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camelia minica

Camelia Minica is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Biological Psychology and the Netherlands Twin Register. She specialized in Psychological Research Methods (major) and Brain and Cognition (minor) at the University of Amsterdam (Research Master Psychology). For the PhD degree (earned at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) she worked on refining methods for efficient analysis of clustered/family data in genome-wide association studies, with applications to addiction phenotypes. Currently, her research focuses on developing new methods for testing causal hypotheses using genetic instruments in epidemiological studies.

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