Dr. Larry Schaeffer, a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Animal Biosciences, will present the CGIL Seminar on Friday, February 2nd. The seminar will begin at 1:15 pm in room 141 of the Animal Science & Nutrition building. The title of Dr. Schaeffer's presentation is: "Everything you wanted to know about the animal model, but were afraid to ask ".
Dr. Schaeffer completed his undergraduate degree at Purdue University and M.Sc. and Ph.D. at Cornell University. Dr. Schaeffer came to Guelph in 1973, joined the faculty in 1975 and has been retired since 2011. He supervised 34 graduate students and served on over 60 graduate committees. Dr. Schaeffer has published over 170 papers and given over 200 presentations at conferences. He has presented international courses in Norway, Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Switzerland, US, Spain, Brazil, and Australia. As well as being responsible for 1) iteration on data strategy for solving mixed model equations, 2)random regression models, and 3) MACE international sire comparisons. He thanks the Canadian dairy industry, NSERC, and grad students, postdocs, and visitors for research support over 40 years and is thankful to the department for letting him keep his office and to work on sheep, swine, and Atlantic salmon data problems.
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