Sabine K. Schnabel
Sabine K. Schnabel is currently a post-doctoral researcher at Biometris, the Statistics and Mathematics department of Wageningen University and Research Centre in the Netherlands. She is working in the area of statistical genetics, modeling phenotypic data and analyzing agricultural field trials. In 2011 she defended her Ph.D. thesis entitled "Expectile smoothing: new perspectives on asymmetric least squares. An application to life expectancy." at Utrecht University (under supervision of P. van der Heijden and P. Eilers from Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam). Her dissertation was based on research carried out at the MPIDR in the Laboratory of Survival and Longevity (J. Vaupel) and the Laboratory of Statistical Demography (J. Gampe).
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Biometris, Wageningen University