Study could contribute to new therapies A new study reveals details about the evolutionary contest between HIV and the human immune system that could one day improve treatment.
By figuring out how a common virus hides from the immune system, scientists have identified a potential vaccine to prevent sometimes deadly respiratory infections in humans.
A vaccine for the common and sometimes deadly RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) has been elusive, but scientists say a new discovery puts them much closer to success.
Dr. Prosper Boyaka received the CVM Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence. Dr. Jerry Masty received the CVM Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award.
Dr. Shan-Lu Liu is co-organizer of the first-ever Midwest Virology Symposium being held October 11-13, 2019 at The Ohio State University Infectious Diseases Institute. The goal is to bring together researchers from the Midwest region of the U.S.
The 5th Brazilian Congress of Veterinary Pathology was held in Ribeirao Preto, Brazil from July 15th-18th. The Congress was hosted by the Brazilian College of Veterinary Pathology. Dr.
Dr. Yasuko Rikihisa, University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences, was recently awarded $429,000 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to fund a R21 grant titled "Inhibition of Ehrlichial Infection by Intracellular Nanobody."
Amit Sharma, PhD, Assistant Professor, Veterinary Biosciences, received a two year, $497,836 R00 grant from NIH-National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases entitled “Host innate immune response as a barrier to cross-species retrovirus transmission."
Dr. Liu publishes a new role for HIV nef protein in T cell infection in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Patrick Green, the Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, has been named Associate Director of Basic Research of the Comprehensive Cancer Center.