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Influenza virus — a seemingly simple virus with only 8 genomic RNAs and ~ 14 proteins. But, this apparent simplicity belies complex programs deployed by the virus to steal, disable, and subvert cellular processes with the ultimate goal of replicating and transmitting new particles.

In the Mehle Lab, we study the viral replication machinery and the host factors that regulate expression of viral genes and replication of the viral genome.

UPDATE: New postdoc positions are available in the lab. We’re recruiting up to two post-docs for NIH-funded projects. Download the advert here.