Professor, Human Biology and Clinical Research Divisions
Professor, Allergy and Infectious Diseases, University of Washington School of Medicine
Professor, Microbiology, University of Washington School of Medicine
Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Areas of interest: Epigenetics and host-virus interactions
Bonita Biegalke, Ph.D.
1988-1990 Research Project: CMV translational control; CMV/HIV interactions.
Mark Schleiss, M.D.
1988-1991 Research Project: CMV translational control.
Robert Harrington, M.D.
1989-1994 Research Project: HIV Entry Mechanism.
Jianhong Cao, Ph.D.
1991-1999 Research Project: Translational control by upstream open reading frames.
Stephanie Child, Ph.D.
1993-2001 Research Project: Translational control by upstream open reading frames. Currently: Staff Scientist, Fred Hutchinson CRC
Michael Bates, M.D.
1994-1999 Research Project: Translational control of CMV UL5 expression.
Merav Bar, M.D.
1999-2000 Research Project: CMV clinical strain polymorphisms.
Deanna Janzen, Ph.D.
2000- 2004 Research Project: Regulation of translation termination.
Morgan Hakki, M.D.
2001-2009 Research Project: Evasion of double-stranded RNA-activated host cell responses.
Pau Mezquita, MD, PhD
2005-2007 Research Project: Interactions of CMV double-stranded RNA binding proteins.
Greg Brennan, DVM, Ph.D.
2009-2015 Research Project: The interaction determinants between African green monkey protein kinase R (PKR) and the rhesus cytomegalovirus PKR antagonist TRS1 using molecular and evolutionary approaches.
Elad Eliahoo, Ph.D.
2014-2016 Research Project: Identifying unconventional RNAs that are induced during viral infection using next generation sequencing.
Jon Alderete, Ph.D.
1994-2000 Thesis title: Translational control of CMV gene expression.
Emily Marshall, Ph.D.
2004-2009 Thesis title: Evasion of double-stranded RNA-activated host cell responses.
Craig Bierle, Ph.D.
2007-2013 Thesis title: Evasion of double-stranded RNA-activated host cell responses.
Jaki Braggin, Ph.D.
2010-2015 Thesis title: Essential Role of Protein Kinase R Antagonism by TRS1 in Human Cytomegalovirus Replication.
Katie Semmens Carpentier, Ph.D.
2012-2016 Thesis title: Evolution of Protein Kinase R Antagonism in Primate Cytomegaloviruses.
M Kymne Gray
Merav Bar, M.D.
Kathrine De Niro, M.D.
Crystal Brown, M.D.