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Claudia Neuhaser is interested in how mathematical models can shed light on the complex behavior of biological systems and wants to engage more undergraduate students in the life sciences with quantitative training. Neuhauser’s research focuses on various spatial stochastic models with the goal of characterizing the behavior of interacting agents, especially desirable behavior such as viruses eliminating cancer cells. Neuhauser is the author of the textbook Calculus for Biology and Medicine, currently in its fourth edition, and develops materials for students and faculty to increase the level of quantitative proficiency for undergraduate biology majors.