Eric Moschetta

Eric Moschetta

Company: AbbVie

Job title: Senior Scientist II


A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Eric Moschetta obtained his BSE in chemical engineering at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, and his Ph.D. in chemical engineering at Penn State under the guidance of Rob Rioux, studying kinetics and thermodynamics of liquid-phase interactions that are fundamental to organometallic catalytic mechanisms. He then moved to Atlanta, GA, to do postdoctoral work for Chris Jones and Ryan Lively at Georgia Tech, emphasizing molecularly-structured materials for liquid-phase catalysis, CO2 capture, and separations. While at Georgia Tech, Eric was part of the Center for Selective C–H Functionalization (CCHF), an NSF-funded center for cross-functional collaboration among chemists and engineers to drive innovations in C–H functionalization chemistry. He worked closely with Huw Davies’ group at Emory University to implement hollow fiber flow reactors for heterogeneous catalytic reactions, including C–H functionalizations. He joined AbbVie in 2016 and is currently a senior scientist in Process Engineering in Process R&D. His current research interests include continuous extraction, photochemistry, kinetic modeling, flow chemistry, and crystallization.

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