Benjamin D. Greenbaum, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Tisch Cancer Institute in the Departments of Medicine, Oncological Sciences, and Pathology. Dr. Greenbaum is a computational biologist with a PhD in theoretical physics from Columbia University who trained at the Simons Center for Systems Biology at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Dr. Greenbaum uses tools from physics, math and computer science to better understand the evolution of tumors and viruses. He was award a Phil A. Sharp Award for Innovation in Collaboration from Stand Up to Cancer and Young Investigator Awards from the Pershing Square Sohn Foundation and the Mark Foundation. His work has been published in journals such as Cell, Nature, Nature Genetics, and PNAS, and featured in articles by Reuters and the Wall Street Journal.