I am the Gilbert and Betty Kennedy Chair in Mathematical Biology at the University of Victoria and a Professor in the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics and Biology at the University of Victoria. I am also a Professor Emeritus in the Departments of Mathematics/Statistics and Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta.
My research focus is mathematical biology, with a focus in spatial ecology.
We apply mathematical modeling to biological problems, including modeling the process of territorial pattern formation in wolves, predicting population spread in biological invasions, calculating optimal strategies for biocontrol, and assessing the effect of habitat fragmentation on species survival.
For more details on my publications and research interests please view my CV or other parts of this webpage.