Moses is a student at Arizona State University (ASU), where he studies Biochemistry. He recently got accepted into the Microbiology PhD program and will begin his program in the Spring of 2019.
During his undergraduate career at ASU, Moses worked with a graduate student in the Mangone Lab to identify the big players involved in deciding which polyadenylation sequence (PAS) element to use in alternative polyadenylation (APA) mechanisms using C. elegans as model organism. He then proceeded to work in the Levitus Research Group where he completed his Honors Thesis project, studying the factors that affect the reactivity of the human endonuclease enzyme, APE1 in repairing clustered DNA damages.
Moses was named to the Dean?s list throughout his undergraduate career. He was a recipient of the Mastercard Foundations Scholarship - a 4-year fully funded scholarship for his academic achievements and leadership acumen. He was a member of the National Society for Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) for academic excellence. Moses served as a mentor for new international students at ASU through the Global Guide volunteer program ? helping students settle into the ASU community seamlessly. He currently works with multiple radio stations in Nigeria through the Greetings from America Radio Program to provide information and guidance for prospective Nigerian students who would like to study abroad. Moses likes to watch soccer games and take bike rides for fun.