Assistant Research Professor in Veterinary Pathobiology and Associate Director for LIDR
- BA, Molecular Biology, UC, San Diego
- PhD, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, UC, Los Angeles,
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, UC, San Diego
Research Emphasis: Dr. Anderson develops small animal models of infectious diseases transmitted by the aerosol respiratory route with an emphasis on simulating human disease to better characterize pathogen/host interactions, host immune response, and provide a platform to test vaccines and therapeutics pursuant to the Food and Drug Administration’s Animal Rule. Dr. Anderson welcomes collaboration with other investigators requiring inhalational studies of biologicals or nanoparticles at biosafety levels 1, 2, or 3.
Teaching Responsibilities: none
Coate EA1, Kocsis AG, Peters KN, Anderson PE, Ellersieck MR, Fine DM, Anderson DM. 2014. Remote monitoring of the progression of primary pneumonic plague in Brown Norway rats in high-capacity, high-containment housing. Pathog Dis, 71(2):265-75.
Gater, S.T., K.N. Peters, A.G. Kocsis, M.O. Dhariwala, D.M. Anderson, and P.E. Anderson. 2012. Host stress and immune responses during aerosol challenge of Brown Norway rats with Yersinia pestis. Front Cell Infect Microbiol. 2012;2:147
Bland DM, Eisele NA, Keleher LL, Anderson PE, Anderson DM. 2011. Novel Genetic Tools for Diaminopimelic Acid Selection in Virulence Studies of Yersinia pestis. PLoS ONE 6(3): e17352