Cameron Kadleck serves as a Materials Scientist and Engineer at Lonza's site in Bend, Oregon, USA, focusing on particle engineering and the development of products for respiratory delivery. Cameron's expertise includes work with a wide variety of engineered particles, including amorphous, crystalline coated, nanocrystalline coated, and crystalline blended particles. His research is focused on understanding the relationships between material structure, properties, processing, and performance. Prior to joining Lonza in 2017, Cameron earned an R&D 100 award for the development and commercialization of a high-performance adhesive at Dow Corning. Cameron received his B.S.E. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University, where he studied graphene synthesis and modification for use in organic photovoltaics.