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  • In the air this year

    I haven’t had time to update my lab web page in a while. This isn’t because it has been boring. Quite the opposite. In the media, I contributed to the debate on whether SARS-CoV-2 vaccine …

  • What’s going on?

    It’s been hard to find time to update the lab website, so apologies if some of the content is out of date. It has been a challenging, yet sometimes exhilarating, time to be researching viruses …

  • Positions Available, Apply Today

    We look forward to hiring for many scientific minded individuals to join our lab. If you might be interested, apply today! ] PVL 243351 Research Specialist https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/511166/research-specialist Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and …

  • COVID-19

    It is unusual to be working as a virus researcher when a viral pandemic strikes. Like everyone else, we are social distancing and I’ve worked from home for the last two months. But we’ve been …

  • Back in Madison

    After a great year visiting colleagues in Melbourne, Australia I am excited to be back in Madison. And we have to hit the ground running. In a few weeks, I will be hosting a Scientific …

  • WPR and R4P

    It’s been quite an interesting few weeks with acronyms. After CROI, an annual HIV/AIDS meeting, I spoke with Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) about recent progress in the fight against HIV. I’m also honored to have …

  • Welcome to 2019

    Another exciting new year for the lab. I remain in Australia on sabbatical. We’ve settled into a routine where I communicate with the lab every morning in Australia, which corresponds to the afternoon in Madison. …

  • Simian arteriviruses in baboons and macaques

    For the last several years we have been studying simian arteriviruses, a group of viruses that infect African monkeys and frequently cause fatal disease when they jump species into Asian monkeys. Can these viruses infect …

  • Peptide array paper back

    Anna and Emma’s paper describing antibody responses using a massively parallel peptide array has just been published. Congrats Anna! http://www.plosntds.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pntd.0006903

  • Miegunyah lecture

    I am spending the year in Melbourne, Australia at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity as a University of Melbourne Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow. Giving a public lecture to the community is part of the …

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