken, D.L., M.H. Tunick, D.W. Olson, and Y.W. Park. 2003. Proteolysis and rheology of soft goat milk cheese after frozen storage. The 2003 ADSA- ASAS Joint Meeting Abst. No. W289.
  95. Park, Y.W., J.H. Lee, and S.J. Lee. 2003. Effects of refrigeration and extended forzen-storage on organic acid profiles of commercial soft goat milk cheeses. The 2003 ADSA-ASAS Joint Meeting Abst. No. 280.
  96. Lee, J.H., S. J. Lee, Bhargava L. Gadiyaram, and Y.W. Park. 2003. Tocopherol concentrations and their changes in caprine milk cheeses during extended refrigeration and frozen storage. 2003 ADSA-ASAS Meeting Abst. No. 282.
  97. Lee, J.H., S.J. Lee, A. Kalantari, and Y.W. Park. 2003. Comparison of microbial populations of unfrozen and frozen control goat cheeses with those of 3 months frozen-stored ones. The 2003 ADSA-ASAS Joint Meeting Abst. W279.
  98. Park, Y.W., S.J. Lee, J.H. Lee and M.A. Drake. 2003. Effects of freezing and thawing on sensory properties of plain soft and Monterey Jack goat milkcheeses. 2003 IFT Abst. 104D-14.
  99. Lee, S.J., J.H. Lee, A. Kalantari, and Y.W. Park, 2003. Effects of freezing and thawing on chemical changes in plain soft and Monterey Jack goat milk cheeses. 2003 IFT Abst. 14A-14.
  100. Lee, S. J., Young W. Park, and Diane L. Van Hekken. 2003. Evaluation of Impacts of Freezing and Thawing on Protein Degradations of Caprine Milk Cheeses by SDS-PAGE Analysis. 2003 IFT Abst. 11-3.
  101. Lee, H.J., Y.W. Park, M.A. Drake, and D.L. Van Hekken. 2003. Correlations between organic acids, rheology, and sensory property data of soft goat milk cheeses stored under freezing for 3 months. 9th World Conf. Animal Production, Porte Alegre, Brazil.
  102. Park, Y. W. and Jung Hoon Lee. 2003. Impacts of Freezing and Thawing on Organic Acid Contents of Plain Soft and Monterey Jack Caprine Milk Cheeses. 9th World Conf. Animal Production, Porte Alegre, Brazil.
  103. Park, Y. W. and MaryAnne Drake. 2003. Evaluation of microbial counts and sensory characteristics, and their correlations in fresh and frozen soft goat milk cheeses during refrigerated storage. 9th World Conf. Animal Prod., Porte Alegre, Brazil.
  104. Kalantari, A. and Y.W. Park. 2002. Effect of frozen storage on microbial changes in soft goat milk cheese compared with fresh ones. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 85. Suppl. 1; 257. Abst. No. 1026.
  105. Van Hekken, D.L., M. H. Tunick and Y. W. Park. 2002. Effect of frozen storage on the proteolysis and rheology of soft goat milk cheese. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 85. Suppl. 1; 254. Abst. No. 1017.
  106. Van Hekken, D. L., M. H. Tunick, and Y. W. Park. 2001. Protein profiles and rheological properties of fresh goat milk cheese. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 84. Suppl. 1: 305
  107. Park, Y.W., A. Kalantari, D.L. Van Hekken, and M.H. Tunick. 2001. Microbiological and rheological characteristics and their association with shelf-life of fresh soft goat milk cheese.  J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 84. Suppl. 1:27
  108. Park, Y.W., A. Kalantari, M.R. Lim, K.L. Arora, and J.F. Frank. 2001. Effect of extended refrigerated storage on microbial population of soft goat milk cheeses. The 2001 IFT Proc. Abstract 15C-10, p.23
  109. Guo, M.R., P.H. Dixon, Y.W. Park, J.A. Gilmore, and P.S. Kindstedt. 2000.  Seasonal changes in the chemical composition of commingled goat milk. 2000 Joint Meeting of ADSA and ASAS. Baltimore, MD. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 83. Suppl.1. p.8.
  110. Van Hekken, D.L., M.H. Tunick, and Y.W. Park. 2000. Rheological properties of aging Monterey Jack goat cheese. 2000 Joint Meeting of ADSA and ASAS. Baltimore, MD. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 83. Suppl. 1. p. 82.
  111. Van Hekken, D.L. and Y.W. Park. 2000. Electrophoretic characterization ofaging Monterey Jack goat cheese. 2000 Joint Meeting of ADSA and ASAS. Baltimore, MD. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 83. Suppl. 1. p. 83.
  112. Park, Y.W. 2000. Proteolysis and lipolysis of goat milk cheeses. The 2000 Joint Meeting of ADSA and ASAS. Baltimore, MD. July 24-28, 2000.
  113. Park, Y.W., D.L. Van Hekken, M.H. Tunick, and V.H. Holsinger. 2000. Rheological characteristics of young Monterey Jack goat milk cheese. 7th Intern. Conference on Goats, Tours, France. May 14-20, 2000. Proc. p. 601
  114. Lan, Y., C.N. Nguyen, and Y.W. Park. 2000. Viscosity properties of goat milk. The 12th 1890 ARD Biennial Research Symposium. Washington, DC. April 19-21, 2000. Proc. p. 79.
  115. Park, Y.W. 1999. On the matters differences and trends in goat milk and milk products. Dairy Goat Workshop for Georgia Dairy Goat Breeders’ Association. Fort Valley, GA. December, 10, 1999.
  116. Carter, J., B. Singh, and Y.W. Park. 1999. Mineral nutrient composition of edible parts of the daylily plant. 1999 Annual meeting of American Horticultural Society, Minneapolis, MN, July 24-27, 1999
  117. Park, Y.W., L.C. Nuti, and G. Newton. 1999. Comparison of postmortem shrinkage, muscle to bone ratio and loin eye area of chevon from three breeds of goat raised   in two different range locations. Abstract No. 65C-22, p.184. July 24-28, 1999. Chicago, IL.
  118. Park, Y.W., and J.F. Frank. 1999. Effect of late stage of lactation on pH and coagulation property, and microbiological quality of the goat milk cheese. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 82. Suppl. 1:19. Memphis, TN., June 20-23, 1999.
  119. Park, Y.W. 1998. Comparison of nutrient and mineral composition among different commercial caprine milk products. The 1998 Joint Meeting of ADSA and ASAS. Denver, Colorado. July 27-30, 1998.
  120. Park, Y.W., C.I. Kim, and V.G. Stanley. 1997. Nutritional benefaction and alleviation of aflatoxicosis in chicken meat and eggs by dietary supplementation of mannan oligosaccharide. The 11th BiennialResearch Symposium, San Antonio, TX. Oct. 2-5, 1997.
  121. Park, Y.W. and Y.K. Jin. 1997. Proteolytic patterns of Caciotta and Monterey Jack hard goat milk cheeses as evaluated by SDS-PAGE and densitometric analyses.The 11th Biennial Research Symp., San Antonio, TX. Oct. 2-5, 1997.
  122. Park, Y.W., C.I. Kim, and V.G. Stanley. 1997. Effects of dietary Bio-Mos on sequestration of aflatoxin and cholesterol in chicken meat and eggs. IFT annual meeting. Orlando, Florida, Abstract 46E-20, p. 144.
  123. Park, Y.W. and Y.K. Jin. 1997. SDS-PAGE and densitometric analysis of proteolytic patterns of Caciotta and Monterey Jack goat milk cheeses aged under different storage conditions. ADSA Annual Meeting, University of Guelph, Canada.  J. Dairy Sci., Vol. 80, Suppl. 1: 122
  124. Park, Y.W., L.G. Rizk, B.M. Johnson, and L.F. Kubena. 1996. Comparison of effects of ivermectin administration on serum biochemical indices of dry dairy goats with those of milking goats. VI International Conference on Goats. Beijing, China. Conf. Proc. Vol. II:  932-936.
  125. Park, Y.W. 1996. Evaluation of cholesterol and basic nutrient composition of commercial fluid, condensed and powdered goat milk products manufactured in the United States. VI International Conference on Goats. Beijing, China.  May 5- 12, 1996. Conf. Proc. Vol. II: 392-396.
  126. Park, Y.W., C.I. Kim, and V.G. Stanley. 1996. Effects of dietary aflatoxin and Bio-Mos on cholesterol and basic nutrient contents of broiler chicken meat. Annual Meeting of the IFT. New Orleans, LA. Abstract No. 66-3, p. 150.
  127. Rizk, L.G., Y.W. Park, B.M. Johnson, and L.F. Kubena. 1995. Effect of oral  administration of ivermectin on serum biochemical indices in non-lactating dairy goats. The 90th Annual Meeting of American Dairy Sci. Assoc. Cornell Univ. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 78. Suppl. 1. p. 190.
  128. Jin, Y.K., C.I. Kim, and Y.W. Park. 1995. SDS-PAGE patterns of protein degradation in commercial goat milk cheeses aged under different storage conditions. The IFT annual meeting. Abstract No. 68A-14, p. 191.
  129. Park, Y.W., L.G. Rizk, B.M. Johnson, and F. Richards. 1994. Profiles of serum biochemical parameters in dry and lactating dairy goats after intramammary infusion of cloxacillin. 10th ARD Biennial Research Symp. Oct. 2-5, 1994. New Orleans, LA.
  130. Jin, Y.K., C.I. Kim, and Y.W. Park. 1994. Effect of ripening time and temperature on proteolysis of commercial goat milk cheeses produced in the U.S. 10th ARD Biennial Research Symp. Oct. 2-5, 1994. New Orleans, LA.
  131. Park, Y.W., L.G. Rizk, B.M. Johnson, and F.L. Richards. 1994. Comparative responses to serum biochemical indices of dry and milking dairy goats after  cloxacillin administration. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 77. Suppl. 1. P. 313.
  132. Jin, Y.K. and Y.W. Park. 1994. Quantitative measurements of proteolytic indices in commercial goat milk cheeses as affected by storage time and temperature. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 77. Suppl. 1. p. 22.
  133. Rizk, L.G., Y.W. Park, B.M. Johnson, and F.L. Richards. 1994. Effects of cloxacillin benzathine on hematological and serum biochemical parameters of healthy dry dairy goats.  The Annual Meeting of Fed. Amer. Soc. Exp. Biol., Anahein, CA.  April 23-28, 1994.
  134. Park, Y.W., K.B. Chin, and Y.K. Jin. 1993. Effects of storage time and temperature on changes in total fatty acid composition of commercial goat milk cheeses. Proc. XV Int’l. Cong. Nutr., Adelaide, Australia, Paper No. 29, 56.
  135. Park, Y.W., M.M. Kandeh, W.G. Pond, and L.D. Young. 1993. Association of serum cholesterol with milk cholesterol and other constituents in genetically selected third generation sows.  VII World Conference on Animal Production. Edmonton, Canada, June 28 – July 2, 1993.
  136. Jin, Y.K., K.B. Chin, and Y.W. Park. 1993. Effect of storage on hydrolytic and oxidative lipolysis of commercial goat milk cheeses.  Annual meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists.  Chicago, IL.  July 10-15, 1993.
  137. Park, Y.W., and K.B. Chin. 1992. Cholesterol concentration of commercial goat milk cheeses as quantitated by different conventional analytical procedures. Int’l. Food Technol. Exposit. and Conf. Hague, Netherlands, Nov. 15-18, 1992.
  138. Chin, K.B., and Y.W. Park. 1992. Mineral profiles of commercial goat milk yogurt manufactured in the United States.  J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 75. Suppl. 1. paper No. D107. p 24.
  139. Park, Y.W., and K.B. Chin. 1992. Evaluation of Basic Nutrient Composition in Commercial Goat Milk Yogurt Produced in the U.S. V Int’l Conference. New Delhi, India, proc. contributing papers, Vol. I, pp 391.
  140. Park, Y.W. 1992. Advances in Manufacture of Goat Cheeses. V International Conference on Goats. New Delhi, India, Symposium paper, March 2-8, 1992.
  141. Chin, K.B., A.C. Washington, and Y.W. Park. 1991. Cholesterol Concentrations in Commercial Goat Milk Cheeses of Domestic and Foreign Imported Origins. Dairy Sci. Vol. 74. Suppl. 1. paper No. D24.
  142. Park, Y.W., A.C. Washington, and M.A. Kouassi. 1991. Evaluation of Fatty Acid Composition in Goat Organ and Muscle Meat.  Institute of Food Technologists. Abstract No. 59, Dallas, Texas, June 1-5, 1991.
  143. Park, Y.W. 1990. Comparison of Colorimetric and Gas Chromatographic Method of Quantification of Cholesterol Concentrations in Goat Organ and Muscle Tissues. The 11th Science and Technology Research Symposium of the            Federation of Korea Scientist and Engineers Association, Seoul, Korea, June 26 – July 6, 1990.
  144. Chetty, K.N., Y.W. Park, J. Robinson, P. White, D. Hawkins, R. Ware, D. Castleberry, and D.N. McMurray.  1990.  American Association of Immunologists.  Abstract.  New Orleans, Louisiana.  June, 1990.
  145. Chetty, K.N., Y.W. Park, D. Hawkins, P. White, J. Robinson, and G.W. Ivey. Effects of Chlordecone on Hematology and Serum Chemistry of Rats Fed Calcium Deficient and Sufficient Diets.  FASEB J. 4(7):A2110.
  146. Kouassi, M.A., and Y.W. Park. 1990. Evaluation of Moisture, Total Fat and Cholesterol Contents in Goat Meat.  Institute of Food Technologists. Abstract No. 152, Anaheim, California.
  147. Park, Y.W. 1989. Characteristics of Mineral Ratios in Commercial Goat Cheeses. Proc. 14th Int’l Congress of Nutrition, P4-130, pp. 797.  Seoul, Korea.
  148. Park, Y.W. 1989. Profiles of Nutrient Composition in Goat Milk Cheeses Marketed in the U.S.A.  Proc. 14th Int’l Congress on Nutrition, F19-5, pp. Seoul, Korea.
  149. Park, Y.W. 1989. Iron Contents of Goat Milk Cheeses Marketed in the United States. FASEB J.  3(4):A1077.
  150. Park, Y.W., A. Mora-Gutierrez, and R. Attaie. 1989. Chloride Contents and Its Correlation with Sodium and Moisture Levels of Commercial Goat Cheeses. Dairy Sci. Vol. 72, Suppl. 1:168.
  151. Park, Y.W., R. Attaie, and S.P. Horner. 1989. Interrelationships Among Somatic Cell Counts, Electrical Conductivity, Bacterial Cell Counts, % Fat and Protein in Goat Milk. Proc. Int’l Colloquium on Goat Diseases and Prod. Niort, France.
  152. Park, Y.W. 1989. Effect of Breed, Sex and Tissue on Macro-mineral Concentrations of Goat Meat.  Proc. Int’l Colloquium on Goat Disease and Production. Niort, France.
  153. Park, Y.W. 1989. Characteristics of Moisture and Sodium Contents in Commercially Available Goat Cheese Produced in the U.S.A.  Proc. Int’l Colloquium on Diseases and Prod. Niort, France.
  154. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1988. Evaluation of Yield and Acidity During Cheddar Cheese Manufacturing From Goat Milk.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 71, Suppl. 1:79.
  155. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1988. Gross Chemical Composition of Commercially Available Goat Cheeses Produced in the U.S.  J. Dairy Science.  Vol. 71, Suppl. 1:69.
  156. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1988. Trace Mineral Concentrations in Goat Milk From Alpine and Nubian Breeds for the First 5 Months of Lactation.  Proc. World Conf. Ani. Prod. pp. 696.  Finland, Helsinki.
  157. Park, Y.W. 1988. Concentrations of Iron and Zinc and Their Ratio in Goat Meat From Alpine and Nubian Breeds.  Proc. World Conf. Ani. Prod. pp. 699. Helsinki, Finland.
  158. Park, Y.W. 1988. Aluminum and Sulphur Concentrations in Goat Milk and Their Correlations With Other Minerals.  FASEB J. 2(4):A654.
  159. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1987. Changes in Zinc Concentration in Alpine and Nubian Breed Milk During the First 20 Weeks of Lactation.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 70, Suppl 1, pp. 147.
  160. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1987. Profile of Na/K and Ca/P Ratio in Goat Milk at Different Stages of Lactation.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 70, Suppl. 1, pp. 85.
  161. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1987. Trace Mineral Concentrations of Goat Meat From Alpine and Nubian Breeds.  Institute of Food Technologists.  Program pp. 140. Abstract 271.
  162. Park, Y.W., H. Chukwu, and R. Attaie. 1987. Iron Concentration of Alpine and Nubian Breed Milk During First 5 Months of Lactation.  Proc. VI International Conference of Goats.  Brasilia, Brazil, Vol. II:1481.
  163. Park, Y.W. 1986. Effects of Drying, Freezing and Cooking on the Carotene Contents of Three Vegetables.  The XIX Pan American Congress on Agricultural and Food Engineering.  Guatemala City, Guatemala.
  164. Park, Y.W., and R. Attaie. 1986. Comparison of Buffering Capacity of Goat Milk with Cow Milk, Commercial Soy Base Infant Formulae.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 69, Suppl. 1, pp. 62.
  165. Park, Y.W., L.C. Nuti, R. Attaie, and G.H. Sides. 1986. Effects of Lighting Treatments on the Concentration of Plasma Inorganic Phosphorus and Other Blood Parameters of Nubian and Alpine Goats.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 69, Suppl. 1, pp. 193.
  166. Park, Y.W., T.L. Gilchrist, H.I. Chukwu, and R. Attaie. 1986. Comparison of Nonheme and Total Iron Contents of Goat Meat from Alpine and Nubian Breed. Institute of Food Technologist, June 15-18, Dallas, Abst. #506, pp. 207.
  167. Park, Y.W., R. Attaie, H.I. Chukwu, and T.L. Gilchrist. 1986. Buffering Capacity of Goat Milk Compared with Cow Milk and Anti-acid Drugs.  Fed. Proc. 45(5):1095.
  168. Park, Y.W., A.W. Mahoney, and G.D. Hendricks. 1985. Iron Bioavailability of Goat Milk Compared with Cow Milk.  Fed. Proc. 44(5):1673.
  169. Park, Y.W., and R.D. Humphrey. 1985. Effect of Temperature and Time on Bacterial Cell Counts in Reconstituted Goat Milk.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 68, Suppl. 1, pp. 63.
  170. Park, Y.W., Ghenekama, P.M. Lyons, and E.A. Brams. 1985. Accumulation of lead in tissues of dairy goats via food chain.  Proc. 3rd.  AAAP Animal Science Congress, Vol. 1:1185-1187, Seoul, Korea.
  171. Park, Y.W., and L.C. Nuti. 1985. Electrical conductivity of goat milk in evaluating subclinical mastitis.  Proc. 3rd.  AAAP Animal Science Congress,Vol. 2:1271-1274, Seoul, Korea.
  172. Park, Y.W., and R.D. Humphrey. 1984. Concentration of Somatic Cell, Bacterial Cell, Fat, Protein in Goat Milk, and their Correlation Coefficients.  5th Biennial Research Symposium of 1890 Black Universities, Dallas, Texas.
  173. Park, Y.W. 1984. Yield of Dehydrated Goat Milk and Composition Data for Composite Fluid Milk of Two Breeds of Dairy Goat.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 67, Suppl. 1, Paper No. D96.
  174. Park, Y.W., and R.D. Humphrey. 1984. Bacterial Cell Counts of Goat Milk and their Correlation Between Different Types of Cells.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 67, Suppl. 1, Paper No. 95.
  175. Park, Y.W., and R.D. Humphrey. 1984. Effect of Freezing on Number of Bacterial Cell Counts in Goat Milk.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 67, Suppl. 1, Paper No. D94.
  176. Lyons, P.M., E.A. Brams, and Y.W. Park. 1984. Accumulation of Lead in the Liver and Brain of Goats Ingested Pb from Sudan Sorghum Hay Grown on Contaminated Soil. Southern Branch of American Society of Agronomy, Nashville, TN.
  177. Mahoney, A.W., P. Whittaker, Y.W. Park, and D.G. Hendricks. 1984. Relative Iron Bioavailability Determined by Efficiency of Hemoglobin Iron Gain. Fed. Proc. 43:615.
  178. Park, Y.W., G.A. Reynolds, T.L. Stanton, and F. Pinkerton. 1983. Palatability and Digestibility and Pigeon Pea, Alfalfa and Coastal Bermudagrass by Growing Dairy Goats.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 66, Suppl. 1, pp. 192.
  179. Park, Y.W., A.W. Mahoney, and D.G. Hendricks. 1983. Variability of Iron Bioavailability as Affected by Ferrous Sulfate Source.  Fed. Proc.  42:1182.
  180. Park, Y.W., A.W. Mahoney, and D.G. Hendricks. 1982. Comparison of Ferrous Iron Concentrations Among Different Sources of Iron.  Utah Academy of Sciences.  Encyclia 59:112.
  181. Park, Y.W., M.J. Anderson, K.H. Asay, J.L. Walters, and A.W. Mahoney. 1982. Soluble Protein and Fibrous Fractions in Crested Wheat-grass, and their Prediction by Near-Infrared-Reflectance Spectroscopy.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 65, Suppl. 1, pp. 141.
  182. Park, Y.W., M.J. Anderson, and A.W. Mahoney. 1982. Near-Infrared-Reflectance Prediction on Nutrient Contents of Vegetables Across Species. Annual Meeting of IFT, Abstract, pp. 183, Paper No. 342, Las Vegas.
  183. Park, Y.W., M.J. Anderson, and J.L. Walters. 1981. Predicting Carotene in Forages with Infrared-Reflectance Spectroscopy.  J. Dairy Science, Vol. 64, Suppl. 1. pp. 104.

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