Congratulations to Wendy Caldwell and her poster, "Substance Abuse via Legally Prescribed Drugs: The Case of Vicodin in the United States" for winning the SACNAS 2013 Undergraduate Student Presentation Award in Applied Mathematics.
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Wendy Caldwell, part of an MTBI 2013 research group, is featured for their research "How to Tackle the Vicodin Abuse Problem"
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"Mitochondrial Iron" and "Prisoner Reform Programs" both are selected by the JMM as outstanding presentations
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Two MTBI research teams, presented by Kyle Dahlin and William Tressel, received awards for mathematics posters.
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My Huynh is the recipient of ASU's Dean's Medal, in addition to receiving the prestigious NDSEG Fellowship
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Congrats to the following MTBI poster presenters: Margaret-Rose Leung, Komi Messan, Shawn Tsosie, Sowmya Srinivasan, and Joshua Austin. Great work, MTBIers!
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Dr. Castillo-Chavez was among a small group of mentors honored by President Obama as recipients of the PAESMEN.
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The MTBI program is among recipients of the 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring
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The Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute supports the development of students through educational, research and mentorship activities from the undergraduate to the postdoctoral level. Its programs include intensive multiple-summer research training institutes, long-term support for its alumni, continuous research opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students and opportunities for national and international visitors.

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