Research center on elucidating the genetic basis and epigenetic mechanism of genome to phenome, especially on complex diseases and quantitative traits of livestock animals and humans.
Developing statistical approaches to study the interaction between livestock genomes and environmental factors, especially to discover alleles and epi-alleles as biomarkers that modify responses to environmental stimuli and to investigate how such epigenetic marks and alleles affect exposed animal.
Global analysis of systems biology by integrating a variety of biological knowledge from genetic, genomic, and epigenetic studies
Modeling and epigenetics in reprograming of chicken stem cell
Developing strategies of animal disease-prevention and improving livestock performance
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