Ted Ross PhD
GRA Eminent Scholar
- PhD (1996) Microbiology & Immunology, Vanderbilt University
- MS (1989) Microbiology, University of Arkansas
- BS (1986) Zoology, University of Arkansas
1. Development of Broadly Reactive Vaccines using computationally optimized broadly reactive antigen (COBRA) modeling. Influenza, HIV, Dengue.
2. Modeling Immunity to Biodefense agents and influenza.
3. Influenza VLP-based vaccines for seasonal and pandemic influenza.
4. Pathogenicity/Genomic Modeling of influenza infection in adult and elderly ferrets, and humans.
5. Evaluation of human clinical samples following influenza vaccination.
6. Development of tetravalent Dengue VLP-based vaccines.
7. Development of VLPs for RVFV and CCHFV.
8. Multiclade Consensus Env VLP AIDS vaccine.
9. Using Consensus Env Sequences to broaden immunity.
10. Using C3d adjuvants in a DNA vaccine to enhance the immunogenicity to HIV/SIV, RVFV, Dengue, West Nile, Chikungunya virus envelopes.
11. Development and testing pandemic H5N1, H1N1, H7N9 subtypes.
- 1989: Gradaute Student Reseach Award, University of Arkansas
- 1993-1995: National Research Service Award, Vanderbilt University, School of Medicine
- 1996: Sidney P. Colowick Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Achievement, Vanderbilt University, School of Medicine
- 2003: Appreciation of Outstanding Medical Student Teaching, East Carolina University, School of Medicine
- 2008: Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Award
- 2013: Fellow-International Society for Vaccines