Professor Alison Etheridge
I began graduate work as a student in functional analysis and rapidly became interested in the interface between probability and analysis. Much of my work focuses on infinite dimensional stochastic processes and their applications. Most recently my central interest has been a collection of mathematical problems arising in population genetics.
- The Spatial Lambda-Fleming-Viot process on a large torus: genealogies in the presence of recombination. Etheridge, A.M. and Veber, A. Jan 2012
- Large scale behaviour of the spatial Lambda-Fleming-Viot process. Berestycki, N., Etheridge, A.M. and Veber, A. Nov 2011
- Diffusion approximation of a multilocus model with assortative mating. Etheridge, A.M. and Lemaire, S. Electronic Journal of Probability 16:2122-2181 Jan 2011.
- The Relation Between Reproductive Value and Genetic Contribution. Barton, N.H. and Etheridge, A.M. GENETICS 188 (4): 953-U341 Aug 2011
On the moments and the interface of the symbiotic branching model. Blath, J., Döring, L. and Etheridge, A. Annals of Probability 39(1): 252-290 2011
A new model for evolution in a spatial continuum. Barton, N.H., Etheridge, A.M. and Veber, A. Electron J Probab 15: Article number 7, Feb 2010.
A coalescent dual process in a Moran model with genic selection, and the lambda coalescent limit. Etheridge, A.M., Griffiths, R.C. and Taylor, J.E. Theoretical Population Biology 78 (2):77-92 (2010)
1990-1996 Lecturer in Pure Mathematics, University of Edinburgh.
1992 Neyman Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, University of California at Berkeley.
1996-1997 Reader in Probability and Statistics, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London.
1997- University Lecturer in Applied Mathematics,
University of Oxford, in association with a Tutorial Fellowship at Magdalen College.
1999-2005 EPSRC Advanced Fellow, University of Oxford.