Team Member

Noel Moya
PhD Student

Phone: +49 89 3187-43161
E-mail
Building/Room: Campus Neuherberg, building 3620, room 020b

 

Project Description

Using Crispr/Cas9 technology and homologous recombination in hESC to generate a knock-in FLTP hESC lines, FLTP is a maturation marker for b cells. Differentiation of (hPSCs) towards mature and insulin producer stem cell derived-b cells and stem cell derived pancreatic Islets. Understanding the inter-islet cell communication, maturation and trans-differentiation process in the human islet by using the stem cell platform.

 

Academic and Research Activities

10.2014 - Present 

Helmholtz Zentrum München, Institute of Diabetes and Regeneration Research  Dr. Heiko Lickert

03.2011 – 09.2014

University of California San Diego/Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicin, Dr. Karl Willert / Dr. David Brafman, Research Associate II / Lab Manager

03.2010 – 11.2010

The Scripps Research Institute, San Diego,CA, Dr. Nathalie Franc, Research Assistant I, 

07.2008 – 03.2010

Salk Institute For Biological Research, San Diego, CA, Dr. Marc Montminy, Research Assistant I

 

Publications

Noel Moya, Josh Cutts, Terry Gaasterland, Karl Willert, and David A. BrafmanEndogenous WNT Signaling Regulates hESC-Derived Neural Progenitor Cell Heterogeneity and Specifies Their Regional Identity. Stem Cell Reports, Volume 3, Issue 6, p1015-1028, 9 December 2014

David Brafman, Noel Moya, Stephanie Soltero, Thomas Fellner, Megan Robinson, Zoë Vomberg McMillen, Terry Gaasterland and Karl WillertAnalysis of SOX2 Expressing Cell Populations Derived from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells. Stem Cell Reports, Volume 1, Issue 5, p464-478, 19 November 2013

Biao Wang, Noel Moya, Sherry Niessen, Heather Hoover, Maria M. Mihaylova, Reuben J. Shaw, John R. Yates, Wolfgang H. Fischer, John B. Thomas, Marc MontminyA Hormone-Dependent Module Regulating Energy Balance, Cell, Volume 145, Issue 4, 596-606, 13 May 2011

 

 

 

 

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