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Between positive impact and negative consequences, the complex effects of inbreeing on the reproduction of the rainbow trout

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INRAE - Internship applications are now being received.

Internship applications for students doing a Master 2 or in their final year of engineering school are now being received.

GABI is a founding member of Sciences Animales Paris Saclay. They have several interships available in the Animal Sciences for Master 2 or...
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Joint INRA-AgroParisTech unit

Understanding and exploiting genetic variability for efficient and sustainable breeding

The scientific interests of GABI aim at understanding and exploiting animal genetic variability to analyze the construction of phenotypes, the interactions with microbial ecosystems and more broadly with the environment, within the context of the agroecological transition.

This joint INRA-AgroParisTech unit is made up of more than 170-180 scientists, professors, engineers, technicians and students from both organisations and other technical and professional organisations and notably IDELE, ALLICE, IFCE, ENVA and University of Paris.

Fiels of Competencies

Quantitative, molecular and population genetics; functional genomics; biostatistics; bioinformatics; fundamental biology; experimentation on model and farm animals; mouse transgenesis; immunophenotyping; analysis of microbiomes and their metagenomes; integrative approaches for data analyses at all levels and scales.

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GABI is a founding member of Science & Animals Paris Saclay

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