Ralph A. Tripp, Ph.D.
Professor and GRA Chair
|Ph.D.||Oregon State University||Corvallis, OR||1989|
- Post-doctoral Experience
- - 2 year National Research Fellowship; Adenovirus Immune Evasion Mechanisms;
Linda Gooding; Emory University, Atlanta, GA
-2 year fellowship; T cell Memory Response to Influenza Virus; Peter C.
Doherty; St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, TN
- Honors and Awards
- Research Interests
- Disease intervention for emerging infectious viruses of zoonotic origin; RNAi, miRNA; vaccine; diagnostics
- Representative Publications
- Mahalingam, S., Schwarze, J., Zaid, A., Nissen, M., Sloots, T., Tauro, S., Storer, J., Alvarez, R. and Tripp, R. A. 2006. Perspective on the host response to human metapneumovirus infection: what can we learn from respiratory syncytial virus infections? Microbes and Infection, 8(1):285-93.
Li, X. Q., Fu, Z. F., Alvarez, R., Henderson, C. and Tripp, R. A. 2006. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infects neuronal cells and processes that innervate the lung by a process involving RSV G protein. Journal of Virology, 80(1):537-40.
Harcourt, J., Alvarez, R., Jones, L. P., Henderson, C., Anderson, L. J. and Tripp, R. A. 2006. Respiratory syncytial virus G protein and G protein CX3C motif adversely affect CX3CR1+ T cell responses. Journal of Immunology, 176(3):1600-8.
Agrawal, A., Zhang, C., Byassee, T., Tripp, R. A. and Nie, S. 2006. Counting single native biomolecules and intact viruses with color-coded nanoparticles. Analytical Chemistry, 78(4):1061-70.
Tripp, R. A., Oshansky, C. and Alvarez, R. 2005. Cytokines and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection. Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society, 2:147-149.