__Education__

**BA: Swarthmore College (Pennsylvania)****MA:**University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI)**Ph.D.:**University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI)

__Affiliations__

**I have been on the faculty at UH since I arrived as an assistant professor in 1991. Prior to that I had appointments at a variety of departments, including the Universities of Iowa and Minnesota and a postdoc at Hull University in England...in a department that no longer exists! Since my time here I have also been a visiting scholar or visiting professor in several departments, most recently (2012) the University of Oslo.**

__Research Interests__

**My primary research interest is ****nonstandard analysis****, as well as related areas of ****mathematical logic****, especially ****model theory. ****Other interests include ****measure theory****, ****probability****, and ****statistics****. I have also published in philosophy, computer science, and have been co-pi on an NSF grant in Biosystems Analysis and Control, working in **

**I am the editor-in-chief of the ****Journal of Logic and Analysis**

__Selected Publications: __

**Book:**

**Nonstandard Methods and Applications in Mathematics**, Lecture Notes in Logic 25, ASL Press, 2006 (ed., with Nigel Cutland and Mauro di Nasso)

**Selected Mathematics Papers:**

**Extensions and applications of the S-measure construction,***J. Symbolic Logic*(4) 2013- P
**ushing down infinite Loeb measures,***Math. Scand.*(104) 2009 **Loeb measure, finitely-additive measures, and a theorem of Banach,***Monat. fur Math.*(156) 2009**More on S-measures,**in*The Strength of Nonstandard Analysis*(Springer, 2007)**A nonstandard proof of a lemma from constructive measure theory**,*Math. Log. Quart*. (52) 2006**Nonstandard measure constructions - solutions and problems**, in*Nonstandard Methods and Applications in Mathematics*(2006)**Infinite products of infinite measures**(with Peter A. Loeb)*Illinois Journal of Mathematics*(49) 2005**An elementary proof of Lyapunov's Theorem**,*American Mathematical Monthly*}(112) 2005