Belo, Panfilo S.

Title

Belo, Panfilo S.

Date Updated

6-28-2020

Department

Nutrition, Food Science and Packaging

Academic Rank

Professor

Year Retired from SJSU

2014

Educational Background

Michigan State University, 1972 Ph.D.

Michigan State University, 1968 M.S.

University of the Philippines, 1963 B.S.

Teaching Experience

San Jose State University, Department of Nutrition, and Food Science and Packaging, Professor, 2003-2014.

San Jose State University, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Associate Professor, 1986-2003; Assistant Professor, 1981-1986; Lecturer, 1980-1981.

University of the Philippines at Los Banos, Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Instructor,1963-1966.

Administrative and Professional Experience

International Food Science Certification Commission, Certified Food Scientist, 2013.

University of California, Berkeley, Department of Nutritional Science, Postdoctoral Fellow, 1980-1981.

Gilroy Foods, Inc., Gilroy, CA, Food Chemist, 1976-1979.

Michigan State University, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Research Associate, 1973-1976.

Selected Publications

Belo, P.S. and De Lumen. B.O. (1981). Inhibitors of trypsin and chymotrypsin in winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus) tubers. J. Ag. Food Chem. 29, 884-886.

Belo, P.S. and De Lumen, B.O. (1981). Pectic substances content of detergent extracted dietary fibers. J. Ag. Food Chem. 29, 370-373.

Belo, P.S., Romsos, D.R. and Leveille, G.A. (1977). Influence of diet on lactate, alanine and serine turnover and incorporation into glucose in the dog. J. Nutr. 107, 397-403.

Belo, P.S., Romsos, D.R. and Leveille, G.A. (1976). Influence of diet on glucose tolerance, on the rate of glucose utilization and on gluconeogenic enzyme activities in the dog. J. Nutr. 106, 1465-1474.

Belo, P.S., Romsos, D.R. and Leveille, G.A. (1976). Determination of glucose utilization in the dog with glucose-2-3H and glucose6-3H. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 152, 475-479.

Belo, P.S., Romsos, D.R. and Leveille, G.A. (1976). Blood metabolites and glucose metabolism in fed and fasted chicken. J. Nutr.106, 1135-1143.

Belo, P.S., Romsos, D.R. and Leveille, G.A. (1975). Butanediol and lipid metabolism. Fed. Proc. 34, 2186-2190.

Clark, S.D., Romsos, D.R., Belo, P.S., Tsai, A.C., Bergen, W.G. and Leveille, G.A. (1976). Studies on the effect of dietary cholesterol on hepatic protein synthesis, reduced glutathione levels and serine dehydratase activity in the rat. J. Nutr. 106, 94-102.

Romsos, D.R., and Belo, P.S. and Leveille, G.A. (1974). Effect of 1,3-butanediol on hepatic fatty acid synthesis and metabolite levels in the rat. J. Nutr. 104, 1438-1445.

Garcia, G.D., Yang, M.G., Belo, P.S. and Wang, J.H.C. (1974). Carbon-mercury bond breakage in milk, cerebrum, liver, and kidney of rats fed methyl mercuric chloride. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 146, 190-193.

Urbain, W.M., Belo, P.S. and Giddings, G.G. (1969). Centralized Processing of Fresh Meat and Poultry -A Bibliography, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Isotope Information Center, ORNL-20 (COO-1689-3).

Personal Commentary

SJSU has given me opportunities for professional and personal development during my 33 years of service with the university. I have been privileged to work with a very dynamic community of faculty and students in the Department of Nutrition, Food Science and Packaging (NuFS). I also consider it truly a privilege to constantly have the interactions with very ambitious and intelligent students. I owe a great deal to my graduate students for their contributions to my professional and scholarly activities during my 33 years at SJSU.

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