Malcolm Moses

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Phone number: 816-536-2454

North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, North Carolina 27411
Senior Undergraduate Student
Major: Biology

Presentations and Publications

Godfrey SS, Moses MM, Rorie CJ. Cancer Associated MicroRNAs are Differentially Expressed in Triple Negative Breast Cancer and Normal Breast Cells. IJSR 9 Vol 4: 73-78, 2015

Godfrey SS, Gurley KM, Moses MM, Arrington BL, and Rorie CJ. Microarray analysis reveal differential expression of microRNAs in triple negative breast cancer and normal breast cells. IJSR 9 Vol 5: 1-6, 2015

Moses, Malcolm M; Kim, Dong Hwan; Gerton, Jennifer L. Rpl19A Effects on the
Smc5/6 Complex, Fifteenth Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, Seattle, WA, 2015.

Moses, Malcolm M; Rorie, Checo J. MicroRNAs associated with the p53 tumor suppressor signaling network are differentially expressed in triple negative breast cancer cell lines, Fiftieth Annual American Association for Cancer Research National Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2016.


My Research interests include human genetics and cancer


Research Assistant Summer 2014
Department of Marine Biology
University of Florida-Whitney Lab for Marine Bioscience
Marineland, FL

Uncovering the genes involved in the regulation of cnidocyte development within Nematostella vectensis
Supervisor: Mark Q. Martindale, PhD

Research Assistant Fall 2014-Spring 2015
Department of Biology
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Greensboro, NC

Characterization of miRNA Expression in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer to possible biomarkers
Supervisor: Checo J. Rorie, PhD

Research Assistant Summer 2015
Department of Chromosome Biology
Stowers Institute for Medical Research
Kansas City, MO

Further understanding the function of the Smc5/6 complex and its role in Cornelia de Lange Syndrome
Supervisor: Jennifer Gerton, PhD

Research Assistant
Department of Biology
New York University
New York, NY

Characterization of Genetic Suppression of emb-8 in C. elegans Embryogenesis
Supervisor: Kristin Gunsalus, PhD

Research Advisors

Checo J. Rorie, PhD

Current Developments