Ruth Ella Moore

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American bacteriologist

Why Is Ruth Ella Moore Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Ruth Ella Moore was a bacteriologist and microbiologist, who in 1933, became the first African-American woman to be awarded a Ph.D. in a natural science. She was a professor of bacteriology at Howard University. A decade later, she was installed as the head of the department of bacteriology, which she renamed to the department of microbiology. During that period she was promoted to associate professor of microbiology.

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