Margaret Doig

    Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Creighton University

I am a mathematician working in low-dimensional topology and an assistant professor at Creighton University. I received a Ph.D from Princeton University in 2010 and was a Zorn Postdoctoral Fellow at Indiana University, Bloomington, from 2010-2013 and a Philip T. Church Postdoctoral Fellow at Syracuse University from 2013-2016.

My research interests include studying the typical behavior of knots; understanding and implementing calculations of invariants like knot genus; and understanding the Heegaard Floer invariants of knot surgeries, especially L-space surgeries.

If you are in any of my courses, please refer to their websites on Blueline.

--Margaret Doig