Jon Krohn, Cajoler of Datums

My expertise is the development and application of statistical techniques to the quantitative analysis of large, high-dimensional data sets. The results of my academic analyses in the fields of genetics and neuroscience have contributed to a better understanding of a wide range of natural phenomena, including multiple sclerosis, cholesterol levels, body shape, nausea, fear, sleep, visual perception, gene expression, and the interaction of genetics with life experience.

A summary of my research is available on my Oxford University research webpage. I enjoy presenting my findings to technical and lay audiences alike, and have been recognised for my talks at international events. My doctoral dissertation, on statistical techniques for uncovering the genetic basis of behaviour, is available via the Oxford University Research Archive


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