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Ryan  D  Stultz

Entering Class: 2010
PhD Program: Molecular Virology
Advisor: David McDonald, PhD

Undergraduate Institution: University of Iowa
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, IA.

Research Interests: Host-pathogen interactions, HIV biology, innate immunity

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Featured Publication:

Stultz RD, Cenker JJ, McDonald D. 2017. Editorís Spotlight: Imaging HIV-1 Genomic DNA from Entry through Productive Infection. J Virol doi:10.1128/JVI.00034-17.

Additional Publications:

Cenker JJ, Stultz RD, McDonald D. 2017. Brain microglial cells are highly susceptible to HIV-1 infection and spread. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses doi:10.1089/AID.2017.0004.

Stultz RD, Cenker JJ, McDonald D. 2017. Editorís Spotlight: Imaging HIV-1 Genomic DNA from Entry through Productive Infection. J Virol doi:10.1128/JVI.00034-17.

Kim EM, Stultz R, Bonde S, Zavazava N. 2012. Embryonic stem cell-derived T cells induce lethal graft-versus-host disease and reject allogenic skin grafts upon thymic selection. Am J Transplant 12:600-609.

Bonde S, Pedram M, Stultz R, Zavazava N. 2010. Cell fusion of bone marrow cells and somatic cell reprogramming by embryonic stem cells. FASEB J 24:364-373.

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