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VIRUS ENTRY AND EXIT







Our lab works on the entry and exit pathways of enveloped (membrane-coated) viruses in their host cells. All enveloped viruses use membrane fusion to infect a cell, and membrane budding to produce new viruses. Studying these entry and exit processes helps us to understand the mechanisms of virus infection and to develop new antiviral therapies, and also provides a key model for cellular membrane fusion and budding reactions. Our research focuses primarily on alphaviruses and flaviviruses, virus groups that include important human pathogens such as dengue, West Nile, and yellow fever viruses. 



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Recent News:


* January 2020: Welcome our new Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr. Caroline Martin, to the Kielian lab!

* November 2019: Congratulations to Dr. Judy Wan on her successful thesis defense!

* July 2019: Welcome our new Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr. Pratyush Das, to the Kielian lab!

* May 2019: Welcome our new Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr. Peiqi Yin, to the Kielian lab!

* May 2019: Congratulations to lab alumni, Dr. Emily Byrd, on receiving her MD/PhD!