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Peter Askovich, a senior scientist with the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute.
Halting Plasmodium infection during the clinically silent liver stage represents an attractive goal of antimalarial vaccination, but is challenging because, if not complete, some parasites can get into the blood and cause disease," noted study co-author Stefan Kappe, from the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute.
Cerrell currently serves on the board of directors for the ONE Campaign, UNITAID, the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, and the Music National Service Initiative.
Leo Stamatatos of the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute said the major stumbling block in the development of an effective vaccine against HIV is the inability to elicit, by immunization, broadly reactive neutralizing antibodies (NAbs).
Duffy of the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute and Theonest K.
He is also a current or past trustee of a variety of organizations in the Pacific Northwest, including the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute (Chairman of the Board), Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association (WBBA), and the WSU Research Foundation.
Scientists at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine have experimentally determined 500 three-dimensional protein structures from a number of bacterial and protozoan pathogens, which could potentially lead to new drugs, vaccines and diagnostics to combat deadly infectious diseases.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from multiple institutions will be working on this effort, led by Niemz and KGI professor Ali Nadim, along with Robert Doebler, PhD, founder and president of Claremont BioSolutions, and Gerard Cangelosi, PhD, affiliate member of Seattle Biomedical Research Institute.