Wen Huang

Wen Huang

huangw53@msu.edu
Telephone: 517-353-9136

Department of Animal Science

Assistant Professor
1205F Anthony Hall

Area of Expertise:

Animal Genetics and Genomics


Degree:

BS (biology), University of Science and Technology of China
MS (biochemistry), Case Western Reserve University
MS (biometry), University of Wisconsin-Madison
PhD (dairy science), University of Wisconsin-Madison
Postdoctoral Research, North Carolina State University


Affiliations

Genetics Graduate Program, Michigan State University

Research

Animal Breeding, Statistical Genetics & Molecular GeneticsFunctional Genomics & Bioinformatics

Laboratory: Quantitative Genetics and Genomics 

Website: Wen Huang Laboratory

We are a lab of quantitative genetics and genomics, primarily in livestock animals. We seek to understand why some cows produce more milk than others, or why some people are more prone to certain diseases than others, and questions of that nature. By doing that, we hope to be able to understand the biological processes underlying complex quantitative trait variation and eventually breed better animals. We tackle these questions using a variety of approaches, including genetics, genomics, statistics, and bioinformatics.

Publications

NCBI Bibliography

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