Bioinformatics, high-throughput data analysis, functional genomics, development of genomic tools and databases, study of genetic variants
Ph.D., Animal Science, São Paulo State University, Brazil, 2009
Postdoctoral Fellow, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK, 2011 (identification of genetic variants in poultry; development of first commercial SNP chip for chickens) Researcher, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2013 (identification of genetic variants and selection signature regions in chickens) Postdoctoral Fellow, Noble Research Institute, Ardmore, OK, 2016 (identification of small secreted peptides in legumes; development of genomic database of small proteins in plants)
Clarissa Boschiero is a Research Biologist Computational (Research Associate) in the Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory, ARS, USDA, in Beltsville, MD. She has experience with animal and plant genomics research, and her scientific focus areas include bioinformatics, high-throughput data analysis, functional genomics, development of genomic tools and databases, and study of genetic variants.Her main research priority is to generate innovative discoveries from the interpretation of genomics data and make multiomics data accessible to researchers using bioinformatics tools and thus to improve the productivity and sustainability of animal production and agriculture.
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Towards the detection of copy number variation from single sperm sequencing in cattle-(Peer Reviewed Journal) Yang, L., Gao, Y., Oswalt, A., Fang, L., Boschiero, C., Neupane, M., Sattler, C.G., Seroussi, E., Xu, L., Li, C., Li, L., Zhang, H., Rosen, B.D., Van Tassell, C.P., Ma, L., Liu, G. 2022. Towards the detection of copy number variation from single sperm sequencing in cattle. BMC Genomics. 23(1):215. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12864-022-08441-8.