Dr Gabriela Hajduk
IDDO Data Manager
Gabriela Hajduk joined IDDO and The Global Health Network (TGHN) in 2018 as a Data Manager. Her IDDO work revolves around processing and curation of diverse disease-specific datasets. While with TGHN, she focuses on developing tools and resources that will aid researchers in low and middle-income countries in data management and data sharing.
Over the last few years, she has been working with an extensive long-term dataset of a wild animal population, using statistical modelling, including quantitative genetics models, to investigate complex traits and population trends. This work forms the basis of an evolutionary ecology PhD at the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with the Australian National University.
It is not enough that we require data to be shared; we have to make sharing easy, feasible and accessible too!
Hajduk GK. et al, (2019), BMJ global health, 4
Inbreeding, inbreeding depression, and infidelity in a cooperatively breeding bird.
Hajduk GK. et al, (2018), Evolution; international journal of organic evolution
No Association between Personality and Candidate Gene Polymorphisms in a Wild Bird Population.
Edwards HA. et al, (2015), PloS one, 10