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Caitlin Mattos Briggs

Education

Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology, Wa ke Forest University School of M edicine, Winston-Salem, NC, 2011

Current position

Research Scientist, Arbovax, Inc., Raleigh, NC (January 2012-present)

Publications

  1. Piper, A., Ribeiro, M., Smith, K. M., Briggs, C. M., Huitt, E., Nanda, K., Spears, C. J., Quiles, M., Cullen, J., Thomas, M. E., Brown, D. T. and Hernandez, R. (2013). Chikungunya virus host range E2 transmembrane deletion mutants induce protective immunity against challenge in C57BL/6J mice. J Virol 87(12): 6748-6757.
  2. Smith, K. M., Nanda, K., Spears, C. J., Piper, A., Ribeiro, M., Quiles, M., Briggs, C. M., Thomas, G. S., Thomas, M. E., Brown, D. T., Hernandez, R. and McCarl, V. (2012). Testing of novel dengue virus 2 vaccines in African green monkeys: safety, immunogenicity, and efficacy. Am J Trop Med Hyg 87(4): 743-753.
  3. Briggs, C. M., Mayer, A. E. and Parks, G. D. (2012). Mumps virus inhibits migration of primary human macrophages toward a chemokine gradient through a TNF-alpha dependent mechanism. Virology 433(1): 245-252.
  4. Briggs, C. M., Holder, R. C., Reid, S. D. and Parks, G. D. (2011). Activation of human macrophages by bacterial components relieves the restriction on replication of an interferon-inducing parainfluenza virus 5 (PIV5) P/V mutant. Microbes Infect 13(4): 359-368.
  5. Manuse, M. J., Briggs, C. M. and Parks, G. D. (2010). Replication-independent activation of human plasmacytoid dendritic cells by the paramyxovirus SV5 Requires TLR7 and autophagy pathways. Virology 405(2): 383-389.
  6. Mattos, C., Stiller, J. W., Postava-Davignon, M. and Rosengaus, R. (2006). Estimation and identification of bacterial and fungal loads in the termite species Nasutitermes corniger using molecular methods. Explorations: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities for the State of North Carolina. 1:107-21.
Protocols by Caitlin Mattos Briggs
  1. Chikungunya ELISA Protocol