DuPont Pioneer logoStuart Huntley has accepted a position as senior research associate microbial bioinformatics with DuPont Pioneer in Johnston, Iowa.

In this role, Huntley will work with the Pioneer Forage Additives research group to clarify information contained in the microbial genome leading to enhanced product development opportunities for novel forage additive products.

Prior to joining Pioneer, Huntley worked at the Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology in Marburg, Germany, as a bioinformatics staff scientist. He obtained his Ph.D. at Washington State University and did post-doctoral work in the Genome Biology Division at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, Calif.

From planting through feedout, Pioneer uses industry-leading research, agronomic and nutritional expertise to provide the entire range of seed genetics, crop-specific forage additives, silage know-how and local service all dedicated to the goal of meeting the feed needs of producers' livestock operations.

Stuart Huntley, senior research associate
microbial bioinformatics, DuPont Pioneer

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