Elizabeth Moses, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow, Spira-Lenburg Lab
B.S., Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2012
Ph.D., Pathology, Program in Immunology, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
My work is focused on understanding the molecular impact of environmental exposures. These exposures include small molecule therapeutics, cigarette smoke and electronic cigarettes. My current projects are looking at using high throughput genomics to better understand changes in gene expression following exposure and how these changes relate to lung diseases such as COPD and lung cancer.
Elizabeth Moses et al (2017) “Molecular impact of electronic cigarette aerosol exposure in human bronchial epithelium” Toxicological Sciences, 155(1) 248-257.