Clare Bernard

Clare Bernard graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2009 with a double major in physics and math. She is now in a physics PhD program at Boston University. She lives in Geneva, Switzerland and works on the ATLAS detector at CERN. Specifically her research focuses on measuring the top quark differential cross-section and writing software for the muon trigger.


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