Enquist Lab Alumni

Post Doctoral Fellows

Bruce Banfield

Queens University

Jens Bosse

Heinrich Pette Institute

Anamaris Colberg-Poley

George Washington University, School of Medicine, Children's Research Institute Center

Katherine Denniston

Towson University

Esteban Engel

Princeton Neuroscience Institute

Hermann Favoreel

Laboratory of Virology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Antibody-induced clearance of viral and cellular plasma membrane proteins from PrV-infected cells, and its possible role in viral immune evasion

Becket Feierbach

Gilead Sciences
Using two-photon microscopy and fluorescent viruses to study the strans-synaptic transport of PRV both in vivo and in vitro

Alex Flood

Wyeth Pharmaceuticals
Vaccine Research Group

Transport of pseudorabiesvirus glycoproteins inneurites of NGF-treated PC12 cells

Gregory Gonye

Jefferson Medical College
Department of Pathology, Anatomy and Cell Biology

In vitro analysis of pseudorabies virus infection

Christoph Hengartner

Barry University
School of Natural and Health Sciences

PRV gene expression array

Ian Hogue

Assistant Professor
Center for Immunotherapy, Vaccines, and Virotherapy
Biodesign Institute
School of Life Sciences
Arizona State University

Paul Husak

Cell Genesys

Genetic analysis of alpha herpes virus neurotropism

Calvin Keeler

University of Delaware
Department of Animal Science

Anita Knapp-Ryseck

Parexel MMS

Herpes virus neurovirulence

Oren Kobiler

Tel Aviv University Medical School
Department of Microbiology & Immunology

The role of host genes in the development of alpha-herpesviruses infection

Matt Lyman

Biosciences & Biotechnology Division

Physics and Life Sciences Directorate

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Tracy Parker

AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow

Role of gE in virulence and axonal sorting

Christine Paulus

University of St. Andrews

Analysis of host and viral gene expression after acute alpha-herpesvirus infection

Nels Pederson

Biogen Idec

Lisa Pomeranz

 The Rockefeller University
Laboratory of Molecular Genetics

Role of gM and gE in herpesvirus infection of neurons

J. Patrick Ryan

University of Tennessee
Department of Microbiology/Immunol.

Greg Smith

Northwestern University Medical School
Department of Microbiology-Immunology

Construction & mutagenesis of recombinant herpesvirus infectious clones

Kimberly Solomon

DuPont Pharmaceutical Co.
Department of Inflammatory Dis. Res.

Moriah Szpara

Penn State University

Matthew P. Taylor

Montana State University

David Lee Thompson

Penn State University
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Kenichi Umene

Kyushu University
Department of Virology
Faculty of Medicine

Roger Watson

Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
Imperial College School of Medicine at St Mary's

John Weis

University of Utah Medical School
Department of Pathology

Graduate Students

Anthony Ambrosini

Princeton Neuroscience Institute

Electrical activity and neuronal cell fusion in pseudorabies virus infection

Amy Brideau-Andersen

Perseid Therapeutics

US9: a novel structural protein of alpha herpesviruses

Elizabeth Brittle

USAMRIID

Two Modes of Pseudorabies Virus Neuroinvasion andLethality in Mice

Alla Brukman

Cooley, LLP

Suppression of the Interferon-Mediated Innate Immune Response byPseudorabies Virus

Toh Hean Ch'ng

UCLA Biological Chemistry

Studying Spread of Pseudorabies VirusInfection in Dissociated andCompartmented Neuronal Culture Systems

Dusica Curanovic

Cornell University

Weill Medical College

Department of Pharmacology

Transneuronal Spread of Alpha Herpesviruses: Mechanisms and Applications

Tony del Rio

Harvard Medical School
Department of Neurobiology

A study on pseudorabies virus VP22 and flexible tegument assembly

Tal Kramer

Research Scientist I, Oncology and Neurobiology

Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Axonal Sorting and Transport During Alphaherpesvirus Infection in Neurons

Alana Lysholm 

Deceased

Effects of pseudorabies virus on neuronal electrophysiology

Margaret MacGibeny

MD/PhD Candidate at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Princeton University 2012-2020

Viral Invasion of Peripheral Nervous System Axons: Comparison of a Rhabdovirus and an Alpha Herpesvirus

Ren Song

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Human Gene Therapy
Stanford School of Medicine

Axonal Interferon Responses and Alphaherpesvirus Neuroinvasion

LeighAnne Olsen

Institute of Medicine
The National Academies

Functions of Protein Kinase US3 in the PRV Life Cycle

Rebecca Sparks-Thissen

University of Southern Indiana
Biology Department

Regulation of MHC class I by pseudorabies virus

Rebecca Tirabassi

University of Wisconsin
Medical Microbiology &Immunology

A mutational analysis of theglycoproteins E and I ofpseudorabies virus

Mark Tomishima

Sloan-Kettering Institute
Human Embryonic Stem Cell

Role of cell-cell spreadin neurotropism

Robert Townley

Albert Eistein College of Medicine

Molecular analysis of pseudorabiesvirus glycoprotein 1 in viralpathogenesis and neuronal spread

 

 

Undergraduate Senior Theses