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*Members of the Graduate Faculty are available as mentors to graduate students.
Bernard P. Arulanandam, Ph.D., M.B.A.
The identification of novel therapeutic/prophylactic vaccine strategies and combinatorial antimicrobial therapies are of continued interest in the field of public health.
*Garry T. Cole, Ph.D.
Development of human and veterinary vaccines against fungal diseases
*Luis D. Giavedoni, Ph.D.
Innate and adaptive immune responses to vaccines and viral infections; SIV pathogenesis and vaccine development
*Anthony Griffiths, Ph.D.
Herpesvirus latency and pathogenesis; herpes B virus; zoonoses; microRNAs; vaccine development; antiviral agents; BSL-4
*Andrew Hayhurst , Ph.D.
Work in my laboratory is primarily concerned with developing disruptive technologies for the detection and inhibition of high consequence pathogens and toxins.
*Karl E. Klose, Ph.D.
Molecular mechanisms of Vibrio cholerae and Francisella tularensis
pathogenesis; transcription regulation; biodefense and food-borne disease vaccine development
*Robert E. Lanford, Ph.D.
Molecular biology and pathogenesis hepatitis B virus, and hepatitis C virus
*Jean L. Patterson, Ph.D.
Molecular Biology of RNA viruses and development of Anthrax therapeutics
Jose L. Lopez-Ribot, Ph.D.
My laboratory studies the opportunistic pathogenic fungus Candida albicans.
*Judy M. Teale, Ph.D.
Immunobiology, immunology and pathogenesis of neurocysticercosis, immune response to Francisella tularensis