Guillermo Giovambattista
Universidad Nacional De La Plata
La Plata, Argentina

Term of service (Multiple, 2021-2023)

Guillermo Giovambattista has a PhD in natural science from the National University of La Plata, Argentina. Giovambattista is chair of the ISAG AnimaI Forensic Genetics and a member of the ISAG Equine Genetics and Thoroughbred Parentage Testing Committee. He is currently a professor of genetics and animal forensic genetics at the National University of La Plata, Argentina.

Torsten Brendel
Eurofins Genomics Europe Applied Genomics GmbH
Bockhorn, Germany

Term of service (3rd, 2019-2023)

Leslie Lyons
University of Missouri - Columbia, College of Veterinary Medicine
Columbia, MO United States

Term of service (1st, 2021-2025)

Gilbreath-McLorn Endowed Professor of Comparative Medicine, Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri

Educated in human genetics at the University of Pittsburgh, Lyons’ career has focused on the genetics of domestic cats. Her laboratory studies include inherited disease and population dynamics of cats. She introduced the domestic cat to ISAG for inclusion in the comparison testing and genomics workshops.

Rosina Fossati
Montevideo, Uruguay

Term of Service (1st, 2021-2025)

Rosina Fossati is co-founder of Genexa. Genexa is a molecular genetics service provider laboratory in Uruguay, South America. The company works in 3 main sectors: animal, vegetal, and food industry. She is a biologist and holds a postgraduate certificate from UC Davis in animal science.

Sree Kanthaswamy
Arizona State University
Glendale, AZ United States

Term of Service (1st, 2021-2025)

Denise Oliveira
Lab Genetica, Esc.Veterinaria Univ.Federal Minas Gerais
Belo Horizonte-MG, Brazil

Term of service (3rd, 2019-2023)

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