“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences."- Audre Lorde

The Moore Lab believes in action based on our values.

We seek to create a community that CHAMPIONS all trainees with the inclusion and appreciation of differences in gender, sexuality, disability, age, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and race or culture.

BlackInBME: Dr. Moore along with Dr. Simpson, Dr. Whittington, and Dr. Roberts created BlackInBME. Black in BME is a resource created by a collective of Black BME trainees and faculty to amplify, support, and foster community for all self-identifying Black people in BME.

MSE IDEA: Justin Silberman serves as a student representative on the Materials Science and Engineering Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access Coalition.

Moore Wealth: After graduating with $65,000 student loan debt, Dr. Moore wanted to help other minorities pursuing higher education. She founded a non-profit organization, Moore Wealth, which focuses on financial literacy through seminars and scholarships for students of color.

Littlewood Elementary Outreach: Dr. Moore shares our work with 5th graders through our partnership with Littlewood Elementary in Gainesville, FL!

Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers: Dr. Moore and Aakanksha toured students from the UF Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers in Jan. 2022.

AfroBioTech: Dr. Moore will Co-Chair the AfroBioTech Conference for 2021. Our goal is “to showcase the innovation, contributions, and leadership of our diverse engineering community while also inspiring the next generation of students and scholars”.

MRET: When the students become gurus! Justin, Holly, and Aakanksha teach Biomaterials and what the Moore lab does to K-5 Elementary school teachers as part of The University of Florida Multidisciplinary Research Experiences for Teachers (MRET) program.

We are dedicated to CREATING a more equitable world.