Wilson Group Virology @K
Viruses

Welcome to the Wilson Research Group

Projects - (Nov 2019)


Three areas of our research into spherical viruses include
1. Understanding the maturation of virusese
2. How to modify viral capsids for nano-medicines.
3. Interior modifications of viral capsid for drug encapsulation
We've just returned from the 5th Gordon Research Conference on Physical Virology in Ventura, CA. Organized by amazing Tuli Mukhopadhyay and Wouter Roos! January 2019

Projects - (Coming Feb 2019 - stay tuned!)


We attended the 5th Gordon Research Conference on Physical Virology in Ventura, CA. Organized by amazing Tuli Mukhopadhyay and Wouter Roos! January 2019
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Publications

Protruding Features of Viral Capsids Are Clustered on Icosahedral Great Circles
Protuding Features at PLOS1
Here we show that all spherical viruses use a common set of 21 sites within the Asymmetric Unit, which could have major implications on virus design and evolution.

David

David Wilson

Me

Biophysicist, father.

Email me dwilson@kzoo.edu

Tweet me @DrDaveWilson

Group

Research Group! 2018/2019

Fomer Students:
Archie

Archie Bhullar

Senior Physics and Math

Working on Maturation of HK97

Skylar

Skylar Rizzolo

Senior Physics and Computer Science

Normal modes of viral capsids

Gil

Gil Gonzalez

Senior Chemistry and Biology

Modifications to CPMV