Sherita Moses

Dr. Sherita L. Moses

Assistant Professor of Physics

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Biography

Dr. Sherita L. Moses joined Georgia Gwinnett College in the fall of 2019, coming from the physics department at Loyola University Chicago. She received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Applied Physics from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, Master of Science degree in Atmospheric Chemistry from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and a Master of Science degree in Management/Administration and Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology, both from Andrews University. 

Her focused areas of interest include biophysics, nanobiophotonics and metal nanoparticles. Her research involved a compound of gold nanoparticles and plant extracts created to cause cytotoxicity in triple negative breast cancer without harming healthy cells, which was awarded a U.S. Patent in October of 2017. She is a published scientist in peer-reviewed journals and a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. 

Dr. Moses loves spending free time with her daughter, an expert in the field of education, listening to music, and traveling.

Education

  • Doctorate – applied physics – Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University
  • Master's – atmospheric chemistry – University of Alabama in Huntsville
  • Master's – management, administration – Andrews University
  • Bachelor's – medical technology – Andrews University