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Dr. John Schieffelin
Assistant Professor of Medicine & Pediatrics, Sections of Pediatric & Adult Infectious Diseases · Tulane University
His research focuses on the natural history, clinical care and immunology of viral hemorrhagic fevers (VHFs)
COVID-19 Coronavirus Clinical Infectious Disease Infections in Transplant Recipients Virology and Immunology
Professor I Department of Veterinary Biosciences · The Ohio State University
Professor Liu studies virus-host interactions, in particular how RNA viruses enter host cells and cause pathogenesis in humans and animals.
Viral Infections HIV Ebola Lung Cancer Cancer Biology
Clinical Assistant Professor · Tulane University
Lina Moses' primary interest is the control of viral zoonoses transmitted from small mammals
COVID-19 Ecology Epidemiology Zoonoses Pathogens
Dr David Matthews
Reader in Virology · University of Bristol
Applying high throughput approaches to study infectious disease
COVID-19 CoV Proteomics Adenovirus Vaccines Respiratory Viruses
Professor of Rhetoric & Public Advocacy · Hofstra University
Dr. Robinson is an expert on effective public debate as well as health communication. She directs Hofstra's award-winning forensics team.
Public/Social Advocacy Rhetoric Health Communications Argumentation and Debate Intercultural Communication
Marci Lynn Drees, M.D., MS
Chief Infection Prevention Officer and Hospital Epidemiologist · ChristianaCare
Marci Drees, M.D., MS, FACP, DTMH, is highly sought after national expert on infectious disease and vaccines.
Vaccines COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Influenza (Flu) Healthcare-associated Infections Mass Vaccination
David Wohl, MD
Professor of Med-Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology, Co-Director of HIV Services, North Carolina Department of Corrections · UNC-Chapel Hill
Dr. Wohl is an infectious disease expert specializing in research related to HIV and Ebola.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infectious Disease Ebola
Professor · Tulane University
Dr. Garry has published over 100 papers in the area of retrovirology
COVID-19 Pathology Lassa Fever Molecular Mechanisms of Viral Pathogenesis Ebola
Steven King, M.S.
Associate Professor of Emerging Technologies, Hussman School of Journalism and Media · UNC-Chapel Hill
As a computer scientist and journalist, King experiments with emerging technologies to present news and information in new ways.
Drones Innovation & Creativity Robotics Virtual Reality VR
Jonathan Abramowitz, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychology Program Director, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Professor Abramowitz is an internationally recognized expert on OCD and anxiety disorders.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Anxiety Disorders
Columnist · The New York Times
Columnist at The New York Times
Books Magazine Articles Newspaper Science Biology
Director, Global Health Impact · CanWaCH (Canadian Partnership for Women and Children's Health)
Leader in disaster response, international development, youth & women-led programming, and sexual health & rights
Monitoring and Evaluation Adolescent Health Non-Profit Leadership Program Management Public Health
Greg Garrett, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of English · Baylor University
Popular theologian and cultural critic, exploring the intersections between film and popular culture, literature, religion, and politics.
Public Speaking Media Resource Creative Writing Religion and Culture Popular Culture and Society
Professor · University of Florida
Derek Cummings’ research on emerging pathogens has included studies of MERS, Ebola and novel influenza.
Emerging Pathogens Immunology of Infectious Diseases Global Health Ebola Influenza
Karen Shackleford, Ph.D.
Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology · Fielding Graduate University
Media violence; Fandom and the construction of meaning from media; Media, race and gender.
Media Psychology Media Effects Social Psychology Gender Race
Myron Cohen, M.D.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Global Health; Yeargan-Bate Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology, and Epidemiology; Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases & Director, Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases · UNC at Chapel Hill
Myron S. Cohen, MD is the J. Herbert Bate Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology and Public Health.
Coronavirus Immunology Medicine Epidemiology Microbiology
Ruth McDermott-Levy, PhD
Associate Professor; Director of the Center for Global and Public Health | M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing · Villanova University
Dr. McDermott-Levy, PhD, MPH, RN is an expert in environmental health, global health, and public health nursing
Climate Change Immigrant Health Public Health Community & Public Health Nursing Epidemiology
Ralph Baric, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Epidemiology · UNC-Chapel Hill
Dr. Ralph Baric performs research using coronaviruses as models to study the genetics of RNA viruses.
Microbiology Virology Immunology Epidemiology Coronaviruses
Anna Yeung-Cheung, Ph.D.
Professor, Biology · Manhattanville College
An expert in Principles of Biology, Microbiology, Principles of Virology, Infectious Disease, and Human Disease.
Nutrition in Health & Disease Infectious Disease Microbiology Principles of Biology Principles of Virology
Andy Knight, Ph.D.
Professor | Biomedical and Chemical Engineering and Sciences: · Florida Tech
Dr. Knight's research interests are centered around the interface of inorganic chemistry and other scientific sub-disciplines.
Organic Synthesis Molecular Biology Inorganic Chemistry Medicinal Chemistry Green Chemistry