Rob Eisinga is a professor of quantitative research methods at the Radboud University Nijmegen, where he teaches, among others, regression analysis to bachelor students and multilevel analysis to research master students.
His substantive interests concern the analysis of social and political change, including electoral and religious behavior, and the obesity epidemic. He combines this interest with a main interest in quantitative research methods and survey methodology.
His studies were published in a wide array of journals, ranging fromPolitical Analysis, Demography, and International Journal of Epidemiology to Appetite, Annals of Anatomy, and Bioinformatics.
His current methodological interest is in the analysis of rank data and their null distribution in particular. Some key publications are available here.