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Philosophy and Physics Major appointed as Assistant Professor of Physics at Johns Hopkins

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Philosophy and Physics Major appointed as Assistant Professor of Physics at Johns Hopkins

Philosophy and Physics Major appointed as Assistant Professor of Physics at Johns Hopkins

A screencap of the William H. Miller III Department of Physics and Astronomy webpage for Johns Hopkins University. Below the heading is a headshot photograph of Danielle Norcini. She wears a half-white, half-striped top with straps.

A screencap of the Johns Hopkins University faculty bio page for Danielle Norcini. At the top, her position is listed as Assistant Professor. Below that is her email address (dnorcini@jhu.edu), as well as her research interests and education: Experimental particle physics; neutrinos and dark matter; Education: PhD, Yale University. Listed below these details is Danielle's biography: "Danielle Norcini is an experimental particle physicist searching for dark matter and investigating the nature of neutrinos. Currently, her group is advancing experiments that use low energy-threshold skipper CCDs to directly detect dark matter underground. Norcini was previously a KICP & Grainger fellow at The Unviversity of Chicago, received her PhD from Yale University, and earned both a BS in Physics and BA in Philosophy from Penn State University."