- Division of Basic and Integrative Biological Sciences – DBIB
- Bioengineering Sciences and Technologies – BST
- Study Section:
- Biomaterials and Biointerfaces – BMBI
Dr. Mosca’s career in academia and biotechnology spans over 20 years as a researcher, manager, and officer of two start-up biotech companies.
Joe received his Ph.D. in biochemistry at Temple University, completed a post-doctoral fellowship in oncology at Johns Hopkins, and earned a MBA degree from Johns Hopkins Business. After spending 7 years at Hopkins with assistant professorships in oncology and infectious diseases, he joined the H.M. Jackson Foundation, where he continued his gene therapy efforts in HIV/AIDS. In 1996, he moved from academia to industrial research in tissue regeneration in adult and embryonic stem cells. In 2001, he founded his own technology-holding company and in 2002 was vice president of development for an international HIV vaccine company. He presently manages various special emphasis panels. He has authored over 50 peer-reviewed manuscripts, 9 book chapters, and is inventor on 7 US issued patents with 10 pending approval.