Three Rutgers professors named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors

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Date: 
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Location: 
Charlottesville, VA

Three Rutgers faculty members have been named fellows of the National Academy of Inventors: Joachim Kohn and Kathryn Uhrich, professors in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology in the School of Arts and Sciences, and Richard Mammone, professor in the School of Engineering and the Rutgers Business School.

Christopher J. Molloy, senior vice president for research and economic development at Rutgers, congratulated the university’s first NAI fellows.

“Professors Kohn, Mammone, and Uhrich exemplify the high level of scientific excellence and creativity among the Rutgers faculty, and they are recognized leaders both in their fields of research and within the university,” Molloy said. “It’s noteworthy that all three have been influential teachers and mentors to students and postdoctoral fellows over the years, while achieving great success in their research and commercializing their results.”

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