Dr Mohammad Ferdosi

Research Fellow - Animal Genetics and Breeding Unit (AGBU)

Mohammad Ferdosi

Phone: +61 2 6773 3791

Email: mferdos3@une.edu.au

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, University of New England, Australia

2009 Master of Genetics and Animal Breeding, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran

2006 Bachelor of Animal Science, Shahid Bahonar  University of Kerman, Iran

Research Interests

Mohammad is working on the development of new algorithms for analyzing the genome structure.

Publications

Abshenas, J; Derakhshanfar, A; Ferdosi, M H and Hasanzadeh, S (2012).  "Protective effect of kombucha tea against acetaminophen-induced  hepatotoxicity in mice: A biochemical and histopathological study." Comparative  Clinical Pathology 21 (6):1243-1248.

Ferdosi, M H and Boerner, V (2014). "A fast method for evaluating opposing homozygosity in large SNP  data sets." Livestock Science 166 (1):  35-37.

Ferdosi, M H; Kinghorn, B P; van ver Werf, J H J and Gondro, C (2014).  "Detection of recombination events, haplotype reconstruction and imputation  of sires using half-sib SNP genotypes." Genetics Selection Evolution 46 (1).

Ferdosi, M H; Kinghorn, B P; van ver Werf, J H J; Lee, S H and Gondro, C (2014).  "hsphase: An R package for pedigree reconstruction, detection of  recombination events, phasing and imputation of half-sib family groups." BMC  Bioinformatics 15(1).

Strucken, E M; Gudex, B; Ferdosi, M H; Lee, H K; Song, K D; Gibson, J P; Kelly, M; Piper, E K; Porto-Neto, L R; Lee, S H and Gondro, C (2014).  "Performance of different SNP panels for parentage testing in two East  Asian cattle breeds." Anim Genet 45(4): 572-575.