Fri, 23 September 2011
In this edition of Genome Barks we bring you and interview with Dr. Danika Bannasch, a veterinary geneticist with the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. An expert in genetic research and testing, Dr. Bannasch recently hosted a round table discussion on interpreting genetic test results and how to incorporate those results into a breeding program.
In this podcast Dr. Bannasch discusses genetic test basics and how breeders should use genetic tests.
Thu, 8 September 2011
In this podcast we bring you and interview with Dr. Max Rothschild, distinguished professor of agriculture and life sciences and director of the center for integrated animal genomics at the Iowa state University College of Veterinary Medicine. Funded by the AKC Canine Health Foundation primarily for his research in cryptorchidism, Dr. Rothschild’s areas of research interest are gene mapping, reproduction and immunogenetics of swine, new statistical methods to evaluate animals and gene identification in dogs.
Dr. Rothschild helps us understand what cryptorchidism is and discusses the health concerns associated with the condition and the developments in his research to find the genetic cause.
Furthermore, Dr. Rothschild is doing genetic research on Cranial Cruciate Ligament disease. He discusses the condition and the status of the research.