Research in the Conway Lab is focused on emerging infectious diseases such as mosquito-borne viruses and coronaviruses. Michael J. Conway, Ph.D.'s research on virus-vector-host interactions, which focuses on the relationship between the virus and the organisms (vectors) that carry it, revealed novel strategies to interfere with mosquito-borne virus transmission. These studies serve as a precursor to the development of “transmission-blocking” vaccines, which target the vector rather than the virus itself.
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Undergraduate and graduate students, post-baccalaureate and post-doctoral fellows: please contact Michael J. Conway.