Ph.D. Student, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Yale University
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University, 2016
B.A. International Studies, Oregon State University, 2016
Camille is a third year PhD candidate and NSF Graduate Research Fellow in Professor Elimelech’s group. She would like to develop her research focus on membrane selectivity and is currently investigating ion transport through membrane nanochannels.
Camille completed a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a B.A. in International Studies at Oregon State University. Post-graduation, Camille learned Swahili and interned at a Tanzanian brewery for one year as an NSEP Boren Scholar. She then spent a few years synthesizing quantum dot nanomaterials and supporting the growth of a manufacturing line at a start-up company in Portland, Oregon.
Camille is also a devoted member of the Yale tango club, an enthusiastic vermicomposter, and a fledgling whitewater kayaker.