Melanie Wood

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Melanie Matchett Wood (born 1981 in Indianapolis, Indiana) is an American mathematician who has set numerous firsts as a woman in the area of mathematics. She completed her Ph.D. in 2009 at Princeton University (under Manjul Bhargava) and is currently Szegö Assistant Professor at Stanford University.

While a high school student at Park Tudor School in Indianapolis, Melanie (then aged 16) became the first, and until 2004 the only female American to make the U.S. International Math Olympiad Team, receiving silver medals in the 1998 and 1999 International Mathematical Olympiad.

Melanie graduated from Duke University where she won a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, Fulbright fellowship, and a National Science Foundation graduate fellowship in 2003, in addition to becoming the first American woman and second woman overall to be named a Putnam Fellow in 2002. During the 2003–2004 year she studied...
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