Jessica Clayton

Past Member (Graduate Student Researcher)

Specialization

 

Jessica's research in the Han Lab focused on high field electron paramagnetic resonance for the study of biological systems. This research helped build a better understanding of the processes that are important for the systems of spins at high field, aiming to develop new methods for styding biological systems. Jessica was developing a new tool for measuring distances in membrane proteins that will enhance their study of protein structure and dynamics. Under Mark Sherwin's guidance, she also helped develop the UCSB electron free laser as a tool for high field EPR.

 

Present: Design Verification Test Engineer III, Karl Storz Imaging

 

Education

  • 2009 - 2011: B.S., Mathematical Physics, University of California - Merced
  • 2011 - 2017: Ph.D., Physics, University of California - Santa Barbara (Coadvisors: Prof. Mark Sherwin and Prof. Songi Han)

Bio

  • 2017: Interim Postdoctoral Researcher, University of California - Santa Barbara (Coadvisors: Prof. Mark Sherwin and Prof. Songi Han)
  • 2018 - present: Design Verification Test Engineer III, Karl Storz Imaging