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Personal Information
College Photo Name Bradley, Daniel Gerard Mary
Main Department Genetics
College Title Professor
E-mail daniel.bradley@tcd.ie
College Tel +353 1 896 1088/1265
Web http://people.tcd.ie/dbradley
 
Representations
Details Date
Member of a Wellcome Trust Panel responsible for the disbursement of research funds in Bioarchaeology
Appointed to Editorial Board of the international journal, Animal Genetics
Five times juror in the European Contest for Young Scientists
Member of the Royal Irish Academy Advisory Committee on Genetic Anthropology
Served as an expert consultant on genetic distance and biodiversity to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
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Membership of Professional Institutions, Associations, Societies
Details Date From Date To
Member of International Society of Animal Genetics
former President of Irish Society of Human Genetics
 
Awards and Honours
Award Date
TCD Fellowship 2000
CGIAR award for outstanding scientific article 2003
Member of the Royal Irish Academy 2009
 
Description of Research Interests
I have active research in: detection of signatures of selection in human, bovine, salmon and chicken genomes; Irish human population structure; Y chromosome diversity and Irish medeival genealogies; ancient DNA; origins of livestock as discerned using genetic diversity; genetic basis of disease resistance in West African cattle; haplotype decay and the age of cattle hybrid zones; detection of recombination in mitochondrial genomes.
 
Research Interests
ADMIXTURE ANIMAL DOMESTICATION Ancient DNA analysis and origins of Irish mammals Archaeozoological genetics and the origins of cattle pastoralism
BOVINE EVOLUTION BREED RELATIONSHIPS CATTLE CATTLE BOS-TAURUS
CONTROL REGION DNA-SEQUENCE DOMESTICATION Detection of recombination in mammalian mtDNA
EQUUS CABALLUS EUKARYOTIC GENOMES EUROPEAN CATTLE EUROPEAN POPULATIONS
EVOLUTION FAMILY FARMED GENE
GENETIC CONSERVATION GENETIC DIVERSITY GENETIC VARIATION HORSE
HUMAN DNA INTROGRESSION LINKAGE ANALYSIS LINKAGE GROUP
LOCALIZATION LOCI MAP MICROSATELLITE
MITOCHONDRIAL MITOCHONDRIAL DNA MTDNA MUTATION
MYOTONIC-DYSTROPHY GENE ORIGIN ORIGINS PIGS
POLYMORPHISMS PREVALENCE Population genetic signatures of selection in cattle and other domesticates Population genetics, selection, structure and origins in Irish human populations
RELEASE RYANODINE RECEPTOR GENE SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM SEQUENCE
SHEEP Y chromosome diverisity and the genetic architecture of Irish surnames
 
Publications and Other Research Outputs
Peer Reviewed
Moore LT, McEvoy B, Cape E, Simms K, Bradley DG., A Y-chromosome signature of hegemony in gaelic Ireland., American Journal of Human Genetics, 78, 2006, p334 - 338
Lister AM, Edwards CJ, Nock DA, Bunce M, van Pijlen IA, Bradley DG, Thomas MG, Barnes I., The phylogenetic position of the 'giant deer' Megaloceros giganteus., Nature, 438, 2005, p850 - 853
HANOTTE, O, AFRICAN PASTORALISM: GENETIC IMPRINTS OF ORIGINS AND MIGRATIONS, SCIENCE, 296, 2002, p336 - 339
C. S. Troy, D. E. MacHugh, J. F. Bailey, D. A. Magee, R. T. Loftus, P. Cunningham, A. T. Chamberlain, B. C. Sykes and D. G. Bradley, Genetic evidence for Near-Eastern origins of European cattle, Nature, 410, (6832), 2001, p1088-91
E. W. Hill, M. A. Jobling and D. G. Bradley, Y-chromosome variation and Irish origins, Nature, 404, (6776), 2000, p351-2
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