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Functional Annotation of ANimal Genomes (FAANG) Project
— A coordinated international action to accelerate Genome to Phenome

Supporters

  1. Atinuke Akinyemi, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
  2. Michael Bishop, Illumina, Inc.
  3. André Eggen, Illumina Inc.
  4. Damarius Fleming, NADC-USDA, TAMU
  5. Lavinia Gordon, Australian Genome Research Facility
  6. Yann GUIGUEN, INRA
  7. John Hancock, TGAC
  8. Christopher Hunter, GigaScience Database
  9. Demilade Ibiwoye, Iqra college, ilorin
  10. Matt Koci, NC State
  11. Anne-Sophie Lequarré, European Commission DG-JRC
  12. Shaye Lewis, Prairie View A&M University
  13. Bastien Llamas, The University of Adelaide
  14. James MacLeod, University of Kentucky Gluck Equine Research Center
  15. Raluca Mateescu, University of Florida
  16. Lakshmi Matukumalli, Animal Breeding, Genetics and Genomics U.S. Department of Agriculture
  17. William Muir, Purdue University
  18. Muhammad Munir, The Pirbright Institute
  19. C�line Noirot, INRA
  20. Barbara Nowak, IMAS University of Tasmania
  21. Ozge Ozmen, Ankara university
  22. MarilouRamos Pamplona, Unit of Animal Genomics, GIGA-R, University of Liege
  23. Hee-Bok Park, Chungnam National University
  24. Coralie Reich, Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources
  25. Caird Rexroad, Agricultural Research Service cGRASP
  26. Douglas Rhoads, Department of Biological Sciences Graduate Program in Cell and Molecular Biology
  27. Rachael Ritchie, Genome BC
  28. Max Rothschild, Iowa State University
  29. Borhan Shokrollahi, Department of Animal Science, Sanandaj branch, Islamic Azad University
  30. Thomas Spencer, University of Missouri
  31. Marimuthu Swaminathan, BAIF Development Research Foundation
  32. Dawn Turnbull, BBSRC
  33. Rex Walters, Livestock Genetics Ltd
  34. Eric Young, Southern Association of Agricultural Experiment Station Directors and NRSP 8, Animal Genome Project
  35. Zhu Zhuo, University of Delaware
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