• Worcester Polytechnic Institute (2013)

  • Molecular Cell Biology

  • Megan T. Baldridge, M.D., Ph.D.

  • Interplay between a number of enteric viruses, the commensal microbiota, and vaccination in vivo and also study novel antiviral mechanisms in vitro using technologies such as CRISPR, BioID (BirA*), and reverse genetics systems.

  • mesullender@wustl.edu

Graduate Publications:

Schnepf D, Hernandez P, Mahlakõiv T, Crotta S, Sullender ME, Peterson ST, Ohnemus A, Michiels C, Gentle I, Dumoutier L, Reis CA, Diefenbach A, Wack A, Baldridge MT, Staeheli P. 2021 Rotavirus susceptibility of antibiotic-treated mice ascribed to diminished expression of interleukin-22. PLoS ONE, 16(8):e0247738.

Ingle H, Lee S, Ai T, Orvedahl A, Rodgers R, Zhao G, Sullender M, Peterson ST, Locke M, Liu TC, Yokoyama CC, Sharp B, Schultz-Cherry S, Miner JJ, Baldridge MT. 2019 Viral complementation of immunodeficiency confers protection against enteric pathogens via interferon-λ. Nat Microbiol, 4(7):1120-28.

Sullender ME, Baldridge MT. 2018 Norovirus interactions with the commensal microbiota. PLoS Pathog, 14(9):.

Orchard RC, Sullender ME, Dunlap BF, Balce DR, Doench JG, Virgin HW. 2018 Identification of Antinorovirus Genes in Human Cells Using Genome-Wide CRISPR Activation Screening. J Virol, 93(11):pii: e01324-18.

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