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Nicholas Gianaris
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Q&A: Nicholas Gianaris

Nicholas Gianaris earned his MSE in 1992 and PhD in 1996. Today, Gianaris is the VP of Business Development and General Manager of the Materials Technology Division at Thermacore.

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Marybeth Miceli
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Marybeth Miceli

Marybeth Miceli, B.S. 1999, is an expert in the field of non-destructive testing. Her work helps maintain the structural stability of roads, bridges, and other infrastructure people rely on each day.

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Dr. Robert Oberle, Ph.D. 1994
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Dr. Robert Oberle, Q&A

Dr. Robert Oberle earned both his Master’s and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. As a graduate student, he worked in the research lab of Professor Robert Cammarata. Since graduating, Dr. Oberle has gone on to found Vizinex RFID, which specializes in developing and manufacturing high-performance, durable RFID tags for an array of industries.

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Eric Bressler, B.S. 2014
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Eric Bressler

Translating solutions from laboratories to the real world is one of the major challenges facing biotech and drug development companies. Eric Bressler participated in a biotech boot camp to understand bridging that gap.

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Sarvenaz Sarabipour
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Sarvenaz Sarabipour, Q&A

What I will remember is an environment that nurtured my enthusiasm for my work and for the field and made many exciting discoveries in membrane biophysics and signaling possible.

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Gregory Wiedman
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Gregory Wiedman, Q&A

I came to Hopkins specifically to work with Dr. Hristova. I met her when I was an undergraduate student when she came for a visit to my undergrad institution. I was interested in her research studying properties of peptides using electrochemical techniques that she developed with Dr. Searson.

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Rustin Golnabi
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Rustin Golnabi, Q&A

Hopkins heavily emphasized its focus on research and undergraduate opportunities to get involved. I was pretty sure that I would want to start research early, and Hopkins seemed like the best place for that.

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Ian Hooley
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Ian Hooley, Q&A

My favorite class was computation and programming for materials scientists and engineers. I landed an internship as a data analyst the summer after my freshman year because of the skills I learned from that class alone, so I am forever grateful to Dr. Falk.

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Rose Thun, B.S. 1990
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Rose Thun

JHU Materials Science was–and likely still is–full of people with contagious enthusiasm about materials science who were generous in sharing knowledge, ideas, time, and opportunities.

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