Expert Witness and Consultant: Legal Applications of Statistics, DNA and Finger Prints

Technical Consultant #1435


  • Mathematical probability, particularly data sets with large deviations.
  • Bayesian statistics theory and application.
  • Legal applications of statistics and service as an expert witness.
  • Forensic science as related to statistical analysis of data and evidence.
  • Statistics as evidence; assessments of statistics as evidence in the courts.
  • Fingerprints and DNA as evidence; statistical issues in DNA identification.
  • Elementary differential equations, probability and statistics, probability and stochastic processes.
  • Markov exchangeable sequences.


  • Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Undisclosed University, 1991 - Present
  • Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Undisclosed University, 1986 - 1991
  • Associate Professor of Mathematics, Undisclosed University, 1980 - 1986
  • Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of Chicago, 1974 - 1979
  • 12 other visiting positions

Honors & Publications

  • American Mathematical Society
  • Mathematical Association of America
  • American Statistical Association
  • Institute of Mathematical Statistics
  • Philosophy of Science Association


  • B.A. Mathematics, Columbia University, NY
  • M.S. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Harvard University, MA
  • Ph.D. Mathematics, Harvard University, MA
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