Jennifer Dionne, Ph.D.

Associate professor, materials science and engineering, Stanford University - 2017 fellow


2017 Moore Inventor Fellow

Jennifer Dionne, Ph.D.

Research Description

Jennifer Dionne’s research develops new optical materials to visualize and control nanoscale processes. Her invention is a light-driven scheme for the separation of different forms of the same molecules, which she hopes to use to increase the efficacy and safety of pharmaceutical drugs as well as reduce the toxicity and environmental impact of chemicals used in agriculture.


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Master of Science, applied physics, 2005
Ph.D., 2009
California Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Science, physics and systems science and mathematics, 2003
Washington University in St. Louis


Materials Research Society Young Investigator Award, 2017.

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