indigenous breeds

Staff

Edward Okoth

Edward Okoth

Senior Scientist - Epidemiologist

Olivier Hubert E Hanotte

Olivier Hubert E Hanotte

Principal Scientist

Samuel O. Oyola

Samuel O. Oyola

Senior Scientist: Molecular Biologist and Head of Genomics

Vish Nene

Vish Nene

ILRI Emeritus Fellow

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