The Internet Journal of Comprehensive Virology
Issue 1, July 2016
Edward P Rybicki, PhD. @edrybicki.
Ed Rybicki qualified in Virology at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 1984. He taught Virology and Vaccine Biotechnology and Immunology until 2009, and is now seconded to UCT’s Research Office as Research Liaison to the Research Portal Project until the end of 2016. His main research interests are presently in the area of vaccine biotechnology, and in developing mainly plant expression systems as platforms for the production of a wider range of proteins.
He is Director of the Biopharming Research Unit in UCT’s Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, a Member of the UCT/SAMRC Gynaecological Cancer Research Centre, and a Full Member of the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine at UCT.
Ed was a long-time Editor of Archives of Virology, and is presently an Associate Editor of Virology Journal and Plant Biotechnology Journal.
Editorial Board Members:
Björn Meyer, PhD @MeyerBjoern
Björn Meyer received his B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Microbiology from the University of Liverpool (United Kingdom) in 2010. He was awarded the Society of General Microbiology (now Society for Microbiology) Undergraduate Prize in 2009. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Molecular Virology from the University of St. Andrews (United Kingdom) in 2014. During this time, he was supported by the Medical Research Council (MRC, United Kingdom). He is currently serving as a postdoctoral research associate in Dr. Ly’s laboratory at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, where he focuses on investigations of arenavirus immune evasion, virus-host protein-protein interactions, and the development of screening platforms for universal antiarenaviral compounds.
The Student Voice
Isabel Ott: @DiagnosticChick
College sophomore, global health nerd. UGA CURO Scholar studying Cache Valley virus & misc arboviruses @ SCWDS. Main interest: phylodynamics of virus emergence.
Susan Nasif, Ph.D: @VirologyComics
I am a doctoral degree holder (PhD in Biomedical Sciences) from the virology lab of the renowned Prof. J. Neyts, KU Leuven, Belgium. Currently I am based in MATERA, Italy. I am the founder and creator of Virology Comics: A project with an academic orientation that focuses on providing inspirational teaching methods by combining tools that are borrowed from comics and fine art.
Cimaza provides Free #Virology & #Vaccines #Comics for Public. Funded by backers patreon.com/VirologyComics
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