Leif Andersson, 2008-05-08
Scope and Contents
In this interview Leif Andersson discusses the following:
LIFE IN SCIENCE:
Advice to Young Scientists,
Becoming a Scientist,
GENOME RESEARCH: Dangers of Genomic Research, Funding Genomic Research, Animal Rights, Disease Resistance, Domestic Animals as Model Organisms, Functional Genomics, Personal Genome Sequencing
- Creation: 2008-05-08
- Andersson, Leif C. (Interviewee, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
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Biographical / Historical
Leif Andersson is a professor in Functional Genomics at Uppsala University and guest professor in Molecular Animal Genetics at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala.
His research group did pioneering work using domestic animals for genetic dissection of monogenic and multifactorial traits. Main research project includes genetic analysis of divergent intercrosses in chicken, horses and pigs. Andersson's group describe the genes and mutations affecting a certain trait and study the mechanism of the genes and regulatory elements affected by the mutations.
1 Cassettes (Camcorder footage) : MiniDV - CSHL1006
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English