I am a theoretical biologist with a broad interest in computational and statistical approaches to practical biological questions with a particular interest in dynamical questions (how systems are shaped at large scales by the way that they change at small scales). My current research is mostly focused on infectious diseases of humans.
I am currently looking post-docs to study the spread of rabies. Application information is here.
I accept graduate students via:
- The Department of Biology
- The Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- The School of Computational Science and Engineering
As a theorist, I do not have volunteer or research assistant positions suitable for undergraduates.
I do supervise undergraduate projects.