Erika Moore First in Uf Engineering To Receive Prestigious 3M Award (UF MSE)

Erika Moore First in UF Engineering To Receive Prestigious 3M Award

Erika Moore, Ph.D., the Rhines Rising Star Larry Hench Assistant Professor of Materials Science & Engineering (MSE), is the first Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering faculty member to be selected for the 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award (NTFA).

The 3M NTFA was created over 25 years ago and recognizes outstanding young faculty who excel in STEM research while demonstrating academic leadership. The award is intended to help them achieve tenure, remain in their teaching positions, and conduct research. Awardees are nominated by 3M researchers.

“I’ve recently become familiar with Dr. Moore’s work at the intersection of biomaterials science and immunology. I also attended her February 3M Tech Forum seminar, during which I learned more about the research focus of her lab and current projects,” said Federica Sgolastra, Ph.D., Sr. Technical Supervisor of Biosciences at 3M and one of Dr. Moore’s nominators. “I was highly impressed by how much she had already accomplished in such a short time.

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