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Felix Moser


Postdoc, Voigt Group, MIT Bioengineering.

PhD in Bioengineering from MIT, 2013.

MS in Bioengineering from UCSF/UCB, 2011.

BA in Biology and Chemistry, Magna Cum Lauda, Cornell University, 2007.

Former Endy Lab Tech.

Grew up in Germany and Wichita Falls, TX.

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I'm interested in applying biotechnology to solving problems and creating value.

Specifically, I'm most interested in applications of synthetic biology tools to industrial biotechnology, materials, and therapeutics.


1) Moser, F., Horwitz, A., Chen, J., Lim, W.A., and C.A. Voigt (2013). A genetic sensor for strong methylating compounds. ACS Synthetic Biology 2(10), 614-624.

2) Moser, F., Broers, N.J., Hartmans, S., Tamsir, S., Kerkman, R., Roubos, J.A., Bovenberg, R., and C.A. Voigt (2012). Genetic Circuit Performance under Conditions Relevant for Industrial Bioreactors. ACS Synthetic Biology 1(11), 555-564.

3) Ghosh, D., Kohli, A.G., Moser, F., Endy, D., and A.M. Belcher (2012). Refactored M13 Bacteriophage as a Platform for Tumor Cell Imaging and Drug Delivery. ACS Synthetic Biology 1(12), 576-582.

4) Temme, K., Hill, R., Segall-Shapiro, T.H., Moser, F., and C.A. Voigt (2012). Modular control of multiple pathways using engineered orthogonal T7 polymerases. Nuc. Acids Res. 40(17), 1-9.

5) Moser, F., Irwin, D., Chen, S., and D. B. Wilson (2007). Regulation and Characterization of Thermobifida fusca Carbohydrate Binding Domain Proteins E7 and E8. Biotech. & Bioeng. 100 (6), 1066-1077.

6) Yang, Y., Zhang, S., Howe, K., Wilson, D.B., Moser, F., Irwin, D., and T.W. Thannenhauser (2007). A Comparison of nLC-ESI-MS/MS and nLC-MALDI-MS/MS for GeLC-based Protein Identification and iTRAQ-based Shotgun Quantitative Proteomics. J. Biomolecular Techniques 18, 226-237.


fmoser (at) mit (dot) edu