Inke is a biostatistician and genetic epidemiologist by training. After studying psychology and training in biometry, she has been professor at Lübeck University, Germany, since 2010. She has authored and co-authored more than 200 peer-reviewed articles in all major medical, genetical and biostatistical journals. As a lecturer in biomathematics, behavioral genetics, clinical epidemiology, genetic epidemiology, and evidence based medicine, Inke has 15 years of teaching experience. Her primary research focus is in genetic epidemiology and prognostic modelling.
Writing course experience: Inke has been a licensed trainer since 2013.
Writing courses offered: Writing a scientific paper – and getting it published. One day version.
Availability: Europe with a focus on Germany
Qualifications: Diploma in Psychology (1998), Doctoral degree in Human Biology (2002), Habilitation (2008).
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