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Nigel Dimmock grad student 1984 University of Warwick
 (Studies on defective interfering Semliki Forest Virus.)


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Mohammad F. Saeed grad student 2001 UTMB
Juliet E. Bryant grad student 2004 UTMB
Amber R. Engel grad student 2006 UTMB
Monica A. McArthur grad student 2006 UTMB
Jason A. Wicker grad student 2007 UTMB
Michael R. Holbrook post-doc UTMB (Computational Biology Tree)
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Thomas SJ, Barrett A. (2020) Zika vaccine pre-clinical and clinical data review with perspectives on the future development. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics. 1-13
Wilder-Smith A, Hombach J, Ferguson N, et al. (2018) Deliberations of the Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization on the use of CYD-TDV dengue vaccine. The Lancet. Infectious Diseases
Reece LM, Beasley DW, Milligan GN, et al. (2018) Current status of Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome vaccine development. Current Opinion in Virology. 29: 72-78
Luo H, Winkelmann ER, Fernandez-Salas I, et al. (2018) Zika, dengue and yellow fever viruses induce differential anti-viral immune responses in human monocytic and first trimester trophoblast cells. Antiviral Research
Shan C, Muruato AE, Jagger BW, et al. (2017) A single-dose live-attenuated vaccine prevents Zika virus pregnancy transmission and testis damage. Nature Communications. 8: 676
Kaiser JA, Wang T, Barrett AD. (2017) Virulence determinants of West Nile virus: how can these be used for vaccine design? Future Virology. 12: 283-295
Richner JM, Jagger BW, Shan C, et al. (2017) Vaccine Mediated Protection Against Zika Virus-Induced Congenital Disease. Cell. 170: 273-283.e12
Shan C, Muruato AE, Nunes BT, et al. (2017) A live-attenuated Zika virus vaccine candidate induces sterilizing immunity in mouse models. Nature Medicine
Barrett AD. (2017) Yellow fever live attenuated vaccine: A very successful live attenuated vaccine but still we have problems controlling the disease. Vaccine
Collins ND, Barrett AD. (2017) Live Attenuated Yellow Fever 17D Vaccine: A Legacy Vaccine Still Controlling Outbreaks In Modern Day. Current Infectious Disease Reports. 19: 14
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