Infectious disease modeller wins prestigious mathematics prize
Jameel Institute epidemiologist at Imperial College London Dr Anne Cori has been awarded a share of this year's Adam's Prize for her outstanding work in modelling infectious disease outbreaks. Awarded annually by the University of Cambridge to UK-based researchers carrying out international research in the mathematical sciences, Anne is the sixth woman to win the prize in its almost 175-year history. Former winners include theoretical physicist professor Stephen Hawking (1966) and the 2023 prize is awarded for achievements in the field of mathematical and statistical epidemiology, a first since it was first awarded in 1850.
Imperial College London
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