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Michael S. Koeris

Department of BioMedical Engineering
College of Engineering
Boston University
44 Cummington Street
Boston, MA 02215

koeris AT

Hi, I am a doctoral student in Jim Collins lab (the Applied BioDynamics lab) at Boston University. Previously I did work at MIT as a visiting scholar in Alex Rich's lab [1].

Research Interests

  • Systems biology of biofilms
  • Systems biology of host/pathogen interactions in chronic bacterial infections
  • Synthetic genome engineering of E. coli
  • Synthetic biology - designing mercury sensors (in collaboration with Disha Shah).


M.Sc, Free University of Berlin, Germany

My undergrad degree was in biochemistry with a minor in biophysics and immunology.


  1. Koeris M, Funke L, Shrestha J, Rich A, and Maas S. Modulation of ADAR1 editing activity by Z-RNA in vitro. Nucleic Acids Res. 2005;33(16):5362-70. DOI:10.1093/nar/gki849 | PubMed ID:16177183 | HubMed [coolpmid]