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My name is Danielle Robbins, and I was born in Frederick, Maryland. Growing up I was always interested in the STEM fields and spent my senior year of high school interning at the National Cancer Institute. From there I began my studies at University of Maryland Baltimore County where I was a Meyerhoff Scholar, a National Society of Black Engineers executive member, a Upward Bound- Classic tutor, Teaching Assistant and track & field athlete. While in undergrad I participated in several REUs through NASA, CFAO-UC Santa Cruz, and MTBI - Los Alamos. It was at my last research experience, MTBI, which helped me discover that I would like to focus more on mathematical biology in graduate school. In the field of mathematical biology, I have worked on projects focusing on mathematical models of atherosclerosis, and the effects of population mixing on infectious diseases. I began my graduate studies at Arizona State University, January 2006.