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Dr. Robert Moore Joins the Chemistry Faculty

August 23, 2010


While Dr. Moore is not new to Wayland, this fall he has joined the ranks of full-time faculty in the School of Mathematics and Sciences as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Last year, Dr. Moore served as an adjunct professor for the School developing and teaching a new course in Scientific Computing, as well as teaching an online course in Life Science.

 

Dr. Moore received his B.A. in Chemistry, Cell Biology, and Mathematics from Huntingdon College in 2002. In 2003 and 2004 Dr. Moore worked as a lab technician for the chemistry undergraduate labs at Auburn University before beginning his doctoral work at Auburn University. His doctoral research focused on the kinetics of the bifunctional catalase-peroxidase enzyme responsible for activation of the frontline anti-tubercular drug isoniazid. Dr. Moore received his doctorate in biochemistry in 2009 and was brought to Wayland the fall of the same year as an adjunct to develop and teach the Scientific Computing class. He began teaching for Wayland full-time in the fall of 2010. His interests include scientific communication and multi-dimensional kinetic analyses.

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