Phillida Charley

Graduate Assistant Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences

About Phillida

Phillida is a Ph.D. candidate in the Microbiology Program. She is interested in understanding how RNA viruses interface with the host RNA decay machinery. In particular, Phillida is investigating how members of Bunyaviridae and Arenaviridae family interact with host exoribonuclease, XRN1, a major RNA decay enzyme. In the future, this research could lead to novel anti-viral therapeutics.

Education

B.S., Fort Lewis College, Durango, 2012

Publications

Charley PA, Wilusz J. (2016) Standing your ground to exoribonucleases: Function of Flavivirus long non-coding RNAs. Virus Res.212:70-7. Charley PA, Wilusz J. (2014) Sponging of cellular proteins by viral RNAs. Curr Opin Virol. 9:14-8.

                

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