报告题目：2009 pandemic and beyond
报 告 人：马文军 教授
Dr. Ma’s research interests are viral diseases of animals, with an emphasis on emerging zoonotic viral infections. His current research focuses on understanding mechanisms of pathogenesis and transmissibility and developing vaccines and antivirals for different viral pathogens, such as Influenza virus, Rift Valley Fever virus, Schmallenberg virus and other viral infections. His current research funding is from federal such as National Institute of Health, Department of Homeland Security and Kansas Bioscience Authority, and industry sources with more than $1.5 million. He has authored or co-authored more than 40 publications in high quality peer-reviewed journals, such as PNAS, PLoS Pathogens, Journal of Virology and mBio et al and approximately 100 presentations in national and international conferences. Dr. Ma has also been involved in writing a text book “Veterinary Microbiology” 3rd edition. He has 2 patents. Dr. Ma’s primary teaching role is to further develop graduate student training in virology. I also participate in the teaching of one graduate course (DMP-910, Pathogenic Mechanisms of viruses, 3 credits) with other faculty.