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Richard Compans

Richard Compans is a professor in and former chair of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology as well as Scientific Director of the Influenza Pathogenesis and Immunology Research Center (IPIRC), both in the Emory University School of Medicine. He additionally holds a professorship in the Emory Vaccine Center and is the Investigator for the Emory Center for AIDS Research. With over 30 years of academic experience and 15 patents to his name, Dr. Compans primarily studies viral surface glycoproteins and their interactions with the immune system as a means of developing novel vaccine treatments. These techniques are applied to the study of diseases such as HIV, influenza, and Ebola. During his tenure at Emory, Dr. Compans has received multiple awards – such as the Dean’s Distinguished Faculty Award and the Georgia Research Alliance’s Catalyst Award.

 

http://vaccines.emory.edu/faculty-evc/primary-faculty/compans_richard.html

TECHNOLOGIES
HIV Vaccine Using Virus-Like Particles (VLPs)
Repurposed Kinase Inhibitors as Vaccine Adjuvants
Novel Vaccine Antigen Presentation Platforms
Membrane-anchored Fusokine as Vaccine Adjuvant to Prevent Viral Infection
Boosting Immunogenicity of Vaccines Using Saponins and Agonists of the Intracellular STING Pathway
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