The Hans van Houwelingen Award Biometry Award is granted every two years to a first author of either Dutch nationality or working in a Dutch institution. The publication that is granted the award has contributed significantly to the development or application of biometry. Further conditions have been set down in the Biometry Award Regulations. Previous winners of the award are given in the table below:
|2018||Rianne Jacobs||Jacobs, R., Lesaffre, E., Teunis, P.F.M., Höhle, M., & van de Kassteele, J. (2017). Identifying the source of food-borne disease outbreaks: An application of Bayesian variable selection.
Statistical Methods in Medical Research
|2016||Hein Putter||Putter, H., & van Houwelingen, H.C. (2015). Dynamic frailty models based on compound birth-death processes. Biostatistics, 16, 550-564|
|2014||Fentaw Abegaz||Abegaz F., & Wit E. (2013). Sparse time series chain graphical models for reconstructing genetic networks. Biostatistics, 14, 586-599|
|2012||Jelle Goeman||Goeman J.J., & Solari A. (2011). Multiple Testing for Exploratory Research. Statistical Science, 26, 584-597|
|2010||Judith Lok||Lok, J. (2008). Statistical modeling of causal effects in continuous time.
Annals of Statistics, 36, 1464–1507
|2008||Martin Boer||Boer, M.P., Wright, D., Feng, L., Podlich, D.W., Luo, L., Cooper, M., & van Eeuwijk, F.A. (2007). A mixed-model quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis for multiple-environment trial data using environmental covariables for QTL-by-environment interactions, with an example in maize. Genetics, 177, 1801-1813|
|2006||Rachid El Galta||El Galta, R., van Duijn, C.M., van Houwelingen, & J.C., Houwing-Duistermaat, J.J. (2005). Score statistic to test for genetic correlation for proband-family design. Annals of Human Genetics, 69, 373-381|
|2004||Nico Nagelkerke||Nagelkerke, N.J., Boshuizen, H.C., de Melker, H.E., Schellekens, J.F., Peeters, M.F., & Conyn-van Spaendonck, M. (2003). Estimating the incidence of subclinical infections with Legionella Pneumonia using data augmentation: analysis of an outbreak in The Netherlands. Statistics in Medicine, 22, 3713-24.|
|2002||Hans Jansen||Jansen, J., de Jong, A.G., & van Ooijen, J.W. (2001). Constructing dense genetic linkage maps. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 102, 1113-1122.|
|2000||Ritsert Jansen||Jansen, R.C., Johnson, D.L., & van Arendonk, J.A.M. (1998). A mixture model approach to the mapping of quantitative trait loci in complex populations with an application to multiple cattle families. Genetics, 148, 391-399.|
|1998||Huub Straatman||Straatman, H., Peer, P.G.M., & Verbeek, A.L.M. (1997). Estimating lead time and sensitivity in a screening program without estimating the incidence in the screened group. Biometrics, 53, 217-229.|
|1996||Fred van Eeuwijk||Van Eeuwijk, F.A. (1995). Multiplicative interaction in generalized linear models. Biometrics, 51, 1017-1032.|
|1994||Pierre Verweij||Verweij, P.J.M., & van Houwelingen, H.C. (1993). Cross-validation in survival analysis. Statistics in Medicine, 12, 2305-2314.|
|1992||Saskia le Cessie||Le Cessie, S., & van Houwelingen, J.C. (1991). A goodness of fit test for binary regression models, based on smoothing methods. Biometrics, 47, 1267-1282.|
The Professor Corsten Biometry Fund was founded in 1988 with the objective to stimulate biometry in those countries where financial resources are limited. The most recent examples of support to individual biometricians and organizations are:
Applications for funding may be directed at the secretary of the board of the Biometry Fund (Rianne Jacobs: email@example.com). All decisions regarding the allocation of funds are made by the board.
The Biometry Fund is sponsored by individuals, institutions, and companies in the Netherlands as well as abroad. The table below shows the yearly donations (in euro) between 1993 and 2004.
You can become a sponsor of the Biometry Fund by participating in our yearly fundraising campaign or by making a donation to
Professor Corsten Biometry Fund
3572 KC Utrecht
Your gift will be appreciated!
The activities of the Biometry Fund are coordinated by a board of three. Since 2018, this board is merged with the board of BMS-ANed. They provide a yearly account which is reviewed by the treasurer of the Netherlands Region of the IBS (ANed). The administrative costs are minimal. Currently, the board consists of: