Felix Tropf

Postdoctoral Researcher in Sociogenomics

College: Nuffield

Email: Felix Tropf

Tel.: 01865 281493

Website: Personal Website

 portait JpegFelix Christian Tropf is a sociologist with the current research focus on social science genetics and the life-course. Since September 2015, he has been working for the Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford as a post-doctoral researcher. He works on Melinda Mills' ERC funded sociogenome project and on an ESRC project on the integration of genetic data into social sciences from the National Centre for Research Methods for which he was a was a co-applicant. He currently is a Research Fellow of Nuffield College

Felix received his Diploma (Master equivalent) from the University of Bamberg with distinction. For his thesis on sex-differences in elderly care, the German Society for Demography (DGD) honoured him with the Allianz-Newcomer award 2012. From 2011 to 2015, he was appointed as doctoral researcher and lecturer at the ICS Graduate School, University of Groningen. 

Demography, Sociogenomics, Sociology, Life-Course Research, Gene-Environment Interaction

Sociological Analysis 2015/2016

PRS Seminar 2015/2016

Please find a frequently updated publication list on GoogleScholar.