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Chris Creevey

  • M.Sc. Ph.D.
  • Reader in Rumen System Biology
  • Aberystywth University
  • 0ReadersNumber of instances of Chris's publications in Mendeley libraries. Updated daily.
  • 44PublicationsNumber of items in Chris's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

Genome-wide association studies Transcriptomics Comparative genomics Metagenomics Adaptive evolutionPhylogeneticsComputational Biology

Followers (10)

  • Rohan Chaubal

    Rohan Chaubal

  • ASHOK KUMAR DWIVEDI

    ASHOK KUMAR DWIVEDIMaulana Azad National Institute of Technology

  • Thomas Hitch

    Thomas Hitch

  • Francesco Rubino

    Francesco RubinoUniversity of Queensland School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences

  • Karol Quinn

    Karol QuinnScouting Ireland

  • Niall Haslam

    Niall HaslamUniversity College Dublin

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Following (8)

  • Thomas Hitch

    Thomas Hitch

  • Francesco Rubino

    Francesco RubinoUniversity of Queensland School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences

  • Karol Quinn

    Karol QuinnScouting Ireland

  • Niall Haslam

    Niall HaslamUniversity College Dublin

  • Anthony Dorann

    Anthony Dorann

  • Karen Siu Ting

    Karen Siu TingUniversity of Wales Aberystwyth Institute of Biological Environmental and Rural Sciences

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Publications (5)

  • Divergent functional isoforms drive niche specialisation for nutrient acquisition and use in rumen microbiome

    • Rubino F
    • Carberry C
    • M Waters S
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  • Temporal dynamics of the metabolically active rumen bacteria colonising fresh perennial ryegrass

    • Huws S
    • Edwards J
    • Creevey C
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  • Diversity and Community Composition of Methanogenic Archaea in the Rumen of Scottish Upland Sheep Assessed by Different Methods.

    • Snelling T
    • Genç B
    • McKain N
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  • Whole genome association study identifies regions of the bovine genome and biological pathways involved in carcass trait performance in Holstein-Friesian cattle

    • Doran A
    • Berry D
    • Creevey C
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  • Whole genome association study identifies regions of the bovine genome and biological pathways involved in carcass trait performance in Holstein-Friesian cattle.

    • Doran A
    • Berry D
    • Creevey C
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Professional experience

Reader in Rumen System Biology

Aberystywth University

July 2013 - Present

SFI Stokes Lecturer

Teagasc

January 2009 - July 2013(5 years)