# About Me

Damon Toth is an Assistant Research Professor on a post-doctoral research fellowship with the Mathematical Biology Group at the University of Utah's department of Mathematics. He performs interdisciplinary, collaborative research with mathematicians, biologists, and epidemiologists on mathematical modeling of population dynamics and infectious diseases. His Ph.D. was earned in Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington in 2006. He was an engineering major as an undergraduate at Princeton University, where he earned his B.S.E. in 1997. Dr. Toth also spent two years as a Lecturer in Computer Science at a polytechnic institute in Singapore and one year as a middle school and high school math and science teacher at The American School in Switzerland. He has traveled in 29 countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas.