Enquist Lab Alumni



Postdoctoral Fellows

Bruce Banfield
Queens University
Jens Bosse
Heinrich Pette Institute
Anamaris Colberg-Poley
George Washington University, School of Medicine, Children's Research Institute Center
Katherine Denniston
Towson University
Esteban Engel
Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Hermann Favoreel
Laboratory of Virology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Antibody-induced clearance of viral and cellular plasma membrane proteins from PrV-infected cells, and its possible role in viral immune evasion
Becket Feierbach

Gilead Sciences
Using two-photon microscopy and fluorescent viruses to study the strans-synaptic transport of PRV both in vivo and in vitro

Alex Flood
Wyeth Pharmaceuticals
Vaccine Research Group
Transport of pseudorabiesvirus glycoproteins inneurites of NGF-treated PC12 cells
Gregory Gonye
Jefferson Medical College
Department of Pathology, Anatomy and Cell Biology
In vitro analysis of pseudorabies virus infection
Christoph Hengartner
Barry University
School of Natural and Health Sciences
PRV gene expression array
Paul Husak
Cell Genesys
Genetic analysis of alpha herpes virus neurotropism
Calvin Keeler
University of Delaware
Department of Animal Science
Anita Knapp-Ryseck
Parexel MMS
Herpes virus neurovirulence
Oren Kobiler
Tel Aviv University Medical School
Department of Microbiology & Immunology
The role of host genes in the development of alpha-herpesviruses infection
Matt Lyman
Biosciences & Biotechnology Division
Physics and Life Sciences Directorate
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Tracy Parker
AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow
Role of gE in virulence and axonal sorting
Christine Paulus
University of St. Andrews
Analysis of host and viral gene expression after acute alpha-herpesvirus infection
Nels Pederson Biogen Idec
Lisa Pomeranz
 The Rockefeller University
Laboratory of Molecular Genetics
Role of gM and gE in herpesvirus infection of neurons
J. Patrick Ryan
University of Tennessee
Department of Microbiology/Immunol.
Greg Smith
Northwestern University Medical School
Department of Microbiology-Immunology
Construction & mutagenesis of recombinant herpesvirus infectious clones
Kimberly Solomon
DuPont Pharmaceutical Co.
Department of Inflammatory Dis. Res.
Moriah Szpara
Penn State University
Matthew P. Taylor
Montana State University
David Lee Thompson
Penn State University
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Kenichi Umene
Kyushu University
Department of Virology
Faculty of Medicine
Roger Watson
Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
Imperial College School of Medicine at St Mary's
John Weis
University of Utah Medical School
Department of Pathology

Graduate Students

Anthony Ambrosini
Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Electrical activity and neuronal cell fusion in pseudorabies virus infection
Amy Brideau-Andersen
Perseid Therapeutics
US9: a novel structural protein of alpha herpesviruses
Elizabeth Brittle
Two Modes of Pseudorabies Virus Neuroinvasion andLethality in Mice
Alla Brukman
Cooley, LLP
Suppression of the Interferon-Mediated Innate Immune Response byPseudorabies Virus
Toh Hean Ch'ng
UCLA Biological Chemistry
Studying Spread of Pseudorabies VirusInfection in Dissociated andCompartmented Neuronal Culture Systems
Dusica Curanovic
Cornell University
Weill Medical College
Department of Pharmacology
Transneuronal Spread of Alpha Herpesviruses: Mechanisms and Applications
Tony del Rio
Harvard Medical School
Department of Neurobiology
A study on pseudorabies virus VP22 and flexible tegument assembly
Tal Kramer
Research Scientist I, Oncology and Neurobiology
Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Axonal Sorting and Transport During Alphaherpesvirus Infection in Neurons
Alana Lysholm 
Effects of pseudorabies virus on neuronal electrophysiology
Ren Song
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Human Gene Therapy
Stanford School of Medicine
Axonal Interferon Responses and Alphaherpesvirus Neuroinvasion
LeighAnne Olsen
Institute of Medicine
The National Academies
Functions of Protein Kinase US3 in the PRV Life Cycle
Rebecca Sparks-Thissen
University of Southern Indiana
Biology Department
Regulation of MHC class I by pseudorabies virus
Rebecca Tirabassi
University of Wisconsin
Medical Microbiology &Immunology
A mutational analysis of theglycoproteins E and I ofpseudorabies virus
Mark Tomishima
Sloan-Kettering Institute
Human Embryonic Stem Cell
Role of cell-cell spreadin neurotropism
Robert Townley
Albert Eistein College of Medicine
Molecular analysis of pseudorabiesvirus glycoprotein 1 in viralpathogenesis and neuronal spread