I am a James B. Duke Emeritus Professor of Mathematics. My favorite research topics are (i) processes that take place on random graphs and (ii) stochastic spatial models that arise from questions in ecology, population genetics, epidemiology, and cancer. My blog.

- Dynamics on Graphs (Cambridge U press, October 2024)
- Random Graph Dynamics (Cambridge U. Press, 2007)
- DNA Sequence Evolution (2nd Edition, Springer 2008)
- Elementary Probability for Applications (Cambridge U. Press, 2009)
- Probability: Theory and Examples (5th edition)
- Essentials of Stochastic Processes (3rd edition, Springer 2016)

- My three page CV * 24 papers cited more than 100 times
- Ph.D. Students and Postdocs -- see three page CV
- Google Scholar Citations * 30K but P:TE more than 10K