Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine
Results for: Virology
Article ItemCarvallo publishes in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association , article
Ann Carpenter, Ria R. Ghai, Joy Gary, Jana M. Ritter, Francisco R. Carvallo, Diego G. Diel, Mathias Martins, Julia Murphy, Betsy Schroeder, Kevin Brightbill, Deepanker Tewari, Lore Boger, Julie Gabel, Robert Cobb, Janemarie Hennebelle, James B. Stanton, Kathryn McCullough, Yung-Yi C. Mosley, Hemant K. Naikare, Rachel Radcliffe, Boyd Parr, Gary Balsamo, Brent Robbins, David Smith, Sally Slavinski, Carl Williams, Doug Meckes, Dee Jones, Tony Frazier, Kelley Steury, Jane Rooney, Mia Torchetti, Natalie Wendling, Dustin Currie, Casey Barton Behravesh, and Ryan M. Wallace have published "Determining the role of natural SARS-CoV-2 infection in the death of domestic pets: 10 cases (2020–2021)" in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Article ItemPrincipal investigator Kehn-Hall awarded NIH R01 grant , article
A new, four-year NIH R01 grant has been awarded to principal investigators Kylene Kehn-Hall, Mikell Paige (George Mason University), and Dmitri Klimov (George Mason University) to develop potential molecular treatments for the Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus.
Article ItemLeCuyer named diplomate of American College of Veterinary Microbiologists , article
Tessa LeCuyer, clinical assistant professor of clinical microbiology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology, was named a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists, with certification in veterinary bacteriology/mycology and virology.
Article ItemSooryanarain, Heffron, and Meng publish in mBio , article
"The U-Rich Untranslated Region of the Hepatitis E Virus Induces Differential Type I and Type III Interferon Responses in a Host Cell-Dependent Manner" by Harini Sooryanarain, C. Lynn Heffron, and XJ Meng has been published in mBio.
Article ItemPrincipal investigator Weger-Lucarelli awarded NSF-EAGER grant , article
A two-year NSF-EAGER grant has been awarded to principal investigator James Weger-Lucarelli and co-investigators Tanya Le Roith, Sheryl Coutermarsh-Ott, and Lin Kang (Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine) to examine mouse hepatitis virus as a model for SARS-CoV-2, to identify the biomarkers, and to investigate the severity and transmission of the virus by integrating genotype, phenotype, and environment.
Article ItemYuan awarded CureVac contract research project , article
Principal investigator Lijuan Yuan, professor of virology and immunology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology, has secured a new $339,250 contract research project from CureVac, which will allow the development of a next-generation mRNA-based vaccine to combat rotavirus infections.
Article ItemPrincipal investigator Yuan awarded grant from Universal Stabilization Technologies, Inc. , article
Universal Stabilization Technologies, Inc. has awarded a grant to principal investigator Lijuan Yuan to develop an oral rotavirus vaccine that is in non-liquid form, is thermostable, and does not need cold-chain storage.
Article ItemPrincipal investigator Yuan awarded NIH R01 grant , article
A new, four-year NIH R01 grant has been awarded to principal investigator Lijuan Yuan to address norovirus and Clostridium difficile gastroenteritis by way of engineered probiotic yeast.
Article ItemCo-investigator Yuan awarded NIH R56 grant , article
A new, yearlong NIH R56 grant has been awarded to co-investigator Lijuan Yuan to work in collaboration with Dr. Ming Tan of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to develop a uniquely designed nanoparticles into a multivalent rotavirus vaccine with improved efficacy and safety to facilitate the fight against rotavirus diseases.