FSU hires 15 rising stars to bolster key research areas

FSU hires 15 rising stars to bolster key research areas

FSU hires 15 rising stars to bolster key research areas

Florida State University has hired 15 new researchers in the Brain Health and Disease, Energy and Materials, and Coastal and Marine Research initiatives as it continues to invest in these burgeoning areas and further science and discovery as part of its mission as a preeminent university in Florida.

“Using our existing infrastructure, collaborative culture and strategic research vision, we were able to attract a truly outstanding class of scientists to help lead innovation in these key research areas,” said Interim Provost Sally E. McRorie. “I have no doubt that their knowledge, expertise and unbridled curiosity, combined with FSU’s support, will lead to some amazing discoveries in the decades ahead.”

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