Hueffer, Karsten

Dr. Karsten Hueffer, DVM, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Microbiology, Department of Veterinary Medicine

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS: 

  • Infectious Diseases - Rabies, Tularemia
  • Disease Surveillance - Arctic Fox
  • Rural Alaska Monitoring Program
  • Incorporate research into academic programs

EDUCATION

1993 - 1999  Veterinary course at the School of Veterinary Medicine in Hannover (DVM  equivalent; third best out of 238 candidates)

1999 - 2003  Graduate studies/Cornell University in Comparative Biomedical Science (Ph.D.)

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS AND FELLOWSHIPS:

1996    Award for best academic results from the H. Wilhelm Schaumann Foundation (Preis für beste Studienleistungen)

1999 – 2001   Graduate Research Assistantship (College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University)

2001 – 2002   Stockler Fellowship (Graduate School, Cornell University)

2003     Award for Scholarship in Basic Science, Alpha Chapter of Phi Zeta (Veterinary Honor Society)

2004 – 2006   Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Fellow

2008 – 2009   National Academies Education Fellow in the Life Sciences

2010     Outstanding Teacher, Department of Biology and Wildlife, UAF

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2003 - 2006   Post doctoral fellow Section of Microbial Pathogenesis, Yale University

2006 – 2013  Assistant professor for Microbiology, Institute of Arctic Biology and Department of Biology and Wildlife, UAF

2006 – 2013  Associate Faculty Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry UAF

2013 – 2013  Associate Professor of Microbiology, Institute of Arctic Biology and Department of Biology and Wildlife, UAF

2013 – Present Associate Director Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activities  Office (URSA) UAF

2014 – Present  Associate Professor of Microbiology, Department of Veterinary Medicine, UAF

Teaching Responsibility

1995 –1996  Teaching assistant physiology laboratory course, School of Veterinary  Medicine Hannover, Germany

2002 –2003  Teaching assistant in laboratory courses during Foundation course IV:  Host, Agent, Defense (VT MED 540, Cornell University)

2002 –2003  Co-organisor of Virology Journal Club at Cornell University

2005   Organizer of Post doctoral seminar series, Section of Microbial Pathogenesis, Yale University

2006 - 2013  Assistant Professor Department of Biology and Wildlife UAF

2013   Associate Professor Department of Biology and Wildlife UAF         

2014 – present  Associate Professor of Microbiology, Department of Veterianry Medicine UAF

Courses taught:

Concepts of infectious diseases (new course)   (Fall 2006, Spring 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)

Microbiology  (Spring 2007, 2013)

Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology  (Spring 2009, 2010, Fall 2011)

Principles of Virology (new course)  (Spring 2009, 2012)

Fundamentals of Biology I  (Fall 2013)

SERVICE:

Professional Service:

1997- 1998 Students representative in the central study commission at the Veterinary School Hannover.

1997-1998  Chairman of Students Parliament at the Veterinary School Hannover

Fall 1997/98 Chairman of the Election Commission for student parliament, Veterinary School Hannover

Summer 1998 Student representative in the Leadership Program for Veterinary Students, Cornell University

2001 - 2003 Representative for the field of Comparative Biomedical Sciences in the Council of Representatives to the Graduate and Professional Students Assembly, Cornell University

2001 - 2002 Representative of Biological Sciences in the Graduate and Professional Students Assembly, Cornell University

2001 - 2002 Graduate Student representative in the University Assembly, Cornell University

2001 - 2002 Member of the Executive Committee to the University Assembly, Cornell University

2001 - 2003 Member of Graduate and Professional Student Assembly Finance Committee (Chairman 2001 – 2002), Cornell University

2001 - 2003 Member of the Campus Planning Committee, Cornell University

2008 – present Director’s Council, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF)

2008 – 2009 Member at large, Executive Committee of the International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man

2009 – 2010 Secretary treasury, Executive Committee of the International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man

2009 – 2012  User Committee Design Life Science Research and Teaching Facility UAF

2009 – 2010  Member, search Committee for UAA WAMMI/INBRE faculty position

2010 – 2011  Vice president, Executive Committee of the International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man

2010 – present Chair, Internal Biosafety Committee (IBC) at UAF

2010 – 2011  Veterinary task force for UAF

2010 – 2012   Member, search Committee for UAF State Public Health lab faculty position

2010 – 2012   Member, search Committee for UAF Immunology faculty position Co-chair since summer 2011

2011 – 2012   Member Veterinary Steering Committee

2010 – 2011   President, Executive Committee of the International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man

2011 – present Member Editorial Board, Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology

2011 – present Member Editorial Board, Open Journal of Veterinary Medicine

2011 Member, search Committee for UAF /INBRE faculty position virologist

2011  Member, search Committee for UAF /INBRE faculty position Immunologist

2012  President American Society of Microbiology Alaska Branch

2012 – present Member, Qualifying Exam Committee, Department of Biology and Wildlife, UAF

2013  Member INBRE Management Advisory Committee (MAC) University of Alaska

2013 – present  Chair Curriculum committee Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Alaska Fairbanks

2013 – present  Chair, search Committee for UAF Veterinary Pathology faculty position

Ad hoc reviewer:

Grant reviews:

National Science Foundation

Peer reviewed Journals:

Sensors

American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology

Journal of Wildlife Diseases

Virology Journal

Infection, Genetics and Evolution

European Association of Fisheries Pathologists Bulletin

Infection and Immunity

Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases

Public Service:

2007-6/2013 Volunteer Firefighter, Ester Volunteer Fire Department

6/2013 - present  Lieutenant Ester Volunteer Fire Department

2010-2013  Trail Veterinarian Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog Race

2011-2013  Trail Veterinarian Chatenika 200 Sled Dog Race.

2011- 2013 Member Board of Directors Ester Volunteer Fire Department

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:           

Peer reviewed: (1028 citations and H-factor of 13 as of  2/03/2014, Google Scholar)

26. Hansen, C.M.; Hueffer, K., Gulland, F.Wells R.; Balmer, B., Castellini, J M.; O’Hara, T.M. Use of cellulose filter paper to quantify whole blood mercury in two marine mammals: Validation study. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 2014 50(2):271-8

25. Kim, B.I., Blanton, J.D., Turmelle, A., Castrodale, L., Hueffer K., Slate, D., Rupprecht, C.E.: Fox rabies in Alaska, 1995-2008: a conceptual framework for the potential impact of climate change on disease dynamics in the Arctic. Zoonoses and Public Health. 2014 61(1):72-80.

24. Hueffer, K., Fonseca, M.A., Leiserowitz, A., Taylor, K.M.: The wisdom of crowds: Predicting a weather and climate-related event. Judgment and Decision Making 2013 8:2 91-105.

23. Hueffer, K., Parkinson, A.J., Gerlach, R., Berner, J.: Zoonotic Infections in the US Arctic (Alaska); disease prevalence, potential impact of climate change, and recommended actions for earlier disease detection, research, and prevention and control. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 2013 72: 19562

22. Hueffer, K., O’Hara, T.M., Gende, S.M.: Assay dependence of Brucella antibody prevalence in a declining Alaskan harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) population. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica (2013) 55:2.

21. Lieske C., Moses S., Castellini J.M., Klejka J., Hueffer K., O’Hara T.M.: Toxicokinetics of Total Mercury in Canine Blood. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica (2011) 53: 66.

20. de Bruin, O.M., Duplantis B.N., Ludu, J.S., Hare, R.F., Nix, E.B., Schmerk, C.L., Boraston A.B., Hueffer, K., Nano, F.E.: Requirement of Francisella Pathogenicity Island (FPI)-encoded proteins for intracellular growth and biochemical features of the FPI-encoded proteins IglA, IglB, IglC, IglD, PdpB and DotU. Microbiology. 2011 Dec;157(Pt 12):3483-91.

19. Hansen C.M., Castrodale L.J., Vogler A.J., Keim P., Wagner D.M., Hueffer K. (Review): Tularemia in Alaska 1938 – 2010. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 53(2011):61

18. Follmann, E.H., Ritter D., Swor R., Hueffer K.: Preliminary evaluation of Raboral V-RG® oral rabies vaccine in Arctic foxes (Vulpes lagopus). Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 47 (2011): 1032-1035

17. Hueffer, K., Holcomb, D., Ballweber, L., Gende, S., O’Hara, T.M.: Serologic Surveillance of Multiple Pathogens in a declining Harbor Seal (Phoca vitulina) Population in Glacier Bay National Park and a Reference Site. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 47 (2011): 984-988

16. Hueffer, K., O’Hara T. M., Follmann E. F. (review): Adaptation of Mammalian Host-Pathogen Interactions in a Changing Arctic Environment. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica. 53 (2011): (1):17.

15. Hueffer, K., Lieske, C. L., McGilvary, L. M., Hare, R. F., Miller, D. L., O’Hara, T. M.: Strectocccus phocae Isolated form a Spotted Seal (Phoca largha) with Pyometra in Alaska. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 42, (2011): 108-112.

14. Hueffer, K., Armbruster, P., Daehler, C., Ferzli, M., Godwin, J., Mulder, C.P.H., Sherwood, A.: Species Interaction, Advantageous or Not: the Fig-Wasp relationship. EcoEdNet (2010) http://esa.org/ecoed/index.php?P=FullRecord&ID=318.

13. Triebenbach, A. N, Vogl, S. J.,Lotspeich-Cole, L., Sikes, D. S., Happ, G. M., Hueffer, K.: Detection of Francisella tularensis in Alaskan Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and Assessment of a Laboratory Model for Transmission. Journal of Medical Entomology. 47 (2010): 639-648

12. Patel, J. C., Hueffer, K., Lam, T. T., and Galán, J. E.: Diversification of a Salmonella effector protein function by ubiquitin-dependent differential localization. Cell (137) (2009): 283-294.

11. Read, A, Vogl, S. J., Hueffer, K., Gallagher, L. A., and Happ, G. M.: Francisella genes required for replication in mosquito cells. Journal of Medical Entomology. 45 (2008):1108-1116.

10. Hueffer, K., and J. E. Galán. (review): Salmonella-induced macrophage death: multiple mechanisms, different outcomes. Cell Microbiol 6 (2004):1019-1025.

9. Hernandez, L., Hueffer, K., Wenk, M., Galán, J. E.:  Salmonella modulates vesicular trafficking by altering phosphoinositide metabolism. Science 304 (2004): 1805-1807.

8. Hueffer, K., Palermo, L., Parrish, C.:  Parvovirus infection of cells using variants of the feline transferrin receptor altering - clathrin-mediated endocytosis, membrane domain localization and capsid binding domains. Journal of Virology 78 (2004): 5601–5611.

7. Hueffer, K., Truyen, U., Parrish, C. R. (review):  Evolution und Wirtswechsel des Caninen Parvovirus: Molekulare Grundlagen der Entstehung eines neuen Virus. Berliner Muenchner Tieraerztliche Wochenschrift 117 (2004):130 – 135

6. Govindasamy, L., Hueffer, K., Parrish, C. R., Agbandje-McKenna, M.:  Structures of host range-controlling regions of the capsids of canine and feline parvoviruses and mutants.  Journal of Virology 77 (2003) 12211-12221.

5. Hueffer, K, Govindasamy, L., Agbandje-McKenna, M., Parrish, C. R.:  Combinations of two capsid regions controlling canine host range determine canine transferrin receptor binding by canine and feline parvoviruses.  Journal of Virology 77 (2003) 10099-10105.

4. Hueffer, K., Parrish C. R. (review):  Parvovirus host range, cell tropism and evolution.  Current Opinion in Microbiology 6 (2003) 392-398.

3. Palermo, L., Hueffer, K., Parrish, C. R.:  Residues in the apical domain of the feline and canine transferrin receptors control host-specific binding and cell infection of canine and feline parvoviruses.  Journal of Virology 77 (2003) 8915-8923.

2. Hueffer, K., Parker, J., Weichert, W., Geisel, R., Sgro, J., Parrish, C. R.:  The natural host range shift and subsequent evolution of canine parvovirus resulted from virus-specific binding to the canine transferrin receptor.  Journal of Virology 77 (2003) 1718-1726

1. Chen, C., Burton-Wurster, N., Bordon, C., Hueffer, K., Bloom, S., Lust, G.:  Chondrocyte necrosis and apoptosis in impact damaged articular cartilage;  Journal of Orthopaedical Research 19 (2001) 703-711

Submitted or in Revision:

1. Nix, E.B., Hare, R.F., Cheung, K.K.M., Schmerk, C.L., Chou A.Y., Elkins K.L., Nano F.E. Hueffer K.: PdpC, a potentially secreted protein of Francisella, is required for full virulence but not for intracellular growth.

2. Hansen C.M., Rember, R., Hueffer, K.: Assessing unbiased surveillance for bacterial pathogens in Alaskan wildlife populations.

3. Hare, R.F., Hueffer, K.: Localization of secreted Francisella effector proteins in infected cells.

4. Davis, M., Bonen, A., Snook, L., Jain, S., Bartels, K., Geor, R., Hueffer, K.: Conditioning Increases the Gain of Contraction-Induced Sarcolemmal Substrate Transport in Ultra-endurance Racing Sled Dogs

In Preparation:

1. Goldsmith E.W., Clements, C., Himschoot, E., Hundertmark, K., Hueffer, K., Population structure of two rabies hosts in Alaska

2. Drago, C.G., Hueffer, K., Kyle, C.J.: Local adaptation of sympatric and allopatric Arctic & red foxes

3. Rideout S., Hueffer K., Harris M.B., Schulte M.: Interaction of rabies virus glycoprotein fragments with the acetylcholine binding protein

Book Chapters:

2. Simon A., Belanger, D., Bertreaux, D., Hueffer, K., Rees, E.E., Leigton, P.A.: Ecology of rabies in the Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus). Submitted for Editor review.

1. Parrish C.R. and Hueffer K.: Parvovirus host range, cell tropism and evolution — studies of canine and feline parvoviruses, minute virus of mice, porcine parvovirus, and Aleutian mink disease virus. In Parvoviruses: J.R. Kerr, S.F. Cotmore, M.E. Bloom, R.M. Linden and C.R. Parrish, Editors, Hodder Arnold, London (2003),   343–351.

Abstracts:

42. Hundertmark, K.J., Goldsmith E.W., and Hueffer. K.: Population structure of Arctic foxes in Alaska is correlated with geographically restricted strains of rabies virus. The Wildlife Society, Alaska Chapter, Annual meeting 3/31-4/3,  Anchorage, Alaska).

41. Drago C. G., Hueffer K., Kyle C.J.: Immunogenetic comparisons of Arctic fox across multiple rabies zones in Alaska (oral presentation, Rabies in the Americas Meeting, 10/27-10/31/2013, Toronto, Canada)

40. Hueffer K., Rideout S., Harris M.B., Schulte M.: Rabies derived peptides interact with neuronal nicotinic receptors and alter behavior in mice (oral presentation, Rabies in the Americas Meeting, 10/27-10/31/2013, Toronto, Canada)

39. O’Hara, TM, Hueffer K.: Animal Health Concerns in a Changing Arctic: Marine/Aquatic Vertebrates Focus, 6th Workshop on Regional Surveillance and Research for Wildlife-borne Diseases (Aug 6-8, 2013 in Fort Collins; CO)

38. Hansen C.M., Rember R, O’Hara,T.M., Hueffer K. : Development and Implementation of a broad-based PCR Surveillance Method for Bacteria in Alaska Wildlife Tissues (poster presentation, Wildlife Disease Association Meeting 7/27-8/2/2013, Knoxville Tennessee).

37. Goldsmith E.W., Clements C.J., Himschoot E., Renshaw B., Hundertmark K.J., Hueffer K.: Population Structure of Two Rabies Hosts in Alaska. (oral presentation, annual meeting of the Alaska Chapter of The Wildlife Society 4/5/2013, Fairbanks Alaska)

36. Goldsmith E.W., Clement C.J., Himschoot E., Hundertmark K.J., Hueffer K.: Population Structure of two Rabies Hosts in Alaska. (oral presentation at Rabies in the Americas Meeting. 10/14-19/2012, Sao Paulo, Brazil)

35. Rideout S., Hueffer K., Harris M.B., Schulte M.: Interaction of rabies virus glycoprotein fragments with the acetylcholine binding protein. (poster presentation at Rabies in the Americas Meeting. 10/14-19/2012, Sao Paulo, Brazil)

34. Drago, C.G., Karsten Hueffer, K., Kyle C.J.: Local adaptation of sympatric and allopatric Arctic & red foxes (poster presentation Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution meeting 7/4-10/12, Ottawa Canada)

33. Renshaw, B, Hueffer K.: Microsatellite loci among rabies host Arctic and red fox in Alaska (Oral presentation American Society of Microbiology Alaska branch meeting 5/18-19/2012).

32. Hare, RF, Hueffer K.: Tracking Francisella Pathogenicity Island encoded proteins (Oral presentation American Society of Microbiology Alaska branch meeting 5/18-19/2012).

31. Hansen C.M., Hueffer K.: Unbiased molecular surveillance for bacterial disease in wildlife (Oral presentation American Society of Microbiology Alaska branch meeting 5/18-19/2012).

30. Kokx, K., Hueffer, K., Person, B.: Prevalence of four canine viruses in Arctic Foxes (Vulpes lagopus) from the National Petroleum Reserve. (Poster presentation, The Wildlife Society Annual Conference Waikoloa, Hawaii 11/5-10/2011)

29. Hansen C.M., Vogler A.J., Wagner D.M., Castrodale L.J., Hueffer K.: Tularemia in Wildlife in Alaska. (Poster, Wildlife Disease association meeting Quebec City, Canada 8/14-19/2011)

28. Hare-Sanford R.F., Hueffer, K.: PdpC, a potentially secreted protein of Francisella, is required for full virulence but not for intracellular growth. Alaska Branch meeting of American Society for Microbiology 2011

27. Hare-Sanford R.F., Hueffer, K.: Francisella secretes proteins encoded in the Pathogenicity Island. Alaska Branch meeting of American Society for Microbiology 2010

26. Follmann, E., Ritter, D., Hueffer, K., Swor R.: Evaluation of Raboral V-RG Oral Rabies Vaccine in Captive Arctic Foxes (Seminar 20th International Conference on Rabies in the Americas, Quebec City, Canada, 10/18-23/2009).

25. Hare-Sanford R.F., Hueffer, K.: Francisella secretes proteins encoded in the Pathogenicity Island. (Poster, 6th International Conference on Tularemia, 9/13-16/2009, Berlin Germany)

24. Smith L.K., Hueffer, K.: Effect of Francisella pathogenicity island proteins PdpC and PdpD on host macrophage cytokine response (Seminar, Alaska Biomedical Research Conference, Fairbanks AK, 5/14-15/09).

23. Hare-Sanford R.F., Hueffer, K.: Francisella secretes proteins encoded in the Pathogenicity Island (Seminar, Alaska Biomedical Research Conference, Fairbanks AK, 5/14-15/2009).

22. Hare-Sanford R.F., Hueffer, K.: Francisella secretes proteins encoded in the Pathogenicity Island (Seminar 2009 ASM AK Branch meeting in Kodiak, AK 4/4, 2009).

21. Hueffer, K., Hare-Sanford R.F., Triebenbach A.N: Francisella Host Interactions- Mosquitoes and Secreted Proteins (Seminar International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man Regina, Saskatchewan Canada 8/10-12/2008)

20. Read A., Vogl, S. J., Hueffer, K., Gallagher L., Happ G.M.: Francisella genes required for replication in mosquito cells (Poster, 2nd biannual National IDeA Symposium Washington, DC 08/6-8/2008)

19. Hare-Sanford, R.F., Hueffer, K.: Francisella Secreted Proteins Encoded in the Pathogenicity Island (Poster, 2nd biannual National IDeA Symposium Washington, DC 08/6-8/08)

18. Hueffer, K.: Infectious Disease Surveillance Using Mosquito Blood Meals (Seminar Alaska Branch meeting of American Society for Microbiology 3/21-22/2008

17. Triebenbach, A.N, Hueffer, K.: A mosquito model for the transmission of tularemia (Seminar Alaska Entomological Society, Anchorage, Ak 1/26/2008)

16. Hueffer, K.: Infectious Disease Surveillance Using Mosquito Blood Meals (Seminar Alaska Entomological Society, Anchorage, Ak 1/26/08)

15. Read, A., Vogl S., Hueffer, K., Happ G. M. : Colonization of Arthropod Hemocytes by Francisella novicida. (Seminar, International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man, Madison, Wisconsin 8/12-14/2007)

14. Hueffer, K.: Taking Control of the host cell an Example from Salmonella. (Seminar, Alaska Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, Anchorage, USA, 4/28/2007)

13. Hueffer, K.: Taking Control of the host cell an Example from Salmonella Pathogenesis (Seminar, University of Alaska Biomedical Research Conference, Fairbanks USA, 4/13/2007)

12. Harbison, C. E., Bennett, E., Hueffer, K., and Parrish, C., R.: Use of receptor mutants to dissect parvovirus entry and intracellular trafficking pathways (Poster, XIth  Parvovirus Workshop Les Diablerets, Switzerland, 27 -31/2006)

11. Hueffer, K., Palermo, L., Parrish, C. R.:  Cell Infection Using the Transferrin Receptor Parvovirus Capsids Require a Specific Lipid environment and capsid interactions with the receptor ectodomain, but not clathrin mediated uptake.  (Poster, American Society for Cell Biology 43st Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 12/13-17 2003).

10. Govindasamy, L., Hueffer, K., Parrish, C. R., Agbanje McKenna, M.:  Structural Studies of Canine Parvovirus Capsid Mutants Controlling Host Range and Receptor Binding.  (Seminar, American Society for Virology, 22st Annual Meeting, Davis, USA, 7/20-24/2003).

9. Hueffer, K., Palermo, L., Parrish, C. R.:  Using Mutant Transferrin Receptor to Define Pathways of Canine Parvovirus Cell Infection.  (Seminar, American Society for Virology, 22st Annual Meeting, Davis, USA, 7/20-24/2003). 

8. Hueffer, K., Parrish, C. R.:  The special Role of the Transferrin Receptor in the Entry and Infection of cells.  (Poster, American Society for Cell Biology 41st Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA, 12/8-12/2002).

7. Hueffer, K., Parrish, C. R.:  The specific roles of the transferrin receptor in canine parvovirus cell infection.  (Seminar, IX Parvovirus Workshop, Bologna Italy, 8/28-31/2002).

6. Parrish, C. R., Hueffer, K., Palermo, L.:  Host range and Evolutionary Variation of feline and canine parvovirus is determined by specific binding and infection by transferrin receptor.  (Seminar, IX Parvovirus Workshop, Bologna Italy, 8/28-31/2002).

5. Hueffer, K., Parker, J., Weichert, W., Geisel R., Sgro, J., Parrish, C. R.:  Host range of canine parvovirus are controlled by specific binding to the canine transferrin receptor.  (Seminar, American Society for Virology, 21st Annual Meeting, Lexinton, USA, 7/20-24/2002).

4. Parrish, C. R., Hueffer, K., Parker, J., Weichert, W.:  Binding of canine and feline parvoviruses to transferrinreceptors, and the role of the receptors in control of host range.  (Seminar, American Society for Virology, 20th Annual Meeting, Madison, USA, 7/21-25/2001).

3. Hueffer, K., Agbandje-McKenna, M., Parrish, C. R.:  Host range and Antigenicity of Canine Parvovirus Mutants. (Seminar, American Society for Virology, 20th Annual Meeting, Madison, USA, 7/21-25/2001).

2. Hueffer, K, Agbandje-McKenna M., Parrish C. R.:  Host range and Antigenicity of Canine Parvovirus Mutants. (Seminar, Third International Virus Assembly Symposium, Seeon, Germany 4/1-5/2001)

1. Hueffer, K., Parrish, C. R.:  Host Range and Antigenicity of Canine Parvovirus Mutants. (Poster, VIIIth Parvovirus Workshop, Mont Tremblant, Canada 6/28-7/2/2000).

Invited Presentations:

Research Highlights on Rabies and Tularemia; Animal Diseases Important to Human Health. 9/23/2013, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, St. Kitts and Nevis, West Indies

Comparative Biology of Intracellular Growth, 6th International Conference on Tularemia, 13/9/2009 Berlin, Germany

A Mosquito Model and secreted Effector Proteins of Francisella. 6/27/2008 University of Wisconsin Madison.

Taking control of the host cell, an example from Salmonella Pathogenesis. 3/12/2007 Rocky mountain Laboratory, National Institutes of Health, Hamilton MT

Virus Receptor Interactions in Canine Parvovirus. Determining Host Range and viral entry during Cell Infection 1/9/2004.  Molecular Virology and Oncology Seminar series Yale Medical School

Canine Parvovirus Infection, Two Sides of a Story. 10/7/2001.

Seminar series of the department of Virology Medical School of Hannover, Germany

 
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