ZidenThe Potomac Institute is excited to annouce Kathryn Ziden as one of our newest CReST Fellows. 

Kathryn Ziden holds a Ph.D. in Biophysics from Johns Hopkins University where she studied residual dipolar couplings as a way to elicit protein structure and dynamics using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy. During this time, she became interested in science policy and received a NATO Science for Peace and Security Fellowship to study Rapid Decision Making techniques in the event of a CBRN attack, as well as a Boren Fellowship from the National Security Education Program to pursue a project on alternative energy policy in India. She has worked for eight years as a S&T analyst in the government sector.


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