Dr. Johnson earned a B.Sc. and Ph.D. in Physics from Liverpool University in the United Kingdom and worked as faculty in Liverpool John Moore’s University before coming to Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois in 1995. Dr. Johnson held an appointment as a staff scientist at Argonne until 2007. She was Assistant Division Director in the Materials Science Division at Argonne for 2 years during that period. In 2007 she accepted a faculty position at the University Space Institute in Tullahoma, TN. Her research interests focus on materials characterization, in particular amorphous materials and developing medical devices based on nanoscience.
Focus Areas: Medical Imaging | Medical Device Development | Hyperthermia | Glass Ceramics | Sol-gels | Nanoparticle Design | Optically Active Materials | Medical Device Development | Detector Systems
Skills and Expertise: Materials Synthesis | Nanoparticle Design | Medical Device Development | Materials Characterization