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At the SciX Conference in Sparks, Nevada, Spectroscopy magazine sat down with Karen Esmonde-White of Endress+Hauser to talk about her career transition and how Raman spectroscopy has evolved over the years.
Today at SciX, Spectroscopy magazine sat down with Karen Esmonde-White to talk about her career transition and how Raman spectroscopy has evolved over the years.
Karen Esmonde-White spent the earlier part of her career at the University of Michigan Medical School, where she worked as a Research Investigator. At the University of Michigan, she helped develop transcutaneous Raman spectroscopy for the clinical diagnosis of musculoskeletal diseases, with an emphasis on Raman identification of bone infection in chronic wounds. She now works for Endress+Hauser as a Product Manager, working on the marketing and communication side of their business.
In this interview segment, Esmonde-White answers the following questions:
This interview segment is one of several conducted in conjunction to the SciX 2023 conference. You can see our latest conference coverage, including our additional video interviews conducted at SciX, at the following link: https://www.spectroscopyonline.com/conferences/scix