Mathematical and Statistical Methods Group


Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Secretariat Strategies to combine data blocks in system biology
Secretariat Statistical modelling of genetic and physiological processes underlying GxE in wheat
Secretariat Concepts, methods and tools for sensitivity analysis and validation of
Secretariat Combining phenotypic, genotypic, and environmental data to optimize the use of genebank holdings
Secretariat Complexity and stability of food webs: the role of nutritional quality and infectious disease agents
Secretariat Measurement error in food intake
Secretariat Statistical modelling of behaviour and behavioural responses to psycho-pharmaca of rodent strains and rodent models of psychiatric and neurological diseases
Secretariat Nano risk assessment: a statistical approach
Secretariat Modelling an ecological network of plant-insect dynamics in the context of volatile plant metabolite profiles
Secretariat Linking microbial diversity to the functioning of soil food webs
Secretariat Finding the holy grail in production ecology: a systems biology approach to understand how plants may combine fast growth with effective defence agains belowground enemies
Secretariat Land-use effects on soil food webs en ecosystem functions
Secretariat Regulatonary network reconstruction.
Secretariat Machine learning methods for the automated behavioral phenotyping of animal models for Parkinson's and Huntington's disease.
Secretariat Food webs and ecosystem services during soil transformations.
Secretariat Land use effects on soil food webs and ecosystem functioning.
Secretariat Effects of environmental changes on soil food webs and related ecosystem services.
Secretariat An eco-physiological - statistical framework for the analysis of GxEand GTLxE as occuring in abiotic stress trials, with applications to the CIMMYT drought stress programs in tropical maize and bread
Secretariat Design and analysis of marker trait associations studies with special attention for genetically challenging crops.

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