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EHA Consulting Group, Inc.
Baltimore, Maryland
7904 Starburst Drive, 21208


Contact:  Dr. Melvin Kramer
www.EHAgroup.com
410-484-9133 Or Toll Free 800-969-1441
mkramer@EHAgroup.com
7904 Starburst Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21208

Contact:  Dr. Melvin Kramer
www.EHAgroup.com
410-484-9133 Or Toll Free 800-969-1441
mkramer@EHAgroup.com
Melvin N. Kramer, Ph.D., M.P.H., has over 40 years of professional experience in all aspects of the food industry. He has consulted widely with food processors, manufacturers, importers, exporters, retail and foodservice, as well as having served as an expert witness in matters relating to the regulation of food and food borne diseases. He has participated in the epidemiological investigations of numerous outbreaks of food borne diseases including Salmonella, Listeria, Campylobacter E-coli STEC infections including O157:H7 Shigella, involving a wide variety of commodities. He is the author of numerous journal publications on food sanitation and infectious disease topics and has lectured nationally and internationally at colleges, universities and conferences and on behalf of the United States in trade negotiations involving food safety. In addition, Dr. Kramer has consulted and testified in matters concerning viruses transmitted through blood and blood products (HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B), nosocomial infections, including MRSA and Clostridium difficile, as well as respiratory diseases—ranging from fungal diseases, Legionella and tuberculosis. Another focus has been outbreaks of diseases related to poor sanitation practices; such as, norovirus, salmonella and hepatitis A.
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Melvin N. Kramer, Ph.D., M.P.H., has over 40 years of professional experience in all aspects of the food industry. He has consulted widely with food processors, manufacturers, importers, exporters, retail and foodservice, as well as having served as an expert witness in matters relating to the regulation of food and food borne diseases. He has participated in the epidemiological investigations of numerous outbreaks of food borne diseases including Salmonella, Listeria, Campylobacter E-coli STEC infections including O157:H7 Shigella, involving a wide variety of commodities. He is the author of numerous journal publications on food sanitation and infectious disease topics and has lectured nationally and internationally at colleges, universities and conferences and on behalf of the United States in trade negotiations involving food safety. In addition, Dr. Kramer has consulted and testified in matters concerning viruses transmitted through blood and blood products (HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B), nosocomial infections, including MRSA and Clostridium difficile, as well as respiratory diseases—ranging from fungal diseases, Legionella and tuberculosis. Another focus has been outbreaks of diseases related to poor sanitation practices; such as, norovirus, salmonella and hepatitis A.