Thomas R. Famula

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Professor of Animal Science


Animal Science

Offices and Labs

2239 Meyer Hall


1981 MS Cornell University
1981 PhD Cornell University
1977 BS University of Delaware


Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award, 1999
Distinguished Teaching Award, American Society of Animal Science 1999

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Integrated Genetics and Genomics

Specialties / Focus

Integrated Genetics and Genomics
  • Animal Genomics


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  • Famula, T.R. and Oberbauer, A.M. 2000. Segregation analysis of epilepsy in the Belgian tervuren dog. The Veterinary Record. 147:218-221. Famula, T.R., Oberbauer, A.M. and Williams, D.C. 2000. Gender effects in hearing loss in Dalmatians. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 48:15-24. Carroll, S.P., Dingle, H., Famula, T.R. and Fox, C.W. 2001. Genetic architecture of adaptive differentiation in evolving host races of the soapberry bug, Jadera haematoloma. Genetica. 112-113:257-272. Oberbauer, A.M., Bennemann, K.S., Belanger, J.M., Wagner, D.R. Ward, J.H. and Famula, T.R. 2002. Inheritance of hypoadrenocorticism in bearded collies. American Journal of Veterinary Research 63:643-647. Famula, T.R., Siemens, L.M., Davidson, A.P., and Packard, M. 2002. Evaluation of the genetic basis of tricuspid valve dysplasia in Labrador Retrievers. American Journal of Veterinary Research 63:816-820.