Taylor Woehl Promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure

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Taylor Woehl, a faculty member in the University of Maryland (UMD) Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CHBE), has been promoted to associate professor with tenure, effective August 23, 2022.

Woehl – who received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis prior to joining the UMD faculty in 2016 – is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of nanomaterials, soft matter, and electron microscopy. His lab’s current research focuses include environmental electron microscopy, nanochemistry, assembly of soft matter, and stability of biopharmaceuticals. Woehl has received a number of honors and awards, including an ACS PRF doctoral new investigator award, $600K NSF grant, and an NSF Career Award. His lab has published 40+ papers in prestigious journals such as the Journal of the American Chemical Society, ACS Nano, and Chemistry of Materials. Funded by grants from the NSF and Army research office, Woehl’s lab is expanding their research into new areas, including atmospheric aerosols, bioinspired assembly of nanomaterials, and water filtration membranes. Prof. Woehl is active in professional and campus service, including organizing technical sessions at the ACS and Microscopy & Microanalysis national conferences and serving on faculty and graduate selection committees.

“We are all extremely proud of Taylor – this is an outstanding honor for our Department, the School of Engineering and the University,” said Peter Kofinas, CHBE Professor and Chair. “We all look forward to continuing to work with Taylor as he grows his career, and makes national and international impacts.”

Published May 27, 2022