About Dr. Muhsinah Holmes Morris, Ph.D.
Dr. Muhsinah Morris is a Quantitative Research Analyst and Chemistry Tutor (Consultant) at ILC. She is also an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Dr. Morris received a M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemistry from the BioMolecular Division at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She received a B.S. in Chemistry from Clark Atlanta University with honors (cum laude). Dr. Morris has competed course work towards a M.B.A. with an emphasis in Project Management.
Prior to becoming an Assistant Professor, she was a NSF Fellow and a NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse training recipient. Additionally, her background includes organic synthesis training from Duke University and polymer synthesis training at GaTech’s Institute of Paper Science and Technology.
Dr. Morris’ research interests are vast. She conducted research in analytical chemistry, molecular biology, and neurochemistry. She is adamant about getting youth involved in STEM before college so that they will choose it as their field of study. Being a first-generation college student was a feat for her and giving time back to her community means the most to her.
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