Mathematicians and bioscientists collaborate in new NSF-Simons project

Mathematicians and bioscientists collaborate in new NSF-Simons project

The National Science Foundation and the Simons Foundation have launched a large collaboration of bioscientists and mathematicians to advance both fields. The project will have a total of three centers funded with $30 million, one of which is headquartered at Georgia Tech and will receive a third of the funding. From top left to bottom right: Top row: Greg Bleckerman (math) & Dan Goldman (physics), Francesca Storici (bio) & Natasha Jonoska (math), Christine Heitsch (math) & Annalise Paaby (bio), Matt Torres (bio) & Julie Mitchell (math), Second row: Hang Lu (biochem) & Peter Bubenik (math), Melissa Kemp (bio-eng) & Elena Dimitrova (math), Scott McKinley (math) & Christine Payne (mech-eng)

Credit: Georgia Tech / Rob Felt / Harriss Callahan

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  • Created By: Ben Brumfield
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  • Created On: May 24, 2018 - 10:56am
  • Last Updated: May 24, 2018 - 10:56am