Tim Osburg

Research Fellow (Medical Biometry)


Comparison of standard and robust regularized regression methods for prediction of molecular phenotypes, in particular circulating proteins and noncoding RNAs

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Statistical Genetics

Medical/Professional background

since 2022

PhD Student
Institute of Medical Biometry
Heidelberg University

2018 – 2021

M.Sc. Computional Life Science – Genetic Statistics
Master thesis: Genome-wide association study of Alzheimer’s brain imaging biomarker in EMIF-AD MBD Study
University of Lübeck, Germany

2015 – 2018

B.Sc. Computional Life Science
University of Lübeck, Germany