Eric Baehrecke, Adjunct Professor, University of Massachusetts, Medical School. Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1992. Steroid regulation of gene expression, differentiation, and programmed cell death during insect development.
Thomas Cebula , Adjunct Professor, MD. Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Microbial genomics: evolution of pathogens, mechanisms of pathogenicity/virulence, DNA mismatch repair, molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis, microbial forensics.
Eric O. Freed, Adjunct Professor, Chief, Virus-Cell Interaction Section-NIH. Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990. HIV-1 assembly, release, and maturation.
Kim Y. Green, Adjunct Associate Professor, Senior Investigator, Laboratory of Infectious Diseases-NIH. (Ph.D.) Molecular studies of viral agents of gastroenteritis; relating to epidemiology and vaccine development; replication of Calciviruses.
Peter Hobart, Adjunct Senior Research Scientist, Ph.D. Wesleyan University. Infectious disease.
Zvi Kelman, Adjunct Professor. Ph.D. DNA replication in Archea, with a focus on the initiation and elongation phases of DNA replication.
June Kwak, Adjunct Professor. Ph.D. Pohang University of Science and Technology, 1997. Guard cell ABA and Ca2+ signal transduction/Single cell-type functional genomics.
Alison McBride, Adjunct Professor, Head, DNA Tumor Virology Section-NIH. (Ph. D.) Papillomavirus Replication and gene expression. Virus-cell interaction and regulation of viral transmission in dividing cells.
Bernard Moss, Adjunct Professor, Chief, Laboratory of Viral Diseases-NIH. Ph.D. Mass. Inst. Technology, 1967. Poxvirus-host interactions; viral DNA replication; recombinant vaccines and gene therapy; assembly of virions; structure and function of the HIV envelope protein.
Ted Pierson, Adjunct Professor, Chief, Viral Pathogenesis Section-NIH. (Ph.D.) Flaviviruses: dengue virus and West Nile virus.