My research is on the interface between the theory and application of Statistics. I have worked on a wide range of statistical problems ranging over air pollution, anxiety and depression, astronomy, athletics, concrete, cosmetics, flooding, fungicides, fuel filters, marketing of cars, obesity and schizophrenia. I have also served as a consultant to industry on statistical issues.
PhD in Statistics, 1987
University of California, Berkeley
BA in Mathematics, 1982
University of Cambridge