Assistant Prof. Scott Verbridge receives the National Science Foundation Early Career Development Award
Scott Verbridge, Assistant Professor in Biomedical and Mechanics, has received the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. This most prestigious award is given by NSF in recognition of junior faculty who demonstrate the potential for effectively integrating research and education. The award recognized Dr. Verbridge’s outstanding contribution to the growing field of “tumor engineering” as he is one of the pioneers at Virginia Tech to use physics-based tumor treatment method. The method uses pulsed electric fields for tumor ablation. The award also recognizes his teaching and mentoring work at Virginia Tech. For the full article, click on the link.