The Kamil Duszenko Award is granted for outstanding achievements in mathematics and haematology, and is set up in memory of an outstanding young mathematician who died in 2014 of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), at the age of just 28.
The winner of the Kamil Duszenko Award in 2019 is Kathryn Mann.
Kathryn Mann received her PhD from the University of Chicago in 2014 under the supervision of Benson Farb, and is currently a Manning Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Brown University. Mann will be joining the mathematics faculty at Cornell University this fall. Previously, she held a Morrey Visiting Assistant Professorship at UC Berkeley, a postdoctoral position at MSRI, and a visiting position at the Institut de mathématiques de Jussieu.
Among her accolades is an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship (2019), an NSF Career Award (2019), and the Mary Ellen Rudin young researcher award (2017).