Bailey Hannon, BS

CapturePh.D Student
Bailey is a third year graduate student researching the biomechanics of the sclera in glaucoma. She received her B.S. in mechanical engineering in May 2015 from Johns Hopkins University and worked as an undergraduate in Dr. Kevin Hemkerā€™s laboratory characterizing thin-filmed metallic materials for MEMS applications. She also interned at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in the summer of 2014 working in the Biomechanics Injury Mitigation Systems (BIMS) department.
Characterizing scleral stiffening techniques and their effects on glaucoma through the assessment of ONH biomechanics and visual acuity assays in rats.
Fun Fact:
Bailey collects snowglobes!