Dr. Benjamin Keselowsky was recently named UF Research Foundation Professor for 2015-2018.
The University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) Professorships are awarded to tenured faculty members with a “distinguished current record of research”, in recognition of “recent contributions and to provide incentives for continued excellence in research.” Professor Keselowsky was one of thirty-four recipients at the University of Florida.
During a reception honoring all UFRF Professors, Vice President for Research David Norton presented Professor Keselowsky with a plaque acknowledging this distinguished award.
Professor Keselowsky’s research is focused on directing immune cell interactions with biomaterials, including aspects of such as cell adhesion to biomaterials, as well as the engineering of controlled release systems. This work has wide-ranging implications in diverse fields such as implanted devices, therapeutic vaccines and tissue engineering.
For the full article on the UF Research Foundation Professors, please see: http://news.ufl.edu/archive/2015/04/thirty-four-faculty-named-uf-research-foundation-professors-for-2015.html
Congratulations Dr. Keselowsky!