Ann C. Palmenberg

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Professor (also Institute for Molecular Virology)
B.S.: St. Lawrence University
Ph.D.: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Phone: (608) 262-7519
Email: acpalmen@wisc.edu

Professional Services

Res. Collaboratory for Struct. Bioinform. (RCSB) Protein Data Bank (PDB) Advisory Committee - 2009

President, Am. Society for Virology (Executive Council ’07-‘09) - 2007-2008

ASV representative to International Union of Microbiological Societies - 2005-2008 

Co-organizer, 7th, 8th, 9th International Symposium on Positive-Strand RNA Viruses - 2004, 2007, 2010

Guest editor, special edition of Virus Research - 2003

FDA Site Visit Panel, Laboratory of Methods Development - 2003

I presently serve as a consultant for seven national and international firms on the production and use of cell-free translation systems; protein expression with viral IRESes; development and assay of recombinant vaccines; identification of anti-picornaviral drugs aimed at specific viral proteases;  computer based-methods of sequence analysis, and topological assessments of RNA folding patterns.

International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses, Executive Committee - 1999-2005

NIH Research Panel on Polio Eradication - 1998

Am. Type Culture Collection, Virology Task Force, Virology Advisory Board - 1997-2002

Organizer, Am. Society of Virology 13th & 20th Annual Meetings, Madison, WI - 1994, 2001

Associate Editor, Virology - 1993-2005

NIAID Task Force on Microbiology and Infectious Diseases - 1991

International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses, ASV representative - 1991, 1988-1992, 1999,
2001-2002

NIH study section member (Experimental Virology) - 1988-1992; Ad Hoc 2001, 2002, Immunology study section, 2001, Virology study section, 1999, 2001, 2002

Ad Hoc grant reviewer for NIH, NSF, ACS, USDA, Swiss Nat. Foundation, Canadian Res. Council, Singapore Nat. Sci. Foundation, Hughes Medical Foundation, Am. Heart Association - 1984-Present

Reviewer for J. Virology, Archives of Virology, Virology, Cell, J. Molecular Biology, EMBO Journal, PNAS, Science, Nature, Virus Research, Biochemistry - 1975-Present