College of Agriculture and
Michigan State University
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Former PhD and Masters students
My research program is
focused on the development and applications of statistical models to common
problems in quantitative genetics and genomics research. Topic areas include the following:
of genetic/genomic merit within heterogeneous environments.
of experimental designs for animal sciences and genomics research.
hierarchical modeling extensions for genomics/phenomics
research and for dairy cattle management.
I regularly teach the
Statistics for Biologists
Advanced Statistics for Biologists
I am also a consulting statistician for the College
of Agriculture and Natural Resources
and the Michigan
Agricultural Experiment Station. I am
currently co-director (along with Dr. Sasha Kravchenko) of the CANR Statistical Consulting Center (SCC). If you are a CANR or MAES affiliated researcher
desiring some statistical support, collaboration, or simply just some advice,
please contact the SCC by email at email@example.com
1205 Anthony Hall
474 S. Shaw Lane
East Lansing, Michigan