NEWS FROM THE BOARD
Back in September 2003, the Society for Mathematical Biology Newsletter transitioned from the web-based format to printed format. It appears that our web-based newsletter was ahead of its time.
Last month, the officers and elected directors of the Society for Mathematical Biology unanimously approved the H. D. Landahl Mathematical Biophysics Award for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows.
The Segel prize recognizes outstanding research in the field of mathematical biology that has been published in the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.
The Society for Mathematical Biology now offers a Lifetime Membership.
Voting in the 2016 Society for Mathematical Biology elections began a few days ago. If you are a regular member of the Society for Mathematical Biology, it's time to cast your ballot in the elections.
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
Alan Hastings and Reinhard Laubenbacher talk about their careers.
My research interests span the areas of statistical epidemiology of infectious diseases, epidemic modeling and biomathematical formulation of infectious disease spread.
I am a professional mathematician that as a kid would rather spend weekends and holidays programming my computer and reading books than hanging out with friends and playing football...
The Science and Engineering Festival took place this past April in Washington D.C. The massive event attracted 365,000 people, and featured over 3000 hands-on activities for K-12 kids, their teachers, and their parents
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