Armita Nourmohammad

Adjunct Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics
Associate Professor in Physics

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Armita Nourmohammad is an associate professor of Physics at the University of Washington, Seattle. Dr. Nourmohammad works at the interface of statistical physics and biology and develops theoretical and data driven approaches to study evolutionary processes across scales. Dr. Nourmohammad obtained her Ph.D in 2012 from the University of Cologne, and then joined Princeton University as a James S. McDonnell postdoctoral fellow, where she started working on immunological problems from a biophysical and an evolutionary perspective. In 2017 Dr. Nourmohammad joined the Max Planck Society as Max Planck Research Group Leader and the University of Washington as an Assistant Professor of Physics. Dr. Nourmohammad is a recipient of an NSF CAREER award, NIH MIRA award, and the APS-DBIO Early Career Award.