Peter Bradbury is a USDA-ARS computational biologist working in the lab of Edward Buckler in Ithaca, NY and affiliated with Cornell University. He is one of the developers of the TASSEL software package and the PHG (Practical Haplotype Graph). His current research projects involve genotype imputation and phasing using DNA sequence data. One of the...
Our group AlphaGenes focusses on the development and application of quantitative genetics methods and computational approaches for animal and plant breeding programs and human genetics. Currently our overarching research aim relates to the development of what we call “Genomic Selection 2.0“. We envisage that GS2.0 would be underpinned by huge quantities of sequence data generated at low cost and could enable several new ways of driving genetic improvement and biological insight. Specifically we are developing the algorithms, software and strategies for generating and analysing data on this scale and new breeding program designs to derive breeding benefit.