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Here is a list of the postdocs and graduate students I've trained: who they are, what they did, when they did it, and where they went afterwards.

Who

What

When

Where

John Trefry, Ph.D.  

"The development of silver nanoparticles as antiviral agents"

2007-
2011
Postdoc, USAMRIID
Swathee Chinnasamy, M.S.

 

"Developing a quantitative PCR assay for detecting viral vector shedding from animals"

2009-
2011
Industrial Technician
Amani Alhejely, M.S.  

"Amino acid substitutions created in reverse transcriptase and their influence on HIV-1 mutation frequencies"

2009-
2011
Pursuing further studies
Jude Atem, M.S.  

"HIV-1 infection of primary human eosinophils in AIDS patients"

2005-
2008
Pursuing further studies
Jai Marathe, M.D., M.S.  

"Susceptibility of primary human eosinophils to
HIV-1 infection in culture"

2004-
2006
Medical Resident, St. Louis

Kelly

Huang,

Ph.D.

 

"Positive evolutionary selection and mutation rates of HIV-1 CNS-derived reverse transcriptase variants"

1998-

2003

Postdoc,
University of Cincinnati

Jeff

Taylor,

Ph.D.

 

"A model to study HIV-1 infection of eosinophils"

1998-

2003

Postdoc, Vanderbilt University

Lisa

Bircher,

Ph.D.

 

"Accuracy of homologous recombination in retroviral systems and cell culture"

1996-

2002

 

Postdoc, Medical
College of Wisconsin

Virgilio

Ponferrada,

Postdoc

 

"Recombination and interference by exogenous and endogenous retroviruses"

2000-

2002

Postdoc, University of Cincinnati

Robert

Ratzlaff,

M.S.

 

"Cells transfected with plasmids containing CpG motifs increase expression of gD of HSV-1"

1999-

2000

West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine

Tracee

Housel,

M.S.

 

"Construction and replication of simian immunodeficiency virus vectors"

1996-

1999

Technician, University of Cincinnati
 

John

Rigano,

M.S.

 

"Mutation and recombination in a spleen necrosis virus system"

1996-

1998

 

Kettering Hospital PA Program
 

Kevin

Peterson,

M.S.

 

"A model of productive infection of eosinophils by human immunodeficiency virus type 1"

1996-

1998

Technician, University of Cincinnati

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