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Home | News | PhD position at the genoeconomics group at Vrije Universiteit
News | April 20, 2020

PhD position at the genoeconomics group at Vrije Universiteit

Philipp Koellinger and Richard Karlsson are looking for a PhD candidate.

 

PhD position at the genoeconomics group at Vrije Universiteit

The genoeconomics group at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is seeking a PhD student. 

Genoeconomics investigates how genes influence economic behavior and how insights into the genetic architecture of behavioral outcomes can inform social and medical research. The project will be supervised by Philipp Koellinger and Richard Karlsson Linner

Koellinger has published in journals such as Science, PNAS, and Psychological Science, applying genome-wide data analysis to study social-scientific and medical outcomes. Karlsson Linner defended his PhD thesis at Vrije Universiteit in 2019 (supervised by Philipp Koellinger). 

Starting date: September 2020 or 2021. Please contact Philipp Koellinger for more information.