Researcher in Statistical Genetics



Bertrand Servin is a researcher in statistical genetics at the GenPhySE INRAE Lab. His research interests include population genetics, quantitative genetics and genomics. He develops new methods for the analysis of large scale genetic data with a particular interest in understanding the evolution of livestock species.

  • Statistics
  • Genetics
  • Evolution
  • Python programming
  • PhD in Genetics, 2003

    Université Paris-Sud

  • MSc in Agronomy and Plant Breeding, 2000



Senior Researcher
Jan 2021 – Present Toulouse, France

Leader of the Dynagen Research group

  • Modelling
  • Analysis of large scale genetic data
  • Software development
Research Associate
Sep 2006 – Dec 2020 Toulouse, France
Post-doctoral Fellow
University of Washington
Feb 2004 – Aug 2006 Seattle, WA, USA
Developped statistical methods for genome-wide association studies based on genotype imputation

Recent Publications

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(2021). Evolution of recombination landscapes in diverging populations of bread wheat.. bioRxiv.

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(2018). Genome-wide SNP profiling of worldwide goat populations reveals strong partitioning of diversity and highlights post-domestication migration routes.. Genet Sel Evol.

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(2018). Signatures of selection and environmental adaptation across the goat genome post-domestication.. Genet Sel Evol.

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(2018). Meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies for cattle stature identifies common genes that regulate body size in mammals.. Nat Genet.

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