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Corina joined the Princeton faculty in February 2013. Previously she was a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows (2010-2012) and a postdoctoral researcher with the Program for Evolutionary Dynamics, Harvard University (2009-2010). She obtained her B.A.('06), M.A.('08) and PhD ('09) in Mathematics from Harvard University. She is an ESA Early Career Fellow, a Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences and an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow. Her work is centered around the emergence of complex behavior out of simple interactions, across spatial and temporal scales.

Selected Honors & Awards
  • 2018 Phi Beta Kappa Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
  • 20172021  Ecological Society of America Early Career Fellow
  • 2016  Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 2015—2017  Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship in Computational and Evolutionary Molecular Biology
  • 2011  Scientist to Watch (The Scientist)
  • 2010—2013  Harvard Junior Fellowship in Mathematical Biology
  • 2010  Student of the Year in North America awarded by Liga Studentilor Romani din Strainatate
  • 2009  Highbridge prize awarded by the Harvard Department of Mathematics for the best PhD thesis
Advisory & Editorial Boards
  • Princeton University Press
  • Monographs in Population Biology, Princeton University Press
  • PLoS Computational Biology Associate Editor