Achievements 2021 - 2022

Grants, Fellowships, and Awards

Gaudino, S. (2021). Irving Abrahams Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Graduate Student. Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Stony Brook University.

Gaudino, S. (2021). Outstanding Poster Award. Department of Microbiology and Immunology Annual Retreat

Kempen, C. (2021). Outstanding Poster Award. Department of Microbiology and Immunology Annual Retreat

Lanze, C. (2021). Outstanding Poster Award. Department of Microbiology and Immunology Annual Retreat

Swenson, K. (2021). Distinguished Service Award. Department of Microbiology and Immunology Annual Retreat


Jointly Authored Publications/Research Reports/Reviews

Du, M., Yuan, Z., Werneburg, G.T., Henderson, N.S., Chauhan, H., Kovach, A., Zhao, G., Johl, J., Li, H., and Thanassi, D.G. (2021). Processive dynamics of the usher assembly platform during uropathogenic Escherichia coli P pilus biogenesis. Nature Communications, doi: 10.1038/s41467-021-25522-6.

Guadino, S.J., Huang, H., Jean-Pierre, M., Joshi, P., Beaupre, M., Kempen, C., Wong, H.T., and Kumar, P. (2021). Cutting Edge: Intestinal IL-17A Receptor signaling specifically regulates high-fat diet-mediated, microbiota-driven metabolic disorders. Journal of Immunology, doi: 10.4049/jimmunol.2000986.

Khairallah, C., Bettke, J.A., Gorbatsevych, O., Qiu, Z., Zhang, Y., Cho, K., Kim, K.S., Chu, T.H., Imperato, J.N., Hatano, S., Romanov, G., Yoshikai, Y., Puddington, L., Surh, C.D., Bliska, J.B., van der Velden, A.W.M, and Sheridan, B.S. (2021). A blend of broadly-reactive and pathogen-selected Vγ4Vδ1 T cell receptors confer broad bacterial reactivity of resident memory γδ T cells. Mucosal Immunology, doi: 10.1038/s41385-021-00447-x.

Lanze, C.E., Zhou, S., and Konopka, J.B. (2021). The Sur7 cytoplasmic C terminus regulates morphogenesis and stress responses in Candida albicans. Molecular Microbiology, doi 10.1111/mmi.14806.

Qiu, Z., Qiu, Z., Chu, T.H., and Sheridan, B.S. (2021). TGF-B: Many paths to CD103+ T cell residency. Cells 10(5): 989.

Sohn, S.Y., Hearing, J., Mugavero, J., Kirillov, Varvara, Gorbunova, E., Helminiak, L., Mishra, S., Mackow, E., Hearing, P., Reich, N., and Kim, H.K. (2021). Interferon-lambda intranasal protection and differential sex pathology in a murine model of SARS-CoV-2 infection. mBio, in press.

Yen, W.Y., Stern, K., Mishra, S., Helminiak, L., Sanchez-Vicente, S., and Kim, H.K. (2021). Virulence potential of Rickettsia amblyommatis for spotted fever pathogenesis in mice. Pathogens and Disease 79(5): ftabo24.


Abstracts, Conferences/Colloquiums, Invited Talks, Presentations

Conde, J.N., Gorbunova, E., Sanchez-Vincente, S., Mladinich, M.C., Schutt, W.R., Benach, J., and Mackow, E.R. (2021). Powassan virus isolate from Long Island (POWV-LI) persistently infects human brain endothelial cells and is preferentially released basolaterally. American Society for Virology 40th Annual Meeting.

Mladinich, M.C., Conde, J.N., Schutt, W.R., and Mackow, E.R. (2021). Zika virus persistence in primary human brain microvascular endothelial cells is directed by autocrine CCL5-CCR3/5 activation of the ERK1/2 pathway. American Society for Virology 40th Annual Meeting.

Perez, R.D., and Mackow, E.R. (2021). Andes virus competes for host cell caps via its ribonucleoprotein comlex for transcription initiation and translation of viral mRNAs. American Society for Virology 40th Annual Meeting.

Schutt, W.R., Conde, J.N., Mladinich, M.C., and Mackow, E.R. (2021). Zika virus post-transcriptionally regulates IFN expression and alters RNA binding protein activity in primary hBMECs. American Society for Virology 40th Annual Meeting.

Schutt, W.R., Conde, J.N., Mladinich, M.C., and Mackow, E.R. (2021). Zika virus post-transcriptionally regulates IFN expression and alters RNA binding protein activity in primary hBMECs. American Society for Virology 40th Annual Meeting.


Post-doctorates Obtained and Professional Appointments