I am an epidemiologist and statistician at the University of Oxford in the UK. I work on the epidemiology of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, and their relationships with common health and lifestyle characteristics, such as obesity. I have a background in probability, stochastic processes and mathematical biology.

My personal and professional web site can be found here:

It includes a summary of my research interests and published and submitted papers.

I am not currently an active contributor to Wikipedia


I have been, and will probably continue to be, a little quiet on the Wikipedia lately, but my past contributions include:

WikiProject Probability, WikiProject Mathematics, WikiProject Mathematics/PlanetMath Exchange.
  • New contributions to:
Ross River virus, Phase diagrams of the logistic map (small, large), Constant random variable, Laplace-Stieltjes transform, applied probability, Lebesgue-Stieltjes integration, Fatou's lemma, probability generating functions, Markov's inequality, Abel's theorem and population processes.
  • Significant contributions to existing articles:
Logistic map, Probability mass function, Convergence of random variables, Markov property.