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Stacey Finley (University of Southern California), Navideh Noori (Institute for Disease Modeling), Jacob Scott (Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic) and Ruth Bowness (University of St Andrews)

We are sorry to announce that this will be Stacey Finley’s final issue as editor of the Newsletter – thanks to Stacey for all her great work!

In this issue, we highlight the following:
  1. News – We have four items to report on: (i) details regarding the 2020 ECMTB Annual Meeting, (ii) Recent news from the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, (iii) SMB Subgroups updates, and (iv) funding opportunities relevant to mathematical biology.
  2. People – Interviews with Dr. Ramit Mehr, Bar-Ilan University, who was named a fellow of the Society for Mathematical Biology in 2019 and Dr. Jacob Scott, The Cleveland Clinic, who recently joined the SMB Newsletter editorial board.
  3. Editorial – We have two items to report on (i) perspective from Dr. Jacob Scott on making information from SMB Subgroups an integral part of the SMB Newsletter, and (ii) a commentary on a recent paper on COVID-19 published by the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.

To see the articles in this issue, click the links at the bottom of this page.

Contributing content

Issues of the newsletter are released four times per year in March, June, September and December. The newsletter serves the SMB community with news and updates, so please share it with your colleagues and contribute content to future issues.

We welcome your submissions to expand the content of the newsletter.  The next issue will be released in June 2020, so if you would like to contribute, please send an email to the editors by the end of May 2020 to discuss how your content can be included. This could include summaries of relevant conferences that you have attended, suggestions for interviews, professional development opportunities etc. Please note that job advertisements should be sent to the SMB digest rather than to the newsletter. Finally, if you have any suggestions on how to improve the newsletter, please contact us at any time. The primary contact editor is Navideh.

We hope you enjoy this issue of the newsletter!

Stacey, Ruth, Jacob and Navideh
Editors, SMB Newsletter




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