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Ivana Bozic is an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington, and an affiliate faculty member in the Herbold Computational Biology Program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. She received her BSc and MA in Mathematics from the University of Belgrade in Serbia, and her PhD in Mathematics from Harvard University. She is the recipient of an NSF CAREER Award, Johnson & Johnson WiSTEM2D Scholar, and winner of the 2023 Akira Okubo Prize from the Society for Mathematical Biology. Her work is focused on using mathematical and computational modeling together with clinical and experimental data to uncover the evolutionary dynamics of cancer.

Selected Recent News


Ivana Bozic

Department of Applied Mathematics

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195

Office: Lewis Hall 213

email: ibozic at uw dot edu

  • Ivana gives a talk at Irving Institute for Cancer Dynamics Seminar @ Columbia (Nov 2023)

  • Ivana gives a plenary talk, Alanna gives a talk at the SMB Annual Meeting (Jul 2023)

  • Ivana gives a plenary talk at the Mathematical Oncology Conference (May 2023)

  • Konstantinos receives PIMS-Simons PDF Award! (Feb 2023)

  • Nathan is now Dr. Lee! (Dec 2022)

  • Ivana receives Akira Okubo Prize (July 2022)

  • Katherine is now Dr. Owens! (May 2022)

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