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Collaborators

Listed below are just a few of our valued colleagues. We participate in externally funded grants and contracts with these outstanding investigators.

Reed Clark, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Columbus Children's Research Institute
Projects: use of rAAV vectors for vaccines and gene transfer; rAAV tecnology
Chris Walker, Ph.D., Professor of Pediatrics, Columbus Children's Research Institute
Projects: HIV and HCV vaccine development; rAAV vector immunobiology
Robert Johnston, Ph.D.Professor of Microbiology, University of N.C.
Projects: development of HIV vaccines; VEE-based vaccines
David Montefiori , Ph.D. Professor of Surgery, Duke University
Projects: SIV and HIV neutralizing antibodies
Ronald Swanstrom , Ph.D. Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of N.C.
Projects: SIV genetic variation in the CNS; VEE-based HIV-1 vaccines
Kemp Cease, M.D. Professor of Medicine, University of Michigan
Projects: development of molecularly targeted vaccines for anthrax
Dennis Burton, Ph.D. Member, Scripps Research Institute
Projects: HIV-1 vaccines
Ronald C. Desrosiers, Ph.D. Professor, Harvard School of Medicine
Projects: HIV-1 vaccines
International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI)
Special thanks to the folks at IAVI: Wayne Koff, Alan Schultz, Pat Fast, Coreen Booth, Jim Ackland, Georges Thiery, Sandi Glass, and Seth Berkley for their support and perseverance.
Targeted Genetics Corporation
Our long-time partners in AAV vector development: Barrie Carter, Pervin Anklesaria, Keith Munson, Rema Assaf, Alison Heald, Stewart Parker, and many others.