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Bernie P. May

Adjunct Professor, Department of Animal Science
Director, Genomic Variation Lab

Research Statement:

In the Genomic Variation Laboratory we use a variety of molecular techniques (AFLPs, allozymes, microsatellites, Introns, etc.) to study genomic variation in natural and aquacultural populations. Our Projects examine questions related to genomic structure, population analysis, mixed stock analysis, genomic manipulation, effects of non-indigenous species/populations, and isolate identification in fish, fungi, birds, mammals, plants, and invertebrates. My current interest is exploring the use of single microsatellite locus data to address questions in conservation biology regarding the "genetic health" and "genetic integrity" of natural populations. I am also interested in the linkage of molecular markers to single quantitative trait loci (QTLs).

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