Dr Roy Costilla, is an early career statistician and computational scientist. His research is focused on statistical genetics and Bayesian models and its applications to animal and human genetics. He has published several articles in genetics, including cross-species analyses of temperament in humans and cattle. He is currently working on genomic selection models for milk yield and fertility traits in cattle in India and Australia.

Researcher biography

I am an early career statistician and computational scientist. My research is focused on statistical genetics and Bayesian models and its applications to animal and human genetics. I also have published several articles in genetics, including cross-species analyses of temperament in humans and cattle. Currently, I am working on genomic selection models for milk yield and fertility traits in dairy cattle in India and Australia.

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