Bristol Meeting (October, 2019)


October 10 - 11, 2019




Second meeting in Bristol.

Day 1: * Prof. Thalia Eley, King’s College London * “Gene-environment interaction in anxiety and depression research” * Prof. Hans van Kippersluis, Erasmus School of Economics * “Beyond Barker: The role of gene-environment interactions” * Samuel Baker, University of Bristol * “Creating early life statistics for use in the UK Biobank” * Dr. Abdel Abdellaoui, Amsterdam Medical Center * “Genetic correlates of social stratification in Great Britain” * Dr. Neil Davies, University of Bristol * “Within family methods for Mendelian randomisation” * Dilnoza Muslimova, Erasmus School of Economics * “Genes, birth rank, and later life outcomes” * Flash talks * Sjoerd van Alten (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), * Rita Dias Pereira (Erasmus School of Economics), * Eric Slob (Erasmus School of Economics), * Dr. Andries Marees (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Day 2:

  • Presentation of preliminary reseach ideas by Niels, Dilnoza, Pietro, Rita, Fleur, and Hans
  • Brainstorm
  • Wrap-up and list of to-do

List of attendants

  • Abdel Abdellaoui (Amsterdam Medical Center, Professor)
  • Thalia Eley (King’s College London, Professor)
  • Neil Davies (University of Bristol, Senior Research Fellow)
  • Adele Wang (Bristol, Postdoctoral researcher)
  • Dilnoza Muslimova (Rotterdam, PhD student)
  • Eric Slob (Rotterdam, PhD student)
  • Fleur Meddens (Rotterdam, Postdoctoral researcher)
  • Frank Windmeijer (Bristol, Professor)
  • Hans van Kippersluis (Rotterdam, Associate professor)
  • Niels Rietveld (Rotterdam, Associate professor)
  • Pietro Biroli (Zurich, Assistant professor)
  • Rita Pereira (Rotterdam, PhD student)
  • Samuel Baker (Bristol, PhD student)
  • Stephanie von Hinke (Bristol, Associate professor)
  • Teresa Bago d’Uva (Rotterdam, Associate professor)
  • Jeremy Vollen (Zurich, Research Assistant)
  • Titus Galama (University of Southern California CESR, Senior Economist)
  • Sjoerd van Alten (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, PhD student)
  • Andries Marees (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Post doc)