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Juan Suarez, Ph.D. Promoted to Senior Poultry Scientist

By enero 11, 2021Noticias, PLT

Jones-Hamilton Co. announces that Juan Suarez, Ph.D. was recently promoted to Senior Poultry Scientist in the Agricultural Division. In his new role, Suarez will work to bridge the gap between sales and technical service through the development of sales strategies and practical research designed to support customer needs in the U.S. and Latin America.

Suarez, who recently earned a Ph.D. in Poultry Nutrition from Texas A&M University, said, “I look forward to how this new role will allow me greater interaction with technical teams, integrators and live production personnel to help develop dynamic solutions to industry challenges.”

Suarez joined Jones-Hamilton Co. in 2017 as a Territory Manager and transitioned to his role as Poultry Scientist in January 2019 while he completed his doctorate studies.

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