Curriculum Vitae: Alun L. Lloyd

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Personal details

Current position: Professor, Graduate Program in Biomathematics,
Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University.
Work address: Graduate Program in Biomathematics
Department of Mathematics
North Carolina State University
Raleigh
NC 27695
USA
Phone (work): (919) 515-1910
FAX (work):(919) 515-1909
Email: alun@alunlloyd.com
Alternative email: allloyd@unity.ncsu.edu
WWW: http://www.alunlloyd.com

Research Experience and Interests

My research involves the use of mathematical models and statistical techniques to address important biomedical questions.

Publication list

Educational and Employment History

Prizes and Awards

1986 Institute of Physics Prize for best performance in Nuffield physics O level.
1988 Royal Society of Chemistry Prize for best performance in WJEC chemistry A level.
Awarded Ministry of Defence Student Scientist Sponsorship.
1989 Elected to Junior Scholarship, Trinity College, Cambridge.
1990 Elected to Senior Scholarship, Trinity College, Cambridge.
1992 Awarded Wellcome Trust Mathematical Biology Scholarship.
1996 Awarded Medical Research Council Non-Clinical Research Training Fellowship.
1997 Elected to a Stipendary Lectureship, St. Hilda's College, Oxford.

Teaching Experience

I have wide-ranging teaching experience. I was heavily involved in the teaching of the Quantitative Methods (statistics and modelling) course in the Oxford departments of Zoology and Plant Sciences. I have given numerous tutorials, demonstrated in practical classes and advised several students on statistical issues arising from their final year projects. For two years, I was responsible for teaching statistics to biology undergraduates at St. Hilda's College, which involved the supervision of approximately forty students in their second and third years. I have given several graduate level lectures on subjects including epidemiology (Epidemiology Short Course, Depts. of Zoology and Continuing Education, Oxford) and the use of statistical techniques in the analysis of epidemiological data (Summer School on Nonlinear Dynamics in Biology, University of Odense, Denmark).

Other Achievements

I have been involved in several projects which have increased the public's understanding of science, taking ideas from mathematical biology to a wider public audience. I was involved in the National Theatre's (London, U.K.) production of Tom Stoppard's play Arcadia, explaning scientific ideas and methodology to members of the cast in addition to helping design the programme notes. I was an advisor on the Chaos Box exhibition at the Science Museum, London. An article I wrote for Scientific American described a computer implementation of the Prisoner's Dilemma, encouraging readers to experiment with the model.


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