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Raychelle Burks
Raychelle Burks, PhD
What I want to put out is that we can support girls and women in STEM, that there is a place for them here, and that we will make a place for them, not that they have to conform to preconceived notions and stereotypes.


American University

About Raychelle Burks

Raychelle Burks is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at American University who has also worked in a crime lab. She holds a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Her research team focuses on the development of field-portable colorimetric and luminescent sensor arrays to detect explosives, chemical weapons, drugs, and latent prints.

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