Erika Ganda

Assistant Professor of Food Animal Microbiomes

Erika Ganda

Research Summary

Developing practical ways to leverage the microbiome to improve food safety and improve food production animals' production efficiency.

Huck Graduate Students

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Milk Microbiota Cattle Mastitis Farms Cows Dna Dairy Cows Cephalosporins Endometritis Rumen Escherichia Coli Food Genome Microbiome Poultry Salmonella Enterica Dairies Vaccines Metformin Fluid Immunization Therapeutics Genes Fluids

Most Recent Publications

V. Bay, A. Gillespie, E. Ganda, N. J. Evans, S. D. Carter, L. Lenzi, A. Lucaci, S. Haldenby, M. Barden, B. E. Griffiths, E. Sánchez-Molano, R. Bicalho, G. Banos, A. Darby, G. Oikonomou, 2023, Microbiome

Erika Ganda, Anirikh Chakrabarti, Maria I. Sardi, Melissa Tench, Briana K. Kozlowicz, Sharon A. Norton, Lori K. Warren, Ehsan Khafipour, 2023, Frontiers in Veterinary Science

Asha M. Miles, Jessica A.A. McArt, Svetlana F. Lima, Rafael C. Neves, Erika Ganda, 2022, BMC Veterinary Research

E Van Syoc, E Weaver, Connie Jo Rogers, J , Justin Silverman, Ramesh Ramachandran, Erika Ganda, 2022, Frontiers in Physiology on p. 1000144

Carl Basbas, Sharif Aly, Emmanuel Okello, Betsy M. Karle, Terry Lehenbauer, Deniece Williams, Erika Ganda, Martin Wiedmann, Richard V. Pereira, 2022, Antibiotics

Abubakar Siddique, Nimat Ullah, Amjad Ali, Ami Patel, Terence Moore, Sophia M. Kenney, Erika Ganda, Abdur Rahman, 2022, Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance on p. 131-135

Natália C. Gaeta, Ana Marcia de Sá Guimarães, Jorge Timenetsky, Stephanie Clouser, Lilian Gregory, Erika Ganda, 2022, Veterinary Research Communications

Abubakar Siddique, Sara Azim, Amjad Ali, Fazal Adnan, Maryum Arif, Muhammad Imran, Erika Ganda, Abdur Rahman, 2021, Animals on p. 3435

Erika Ganda, Kristen Beck, Niina Haiminen, J Silverman, Ban Kawas, Brittany Cronk, Renee Anderson, Laura Goodman, Martin Wiedmann, 2021, mSystems

Most-Cited Papers

Fabio S. Lima, Georgios Oikonomou, Svetlana F. Lima, Marcela L.S. Bicalho, Erika K. Ganda, Jose C. de Oliveira Filho, Gustavo Lorenzo, Plamen Trojacanec, Rodrigo C. Bicalho, 2015, Applied and Environmental Microbiology on p. 1327-1337

Carla Foditsch, Richard Van Vleck Pereira, Erika Korzune Ganda, Marilia Souza Gomez, Eduardo Carvalho Marques, Thiago Santin, Rodrigo Carvalho Bicalho, 2015, PLoS One

Erika K. Ganda, Rafael S. Bisinotto, Svetlana F. Lima, Kristina Kronauer, Dean H. Decter, Georgios Oikonomou, Ynte H. Schukken, Rodrigo C. Bicalho, 2016, Scientific Reports

Vinícius Silva Machado, Marcela Luccas De Souza Bicalho, Enoch Brandão De Souza Meira, Rodolfo Rossi, Bruno Leonardo Ribeiro, Svetlana Lima, Thiago Santos, Arieli Kussler, Carla Foditsch, Erika Korzune Ganda, Georgios Oikonomou, Soon Hon Cheong, Robert Owen Gilbert, Rodrigo Carvalho Bicalho, 2014, PLoS One

Svetlana F. Lima, Andre G.V. Teixeira, Fabio S. Lima, Erika K. Ganda, Catherine H. Higgins, Georgios Oikonomou, Rodrigo C. Bicalho, 2017, Journal of Dairy Science on p. 3031-3042

M. L.S. Bicalho, F. S. Lima, E. K. Ganda, C. Foditsch, E. B.S. Meira, V. S. Machado, A. G.V. Teixeira, G. Oikonomou, R. O. Gilbert, R. C. Bicalho, 2014, Journal of Dairy Science on p. 4281-4295

Erika K. Ganda, Natalia Gaeta, Anja Sipka, Brianna Pomeroy, Georgios Oikonomou, Ynte H. Schukken, Rodrigo C. Bicalho, 2017, Microbiome

Associations among Trueperella pyogenes, endometritis diagnosis, and pregnancy outcomes in dairy cows

M. L.S. Bicalho, F. S. Lima, V. S. Machado, E. B. Meira, E. K. Ganda, C. Foditsch, R. C. Bicalho, R. O. Gilbert, 2016, Theriogenology on p. 267-274

Daniel Weller, Natalie Brassill, Channah Rock, Renata Ivanek, Erika Mudrak, Sherry Roof, Erika Ganda, Martin Wiedmann, 2020, Frontiers in Microbiology

Erika Korzune Ganda, Rafael Sisconeto Bisinotto, Dean Harrison Decter, Rodrigo Carvalho Bicalho, 2016, PLoS One

News Articles Featuring Erika Ganda

USDA grant supports reproductive microbiome training program

The USDA NIFA has awarded Penn State a five-year, US$238,500 grant to establish a graduate training pipeline in reproductive microbiome research

New USDA grant to support graduate reproductive microbiome training program

The USDA NIFA has awarded Penn State a five-year, $238,500 grant to establish a graduate training pipeline in reproductive microbiome research.

One Health Microbiome Center honors creativity and mentoring with award series

The One Health Microbiome Center (OHMC) below has named eight recipients for its 2023-24 Inaugural Award Series.

Animal microbiome researcher awarded $1.3M to study pathogenic threats

Erika Ganda was recently awarded two grants totaling $1.3 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to lead teams of scientists in studies of pathogenic threats to livestock and people.

Penn State's renamed One Health Microbiome Center affirms broad expertise

The Microbiome Center in the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences at Penn State has announced its renaming to the One Health Microbiome Center (OHMC), the first center in the world to integrate "One Health" with the microbiome sciences.

New partnership will address health and food safety challenges in Kenya

Representatives from Penn State, Meru University of Science and Technology, and Meru County in Kenya signed a memorandum of understanding today (March 2) in a ceremony in Kenya to formally commence their new partnership. This collaboration also will involve the Technical University of Denmark.

Graduate student in College of Ag Sciences gets USDA-APHIS training fellowship

A Penn State graduate student has received a highly competitive and prestigious fellowship from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to participate in its National Scientist Training Program.

2022 Top 10 Most Popular Microbiome Center News Articles

The stories that made the year in 2022 for the Penn State Microbiome Center

Three Physiology Students Awarded USDA Fellowships

Three graduate students in the Huck Institutes' Integrative and Biomedical Physiology program have recently been awarded fellowships by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support their continued research.

Students in Department of Animal Science receive accolades for research

There are many opportunities to participate in undergraduate- and graduate-level research in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences. Graduate students Emily Van Syoc and Sophia Kenney are among those reaping the numerous benefits.