SCID Center Faculty/Staff
Jennifer Moffat , PhD Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Director, Center for Humanized SCID Mouse Models
Dr. Moffat studies the interaction of varicella zoster virus (VZV) with human cells and tissues. VZV can infect skin and thymus that is implanted into SCID/beige mice (SCID-hu), which provide two models for understanding the virus-host interaction in whole tissues. Compounds that inhibit these essential kinases have antiviral effects that are currently being evaluated in skin organ culture and in the SCID-hu mouse model.
Timothy Endy, MD, MPH Associate Professor and Chief of Infectious Disease, Department of Medicine
Dr. Endy has extensive experience in dengue hemorrhagic fever and emerging diseases. His laboratory is currently developing an animal model for dengue hemorrhagic fever using humanized SCID mice.