Professor of Mathematics
PhD, Florida State University, 1993.
My lab uses mathematical modeling and analysis, along with computer simulations, to help answer biological questions in neuroscience and physiology. We have extensive collaborations with other theorists and experimental labs at FSU and elsewhere. We often use techniques from nonlinear dynamics, fast/slow analysis, and network science in our analysis. Biological topics of interest change over time, but currently include mechanisms of oscillation and synchronization in endocrine cells, and the neural basis of taste and olfaction.