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编委会

Editor-in-Chief

Zheng-Li Shi
Professor,
Key Laboratory of Special Pathogens and Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://159.226.126.3/ktzgl/ktzdiy/shizl/english.asp
Interest: Coronavirus, emerging viral pathogens, especially bat origin viruses.


Advisory Board

Hualan Chen
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Professor, Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, CAAS, China
Website: http://www.hvri.ac.cn/en/html/newslist/list-19-1.html 
Interest: The pathogenesis of avian influenza viruses


Chen, Xinwen
Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, CAS, China 
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/200907/t20090718_2100082.html  
Interest: Our group focuses on studies of hepatitis viruses (such as HBV and HCV) on their infection, replication mechanisms, molecular biology, drug resistance mechanism and their interaction with host cells in order to investigate the infection and pathogeneses mechanisms of the viruses. And also work to develop genetically vaccines, new diagnosis and methods of viral cliseases.


George F. Gao
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Professor, Key Laboratory of Pathogenic Microbiology and Immunology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Director, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
Website: http://www.im.ac.cn/english1/pi/gaofu.htm
Interest: Gao’s lab is interested in protein-protein interactions related to molecular virology and molecular immunology and molecular epidemiology and molecular phylogeny of zoonotic pathogens


Xinyuan Liu
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Professor, Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China 
Website:
  http://sourcedb.cas.cn/sourcedb_sibs_cas/yw/rck/200906/t20090629_1856118.html
Interest: His major interest and aim is to cure the cancer patients and also to control the viral disease especial the hepatitis B or C disease.


Hongbin Shu
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Professor and Director, Medical Research Institute,
Vice President, Wuhan University, China
Website:  http://mri.whu.edu.cn/info/1094/1597.htm  
Interest: Mechanisms of innate antiviral immune responses and inflammation


Po Tien
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Professor, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website:  http://sourcedb.im.cas.cn/english  
Interest:  Molecular mechanism of viral immunity, enveloped virus-cell fusion and its inhibitors


Fu-Sheng Wang
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Engineering,
Professor, Beijing 302 Hospital, Beijing, China 
Website: http://210.76.211.71/~0045104  
Interest: Therapy of Viral hepatitis and HIV


Linfa Wang
Elected Fellow, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering,
Programme Director, Professor, Emerging Infectious Diseases Programme, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore
Honorary Professor of the University of Melbourne and Chinese Academy of Sciences
Office of Chief Executive (OCE) Science Leader, CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Website: https://www.duke-nus.edu.sg/eid/content/wang-linfa  
Interest: He is an expert in identifying new and emerging diseases of bat origin.


Yumei Wen 
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Engineering
Professor, Institute of Medical Microbiology, Key Laboratory of Medical Molecular Virology, Ministry of Education/Ministry of Health, Fudan University, China 
Website:
  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yu_Mei_Wen
Interest: Her interest is in research of molecular virology and immunology of hepatitis B virus, and in microbial functional genomic studies.


Jianguo Xu
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Engineering
Professor, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China 
Website: http://www.chinacdc.cn/jgxx/ysjs/201201/t20120104_56269.html  
Interest: emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases


Kwok-Yung Yuen
Academy member, Chinese Academy of Engineering,
Henry Fok Professor in Infectious Diseases; Chair of Infectious Diseases, Department of Microbiology, the University of Hong Kong, China
Website:  http://www.microbiology.hku.hk/staff/staff_hp/Prof_KY_Yuen.html
Interest:  Emerging infectious diseases, including the Influenza A viruses, novel Human Coronavirus, the bat SARS coronavirus.


Associate Editors

Basil M. Arif
Scientist Emeritus,
Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.
Website: 
Interest: Biology and molecular biology of insect viruses.


Dimiter Dimitrov
Professor, 
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA
Website: https://www.dept-med.pitt.edu/ID/faculty_info.aspx/Dimitrov6907   
Interest: His major long-term goal is the development of clinically useful therapeutics and vaccines against cancer, HIV-1 and emerging and biodefense-related viruses as well as other related diseases including immune disorders.


Xia Jin
Principal Investigator,
Institut Pasteur of Shanghai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.shanghaipasteur.cas.cn/yw/fy/201203/t20120312_3508335.html
Interest: His laboratory studies human viral immunology using principally two viruses: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and dengue virus.


Ke Lan
Professor,
Director of State Key laboratory of Virology, Wuhan University, China
Website: http://www.bio.whu.edu.cn/index.php/View/2138  
Interest: Lan’s lab is focusing on two human tumor viruses, which are Kaposi’s Sarcoma associated herpesvirus (KSHV) and Hepatitis B virus (HBV).


Yi Li
Professor,
Peking University, China
Website: http://bio.pku.edu.cn/en/teacher_dis.php?cid=204&&teaid=37  
Interest: Dr. Li’s current projects focus on virus–host interactions and structural studies on host factors involved in virus-host interaction and plant defense against pathogens.


Mengji Lu
Professor,
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Website: https://www.uni-due.de/virologie/ag_lu.php  
Interest: Viral hepatitis; Infection immunology, innate and adaptive immunity to viral infection; Therapeutic vaccines; Epigenetic control of viral replication


Wenjun Ma
Associate Professor,
Kansas State University, USA
Website: https://www.vet.k-state.edu/education/dmp/faculty-staff/faculty/ma/  
Interest: His laboratory is interested in viral diseases of animals, with an emphasis on emerging zoonotic viral infections.


Pei-Yong Shi
I.H. Kempner Professor,
University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
Website: https://bmb.utmb.edu/faculty/shi.asp  
Interest: Shi’s lab focuses on flaviviruses that cause significant human diseases, such as dengue, Zika, West Nile, and Japanese encephalitis viruses.


Yi-Wei Tang
Professor,
Chief of Clinical Microbiology Service, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA
Website: https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/doctors/yi-wei-tang  
Interest: He is interested in the application of cutting-edge and panomic techniques in clinical and translational research for the diagnosis and monitoring of microbial infections focusing on clinical relevance and outcomes.


Jianwei Wang
Professor,
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China
Website: 
Interest: Enteroviruses and respiratory viruses


Yan-Yi Wang
Principal Investigator,  
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://159.226.126.127:8082/web/48003/english  
Interest: Dr Wang's research is focused on molecular mechanisms of antiviral innate immunity and inflammation.


Yuntao Wu
Professor,
George Mason University, USA
Website: http://mason.gmu.edu/~ywu8/WuLab/home.html  
Interest: Dr. Wu’s research has predominantly focused on a particular subset of cellular factors during HIV infection.


Xuejie Yu
Professor,
University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
Website: https://microbiology.utmb.edu/faculty/xue-jie-yu-md-phd   
Interest: Dr. Yu’s research interest is to understand the pathogenesis of obligate intracellular bacteria Rickettsia and Ehrlichia and host-pathogen interactions.


Zhi-Ming Zheng
Professor,
National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA
Website: https://irp.nih.gov/pi/zhi-ming-zheng  
Interest: His research interests center on the RNA processing and tumorigenesis of tumor viruses including papillomaviruses and Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus.


Editorial Board

Jing An
Professor,
Capital Medical University, China
Website: http://bmss.ccmu.edu.cn/szdw_13332/jsjj_13358/76351.htm  
Interest: Her research focused on the virus-host interaction and vaccine development of Flaviviruses, such as Dengue and Japanese Encephalitis Virus.


Thomas Baumert
Professor,
University of Strasbourg, France
Website: http://www.virology-education.com/thomas-baumert-md/  
Interest: His laboratory focuses on the modeling and discovery of the biological circuits underlying viral persistence and virus-induced disease such as chronic inflammation and cancer. As a model he uses chronic hepatitis B and C virus infection – a major cause of chronic liver disease and cancer world-wide.


Sina Bavari
Chief Scientific Officer, Scientific Director, 
United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, USA
Website: 
Interest: His research focused on therapeutic countermeasures against filoviruses.


Lionel Berthoux
Professor,
University of Quebec, Canada
Website: https://oraprdnt.uqtr.uquebec.ca/pls/public/gscw030?owa_no_site=353  
Interest: HIV-1 and related lentiviruses.


Herve Berthoux
Professor, Head of the Structure
Institut Pasteur, France
Website: https://research.pasteur.fr/en/member/herve-bourhy/  
Interest:The development of epidemiological models to study viral dynamics in bat colonies and in dog populations together with comprehensive viral phylodynamics studies using the combination of phylogenetic and coalescent approaches to connect the historical process of dog and bat lyssavirus evolution with different epidemiological parameters of interest.
The study of the patterns and variation of within-host viral diversification according to host species to understand the role of virus evolution during adaptation.
The analysis of the interplay between host cells and lyssaviruses, to undesrtand how viral proteins modulate cellular transduction pathways and innate immunity.
The study of the replication complex of Mononegavirales to develop new drugs intervening in viral replication.
The analysis of epidemiology and aetiologies of acute human encephalitis to identify unknown or unusual viral agents


Christopher C. Broder
Professor,
Uniformed Services University, USA
Website: https://www.usuhs.edu/national/faculty/christopher-broder-phd
Interest: His laboratory has focused on virus-host cell interactions with an emphasis on virus receptor discovery, virus entry and virus-mediated membrane fusion, vaccines and antibody therapeutics development. Research areas include HIV-1 and emerging zoonotic viruses including Nipah virus and Hendra virus; Ebola and Marburg viruses, and bat lyssavirus.


Ling Chen
Principal Investigator, Professor,
Guangzhou Medical University, China
Website: http://people.ucas.ac.cn/~0009323?language=en  
Interest: New technologies for antibody discovery and vaccine delivery, and HIV vaccine and influenza research


Mingzhou Chen
Professor,
Wuhan University, China
Website: http://snsx.whu.edu.cn/oldbio/english/gsjj3.asp?cid=154  
Interest: Focused on the gene expression and infection mechanism of RNA virus


Gong Cheng
Principal Investigator,  
Tsinghua University, China
Website: http://www.cls.edu.cn/english/PrincipalInvestigator/pi/index3401.shtml  
Interest: Dr. Cheng leads a research unit studying the pathogenesis and immune responses of flaviviral infections in both hosts and vectors.


Kaw Bing Chua
Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, Singapore
Website: http://www.tll.org.sg/group-leaders/kaw-bing-chua/  
Interest: His research area and interest is primarily driven by his desire to serve society through solving the problem of infectious diseases affecting humans, especially those in the region. At this juncture, the three priority areas closest to his heart are:
Development of an oral live attenuated enterovirus 71 (EV71) vaccine for future prevention and control of outbreak of hand foot and mouth disease due to EV71 especially those associated with deathly involvement of the central nervous system.
Explore an improved approach to reduce dengue virus infection and transmission in the community.
Explore new approach of developing animal model to study pathogenesis and diseases of human viruses.


Jean Michael Claverie
Aix-Marseille University, France
Website: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1424-0315  
Interest: Giant viruses, Virus origin and evolution, Epistemology of microbiology


Jie Cui
Principal Investigator, 
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/201603/t20160314_4549390.html  
Interest: Taking emerging infectious viruses and endogenous viruses as example,  Dr Cui’s research areas  include virus evolution, model construction for the interaction of virus and host cells, and the influences of endogenous virus to host genome


Fei Deng
Principal Investigator,
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/200907/t20090718_2100048.html  
Interest: She focuses on the studies in development of new biotechnology and original products based on baculovirus and its expression system, and the development of virus-mediated cell therapy technology.


Hongyu Deng
Principle Investigator,
Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://english.ibp.cas.cn/ibp_pi/AG/201311/t20131128_113437.html  
Interest: Dr Deng’s main research interests are to investigate the replication mechanisms of viruses and virus-host interactions, so as to gain insights into viral pathogenesis and to develop better therapeutics and diagnosis.


Lanying Du
Professor,
Co-Head of Laboratory of Viral Immunology, New York Blood Center, USA
Website: http://nybloodcenter.org/products-services/kimball-research-institute/langing-du-phd/  
Interest: The research focus of Dr. Du’s lab is on the development of antiviral therapeutic agents and vaccines for the treatment and prevention of HIV infection/AIDS and other emerging and remerging infectious diseases caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV), Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), and influenza viruses, as well as the blood transfusion-related viruses, including zika virus (ZIKV) and West Nile virus (WNV).


Min Fang
Principle Investigator,
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.im.cas.cn/english/zjrck/fs/201211/t20121115_3683669.html  
Interest:The current research in our laboratory mainly focuses on understanding the role of Natural Killer (NK) cells in infectious diseases and cancers, especially the role of age-dependent defect of NK cells in regulating increased susceptibility to viral infections and cancer carcinogenesis.


Wenhai Feng
China Agricultural University, China
Website: http://cbs.cau.edu.cn/art/2013/4/16/art_9229_91.html  
Interest: His laboratory studies animal viral immunology using principally Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV).


Zheng Fu
Professor,
University of Georgia, USA
Website: https://fid.uga.edu/directory/profile/?pid=nm2Ht4uCVCIQOmlqLmOxXw%3D%3D  
Interest: Dr. Fu is involved in the research of neuropathogenesis of rabies as well as other virus infections such as respiratory syncytial virus, human metapneumovirus, and influenza virus.


Peng Gong
Principle Investigator, 
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/201112/t20111228_3419122.html  
Interest: Dr Gong’s lab is focused on the crystal structure research of RNA virus polymerases, especially its catalytic mechanism and modulation to virus replication.


Deyin Guo
Professor,
Director, School of Medicine, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
Website: http://szmed.sysu.edu.cn/en/node/120    
Interest: Replication of RNA viruses (focusing on coronaviruses); innate immunity of virus infection; RNAi and genetic therapy of HIV.


Haitao Guo
Indiana University School of Medicine, USA
Website: https://medicine.iu.edu/faculty/23046/guo-haitao/  
Interest: Dr. Guo's research is focused on molecular virology, virus-host interactions, innate control of virus infection, and antiviral development on hepatitis B virus.


Jianmin Hu
Professor, 
Microbiology and Immunology, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Website: https://profiles.psu.edu/profiles/display/113380  
Interest: Dr Hu’s lab is focusing on the Hepatitis B virus, especially on the virus-host interactions, at the molecular and cellular level, which are critical to HBV replication and pathogenesis, and cellular factors required for viral infection and replication.


Qinxue Hu
Principle Investigator, 
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/200907/t20090718_2100063.html  
Interest: Dr. Hu’s lab is focused on HIV research, especially for 1)HIV-1 mucosal infection and immunity; 2) HSV-2/HIV-1 co-infection and inhibition; 3) Early infection and intervention of mucosally transmitted viruses


Daohong Jiang
Professor,
Huazhong Agricultural University, China
Website: http://cpst.hzau.edu.cn/info/1015/1645.htm  
Interest: Plant viruses


Jens Kuhn
Professor
Virology Lead, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH, USA
Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jens-h-kuhn-0728171b  
Interest: Emerging and re-emerging viruses and virus nomenclature 


Kui Li
Professor, 
University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA
Website: http://www.uthsc.edu/molecular_sciences/directories/faculty/k_li.php  
Interest: Work in the Li laboratory is centered on two main themes. The first one is to dissect innate immunity to infections by positive-strand RNA viruses such as hepatitis C virus and related viruses. We are studying how these viruses are detected by host innate immune sensors such as the Toll-like receptors and RIG-I-like receptors, leading to antiviral and inflammatory responses. The second focus area is to investigate how TRIM56, a tripartite motif protein, contributes to innate antiviral immunity.


Qihan Li
Principle Investigator, 
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China
Website: http://www.imbcams.ac.cn/Item/15451.aspx  
Interest: Dr Li’s lab is focused on the basic research of viral immunity, such as HSV-1, EV71 and CA16, viral vaccine development and quality control.


Wenhui Li
Principle Investigator, 
National Institute of Biological Sciences, China
Website: http://www.nibs.ac.cn/en/yjsjyimgshow.php?cid=5&sid=6&id=769  
Interest: Dr Li’s lab combines virology, biochemistry, chemical biology, immunology, and animal models to investigate molecular mechanisms of infection of Hepatitis B virus (HBV).


Zhenghe Li
Professor,
Zhejiang University, China
Website: http://www.cab.zju.edu.cn/swjs/7274/list.htm  
Interest: Reverse genetics of plant negative-strand RNA virus research, pathogenetic mechanism of begomoviruses


Di Liu
Principle Investigator, 
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://people.ucas.ac.cn/~0029295?language=en  
Interest: Using bioinformatics and genomics to study viral infectious disease


Jinhua Liu
Professor,
China Agricultural University, China
Website: http://cvm.cau.edu.cn/art/2011/12/26/art_3747_53.html  
Interest: Focuses on the mechanism of pathogenicity and transmission of avian influenza viruses


Wenjun Liu
Professor,
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.im.cas.cn/english/zjrck/fs/201009/t20100903_2942437.html  
Interest: His lab focuses on the molecular biology of viruses, the interactions of viruses with host cells, the pathogenesis of viral diseases, the post-translational modification of viral proteins, and mechanisms of host defense.


Shan Lu
Professor,
University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA
Website: https://profiles.umassmed.edu/display/129819  
Interest: His main interest is to understand the immunogenicity of protein antigens and the human immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV-1) envelopeproteins (Env) is used as a model system in the lab.


Yuanan Lu
Professor,
University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Website: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/publichealth/directory/yuanan-lu  
Interest: Dr. Yuanan Lu's research interests focus on employing cutting-edge molecular biology and virology technology for the development of new technology for enhanced early detection of viral infection and novel preventive and therapeutic strategies to combat pathogenic viruses of human and marine species.


Guangxiang (George) Luo
Endowed Professor, 
Department of Microbiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, USA
Website: http://apps.medicine.uab.edu/facultydirectory/FacultyData.asp?Entity=JHS&FID=56106  
Interest: The overall objective in Dr. Luo’ lab is to combine reverse genetic, biochemical, cell biological, proteomic, and transgenic approaches toward a thorough understanding of the molecular mechanisms of HCV infection, replication, virion assembly, virus-host interaction, and molecular pathogenesis.


Min-Hua Luo
Principle Investigator,
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/200910/t20091022_2587659.html  
Interest: Focuses on Human Cytomegalovirus Infection and neuropathy.


Hinh Ly
Associate Professor,
University of Minnesota, USA
Website: https://www.vetmed.umn.edu/bio/veterinary-and-biomedical-scie/hinh-ly
Interest: Dr. Ly’s lab has developed an infectious molecular clone for a prototypic BSL2 arenavirus (Pichinde virus) as well as a safe and convenient surrogate animal model for LASV. These novel systems have afforded us with unique resources and unprecedented opportunities to investigate in details the processes of viral entry/infection, genome replication/transcription and virulence.


Chuanbin Mao
George Lynn Cross Research Professor,
University of Oklahoma, USA
Website: http://www.ou.edu/content/cas/chemistry/directory/faculty/chuanbin-mao.html  
Interest: Dr’ Mao’s lab focuses on biomaterials for nanotechnology and nanomedicine


Venugopal Nair
Group Leader, 
The Pirbright Institute, UK
Website: https://www.pirbright.ac.uk/users/prof-venugopal-nair-obe
Interest: Vaccinology of avian viral diseases


Cheng-Feng Qin
Professor,
Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, China
Website: 
Interest: Epidemiology and molecular mechanism of viruses caused emerging infectious diseases such as Flaviviruses.


Qiu, Xiangguo
University of Manitoba, Canada
Website: http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/medicine/units/medical_microbiology/faculty/xiangguoqiu.html
Interest: Study emerging/re-emerging biosafety level (BSL) 3 and 4 viruses. My main interests are: to develop and test novel vaccine platforms for different applications including the protection against emerging pathogens; to develop and evaluate therapeutics especially mAb therapy for BSL3 and 4 viruses; to develop animal models as a tool for studying pathogenesis and identifying immune correlates of these viruses.


Lijun Rong
Professor, 
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Website: http://ronglabmates.wixsite.com/ronglab  
Interest: Dr. Rong’s laboratory is focused on elucidating the entry mechanisms of several emerging or reemerging viral pathogens and on developing potential antiviral therapeutics.


Charles E. Samuel
C.A. Storke II Professor,
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Website: https://www.nri.ucsb.edu/people/researchers/samuel  
Interest: His laboratory's research concerns animal virus-host interactions with focus on mechanisms of innate antiviral immunity involving the PKR kinase and ADAR deaminase.


Sang Heui Seo
Professor,
Chungnam National University, Korea
Website: 
Interest: Genetic and pathogenic analysis of animal influenza viruses


Donald Seto
Professor,
George Mason University, USA
Website: http://www.binf.gmu.edu/dseto/  
Interest: Dr. Seto has extensive experience and interests in bioinformatics, genome analysis, genomics and biochemistry, especially about human adenoviruses.


Yiming Shao
Principle Investigator,
Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
Website: 
Interest: Focused on virology, immunology, molecular epidemiology and vaccinology of HIV


Weifeng Shi
Taishan Medical University
Website: http://bm-en.tsmc.edu.cn/info/1011/1063.htm  
Interest: Professor Shi has been working on molecular epidemiology and bioinformatics analysis of emerging and re-emerging viral infectious disease, such as influenza A virus, Ebola virus, and enterovirus.  Recently, Professor Shi started to work on the origin and evolution of novel human-infecting avian influenza virus in China.


Lishan Su
Professor, 
University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill, USA
Website: https://www.med.unc.edu/orfeome/people/faculty/lishan-su-phd  
Interest: Dr. Su’s laboratory studies the virology, immunology and therapy of HIV-1 and HBV persistent infection.


Ren Sun
Professor,
Molecular & Medical Pharmacology, Bioengineering
Senior Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Associate Vice Provost, International Institute
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Website: http://faculty.pharmacology.ucla.edu/institution/personnel?personnel_id=45881  
Interest: Dr. Sun’s lab takes systems biology approaches to characterize the virus replication capacity, in the presence of specific immune response, drug selection, and host-viral interactions, at the genomic scale. We integrate multi-disciplinary methods, including viral genetics, molecular and cellular biology, genomics, structural biology, microfluidics, informatics and mathematic modeling.


Hengli Tang
Professor, 
Florida State University, USA
Website: http://www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-tang.php  
Interest: Dr. Tang’s lab is focused on virus-host cell interactions concerning hepatitis C virus (HCV) and flaviviruses such as dengue (DENV) and Zika viruses (ZIKV). We are currently using pluripotent stem cells and targeted differentiation in vitro to study viral susceptibility of cells from distinct lineages.


Yigang Tong
Professor,
Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China
Website: http://life.buct.edu.cn/szdw/jsml/js/103747.htm  
Interest: Genome and phylogenetic analysis of viruses associated with emerging infectious diseases


Wenwei Tu
Professor,
The University of Hong Kong, China
Website: http://paed.hku.hk/menu/staff/wwtu/wwtu.html
Interest: Currently Dr. Tu’s laboratory is focusing on the following three research interests within a context of translational immunology: 1) Humanized mouse model; 2) Viral immunology; 3) Transplantation immunology.


Just M. Vlak
Professor,
Wageningen University, Netherlands
Website: https://www.wur.nl/en/Persons/prof.dr.-JM-Just-Vlak.htm  
Interest: Biological control, Biotechnology, Evolution, Genetics, Virology, Baculovirus, Animal viruses,


Jian-Hua Wang
Principal Investigator,
Institute Pasteur of Shanghai, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Website: http://sourcedb.shanghaipasteur.cas.cn/yw/pe/pi/200906/t20090627_1855521.html
Interest: Dr. Wang’s research interests focus on the interactions of HIV-1-host cells and viral pathogenesis, and three aims are included: 1) HIV-1 mucosal infections and host cell-mediated viral dissemination;  2) The contribution of dendritic cells immunal activation to viral pathogenesis during co-infections of HIV-1 with other pathogens;  3) To explore the host factors that could restrict HIV-1 replication in monocytic cells.


Huimin Yan
Principal Investigator,
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/200907/t20090718_2100059.html  
Interest: Dr. Yan focused on anti-viral functions of IgA antibody, anti-viral mucosal adjuvant and vaccines


Bo Zhang
Principal Investigator,
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/201004/t20100427_2833071.html  
Interest: Dr. Zhang is interested in the replication mechanisms of positive single-stranded RNA viruses, and aims to understand viral pathogenesis and to help for antiviral therapy and vaccine. Specifically, the major focus is arthropod-borne flaviviruses (JEV, DENV) and alphavirus (CHIKV).


Yong-Zhen Zhang
Principal Investigator,
Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
Website: 
Interest: Evolution and phylogeny analysis of viruses caused emerging infectious diseases.


Xin Zheng
Professor,
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
Website: http://www.whuh.com/doctorss/view/864.html  
Interest: severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome bunyavirus (SFTSV)


Bo Zhong
Professor,
Wuhan University, China
Website: http://mri.whu.edu.cn/info/1094/1605.htm
Interest: Innate antiviral immunity, Inflammation and tumorigenesis


Jin Zhong
Institut Pasteur of Shanghai, CAS, China
Website: http://sourcedb.shanghaipasteur.cas.cn/yw/pe/pi/200906/t20090627_1855529.html  
Interest: Our main interest is to elucidate the molecular basis of virus-host interactions during HCV infection, which may contribute to the prevention and better treatment of HCV infection. On the other hand, we hope that our research will help address important basic scientific questions in the field of virology, immunology and cell biology. In the last several years, our research interests have been expanded to other medically important RNA viruses, such as Zika virus and Ebola virus.


Xi Zhou
Principal Investigator,
Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Website: http://sourcedb.whiov.cas.cn/yw/rck/201705/t20170501_4781975.html  
Interest: 1) RNAi-mediated innate antiviral immunity and viral evasion of RNAi; 2) Viral RNA replication; 3) RNA remodeling proteins for viral life cycle; 4) Surface display technology based on virus-like particles (VLPs) of insect viruses


Fanxiu Zhu
Professor,
Florida State University, USA
Website: http://www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-zhu.php  
Interest: His laboratory studies Kaposi’s sarcoma–associated herpesvirus (KSHV), including Kaposi’s sarcoma, primary effusion lymphoma, and multicentric Castleman’s disease.

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