Pathology Post Doctoral Program Directory

Albert Jonathan Auguste, Ph.D. Albert Jonathan Auguste, Ph.D.
My primary research interest is ecological and evolutionary factors involved in emergence, dispersal and maintenance of RNA viruses, and in particular, arboviruses.
Rubing Chen, Ph.D. Rubing Chen, Ph.D.

My research studies the viral transmission and pathogenesis from an evolutionary point of view. Specifically, I am interested in integrating molecular evolution and experimental virology methods to identify the viral and host factors that influence the replication and transmission of arboviruses, as well as to translate this knowledge to understand and predict emergence into human populations.



Scott C. Weaver, PhD

Scott C. Weaver, PhD

John S. Dunn Distinguished Chair in Biodefense;
Vice Chair for Research, Department of Pathology

University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Blvd.
Galveston, Texas 77555-0609

Office: (409) 747-0758
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