Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based Diamond V continues to expand its research team, with Andrea Binnebose joining as Senior Research Scientist, Microbiology.
In the new role, Binnebose will lead research projects and help to drive the microbiology program for current and new product initiatives. “Her specialized skills in infectious pathogens to both humans and animals as well as experience with antimicrobial resistance mitigation and host-pathogen interactions will be a valuable addition to our research capabilities,” said Joan Butler, Manager of Diamond V’s Research & Innovation Center.
Binnebose earned her BS in Biology from Marian University in Wisconsin and earned her PhD in Microbiology from Iowa State University. Her doctoral research, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as the George Washington Carver Fellowship, drove the development of a novel anti-infectivity platform to enhance antimicrobial agents in the treatment of neglected tropical and infectious diseases.
Binnebose also has collaborated in research with professors at the University of California and the University of Wisconsin. She has authored or co-authored four peer-reviewed journal articles and has performed numerous oral and poster presentations. She is a member of the American Society of Microbiology, the Society for Applied Microbiology, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Diamond V is a global animal health company, conducting research in many species, and manufacturing natural, immune support products for animal health, animal performance, and food safety worldwide. Global headquarters and all manufacturing is located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. For more information, call 319.366.0745 or visit www.DiamondV.com.