Larry Greenberg

Larry Greenberg
Karlstads Universitet · Department of Environmental and Life Sciences

Ph.D.

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Additional affiliations
February 1998 - present
Karlstads Universitet
Position
  • Professor (Full)
March 1987 - October 1988
Michigan State University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

Questions

Question (1)
Question
We performed an experiment on a number of blood donors. We took the blood from each donor and divided it into 9 equal volumes. Three of the blood samples from each individual were left as controls, three were subjected to treatment A and three to treatment B. We then measured the response in terms of a specific protein or mRNA. This was done for a number of individuals.
We believe this should be done as a two-way repeated measures ANOVA, where treatment (control, Treatment A and treatment b) is one repeated factor and replicate the other. Is this correct? As there are no inherent differences between the three replicates for an individual within a given treatment, we wonder if this affects how to set up the analysis?
Thankful for any help we can get.
Larry Greenberg

Projects

Projects (3)
Project
RIBES (River flow regulation, fish BEhaviour and Status) European Training Network (ETN) will train 15 ESRs in the interdisciplinary field of Ecohydraulics to find innovative solutions for freshwater fish protection and river continuity restoration in anthropogenically altered rivers. More information: www.msca-ribes.eu
Project
Sweden has undergone a major change in its use of collaborative river basin planning, with the establishment of approximately 100 stakeholder groups, water councils. To explore the consequences of this and to generate support with respect to sustainable collaborative processes we will: • Generate a deep understanding how the Swedish water councils function in relation to sustainable water planning. • Identify key issues for making the ongoing participatory and collaborative shift in river basin planning sustainable. • Generate advice on how the Swedish water councils and responsible authorities can develop their work in relation to collaboration.