|BaseClear||Product Manager Animal Health and Performance||The Netherlands|
Feed and microbiome: What new approaches are being developed to address specific health or nutritional challenges for animals?
Emma Hernandez-Sanabria is Product Manager of Animal Health & Performance at BaseClear. Emma was trained as a veterinarian in her home country of Mexico followed by an MSc in Animal Production and Nutrition at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. She pursued a doctoral degree about the rumen microbiome and how it relates to feed efficiency and weight gain parameters at the University of Alberta. Since then, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Microbial Ecology and Technology (CMET) of Ghent University and in the VIB-KU Leuven Center for Microbiology in Belgium, in many projects addressing in vivo and in vitro host-microbe-environment interactions, and in collaboration with industry partners. This broad experience allows her to assist customers in a diverse range of projects involved with livestock production.