Hanna Kokko
Professor of Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Zurich (Switzerland), where she landed in 2014 after an Australian Laureate Fellowship. She completed her PhD in 1997 at Helsinki University (Finland). She has a longstanding interest in the mathematical logic that underpins biology, and is interested in cancer as a life history phenomenon since her stay at the Institute for Advanced Study in Berlin (Germany) in 2014. Mail: [email protected]
daisy cancer plants

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