Dr. Juliane Friedrich

Core Scientist (Research Fellow)


I studied Agriculture and Animal Breeding at the University of Rostock, Germany and completed my PhD on the genetic background of cattle temperament and the interaction with milk performance at the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology, Dummerstorf.

As a research fellow at the Roslin Institute, I perform various quantitative and population genetics analyses to (I) investigate the genetic backround of behaviour and diseases in popular dog breeds and (II) gain insights into the genetic admixture and selection in response to environmental adaptation in livestock species.


2016: Doctor agriculture, Department of Animal Breeding, University of Rostock; Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology

2011: Master of Science in Animal Breeding/Biotechnology, University of Rostock

2009: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, University of Rostock

Responsibilities & affiliations


Since 2020: Member of Roslin Internal Seminar organising committee

Since 2021: Member of Computational Genomics Discussion Group organising committee

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