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Morrissey was an assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy. "As he started with us, he became very well liked, and the faculty just embraced him," said the Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Andres Malave. "Very quiet individual, very passionate about his research."
Before he began teaching at Nova , Morrissey was a senior scientist for Mortorola. His research on how radio frequencies and heat affects cancer cells is world-renowned. "In terms as a promising scientist and what he meant to
He recently brought in grants worth $100,000 to fund his work at NSU and was just back from delivering a keynote address at a conference in Australia.