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CENTER FOR QUANTITATIVE GENETICS AND GENOMICS

Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics (QGG) is an international research center with more than 70 employees and visitors from more than 20 nations world wide.

AT QGG we do basic and applied research within quantitative genetics and genomics. We particularly work with the development of statistical models to be used in animal and plant breeding, studies of the genetic basis for different traits and diseases, and management of genetic resources. Our main focus is animals and plants, but we are increasingly working with human genetics and model organisms. Our research is characterised by a very close collaboration with researchers and industry partners all over the world.

In the menu to the left and below, you can read more about who we are what we do, and which species we work with.

If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact us.

News

2017.09.22 | News for employees

New Msc. student at QGG: Trine Andersen

Trine's supervisor is Pernille Sarup. Trine's office is in room 3063.

2017.09.18 | News for employees

New department secretary - portrait

Meet Birgit Aagaard Fisker, new MBG secretary in Foulum

Events

Wed 15 Nov
08:00-16:00 | Hotel- og Konferencecenter Legoland i Billund
5th Annual GenSAP meeting
On 15 and 16 november, the annual meeting of the Center for Genomic Selection in Animals and Plants will take place at the Legoland Hotel and Conference Center in Billund.
Fri 24 Nov
10:00-11:00 | NJ Fjords Palæ, Foulum
QGG meeting
QGG's internal staff meeting
Fri 15 Dec
10:00-11:00 | NJ Fjords Palæ, Foulum
QGG meeting
QGG's internal staff meeting
Sat 13 Jan
08:00-16:00 | San Diego, CA (USA)
XXVI Plant and Animal Genome meeting, San Diego, CA
Sun 11 Feb
08:00-16:00 | Auckland, New Zealand
WCGALP - The World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production
The congress is the premier conference for researchers and professionals involved in genetic improvement of livestock. Delegates from around the world gather every four years to attend the scientific program and to network with colleagues.