At Wright State University, I serve as the principal investigator on
projects related to AIDS, gene therapy, viral vector safety, and biodefense research. My laboratory consists
of areas equipped for modern molecular biology, tissue culture, and biocontainment.
I am classically trained as a microbiologist with advanced
specialization in virology and biological safety, and I have studied at esteemed universities in
the United States with top researchers in the field of virology. As I train
future generations of research scientists, my goal is to teach
state-of-the-art laboratory techniques and instill my students with a
worldly perspective on science.
I invite you to click through my Web site to learn more about
me and my research and teaching interests. I have included information about
my laboratory and students and have listed some of my favorite links.