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GenoMar appoints new fish health & quality group manager
February 12, 2024 By Hatchery International staff
GenoMar Genetics Group has appointed Marina Delphino as the group’s fish health & quality solutions manager.
Delphino’s task will involve developing and implementing a unified vision and strategy for fish health, welfare, and quality for all the company’s global operations. Alejandro Tola Alvarez, CEO of GenoMar Genetics Group, said Delphino has set and maintained a new standard in biosecurity and health management at their tilapia breeding center in Latin America.
“We want to replicate similar standards across all our operations and lead the way in the biosecurity as much as we do in genetic performance. Her skills, experiences and uncompromising attitude will provide great leadership to our global teams to reach that goal, said Alvarez.
Marina is a veterinarian and holds a PhD in veterinary epidemiology from the University of Brasilia, Brazil.
“I’m excited to take up this new role at GenoMar. Building on my journey since 2020 as the fish health and welfare manager at the Brazilian Breeding Center, I will be dedicating my efforts to maintaining our top-tier biosecurity and health standards across all units. Furthermore, my focus will be on achieving crucial certifications and building systems for quality control of the final product. This move represents a major step forward in the company’s collective pursuit of sustainable, high-quality aquaculture,” she said.
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