About Me

·  Added on November 12, 2018 ·  1 min read


my name is Andrea Onofri. I have been always fond of science. I got my degree in Agricultural Sciences in 1987 and I like to think of myself as an applied biologist. When I started doing research (in 1990) I was very much fascinated by the idea that natural phenomena might be described, interpreted and understood by using the universal language of math. My PhD studies revolved around nonlinear regression analyses and, afterwards, I’ve been mainly involved with biostatistics, data analyses and modelling. I do think that biostatistics is fundamental in developing scientific thinking.

Today, I am a Professor and I teach Experimental Methodology at the University of Perugia. My students are biologists and they do not have a very deep background in maths and statistic. Teaching them requires great care and a very simple language.

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Prof. Andrea Onofri
Department of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences
University of Perugia (Italy)
Borgo XX Giugno 74
I-06121 - PERUGIA
Email: andrea.onofri@unipg.it
My ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6603-329X
SCOPUS preview: https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=57193769604