Jay Nelson, Ph.D.
Research interests: CMV, WNV, and HIV virology and pathobiology
Louis Picker, M.D.
Research interests: Human and primate T cell biology, immunologic memory, and vaccine development
Nancy Haigwood, PhD
Director, Oregon National Primate Research Center
Research interests: HIV pathogenesis and immune control, with a focus on neutralizing antibodies in vaccines and mother-to-child transmission.
Klaus Früh, Ph.D.
Research interests: HHV8 virology and pathobiology, functional genomics, host pathogen interaction: particularly viral Immune modulation
Works with the following viral families: Herpesviruses (cytomegalovirus, Kaposi’s sarcoma associated virus), Poxviruses (Cowpox, Monkeypox), Flaviviruses (West Nile Virus, Dengue Virus)
Michael Axthelm, DVM, Ph.D.
Ashlee Moses, Ph.D.
Research interests: Viral pathogenesis; anti-viral defense; HHV8, HIV, WNV
Scott W. Wong, Ph.D.
Research interests: Viral pathogenesis and therapeutic development
Victor DeFilippis Ph.D.
Research interests: Activation and evasion of innate immune responses by viral pathogens
Dan Streblow, Ph.D.
Research interests: CMV pathogenesis and transplantation
Patrizia Caposio, Ph.D.
Research interests: CMV pathogenesis, vascular diseases, and angiogenesis
Haesun Park, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Research interests: Microbial pathogenesis and vaccine development.
Ilhem Messaoudi Ph.D.
Research interests: Impact of age, menopause and nutrition on immune function and immune response to viral infection and vaccination
Jonah Sacha Ph.D.
Research interests: T cell biology, Retroviruses, Vaccine development.
Janet L. Douglas Ph.D.
Research interests: Mechanisms of enveloped virus egress and evasion of host innate immune restrictions
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