Richard Lamb

Richard Lamb, Ph.D. is a member of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology and the Department of Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy in the Colleges of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy. He is currently the director of the Neurocognition Science Laboratory at the University of Georgia. He earned his Ph.D. from George […]

Michael Broich

Lucinda (Cindy) Dixon

Dr. Dixon is a graduate of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, she completed an equine medical and surgical internship. She has worked in both small and mixed animal private practice and is a certified veterinary acupuncturist. In addition, she has over a decade of experience in […]

Tori Rudolph

Thomas Gaddy

Valerie Ryman

Bryana Bush

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Lok Raj Joshi

Yuanxin Chen

Cosar Uzun

Girija Regmi

Syed Islam

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Ricardo Mendes

Before joining UGA, Dr. Mendes worked as a full professor in a University in Brazil, Instituto Federal Catarinense (IFC), Concórdia, Santa Catarina state, and has been granted several research grants at federal and state levels. He has a strong background in veterinary pathology, starting with a Master’s degree in this […]

Devanjan Dey

Lucas Demey

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Mackenzie Long

After completing her DVM training at the University of Georgia in 2018, Dr. Mackenzie Long received her PhD and veterinary clinical pathology boards certification while training at The Ohio State University. Dr. Long is passionate about enhancing veterinary oncology diagnostics and treatment. She is particularly interested in better characterizing and targeting resistance […]

Katie Metcalf

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Mekala Sundaram

Dr. Sundaram is a new Assistant Professor appointed by Infectious Diseases and the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory. A quantitative ecologist by training, she began her academic path at the University of Mumbai where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Life Sciences and Biochemistry. Her love of ecology led […]

Akaterina Davros

Ethan Stinchcomb

Adam Edge

Juliana Calil brondani

Isha Mhatre winters

Jacob Boos

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Dr. Allenspach is a clinician-scientist and has been employed as a faculty in academia for the last 20 years. Dr. Allenspach has a current H-index of 43 with over 5,700 citations and 230 publications. She has broad background in small animal internal medicine (Diplomate European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine […]

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Leigh Anne Clark

Dr. Leigh Anne Clark earned her doctoral degree in 2004 from the College of VeterinaryvMedicine at Texas A&M University studying exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in Germanvshepherd dogs. After graduation, she remained in the Department of Pathobiology as a Research Assistant Professor, investigating the genetics of dermatomyositis in Collies and Shetland sheepdogs […]

Shiquan Cui

Tatum Mortimer

Tatum Mortimer

As bacterial pathogens become increasingly resistant to antimicrobials, new interventions are needed to manage their spread in human and animal populations. My lab is focused on uncovering the mechanisms of adaptation that contribute to pathogen success. We use computational tools alongside microbial whole genome sequencing data to reconstruct pathogen transmission, […]

Paulo Gomes filho

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Jonathan Mochel

Dr. Jon P. Mochel obtained his Veterinary Medical Degree from the National Veterinary School of Alfort (Paris, France). He completed his Doctorate studying Neurosciences in collaboration with the College de France and received the Silver Medal from Paris XII for his work. Dr. Mochel holds a MS in Pharmacology and […]

Meghan Fick

Douglas Paton

Plasmodium falciparum, the causative agent of malaria, is a deadly parasite that is spread through the bite of Anopheles mosquitoes. My lab is committed to developing new and novel ways to reduce global malaria burden, and studies the interaction of Plasmodium parasites with their Anopheles mosquito host, with an emphasis […]

Bryan Torres

Bryan Torres

Rachel Pfeifle

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Jayshree Samanta

Blake Billmyre

Human fungal pathogens cause more than 1.5 million deaths annually. In particular, Cryptococcus species are responsible for life threatening meningitis and kill nearly 200,000 people a year. There are only three classes of effective antifungal drugs available to treat Cryptococcus and developing new drugs is difficult because many potential antifungal […]

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Jason Richardson

Gregory Phillips

Education & Background Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL, B.A.(1979) Biological Sciences Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL, M.A. (1981) Microbiology University of Georgia, Athens, GA , Ph.D. (1987) Genetics Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Postdoctoral Fellow (1990) Molecular Biology College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, Assistant Professor (1993) Biology Iowa State […]

Hui Zhang

Grazieli Maboni

Grazieli Maboni is the Section Head of the Microbiology and Molecular diagnostic laboratories at the Athens Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and is an Assistant Professor in Infectious Diseases at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Grazieli is a veterinarian and is board-certified in bacteriology/mycology and virology. Her experience spans diagnostics, research, and […]

Sarah Wheat

Shaolin Liu

Dan Zhao

Meigeng Hu

Dax Ovid

Discipline-Based Education Researcher Science Faculty with Education Specialties Trained in Reproductive Neuroendocrinology First-generation college going  

Meghan Seabolt

Amber Harris

Hillary Hammond

Hillary Hammond

Bryce Miller

Dr. Bryce Miller is a board-certified, faculty pathologist in both the Department of Pathology and the Infectious Diseases Laboratory (IDL), which is based in the Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Miller is a member of the UGA Zoo and Exotic Animal Pathology Service (ZEAPS), which is a […]

Nicole Jones

S. Nicole Jones

Nicole joined the CVM in September 2022 as the Assessment and Accreditation Coordinator for the DVM program. Prior to this role, she worked 14 years in higher education (academic advising / student success and program evaluation / assessment) and 5 years in the federal government (qualitative data collection & analysis). […]

Ania Majewska

Jarrod Call

Alex Rosenberg

Dr. Alex Rosenberg is a trained molecular microbiologist and parasitologist. His research program focused on the interaction of the apicomplexan intracellular parasite Toxoplasma gondii and its mammalian host. This fascinating microorganism is able to invade any nucleated cell, block phagosome acidification, inhibit interferon response, prevent cell death, and grow rapidly […]

Daniel Peach

Mosquitoes are the world’s deadliest animals, but they have a secret life that doesn’t involve biting us. It’s this whole secret life, that includes everything from mosquito pollination to the non-human animals they feed on to mosquito-mosquito competition to how they find each other to mate, that fascinates me and […]

Eniope Oluwayinka

Michelle Coleman

Michelle Coleman

Staci Cannon

M.A. McCrackin

Karthick Chennakesavan

Angie Mcdaniel

Brian Sutherland

Arthi Kanthasamy

Anumantha Kanthasamy

Huajun Jin

Grant Crane

Samantha Schlemmer

Sarah E. Everett

Sarah Schneider

Lilian Oliveira

Ellen Haynes

Catherine Vetter

Binu Velayudhan

Binu Velayudhan is the Director of Athens Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases in the College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a veterinarian and a board-certified virologist. Dr. Velayudhan earned his PhD in infectious diseases from the University of Minnesota, and an MBA from Texas Tech University. […]

Caitlin Burrell

Dr. Caitlin Burrell is a faculty pathologist and research scientist on the UGA Zoo and Exotic Animal Pathology Service (ZEAPS) team, where she provides diagnostic support for veterinarians working with nondomestic species. Prior to joining ZEAPS, Dr. Burrell was a wildlife pathologist for the Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study at […]

Jeffrey Sanford

Whitney Hinson

Allison K. Dockery

Allison K. Dockery

Dr. Allison Dockery is an avid horse enthusiast that grew up competing and training Hunter Jumpers in San Diego, California and then went on to compete in both the English and Western show ring. She attended California Polytechnic State University where she obtained her B.S. in Animal Science, followed by […]

Katie Ellis

Jacqueline Parr

Dr. Parr, a 2009 graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) and Board Certified Veterinary Nutritionist® with the American College of Veterinary Nutrition, joined the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020 as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Nutrition. In her role, Dr. Parr leads the Small Animal […]

Valentine Verpaalen

Lauren Markovic

Erin Graham

Richard Tuckfield

Chester Joyner

Dr. Chet Joyner is a trained immunologist and parasitologist. His research program focuses on understanding the biology of Plasmodium vivax, malaria immunology and pathogenesis, and the biology of B cells and plasma cells. The ultimate goals of his research is to use cutting-edge technologies to help development new treatments and […]

Ebru Karpuzoglu Belgin

Lei Yin

Claudio Afonso

Jonathan Towner

Raquel Rech

Terry Ng

Amelia Woolums

Arun Kulkarni

Egbert Mundt

Guillermo Zavala

Hector Cervantes

Ivan Alvarado

J Day

Jose Bruzual

Martin Smeltzer

Peter Holt

Richard Buhr

Robert Owen

Samantha Gibbs

Randy Eggleston

Maricarmen Garcia

Moges Woldemariam

Jo Smith

Jo Smith

Joerg Mayer

Andrew Moorhead

Patti Miller

Daniela Rajao

Dr. Rajao is an assistant professor within the Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center in the Department of Population Health, at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Rajao is also affiliated with the Center for Vaccines and Immunology. Dr. Rajao’s current research focuses on understanding the molecular elements involved with host […]

Kathryn Diehl

Evan White

Hind Yahyaoui Azami

Hind Yahyaoui Azami is an early-career researcher in the field of infectious diseases, with 10 years’ cumulative post-graduate experience in the epidemiology of zoonotic diseases. She has carried out research in Morocco and Switzerland and possess strong skills in managing international knowledge networks, research partnerships and program development in the […]

Shannon Hostetter

Shannon Jones Hostetter

Brittany McHale

Christopher Cleveland

John Fischer

Bianca Lourenço

Melinda Brindley

Dr. Melinda Brindley is a molecular virologist, with expertise in positive and negative sense RNA viruses. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Iowa studying how Ebola virus and equine infectious anemia virus enters host cells. As a postdoc at Emory University, she characterized how the measles virus glycoprotein […]

Karen A. Norris

Karen Norris, PhD, received her doctorate in biomedical sciences and microbiology from Wright State University School of Medicine and completed post-doctoral training at The Scripps Research Institute. Dr. Norris was appointed as Assistant Professor in Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry at the University of Pittsburgh, then joined the newly formed Department […]

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Valerie Moorman

Jesse Hostetter

Dr. Hostetter is the Barry G. Harmon Professor and Head of the Department of Pathology in the College of Veterinary Medicine. He also is the Executive Director of the Tifton and Athens Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories. In these positions he is responsible for all aspects of the service, teaching and research […]

Yung-Yi Mosley

BVM, MS, PhD, Diplomate ACVM Dr. Mosley is from Taiwan where she earned her Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Science from National Chung Hsing University. Later she got her PhD degree from Purdue University in Virology & Vaccinology. She is a board certified Veterinary Microbiologist with experience of […]

Colleen Sheridan

Cassan Pulaski

Nicolle Barbieri

Dr. Barbieri is an assistant professor in the Department of Population Health at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She is specialized in Extra-intestinal pathogenic E. coli (ExPEC) – which encompass avian pathogenic Escherichia coli (APEC), Uropathogenic E. coli (UPEC) and Neonatal meningitis E. coli (NMEC). She has […]

Karen M. Wells

Karen M. Wells

Nikki Shariat

Nikki Shariat

Paul A. Eubig

Paul A. Eubig

Sara E. Gonzalez

Michaela G. Austel

Sherry Clouser

Sherry Clouser

Dr. Clouser is a 2005 graduate of the University of Georgia Department of Adult Education and joined the CVM in 2018 after 19 years at the UGA Center for Teaching and Learning. Her professional interests include new models for curriculum in veterinary medical education, online and hybrid designs for faculty […]

Daniel Sakai

Daniel Sakai

Catherine Logue

Catherine Logue

Dr. Logue specializes in the detection and characterization of foodborne pathogens from food animal sources and has extensive research programs in pathogens of human and animal health; antimicrobial resistance; Food Safety and bacterial pathogenesis of poultry and poultry production. She has published extensively in research areas including, Salmonella, Campylobacter, Staphylococcus […]

Justin Bahl

My research interests span the ecology, evolution, population dynamics, and molecular epidemiology of emerging infectious diseases. I am primarily interested in viral disease systems, such as influenza A virus, where transmission at individual (including between host species), population and global scales are difficult to observe or quantify.

Ankita Garg

Ankita Garg

Dr. Garg received Ph.D. in Medical Microbiology from Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Science, India, followed by postdoctoral training from the University of Texas Health Science Center and the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Garg also spent a few years in the R&D divisions of pharmaceutical companies where […]

Nicole Nemeth

Nicole Nemeth

Jenny Nicholds

Jenny Nicholds

Karen Grogan

Karen Grogan

Robyn Ellerbrock

Wendy Watford

Wendy Watford

Inflammation is necessary for efficient pathogen clearance, but inappropriate inflammation contributes to the pathogenesis of infectious and autoimmune diseases. The focus of the Watford lab is to gain a better understanding of immunoregulatory networks, especially at pulmonary and gastrointestinal barriers that represent major sites for pathogen entry. Current efforts are […]

Balazs Rada

My laboratory studies mechanisms of respiratory innate immunity supporting immune responses to pathogens or underlying pathogeneses of lung diseases. The first major project focuses on cystic fibrosis lung disease and studies host-pathogen interactions between neutrophils and respiratory pathogens, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus and Mycobacterium abscessus. The second main project investigates […]

Eric Harvill

Eric Harvill

Eric T. Harvill completed his Ph.D in Immunology at UCLA in 1996 and postdoctoral studies in Microbial Pathogenesis. He has served the National Academies, NIH, USDA, DOD and other agencies in a variety of capacities and has served on many national and international review panels and editorial boards. He advanced […]

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Lisa K. Nolan

Hemant Naikare

I am a board certified diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists with twenty years of experience in the field of diagnostic microbiology: classical and conventional methodologies to detect diseases of livestock, companion animals, zoonotic diseases, food safety, antimicrobial resistance and public health. Currently, I am a tenured Professor […]

Kristina Meichner

Dennis Kyle

Department of Cellular Biology profile

Brandy Burgess

Whitney Rabacal

Whitney Rabacal

Whitney Rabacal obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College (Brunswick, ME) in 2006 and then worked as a research assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston, MA) in the laboratory Dr. Vicki Rubin Kelley from 2016-2010, focusing on models of autoimmune kidney disease. In 2016, Dr. Rabacal then received her […]

Britt Thevelein

Brian Beasley

Brian Beasley

Ashutosh Pathak

I am interested in determining how parasite fitness is shaped by interactions with host(s) and environment. Questions that motivate my research include: 1) How do biotic and abiotic factors regulate dynamics of parasite populations within and between hosts? 2) To what extent do parasites and their hosts vary naturally in […]

Janet Grimes

Janet Grimes

Dr. Grimes is an Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine and completed a rotating internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at the Texas A&M University College of […]

Travis Laver

Rachel Reed

Erin M. Beasley

Erin M. Beasley

Clare Ryan

Clare Ryan

Michael Perlini

Joseph Bartges

A native of West Virginia, I am a graduate of Marshall University and received my DVM from The University of Georgia in 1987. After receiving my DVM, I completed an internship, dual residency in internal medicine and nutrition, a PhD, and a post-doctoral position at the University of Minnesota in […]

Mandy Wallace

Mandy Wallace

Dr. Mandy Wallace is an Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at the University of Georgia. She is a 2010 graduate of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine and completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Colorado State University in 2011. She was the PennHIP research […]

Tim Burg

Daniel R. Rissi

Karen J.L. Burg

Honored with a 2022 U.S. Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring for her work with underrepresented groups to develop fully the Nation’s human resources in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Karen J.L. Burg is the Harbor Lights Chair of Biomedical Research in the Department of Small […]

Carmen Herrera

Throughout my professional career, my main research goal has been to contribute significantly in the field of microbial sciences concentrating on the study of pathogenic bacteria. The Trent Lab is interested in uncovering the molecular mechanisms required for assembly and maintenance of membranes in Gram-negative bacteria. Working as member of […]

Daniel R. Perez

Frane Banovic

Frane Banovic

Frane Banovic, DVM, PhD, DECVD, is an Associate Professor of Veterinary Dermatology in the Department for Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine. He also holds an appointment as an Adjunct Professor at the School of Medicine, Emory University, USA and Faculty of […]

Krzysztof Czaja

Dr. Ted Ross

Ted M. Ross

M. Stephen Trent

Understanding the bacterial cell envelope provides valuable insights for two crucial areas: the discovery of new antibiotics and the understanding of microbe-host interactions. The cell envelope serves as a prime target for antibiotic development, as its unique components and processes can be exploited to disrupt bacterial growth and survival. By […]

Pejman Rohani

Odum School of Ecology profile

Richard Hall

Richard Hall

Odum School of Ecology profile

Yyan Lin

Yuan Lin

I have been investigating virus-host interactions, focusing on the roles of host proteins in regulating virus replication.

Dawn Clarke

Dawn Clarke

María Ferrer

James Stanton

James Stanton

Jesse R. Schank

Koichi Nagata

Spencer Johnston

Spencer Johnston

Susan Sanchez

Dr. Susan Sanchez is a tenured Department of Infectious Diseases professor and the University of Georgia Curriculum Committee Chair. She has received numerous microbiology, research, mentoring, and teaching awards. Her former students occupy prominent science positions nationally and internationally. Dr. Sanchez is a member of the Council of Councils at […]

Susan M. Williams

Andrew Parks

Chad Schmiedt

Chad Schmiedt

Dr. Chad Schmiedt received his DVM from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000.  Following five years of post-graduate surgical training at the University of Tennessee, the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a two year clinical instructorship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, […]

Monique S. França

Nicole Northrup

Nicole Northrup

Jarred M. Williams

Michele Barletta

Tai L. Guo

Tai L. Guo

Leticia Dantas

Leticia Dantas

Holly S. Sellers

Renee Barber

Renee Barber

Brian Jordan

Roberto A. Palomares

Roberto A. Palomares

I was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela, a very warm, colorful, coastal city with cultural and geographical importance for the development of the region. With no doubts, one of the most beautiful countries on the planet, not only for the natural and economic resources, but also for our lovely and diverse […]

Emmanuel Rollin

Emmanuel Rollin

Bradley Dale Heins

Bradley Dale Heins

Dr. Heins has lived in various regions of the United States and has a diverse background as a veterinary for beef, swine, and dairy operations as well as prior experience working in small animal medicine.  Having grown up in rural Georgia, Dr. Heins sees the importance of mentoring students to […]

Michael W. Overton

Roy Berghaus

Roy Berghaus

Mark Ruder

Rebecca Poulson

Michael J. Yabsley

Daniel G. Mead

Sonia M. Hernandez

Corey Saba

Corey Saba

Dr. Corey Saba is a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine.  She completed her medical oncology residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been employed by the University of Georgia since 2006.  She has been actively involved in the design and execution of over 40 clinical […]

Branson Ritchie

Jane Quandt

Jane Quandt

Marc Kent

Marc Kent

Kate Myrna

Kate Myrna

Amie Koenig

Amie Koenig

Stephen Divers

Stephen Divers graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 1994. He obtained his Certificate and Diploma in Zoological Medicine from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), and is a recognized Specialist in Zoo & Wildlife Medicine and a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. He […]

Benjamin Brainard

Benjamin Brainard

Xiaoqin Ye

Xiaoqin Ye

John J. Wagner

John J. Wagner

Maria M. Viveiros

Sherry Sanderson

Sherry Sanderson

Carla Jarrett

Carla Jarrett

Robert M. Gogal Jr.

John F. Peroni

James Moore

Kelsey A. Hart

Kelsey A. Hart

Kira L. Epstein

Kira L. Epstein

Stephen Harvey

Leanne Alworth

Leanne Alworth

Chris King

Steven D. Holladay

Steven D. Holladay

Gaylen Edwards

Gaylen L. Edwards

Demba Sarr

Demba Sarr

I grew up and experienced several severe malaria episodes. I decided to dedicate my life to infectious diseases especially malaria. After my 4 years of college in biology, I applied to graduate school and spent 3 years at the French Institute of Research and Development located in Dakar. I diagnosed […]

Russell Karls

Dr. Karls is a Senior Research Scientist in the Infectious Diseases Department at the University of Georgia. He received undergraduate degrees in Biochemistry and Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He earned his doctorate in Bacteriology from UW-Madison applying biochemistry and molecular genetics to study transcriptional control of bacterial photosynthesis. […]

Leslie P. Jones

My research interests include the development of novel antiviral therapeutic agents, as well as the re-purposing of existing therapies applied to counter viral infection. Host cells, triggered by virus infection, induce multiple anti-viral and pro-viral pathways utilized, suppressed or evaded by viruses presenting potential druggable host targets. Our lab studies […]

Tuhina Gupta

Dr. Tuhina Gupta is an immunologist and a bacteriologist, with expertise in mycobacterial diseases. She joined the University of Georgia in 2007 and works with Dr. Frederick Quinn on multiple projects. Her research focuses on developing animal models of mycobacterial pathology, meningitis, latency, and transmission, testing novel methods for TB […]

Michael Dzimianski

Jamie Barber

Jamie Barber received an undergraduate degree from a small liberal arts honors college in Maryland and began his professional career at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine’s Oncology Center in the Bone Marrow Transplant Research Unit. After completing a masters degree in Environmental Science with a focus on Toxicology, […]

Vincent Starai

Department of Microbiology profile

Andrew W. Park

Andrew W. Park

Odum School of Ecology profile

Jeff Hogan

Robert Jeffrey Hogan

Dr. Hogan began his 30 year scientific career studying host-pathogen interactions during his graduate studies, which focused on immune responses to viral infection in teleosts. After receiving his doctoral degree, he joined the laboratory of Dr. David Woodland at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, where his research focused on cell-mediated […]

Ralph Tripp

Ralph A. Tripp

Dr. Ralph Tripp is a Professor in the Department of Infectious Diseases in the College of Veterinary Medicine and is a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Vaccine and Therapeutics. Dr. Tripp was trained in the field of viral immunity with Laureate Professor Peter C. Doherty and led a research […]

S. Mark Tompkins

Mark Tompkins is the Director and Principal Investigator of the Center for Influenza Disease and Emergence Research, a NIAID Center of Excellence in Influenza Research and Response (CEIRR) at the University of Georgia. He received his doctorate in Immunology from Emory University and then studied immune mechanisms of autoimmune diseases […]

Fred Quinn

Frederick D. Quinn

Frederick D. Quinn, Ph.D., is Athletic Association Professor of Infectious Diseases, Head of the Department of Infectious Diseases and Interim Director of the Center for Vaccines and Immunology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia. Dr. Quinn oversaw several laboratory groups at the Centers for Disease […]

David S. Peterson

The research in my lab is focused on Plasmodium falciparum, the causative agent of malaria. The parasite uses a protein encoded by an antigenically variant gene family to bind receptors on host cells, allowing the parasites to avoid passage through the spleen. One member of this family encodes a protein […]

Eric R. Lafontaine

Eric R. Lafontaine

One component of my research program consists of identifying and characterizing surface antigens expressed by pathogenic bacteria including Burkholderia pseudomallei and Burkholderia mallei. Given their cellular location at the host-pathogen interface, surface antigens play key roles in bacterial virulence. We believe that studying their biological functions will shed light on […]

Mary Hondalus

Mary Hondalus

Dr. Hondalus is a graduate from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University, and following graduation, she was an equine and small animal private practitioner. She subsequently completed a Large Animal Internal Medicine Residency at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and a PhD in Microbiology and Immunology […]

Biao He

Dr. He’s lab has been studying paramyxoviruses including PIV5, mumps virus and emerging Jeilongviruses. His work has led to development of paramyxovirus-based vaccines

Donald Harn

Donald Harn

Elizabeth Uhl

Kaori Sakamoto

Kaori Sakamoto

Tamas Nagy

Doris M. Miller

Doris M. Miller

Marcia Ilha

Elizabeth Howerth

Jaroslava Halper

Nicole Gottdenker

Bridget Garner

Bridget Garner

Alvin C. Camus

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