Haydan is a graduate of Clemson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and a minor in International Engineering and Science. Her undergraduate research was focused in creating ligands to prevent formation of reactive oxygen species from metals found in the human body. She has also been in research groups focused on the positive predictive value of breast MRIs and studying antibodies in the prevention of cancer growth.
After joining International ThermoDyne, Haydan’s research interests have been in improving the printing process and increasing conductivity of the thermoelectrics.
When Haydan is not in lab, she enjoys playing with her cat, cooking vegetarian-friendly meals, traveling and attempting to run the entirety of a 5K for charity.