As a scientist my interests include occupational and environmental health and epidemiology, exposure assessment and public health. I realize this is an enormous field of research and as such I will not nearly come close to covering it. However, some topics interest me more than others and those I include in this blog. I hope all, or at the very least some of these are of interest to you too, so please feel free to leave any comments.

To do my work, which to my delight include lots of statistics, I make use of several freely available statistical packages – R, WinBUGS and JAGS. In addition to the post on a variety of topics, I plan to also use this site as a repository for tips and tricks for any of these programs that I have picked up along the way. I welcome everyone to use these scripts as they see fit, but in addition also hope that if you have some of your own you email them to me so I can add them to this site. I am however not a statistician, so in most cases please do not expect me to solve  theoretical statistical issues.

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