Susan Lamont was among the first to hear the announcement that the chicken would be the first farm animal species to have its genome sequenced. She thought: "Yes!" Lamont, a Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor in animal science, is a leading expert in poultry immunology and molecular genetics. She knew the power of genomics tools that allow analysis of vast numbers of genes would take her research to a whole new level. Especially when combined with ISU's unique poultry resources.
"Genomics Tools Lead To Healthier, More Resilient Chickens,"
STORIES in Agriculture and Life Sciences: Vol. 4
, Article 19.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/stories/vol4/iss1/19