Faculty of Science and Technology

Mosse, Jenny (A/Prof)

Email: jennifer.mosse@federation.edu.au  Associate Professor Jenny Mosse

Room: 2W258

Phone: 5122 6246

Biography

Jennifer Mosse has research interests in molecular virology, in particular studying the expression of negative sense genes in HIV-1, and investigation mechanisms of drug resistance in influenza viruses. Her undergraduate teaching areas include biochemistry and molecular biology.
 
Jennifer has a long-standing interest in science education, including the development of innovative methods for flexible delivery of science programs to remote students. Jennifer is committed to expanding educational opportunities for local students and currently leads the Gippsland Access and Participation project.

Qualifications

  • Graduate Certificate in Higher Education - Monash University 2000
  • Master of Biotech - Monash University 1992
  • Bachelor of Education - Monash University 1980
  • Diploma of Education - University of Melbourne College of Advanced Education Year 1975
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) University of Melbourne 1974

Postgraduate research supervisions

Current supervision

Program of study (Doctorate by research)

  • Thesis title: Cellular recruitment and antigen trafficking in response to vaccine adjuvants.
  • Supervisors: Piedrafita, D (Joint-co), Law, H (Joint), Mosse, J (Associate), Sandeman, M (Associate).

Program of study (Masters by research)

  • Thesis title: Comparison of influenza transmission models in the domestic ferret.
  • Supervisors: Mosse, J (Main), Barr, I (Associate), Hurt, A (Associate).

Program of study: (Doctorate by research)

  • Thesis title: Genetic investigation of the koala population in the Strzelecki bioregion using DNA from scats.
  • Supervisors: Mosse, J (Joint-co), Hogan, F (Joint), Wright, W (Associate), Isaac, B (Associate).

Program of study: (Doctorate by research)

  • Thesis title: Investigating aspects of the immune response to human influenza in the ferret model..
  • Supervisors: Mosse, J (Main).

Completed supervision

Student: Barbagallo, M.

  • Thesis title: Post-transcriptional regulation of HIV-1 asp: potential control by a series of short open reading frames. (PhD) 2014.
  • Supervisors: Mosse, J (Main), Deacon, N (Associate)

Student: Hurt, A.

  • Thesis title: Neuraminidase inhibitor resistance in influenza viruses. (PhD) 2009.
  • Supervisors: Mosse, J (Joint-Co), Barr, I (Joint).

Student: Oh, D.

  • Thesis title: The isolation, characterisation and application of a population of highly immunosuppressive bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stromal cells in autoimmune disease. (PhD) 2012.
  • Supervisors: Mosse, J (Main), Chan, J (Associate), Toh, B (Associate).

Publications

Book chapters

Mosse, J., Wright, W., 2010, Acquisition of laboratory skills by on-campus and distance education students, in Accessible Elements, eds Dietmar Kennepohl and Lawton Shaw, AU Press, Edmonton Canada, pp. 109-129.

Mosse, J., 2010, Genes, in Understanding Pathophysiology, eds Judy Craft, Christopher Gordon and Adriana Tiziani, Elsevier, Chatswood NSW Australia, pp. 77-90.

Mosse, J., Craft, J., 2010, Genes, genetic diseases and the environment, in Understanding Pathophysiology, eds Judy Craft, Christopher Gordon and Adriana Tiziani, Elsevier, Chatswood NSW Australia, pp. 1145-1169.

Journal articles

Guarnaccia, T., Carolan, L.A., Maurer-Stroh, S., Lee, R.T.C., Job, E.R., Reading, P.C., Petrie, S., McCaw, J., McVernon, J., Hurt, A.C., Kelso, A., Mosse, J.A., Barr, I.G., Laurie, K.L., 2013, Antigenic drift of the pandemic 2009 A(H1N1) influenza virus in a ferret model, PLoS Pathogens [E], vol 9, issue 5, Public Library of Science, United States, pp. 1-18.

Wedrowicz, F., Karsa, M.M., Mosse, J.A., Hogan, F.E., 2013, Reliable genotyping of the koala (Phascolarctos cincereus) using DNA isolated from a single faecal pellet, Molecular Ecology Resources [E], vol 13, issue 4, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom, pp. 634-641.

Sheehan, G.R., Mosse, J.A., 2013, Working with science teachers to transform the opportunity landscape for regional and rural youth: a qualitative evaluation of the science in schools program, Australian Journal of Teacher Education [P], vol 38, issue 1, Social Science Press, Australia, pp. 75-96.

Barbagallo, M.S., Birch, K.E., Deacon, N.J., Mosse, J.A., 2012, Potential control of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 asp expression by alternative splicing in the upstream untranslated region, DNA and Cell Biology [P], vol 31, issue 7, Mary Anne Liebert, Inc. Publishers, United States, pp. 1303-1313.

Oh, D.Y., Cui, P., Hosseini, H., Mosse, J.A., Toh, B., Chan, M.K.J., 2012, Potently immunosuppressive 5-fluorouracil-resistant mesenchymal stromal cells completely remit an experimental autoimmune disease, Journal Of Immunology [P], vol 188, issue 5, American Association of Immunologists, United States, pp. 2207-2217.

Panther, B.C., Wright, W., Mosse, J.A., 2012, Providing a flexible learning environment: are on-line lectures the answer?, International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education [E], vol 20, issue 1, Institute for Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, Australia, pp. 71-82.

Hurt, A., Nor'e, S., McCaw, J., Fryer, H., Mosse, J., McLean, A., Barr, I., 2010, Assessing the viral fitness of oseltamivir-resistant influenza viruses in ferrets, using a competitive-mixtures model, Journal Of Virology [P], vol 84, issue 18, American Socitey for Microbiology, USA, pp. 9427-9438.

Schliephake, K., Mosse, J., 2010, Practicum and work experience in microbiology and related disciplines, Microbiology Australia [P], vol 31, issue 1, The Australian Society for Microbiology Inc, Australia, pp. 27-29.

Oh, D.Y., Barr, I.G., Mosse, J.A., Laurie, K.L., 2008, MDCK-SIAT1 cells show improved isolation rates for recent human influenza viruses compared to conventional MDCK cells, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, vol 46, issue 7, American Society for Microbiology, USA, pp. 2189-2194.

Ho, H., Hurt, A.C.G., Mosse, J.A., Barr, I.G., 2007, Neuraminidase inhibitor drug susceptibility differs between influenza N1 and N2 neuraminidase following mutagenesis of two conserved residues, Antiviral Research, vol 76, issue 3, Elsevier, Netherlands, pp. 263-266.

Cheam, A., Barr, I., Hampson, A., Mosse, J., Hurt, A., 2004, In vitro generation and characterisation of an influenza B variant with reduced sensitivity to neuraminidase inhibitors, Antiviral Research [P], vol 63, Elsevier BV, Netherlands, pp. 177-181.

Cheam, A.L., Barr, I.G., Hampson, A.W., Mosse, J.A., Hurt, A.C., 2004, In vitro generation and characterisation of an influenza B variant with reduced sensitivity to neuraminidase inhibitors, Antiviral Research, vol 63, issue 3, Elsevier, Amsterdam The Netherlands, pp. 177-181.

Conference proceedings

Sheehan, G.R., Mosse, J.A., 2012, Regional university-community engagement in mathematics and science; challenging culture, shifting questions and changing the approach, Engagement Australia Conference Next steps: Community Engaged Learning, Engagement Australia, NSW, Australia, pp. 32-33.

Larkins, J., Mosse, J., Chapman, B., 2011, Is the evolution of biochemistry texts decreasing fitness? A case study of pedagogical error in bioenergetics, Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education 2011 (The 17th Annual UniServe Science Conference), 28 September 2011 to 30 September 2011, UniServe Science, Sydney NSW Australia, pp. 187-192.

Mosse, J., Panther, B., Wright, W., 2011, Off-campus learning: what do students want?, Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education 2011 (The 17th Annual UniServe Science Conference) Teaching for diversity - challenges & strategies, 28 September 2011 to 30 September 2011, UniServe Science, Sydney NSW Australia, pp. 205-210.

Panther, B., Mosse, J., Wright, W., 2011, Recorded lectures don't replace the 'real thing': what the students say, Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science & Mathematics Education 2011 (The 17th Annual UniServe Science Conference), 28 September 2011 to 30 September 2011, UniServe Science, Sydney NSW Australia, pp. 127-132.

Chapman, J., Mosse, J., Larkins, J., 2011, The probability isotherm: an intuitive non-equilibrium thermodynamic framework for biochemical kinetics, Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science & Mathematics Education 2011, 28-30 September 2011, UniServe Science (The University of Sydney), NSW, Australia, pp. 169-174.

Elliott, J., Gopalkrishnan, C., Sheehan, G., Mosse, J., Owens, J., Hardcastle, L., Richardson, B., 2010, Evaluating university outreach programs as a means to address the under representation of low SES, rural and remote students, Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Student Equity in Higher Education National Conference: Aspiration, Mobility, Voice, 11 October 2010 to 12 October 2010, NCSEHE University of South Australia, Adelaide SA Australia, p. 23.

Panther, B., Mosse, J., Green, A., 2010, Gippsland access and participation project: chemistry outreach activities, Proceedings of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute's 13th National Convention in conjunction with the 12th IUPAC International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry, 4 July 2010 to 8 July 2010, ASN Events, Balnarring Vic Australia, p. 60.

Barbagallo, M., Mosse, J., Deacon, N., 2010, Regulation of the negative sense HIV-1 vpo by an upstream sORF region, Abstracts of papers presented at the 2010 meeting on Translational Control, 13 September 2010 to 17 September 2010, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York USA, p. 36.

Oh, D.Y., Cui, P., Mosse, J.A., Toh, B., Chan, M.K.J., 2009, Highly purified mouse mesenchymal stem cells exhibit equal potential in non-hematopoietic differentiation and enhanced immunosuppressive ability, International Society for Stem Cell Research: ISSCR 7th Annual Meeting; The world's premier stem cell research event; Friday Poster Session Abstracts, 8 July 2009 to 11 July 2009, ISSCR, Deerfield Illinois USA, p. 252.

Barbagallo, M.S., Lucas, K., Deacon, N.J., Mosse, J.A., 2009, Negative sense transcription in HIV-1: alternative splicing in the upstream UTR, Australian Virology Group: 5th Australian Virology group Meeting, 13 Dec 2009 to 17 Dec 2009, CSL, Lorne Vic Australia, p. 79.

Barbagallo, M.S., Mosse, J.A., Deacon, N.J., 2008, Localization of HIV-1 Vpo to the secretory compartments of the cell, AIDS 2008: XVII International AIDS Conference, 3 August 2008 to 8 August 2008, International AIDS Society, Geneva Switzerland, p. 61.

Ernest, J.R., Poo, Y.S., Barr, I.G., Deng, Y.M., Mosse, J.A., Laurie, K.L., 2008, The use of SIRNA to investigate gene expression and infectivity of influenza viruses, Australian Society for Immunology: 38th Annual Scientific Meeting: Immunological Challenges of the 21st Century, 7 December 2008 to 11 December 2008, John Wiley & Sons, Brisbane Qld Australia, pp. 188-189.

Oh, D.Y., Barr, I.G., Mosse, J.A., Laurie, K.L., 2007, Analysis of an alternative cell line for the isolation and propagation of human influenza viruses, Abstract and Delegate Information: Australian Virology Group 4th Australian Virology Group Meeting, 09 December 2007 to 13 December 2007, ASN Pty Ltd, Balnarring Vic Australia, p. 93.

Schliephake, K., Mosse, J.A., 2007, Benefits of industry sponsored undergraduate science projects, ASM 2007 Adelaide Program and Abstracts Book: Fermenting New Ideas, 9 July 2007 to 13 July 2007, Cambridge Publishing, West Leederville SA Australia, p. 144.

Barbagallo, M.S., Deacon, N.J., Mosse, J.A., 2007, Negative sense transcripts n HIV-1: The role and regulation of vpo/VPO, IAS 2007: 4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention incorporating the 19th ASHM Conference, 22 July 2007 to 25 July 2007, IAS, Geneva Switzerland, p. 160.

Ernest, J.R., Barr, I.G., Deng, Y.M., Mosse, J.A., Laurie, K.L., 2007, The use of SIRNA to investigate gene expression and infectivity of influenza viruses, Australian Society for Immunology: 37th Annual Scientific Meeting, John Wiley & Sons, Brisbane Qld Australia, p. 190.

Cheam, A.L., Barr, I.G., Mosse, J.A., Hampson, A.W., Hurt, A.C., 2004, Chacterisation of an influenza B variant selected with the neuraminidase inhibitor zanamivir, International Congress Series, 07 October 2003 to 11 October 2003, Elsevier BV, Amsterdam The Netherlands, pp. 122-125.