I have never seen such overwhelming support between students or departments; in my first week working here I found myself both being offered help to move in to my apartment as well as traveling to the Medical Campus in order to begin talking about a project with the School of Public Health. There are so many opportunities easily available to help with my research since Johns Hopkins is so open to interdisciplinary collaborations, and I look forward to taking advantage of them!
Jennifer Dailey is a graduate student researcher in Dr. Howard Katz‘s lab, where she experiments with various platforms (optical, electrical, etc.) to create sensors for applications such as food safety and health care settings. Jennifer is the recipient of a NSF Graduate Fellowship for a research project proposal involving the development of biosensors using antibody-functionalized carbon nanotubes.