Postdoc with Dr. Jack Dekkers
Iowa State University
229 Kildee Hall
Ames, IA 50011
Doctor of Philosophy, Iowa State University: 2006
Master of Rural Science, University of New England - Armidale, Australia: 2000
Master of Science, Kasetsart University - Bangkok, Thailand: 1993
Bachelor of Science, Kasetsart University - Bangkok, Thailand: 1990
2008: Endeavour Research Fellowship, Australia
2004: Ned S. and Esther Raun Graduate Scholarship (International agriculture ecosystems development and management)
Genomic selection for livestock: develop statistical models for high-density SNP data.
Professional Affiliations and Committees
Animal Husbandry Association of Thailand
Piyasatian N., R.L. Fernando and J.C.M. Dekkers. 2012. QTL detection and marker-assisted composite line development. Livestock Science, 143(2-3): 233-241.
Piyasatian N., Habier D., Kranis A., Watson K.A., Avendano S., Fernando R.L., Dekkers J.C.M. 2010. Genomic Selection Using Evenly Spaced Low-Density SNPs. In Proceedings of the 9th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Leipzig, Germany, August 1-6, 2010, (ID512).
Piyasatian N., R.L. Fernando and J.C.M. Dekkers. 2009. Models for marker-assisted genetic evaluation with multiple QTL in a crossbred population. Livestock Science, 125(2-3): 141-148.
Piyasatian N., R.L. Fernando and J.C.M. Dekkers. 2008. Introgressing multiple QTL in breeding programs of limited size. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics, 125(1): 50-56.
Piyasatian N., R.L. Fernando and J.C.M. Dekkers. 2007. Genomic selection for marker-assisted improvement in line crosses. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 115(5): 665 - 674.
Piyasatian N., R.L. Fernando and J.C.M. Dekkers. 2006. Genomic selection for composite line development using low density marker maps. In Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, August 13-18, 2006, CD-ROM communication n° 22-65.
Piyasatian N. and B.P. Kinghorn. 2003. Balancing genetic diversity, genetic merit and population viability in conservation programs. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics, 120(3): 137-149.
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