I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington. I develop mathematical and computational models to study the evolutionary dynamics of cancer. My research interests include mathematical biology, stochastic processes and analysis of genomic and clinical data.
PhD in Mathematics, Harvard University, 2012
MA in Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Serbia, 2007
BSc in Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Serbia, 2005
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
Office: Lewis Hall 213
email: ibozic at uw dot edu
Two postdoc positions available in our group.
Ivana gives a talk at the Princeton EEB Seminar (Feb 2021)
NSF CAREER award! (Feb 2021)
Ivana gives a talk at the Moffitt IMO Seminar (Jan 2021)
Ivana gives a talk at the University of Minnesota Math Bio Seminar (Dec 2020)
Congratulations to Alanna for successfully passing her general exam! (Dec 2020)