PhD candidate Eric Slob has been awarded the 2nd place during the poster presentations of the Mendelian Randomization Conference in Bristol. The conference is meant for professionals interested in aetiological epidemiology and causality in population health and clinical medicine.
Eric Slob is affiliated with the Erasmus University Rotterdam Insitute for Behavior and Biology and a PhD candidate at the Erasmus Research Institute of Management. His research focusses on genoeconomics. In the field of genoeconomics, research about molecular genetics and economics are combined.