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2011 Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland, Australia
Thesis: Identification of Properties that Affect in vitro Virus-Like Particle Assembly
2005 Bachelor of Science (Honours I)(Computational Biology/Biochemistry), The University of Queensland, Australia
Natalie is a computational biologist beginning a career in animal genetics.
Key research includes upgrading the cattle Poll/Horn test, resulting in improved representation of uncertainty
(for both haplotype and genotype probabilities), and providing results for animals with uncertain haplotypes.
Natalie is also involved in developing programs for estimating individual genetic contributions and QA for genomic data.