Eby Noroozi, Laboratory Coordinator/Lab Supervisor

Department of Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry
Macdonald Campus, McGill University
21,111 Lakeshore Rd.
Ste Anne de Bellevue, Quebec
H9X 3V9

Email: ebrahim.noroozi [at] mcgill.ca
Tel.: 514-398-7736
Fax: 514-398-7977


MSc Food Science (Honours), McGill University 1978
BSc (Eng) Nutritional Sc. and Food Chem. (First Honors), Faculty of Science and Food Industries of Iran 1972

Membership in professional and scientific associations

  • American Biological Safety Association (ABSA)
  • American Chemical Society (ACS)
  • American Oil Chemistry Society (AOCS)
  • American Society for Quality Control (ASQC)
  • Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC)
  • Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology (CIFST)
  • Institute of Food Technologists (IFT)

Professional Certification and Accreditation

  • P.Chem.; Ordre des chimistes du Québec, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (1989-050)
  • CRSP; Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professional, Ontario, Canada (1995-961)

Functions in the department

Supervise and instruct teaching assistants and students in the laboratory, Pilot Plant or field trips in courses such as: Biophysical Chemistry of Food; Flavor Chemistry; Food Analysis 1 & 2; Food Chemistry 1 & 2; Food Packaging; Food Processing; Food Product Development; Post Harvest Fruit & Vegetable Technology; Quality Assurance; Research Projects; Organic Chemistry; Analytical 1 & 2 Chemistry and Biochemistry 1 & 2.

Administrate, coordinate, operate and maintain teaching laboratory facilities, scientific instrumentation and repair as well as their utilization in the Department.

Coordinate recruitment activities and promote and provide instruction and technical advice to those interested students and public by means of lecturing, workshop, demonstration, etc. within the University or by participating in career fairs, exhibitions, college tours, open houses, etc.

Plan and prioritize budget, purchase, receive, store and organize chemicals, supplies and equipment. Approve and administrate financial transactions and related accounting internally or externally in the computer network.

Manage, plan, design, evaluate and participate in improving "Health & Safety" issues for Department, Faculty and University in Hazardous Waste Management, Fire Prevention, Spill Response, Accident Investigation and Prevention, Inspection, First Aid and CPR, Chemical Storage, etc. to prevent harm to people, property, process and the environment.