Caleb’s project, “A Hybrid Model of Tumor Growth and Angiogenesis: Theory, Simulations, and a Proof-of-Principle Application,” earned him a semifinalist position in the 2018 University Co-Op/George H. Mitchell Student Awards competition. Caleb’s work stood out in the STEM category and will be recognized in the May edition of The Daily Texan.

Caleb’s work showcases the bright future for computational oncology and STEM as a whole. Congratulations Caleb!