Hailin Su is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University, USA. Immediately after he got Ph.D. degree on Genetics from Ocean University of China in 2013, he joined the Animal Breeding and Genetics group in Iowa State University. His research projects are focused on the design, enhancement and implementation of genomic evaluation programs for the genetic improvement of animal populations. These include aspects of genome-wide association study (GWAS) and genomic prediction based on single-markers, DNA sequence information and haplotypes; imputation and phasing of genomic data from genotyping panels of varying density; and genetic parameter/variance component estimations. He has been applying genomic selection technology into genetic evaluation programs of several US beef cattle breeds for American Hereford Association and American Simmental Association through collaboration with National Beef Cattle Evaluation Consortium (NBCEC) of United States.
Hailin Su research interests includes Animal Breeding and Genetics.