Dan Gianola

Professor
Breeding
440 Animal Sciences
608.265.2054

Professor Gianola teaches advanced linear and nonlinear models, statistical genetics and Bayesian methods in animal breeding. He also conducts research in theory of quantitative genetics, statistical genetics and international aspects of animal breeding. His species of interest include dairy and beef cattle, swine and sheep. He holds joint appointments in the Department of Animal Sciences and in the Department of Biostatistics.