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Nazanin Mosavian

After finishing her bachelors degree in solid states physics, Nazanin Mosavian joined Indiana University-Bloomington and recently completed her MSc in medical physics in 2015. Her master’s thesis was on surface plasmon resonance based biosensors with biological and medical applications. During this research effort she was able to generate a sensor with enhanced SPR peak for precise measurement of substances at low concentration, beneficial in early stage cancer detection. Since October 2015, Nazanin has been working in Victor Acosta’s lab at University of New Mexico-CHTM working on nanophotonic magnetic resonance bio/chemical sensors using nitrogen vacancy centers in diamond.