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Institute of Human Virology

725 West Lombard Street

Baltimore, Maryland 21201

United States

Company Description

Formed in 1996 as a partnership between the State of Maryland, the City of Baltimore, the University System of Maryland and the University of Maryland Medical System, IHV is an institute of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and is home to some ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

University of Maryland

Reviewer

Institute of Medicine

Affiliations

Faculty Member
University of Wisconsin

Education

BA

UCLA

MS

Ph.D.

University Maryland School of Medicine's Institute

doctorate

Virology

UCBerkly

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IHV Faculty: Institute of Human Virology

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Maria Salvato, PhD: IHV, Head of the Laboratory of Arenavirus Disease & Preventive Vaccines, Professor, Medicine


Genetics Blog » Blog Archive » The Common Flu — Or Bioterrorism? Institute Of Human Virology Works On A Rapid Diagnostic Tool To Help Answer The Question

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"The symptoms for both the common flu and biowarfare agents can be near identical," explains Dr. Maria Salvato, a researcher and professor at the Institute of Human Virology, a center of the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute and affiliated with the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

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At the IHV, Dr. Salvato's lab will expose blood cell cultures to five different viruses that cause flu-like symptoms (influenza, respiratory syncytial virus, parainfluenza virus, rhinovirus, and arenavirus) to determine which genes can discriminate between natural disease and biowarfare agents.


Speakers

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World Affairs Council of the Desert Speaker Series: Dr. Maria Salvato

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Dr. Maria Salvato, University of Maryland
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Maria Salvato
Maria S. Salvato received her BA at UCLA and a doctorate in Virology at UCBerkly in 1979. She did post-doctoral studies at UCSF on RNA Processing with Dr. Christine Guthrie. In 1980 she became a Sr Scientist at the MRC- Cambridge UK, under the direction of Sydney Brenner. In 1985 she joined Michael Oldstones group at the Scripps Research Foundation, where she completed the first arenavirus sequence and discovered the zinc-binding gene product of the arenaviruses. From 1990-2000 she was a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she developed a primate model for viral hemorrhagic fever. Dr. Salvato is currently a Professor at the Institute of Human Virology, University of Maryland Medical School. She has been active on NIH study sections, has chaired the ICTV-Arenavirus Group from 2000-2011, and has served on an Institute of Medicine panel on Smallpox.


Current Speakers

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World Affairs Council of the Desert Speaker Series: Dr. Maria Salvato

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Dr. Maria Salvato, University of Maryland
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Maria Salvato
Maria S. Salvato received her BA at UCLA and a doctorate in Virology at UCBerkly in 1979. She did post-doctoral studies at UCSF on RNA Processing with Dr. Christine Guthrie. In 1980 she became a Sr Scientist at the MRC- Cambridge UK, under the direction of Sydney Brenner. In 1985 she joined Michael Oldstones group at the Scripps Research Foundation, where she completed the first arenavirus sequence and discovered the zinc-binding gene product of the arenaviruses. From 1990-2000 she was a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she developed a primate model for viral hemorrhagic fever. Dr. Salvato is currently a Professor at the Institute of Human Virology, University of Maryland Medical School. She has been active on NIH study sections, has chaired the ICTV-Arenavirus Group from 2000-2011, and has served on an Institute of Medicine panel on Smallpox.


World Affairs Council of the Desert ...

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World Affairs Council of the Desert Speaker Series: Dr. Maria Salvato

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Dr. Maria Salvato, University of Maryland
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Maria Salvato
Maria S. Salvato received her BA at UCLA and a doctorate in Virology at UCBerkly in 1979. She did post-doctoral studies at UCSF on RNA Processing with Dr. Christine Guthrie. In 1980 she became a Sr Scientist at the MRC- Cambridge UK, under the direction of Sydney Brenner. In 1985 she joined Michael Oldstones group at the Scripps Research Foundation, where she completed the first arenavirus sequence and discovered the zinc-binding gene product of the arenaviruses. From 1990-2000 she was a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she developed a primate model for viral hemorrhagic fever. Dr. Salvato is currently a Professor at the Institute of Human Virology, University of Maryland Medical School. She has been active on NIH study sections, has chaired the ICTV-Arenavirus Group from 2000-2011, and has served on an Institute of Medicine panel on Smallpox.

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