My general research interest is in the statistical modeling of instrumental data in temporal, spatial, and network-indexed contexts. Most of the problems on which I currently work involve the statistical analysis of network data, in collaboration with colleagues in bioinformatics, chemistry, computational neuroscience, mathematics, and signal processing. Much of my earlier work, and some of my current work, has focused on the statistical modeling of scale, motivated by problems in astronomy, epidemiology, geography, and signal and image processing.

  Some of my current research interests include:

  • Statistical Methods for Percolation in Practice: Random Graph Hidden Markov Models
  • High-throughout Chemistry Platform (HTCP) for Reaction Screening
  • CRCNS: Dynamic Network Analysis of Human Seizures for Therapeutic Intervention

To learn more about these projects, as well as past projects, please see below.