Martin A. Nowak is Professor in the Department of Biology and the Department of Mathematics of Harvard University, and Director of the Program of Evolutionary Dynamics (Ph.D. Mathematics 1989, Univ. of Vienna). Prof. Nowak does research in mathematical biology, especially description of evolutionary processes, the evolution of cooperation and human language, and the dynamics of virus infections and human cancer. Among other awards he is the recipient of the Weldon Memorial Prize (1996), the Albert Wander Prize, Univ. of Bern (1998), the Roger F. Murray Prize, Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance (1999), the Akira Okubo Prize, Int. and Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology (1999), the David Starr Jordan Prize (2001), the 2003 Henry Dale Prize, of the Royal Institution, London. He is the author of Evolutionary Dynamics: Exploring the Equations of Life (Harvard, Belknap Press, 2006) and Virus Dynamics: Mathematical principles of immunology and virology, with R. May (Oxford Univ. Press, 2001).
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