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2019

Breeding technologies to facilitate a future role of livestock in food production (and economic transformation)‘, BBSRC Cross-Institute Workshop: The future role of livestock in food production, The Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Sequencing strategy, imputation and genomic prediction in a large pig sequencing study (and other things)’, Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Armidale, Australia.

‘How genomic selection has impacted plant and animal breeding’, Forestry Workshop on Genomic Selection Implementation and Impacts for the UK, The Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK.

‘A strategy to exploit surrogate sire technology in livestock breeding programs’, 12th International Marine Biotechnology Conference, Shizuoka, Japan.

‘Disruptions trough Data Driven Breeding will drive step changes in crop performance’, XXIII International Symposium in Genetics and Plant Breeding, Lavras, Brazil.

‘Genomic selection in animal breeding’, The Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Integration of (Big) Data Driven Plant and Animal Breeding Strategies’, Donald Danforth Plant Science Centre, St. Louis, USA.

‘Some thoughts about the modernisation of plant breeding programs’, Genetwister Technologies B.V., Wageningen, The Netherlands.

‘BIG DATA for improving animal performance in Africa’, 7th All Africa Conference on Animal Agriculture, Accra, Ghana.

‘Integrative breeding to meet global demand for food, fuel and fibre’, University of Kassel visit, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Integration of (Big) Data Driven Plant and Animal Breeding Strategies’, BASF Agricultural Solutions Belgium NV, Ghent, Belgium.

‘Integrative breeding to meet the global demand for food, fuel and fibre’, Inaugural Lecture, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Genomic selection in plant breeding programs’, Webinar ICRISAT, India.

‘Integration of (Big) Data Driven Plant and Animal Breeding Strategies’, School of Animal Science and Food Engineering University of Sao Paolo, Pirasununga, SP, Brazil.

‘A career in the academic sector’, The British Society of Animal Science – BSAS, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Integration Of Plant and Animal Breeding Strategies’, NIAB EMR, Kent, UK.

Integration of Plant and Animal Breeding Strategies‘, Plenary Speaker, The Plant and Animal Genome Meeting, San Diego, USA.

‘A strategy to exploit surrogate sire technology in livestock breeding programs’, The Plant and Animal Genome Meeting, San Diego, USA.

‘Simulation as a tool to study, evaluate, understand, optimise and create breeding programs’, The Plant and Animal Genome Meeting, San Diego, USA.

‘Sequence Enabled Pig Breeding’, The Plant and Animal Genome Meeting, San Diego, USA.

‘Genomic data in livestock and crops’, The Plant and Animal Genome Meeting, San Diego, USA.

‘Rapid cycling in plant breeding – what are the opportunities and requirements?’, Gates Convening on Rapid Cycling in Plant Breeding, San Diego, USA.

2018

‘Modern breeding programs for global and local economies’, Keystone Symposium on Leveraging Genomic Diversity to Promote Animal and Human Health, Kampala, Uganada.

‘AlphaSimR – software for simulating plant and animal breeding programs’, Excellence In Breeding Annual Meeting, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

‘What are some of the major bottlenecks in existing plant and animal breeding programs?’, Predictive Breeding Workshop, The Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Technology is driving the re-integration of plant and animal breeding to their mutual benefit’, 55thAnnual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Animal Science and 28thBrazilian Congress of Animal Science, Goiania, Brazil.

‘Promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’, 55thAnnual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Animal Science and 28thBrazilian Congress of Animal Science, Goiania, Brazil.

‘Promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

‘Strategies to Exploit Genomic Technology in Plant Breeding Programs’, Workshop on Wheat Genomic Selection, Elves, Portugal.

‘Strategies to Exploit Genomic Technology in Plant Breeding Programs’, International Cotton Genome Initiative Conference, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Big Problems, Big Data – Big Solutions?’, Big Data in Agriculture Symposium, The Roslin Institute, UK.

‘Strategies to Exploit Genomic Technology in Plant Breeding Programs’, Iowa State University, USA.

‘Strategies to Exploit Genomic Technology in Animal and Plant Breeding’, Insights and Impact from the Physics of Animal Health, University of Nottingham, UK.

‘Next generation plant breeding programs’, Pioneer Plant Breeding Symposium, Cornell University, USA.

‘Technology is driving the re-integration of plant and animal breeding to their mutual benefit’, World Congress of Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Auckland, New Zealand.

‘Promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’, Newton workshop on methods and tools to explore genomic data applied to animal breeding, Tepatitlan, Mexico.

‘AlphaSimR – software for simulating plant and animal breeding programs’, Gates Foundation Convening, San Diego, USA.

‘Next generation plant breeding programs’, NCSU Plant Breeding Club, North Carolina State University, USA.

2017

‘Integrating pre-breeding and breeding for plant improvement’, Pioneer Plant Breeding Symposium, Paris, France.

‘Next generation animal breeding programs’, National Institute of Animal Biotechnology, Hyderabad, India.

‘Areas where statistical researchers could influence animal and plant breeding’, European Meeting of Statisticians, Helsinki, Finland.

‘Promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’, European Symposium Poultry Genetics, St Malo, France.

‘Precision genetic services for dogs: a service to dogs and dog owners, a platform for research’, Vet School Away Day, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’, Workshop On Omics Strategies Applied to Livestock Science, Piracicaba, Brazil.

‘Pig breeding with lots of sequence data’, International Congress on Swine Reproduction, Nueva Leon, Mexico.

‘Pig breeding with lots of sequence data’, National Pig Breeders Roundtable, Canterbury, UK.

2016

‘Genome Editing and the Future of Farming’, OECD, Paris, France.

‘Big Data Driven Breeding of Livestock and Crops’, Big Data in Agriculture, Dublin, Ireland.

‘Plant and animal breeding solutions to food security’, EastBio Postgraduate Student Day, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Next generation plant breeding programs’, Genomic selection in wheat workshop, Wageningen, the Netherlands.

‘Promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’,Aarhus Universitet, Foulum, Denmark.

‘Next generation plant and animal breeding’, Illumina, Global Webinar.

‘Next generation plant and animal breeding programs’, 2ndWorkshop on genomic selection in wheat workshop, Rabat, Morocco.

‘Next generation plant and animal breeding programs’, Illumina Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

‘Promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’, European Association of Animal Production Annual Meeting, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

‘Deriving animal breeding benefit from millions of animals with sequence’, Hamar, Norway.

‘Next generation plant and animal breeding programs’, University of Reading, Reading, UK.

‘Deriving breeding benefit from sequences of millions of animals’, International Congress of Quantitative Genetics, Madison, WI, USA.

‘Deriving breeding benefit from sequences of millions of animals’, International meeting of Advances in Animal Science, Ribeirao Preto, Brazil.

‘Deriving breeding benefit from sequences of millions of animals’, National Poultry Breeders Annual Meeting, St Louis, USA.

‘Deriving breeding benefit from sequences of millions of animals’, The Roslin Industry Day, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Deriving breeding benefit from sequences of millions of animals’, The Edinburgh Genomics Conference, Edinburgh,UK.

‘Deriving breeding benefit from sequences of millions of animals’, The Meat Animal Research Centre, USDA, Nebraska, USA.

‘Next generation plant breeding programs’, The James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK.

‘Phasing and imputation in livestock breeding programs’, Wroclaw University of Life Sciences, Poland (webinar).

2015

‘Next generation plant breeding programs’, CGIAR genomic selection workshop, Montpellier, France.

‘Next generation plant breeding programs’, CGIAR/CIRAD genomic selection in rice meeting, CIRAD, Montpellier, France.

‘Next generation plant breeding programs’, ProcGen Meeting, INRA, Orleans, France.

‘Genomic selection 2.0’, 18th National Animal Genetics and Breeding Conference of China, Nanchang, China.

‘Deriving animal breeding benefit from millions of animals with sequence’, British Society of Animal Science Meeting, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Aspects of the optimization of resources in plant breeding programs’, EUCARPIA Biometrics Meeting, Wageningen, the Netherlands.

‘Sequencing millions of animals for genomic selection 2.0’, The Annual Phenotypic Prediction Workshop, The Genetics Institute, University of Florida, USA.

 ‘From Whole Genome to Precision Breeding: Converting Quantitative Traits to Targets for Genome Editing’, The Transgenic Animal Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, USA.

‘Next generation plant and animal breeding’, The Genetics Society Annual Meeting – Breeding for Beer, Bacon, and Biofuels, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Potential of the promotion of alleles by genome editing in livestock breeding programs’, 5th Next Generation Genomics and Integrated Breeding for Crop Improvement, Hyderabad, India.

‘Sequencing millions of animals for genomic selection 2.0.’, Plant and Animal Genome XXIII, San Diego, USA.

2014

‘Sequencing millions of animals for genomic selection 2.0’, Illumina Genomics Workshop, Dublin, Ireland.

‘Next generation plant and animal breeding’, KTN Biosciences Plant Breeding Workshop, Cambridge, UK.

‘Sequencing millions of animals for genomic selection 2.0’, Natural Resources Institute Finland (MTT), Jokioinen, Finland.

‘Sequencing millions of animals for genomic selection 2.0.’, World Congress of Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Vancouver, Canada.

‘Genomic selection 2.0’, Spanish National Animal Breeding Conference, Barcelona, Spain.

‘Next generation breeding’, INRA, Paris,France.

‘The mechanics of genomic selection’, The Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich, UK.

‘Next generation breeding’, 4th Next Generation Genomics and Integrated Breeding for Crop Improvement, Hyderabad, India.

2013

‘Genotype imputation’, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, As, Norway.

‘Genotype imputation’, The MAGIC Workshop, National Institute of Agricultural Botany, Cambridge, UK.

‘Genomic prediction in plant breeding and NGS data’, COST workshop – Genomics in plant breeding, Helsinki, Finland.

‘Genomic selection – additional evidence for the debate’, Annual meeting of the genetics resources program of CIMMYT, Teotihucan, Mexico.

2012

‘Genotype imputation’, Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

‘Genomic selection: Why we use it in plant and animal breeding programs’, Collegio de Postgraduados, Texcoco, Mexico.

‘Genomic selection in plant breeding programs’, 3rd Next Generation and Sequencing Data Analysis, Hyderabad, India.

2011

‘Haplotyping, imputation, and genomic selection’, The Univeristy of Ljubljana, Domzale, Slovenia.

‘Genotype imputation in livestock populations’, INIA, Madrid, Spain.

‘Genotype imputation – costs and accuracy’, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA.

‘Genotype imputation’, Annual meeting of the Global Maize Program of CIMMYT, Hyderabad, India.

‘Long-range phasing for imputation and haplotyping’, Queensland Institute For Medical Research, Brisbane, Australia.

2010

‘Genomic selection: From theory to practice’, CIMMYT, Texcoco, Mexico.

‘The Bayesian Alphabet’, The University of Padova, Padova, Italy.

‘Long-range phasing’, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK.

‘Long-range phasing for imputation and haplotyping’, The Roslin Institute, UK.


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