I am an applied mathematician with primary research interests in epidemiology, ecology and evolutionary theory. Examples and details can be obtained from the Research and Publications pages of this web site, and from Selected Press Coverage of My Research. The history of how I got involved in mathematical biology research is described in an article in an online supplement to Science Magazine: One person's path to mathematical biology.

You can learn about some of my research from my TEDx talk on "Visualizing and modelling contagion".

If you are a member of the press wishing to interview me, then please read the FAQ page first.

My research group includes postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, undergraduates working on honours theses or research projects, and research assistants.

Funding for my research comes from the following agencies:

CIHR - Canadian Institutes of Health Research National Institutes of Health - NIH Statistics Canada OIT - Ontario Innovation Trust

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada - NSERC CFI - Canada Foundation for Innovation Shared Hierarchical Academic Research Computing Network - SHARCNET James S. McDonnell Foundation

Last update: 11 December 2016