I am an applied mathematician, associate professor of
and a member of the
Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics (CIDD).
I run a theoretical biology research group interested in the description, understanding,
and prediction of the dynamics of biological systems, and the
implications of biology for human communities. This
currently includes work in ecology, epidemiology,
immunology, evolution, medicine, human behavior, and economics.
The university did a write-up that says
a little bit more about how I ended up doing mathematical biology.