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- faculteit der gedrags- en bewegingswetenschappen ( biologische psychologie )
- Postdoctoral Researcher
My interests include (human) population genetics and complex trait genetics. The former is inspired especially by the availability of large volumes of measured genetic variants: single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and structural variants (e.g., copy number variants), measured with micro-arrays or next generation sequencing (e.g., Genome of the Netherlands: www.genoomvannederland.nl). These offer unprecedented possibilities to investigate population genetic phenomena, such as geographic genetic gradients, selection pressures, migration, runs of homozygosity, and assortative mating. The latter is inspired by standard family and twin methodology as well as by the possibilities offered by large amounts of measured genetic variants. I like combining data and questions from social sciences and life sciences in order to formulate and answer novel interdisciplinary research questions about human beings and the relationship between their biology, their behavior, and the societies they live in.
Second year Master of Neurosciences course: Statistical Genetics for Gene Finding (2009-2016).
First year Master of Neurosciences course: Behavior Genetics (2014-2016).
Summer School - Genome Wide Data Analysis, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2016).
The International Workshop on Statistical Genetic Methods for Human Complex Traits in Boulder, Colorado, USA (2013-2016) – link to course material.
Statistics workshops at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics (Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA) (2014, 2016).
First year Psychology Bachelor course: Statistics I (2007-2009).
Summercourse for students enrolling for Psychology: Math (2008).
Second year Psychology Bachelor course: Research Methods II (2007).