Deborah Mosca, PhD
Dr. Mosca is the Chief Executive Officer of the Marine Bio-Technologies Center of Innovation. She has 31 years of experience in biotech research and commercial organizations. As the CEO, Deb Mosca is responsible for creating the business strategy to help commercialize marine bio-technologies from North Carolina’s vast network of premier marine research institutions. Part of the strategy is the cultivation of a collaborative environment among universities, businesses, funding agencies, economic development agencies, marine biotech research advisory groups throughout North Carolina as well as national and international partners to deliver economic benefits statewide.
Previously she served as the Vice President of Project Management at PaxVax, Inc. in San Diego, CA. There, she obtained $24 million in National Institute of Health funding to develop an Anthrax vaccine and $9.5 million for an HIV vaccine. Prior to that, she served as the Senior Director of Business Development at The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, where she was responsible for executing the business plan for Scripps Florida. Dr. Mosca has also held positions as a research biologist, group leader for American Cyanamid Co., Senior Director of Microbiology for IntraBiotics Pharmaceuticals, Vice President of Drug Development for Elitra Pharmaceuticals, and Vice President for Research & Preclinical Development at Nereus Pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Mosca obtained a B.S. in Genetics from Cornell University, and a Ph.D. in Biology from State University of New York, Buffalo.
Connect with MBCOI on LinkedIn
Applied Resource Management, PC is an established and highly respected IGSHPA certified geothermal contractor, NC certified water well drilling contractor, and licensed environmental consultant. We specialize in geothermal heating and cooling, water supply, soil remediation, local geology and hydrogeology, as well as brownfields site assessment and dewatering.