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Ensuring the future viability of biometry

The University of Wollongong and CSIRO have appointed Brian Cullis to the position of Professor of Biometry. Cullis’ research and collaborative work focus on the development and use of statistical methods for primary industries. In particular, he has (jointly) developed methods and algorithms for fitting linear mixed models to large crop improvement data-sets and continues to explore statistical solutions to emerging technologies in plant breeding such as identification of marker-trait associations in complex populations and enhanced modelling of genotype by environment interactions using extended factor analytic models.

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