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Felix Tropf

Felix Tropf

Associate Professor // Sociology

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Felix is a sociologist holding the positions of Associate Professor in Sociology at Purdue University and in Population Data Science at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, University College London. He is Associate Member of Nuffield College in Oxford and a Supervisor in the European Social Science Genetics Network.

His research focuses on topics in social demography, quantitative genetics, and data science. He is PI of the UKRI funded project FINDME investigating to what extent our social and genetic data can explain individual differences. His contributions in the field were recognized with the European Demography Award for the best PhD Thesis.

If you are interested in learning more about his academic background, you can download his CV.

For an up-to-date list of his publications, please refer to his GoogleScholar profile: