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Sipka

My general research interest is immune regulation in dairy cows with a focus on the innate immune response in mastitis and metritis, 2 of the economically most important disease complexes in dairy cattle. The ...
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Stokol

Tracy Stokol

I work on links between hemostasis, immunity and cancer and infectious diseases, particularly equine herpes virus type-1 in horses.

Van de Walle

Gerlinde Van de Walle

The objective of Dr. Gerlinde Van de Walle’s research is to open up new avenues towards therapeutic intervention by better understanding the pathogenesis of diseases important to veterinary and human medicine. To this end, ...
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Whittaker

Gary Whittaker

The structure and function of viral envelope proteins, how genomic mutations lead to changes in the envelope proteins and control viral pathogenesis in influenza viruses and coronaviruses,SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and feline coronaviruses; novel vaccines and ...
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Parker

John Parker

My lab is interested in host-cell-virus interactions. We primarily study mammalian orthoreoviruses. Current projects include: mechanisms of viral compartmentalization and commandeering of the host translational machinery; viral mechanisms of counteracting the innate immune response; ...
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Parrish

Colin Parrish

We study viruses of animals, focusing on those that have jumped from one host to another. The main subjects of study include the canine parvovirus, which emerged in 1978 to cause a pandemic in ...
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Rudd

Brian Rudd

My lab is focused on understanding basic principles of immunity against infection and age-related changes that alter immune responses in early life. We also are interested in determining how environmental factors (maternal diet, microbiome, ...
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Russell

David Russell

We study the biology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and HIV-1 infections in the context of our evolving appreciation of myeloid cell heterogeneity in vivo. Our studies extend to human subject analysis in Malawi and South ...
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Schimenti

John Schementi

My lab studies mechanisms of genome maintenance and consequences of genome instability. Such consequences include cancer, cellular senescence, impacts on stem cells, and lethal levels of inflammation.