Guang Lin receives MBI Early Career Award
The Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) at Ohio State University has awarded Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering Guang Lin its Early Career Award for Fall 2015 emphasizing Mathematical Molecular Biosciences.
Early Career Awards enable recipients to be in residence at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute for stays of at least three months during the semester.
These awards are aimed at non-tenured scientists who currently have continuing employment and who hold a doctorate in any of the mathematical, statistical and computational sciences, or in any of the biological, medical, and related sciences.
An Early Career Award is for a maximum of $7,000 per month of residency and for a maximum of nine months during the academic year.