University College Dublin (UCD)

William W. Hall

William W. Hall, MD, PhD

Professor of Medical Microbiology
Director, National Virus Reference Laboratory (NVRL)
and Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID)
School of Medicine and Medical Science
University College Dublin

Distinguished Professor
Global Station for Zoonosis Control, GI-CoRE
Hokkaido University

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Human retroviruses, Arboviruses, Blood-borne viruses, Viral pathogenesis and Novel virus discovery

Stephen V. Gordon, PhD

Professor
School of Veterinary Medicine
University College Dublin

Professor
Global Station for Zoonosis Control, GI-CoRE
Hokkaido University

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Tuberculosis in humans and animals, Paratuberculosis in cattle, Pathogen genomics, Bacterial virulence mechanisms.

Michael Carr

Michael Carr, PhD

Clinical Scientist
National Virus Reference Laboratory
School of Medicine and Medical Science

Associate Professor
Global Station for Zoonosis Control, GI-CoRE
Hokkaido University

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
My research interests include the evolution and pathogenesis of human respiratory and bloodborne viruses. We are also investigating host genetic variation and biomarkers associated with differing clinical outcomes and treatment responses to chronic viral infections.