Ivana Bozic receives Johnson & Johnson Women in STEM2D Scholar Award

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Congratulations to Assistant Professor Ivana Bozic for receiving Johnson & Johnson's Women in STEM2D (WiSTEM2D) Scholar Award! This global program "recognizes female researchers for their groundbreaking work in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design (STEM2D)." She received the Mathematics award, which will go towards funding her research on evolutionary dynamics of cancer and optimization of cancer immunotherapy. The six recipients were selected from more than 650 applicants, from 40 countries.

You can find more information in an interview with Professor Bozic, featured in the College of Arts and Science newsletter, here.