University of Vermont

University Distinguished Professor Program

Brooke T. Mossman

Brooke T Mossman"Dr. Brooke T. Mossman is Professor of Pathology and Director of the Environmental Pathology Program in the College of Medicine.  Dr. Mossman is an accomplished scientist, mentor and leader in the field of asbestos-induced carcinogenesis. 

Dr. Mossman’s scientific contributions over the past 30 years are numerous and sustained, resulting in international recognition as one of the world’s foremost authorities in the field of fiber carcinogenesis. 

Dr. Mossman has provided an important and sustained body of work that continues to inform the world about asbestos.  She historically remains the most widely cited researcher in the world on asbestos-related diseases.
Dr. Mossman’s nominators commented that it is difficult to imagine a scientist having more direct impact on the world’s understanding of asbestos-induced cancer, or one who has provided more service to the scientific community over the past 30 years. 

Dr. Brooke Mossman stands as a stellar academician and world citizen and is most deserving of holding the title of UVM University Distinguished Professor.

Brooke T. Mossman, I am pleased to recognize you as University Distinguished Professor of Pathology.”

—Provost Jane E. Knodell

Read May 22, 2011
at the University’s 207th Commencement Ceremony

Last modified July 10 2011 07:12 AM