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Work for [[Barry Canton]]: 1) Quantitative analysis of orthogonal and wild type rRNA abundances by quantitative northern blotting; 2) Construction of toxic gene expression systems as a demo for VM utility.
== Contact: ==
== Contact: ==

Revision as of 11:27, 6 July 2008

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Felix Moser

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Bio:

Grew up in Germany and Wichita Falls, TX.

BA Cornell University 2007 in Biology and Chemistry, with concentration in Biochemistry (go figure).

Current Endy Lab Tech

Future: Pursue PhD @ UCSF/UC Berkeley Joint Graduate Group in Bioengineering

Projects:

Refactoring M13

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Advising the MIT iGEM team

Work for Francois St. Pierre: 1) Recombineering of phage lambda for Aam19 amber mutations, fluorescent reporters of infection; 2) Building fluorescent reporter constructs for N, Q, and CII activities in phage lambda.

Work for Barry Canton: 1) Quantitative analysis of orthogonal and wild type rRNA abundances by quantitative northern blotting; 2) Construction of toxic gene expression systems as a demo for VM utility.

Contact:

fmoser76@gmail.com

31 Ames street

Bldg 68-570

Cambridge, MA 02139

h: 617-354-4352

l: 617-258-8684

c: 607-280-4753

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