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Jeanette Newman


 

Microbiologist (NCYC)

Jeanette is a Microbiologist within the NCYC team. Her role includes sales of yeast cultures and services to both new and existing customers and manages the liquid yeast propagation and supply for brewers. Jeanette also deals with the confidential safe deposit service and assists with the maintenance, characterisation and quality control of the culture collection. 

Jeanette has experience in both medical and food industry microbiology and helps generate additional commercial income through liaison with customers and representation at external meetings and events such as trade fairs. 

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Elizabeth Saggers

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Claire Daniels

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Kirsty Holmes

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Jemma Snell

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Professor Mike Peck

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Dr Martin Webb

Microbiologist

Carmen Nueno-Palop

Business Development Manager (NCYC)

Applied Research and Analytical Services for Industry

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