Mathematics

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Who's who


Laura Schmidt
Journal Publisher Mathematics

Valerie Teng-Broug
Journal Publisher Mathematics

Elena Griniari
Journal Publisher Mathematics and Statistics

Laura Hassink
Senior Vice President, Physical Sciences
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Christopher Greenwell
Publishing Director