Charli Dawidczyk ’16

October 3, 2011

Working at Johns Hopkins University has been a wonderful experience. What I love about Johns Hopkins is the cooperation between researchers and departments to make high-impact, cross-disciplinary science happen. I am immersed in a community where everyone around me works on exciting research that truly makes a difference.

Charli Dawidczyk works on synthesizing quantum dots, which are used to target cancer for treatment.

Charli Dawidczyk works on synthesizing quantum dots, which are used to target cancer for treatment.

Charli Dawidczyk is a graduate student researcher in Dr. Peter Searson‘s lab who works on synthesizing quantum dots, fluorescent nanoparticles, and using the quantum dots to target cancer for treatment. She is involved in the Institute for NanoBioTechnology and is a recipient of a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. She received her Master’s degree from Texas A&M University and her undergraduate degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

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