Lillian Bacheller has served as Senior Applications Developer at CDCB since June 2019, after working as an Information Technology Specialist at USDA/ARS/AGIL for 42 years. Lillian earned her Computer Science degree from University of Maryland, College Park. While at USDA, Lillian developed code in IBM 370 Assembler, Fortran, and C. She served 30 years as a Database Administrator and Systems Administrator of numerous servers. She developed and maintained both the phenotypic and genomic editing systems. Lillian was honored with NDHIA Outstanding Service Award in 2010 and USDA-ARS Superior Effort Technology Transfer Award in 2000 (photo).
Projects & Publications
Constructed ID's: Eliminating Pedigree Dead Ends
Knowing an animal’s ancestry several generations back is certainly the goal for breeders; however, there are instances where animals have a gap in their pedigree. To fill in more pedigree gaps, CDCB is implementing a new solution starting in February 2023.