Mathematical modeling Ph.D. student wins third in poster competition

Narshini Gunputh, student in the mathematical modeling Ph.D. program, won third place in the poster competition at the Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Summit Cambridge, held Oct. 12 at Le Meridien Boston Cambridge. Gunputh also gave a lightning talk on quantifying the efficacy of different drug treatments of Crohn’s disease. Gunputh’s research focuses on the mathematical model of contact lens drug delivery under the mentorship of Kara Maki, associate professor, and Lucia Carichino, assistant professor, both of the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

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